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Daily Archives: September 7, 2018

Australia’s High Commissioner seconds mining sector roadmap

The government of Ghana erstwhile released a comprehensive roadmap for the lifting of the ban on small-scale mining on a permanent basis. The roadmap which...

Cargill pays GH₵4m to cocoa farmers

Cargill has paid its second sustainable premium payment of Gh₵4 million to farmers since establishing its own direct sourcing model in 2016. These premium payments...

Gov’t will ensure reliable and affordable gas supply – Amewu

Mr. John Peter Amewu, the Energy Minister, on Tuesday, assured domestic and commercial power consumers that government will provide the requisite infrastructure and conducive...

Respect mandate of BoG – Haruna Iddrisu

Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has backed reforms in the banking sector and urged financial institutions to respect the authority and mandate of the central...

Aker Energy-GNPC award scholarships to 150 deprived students

One hundred and fifty academically promising students from low-income backgrounds in the six coastal districts of the Western Region have been awarded scholarships at...

With no accountability, financial sector will see no progress – Kojo Addae-Mensah

Without holding anyone who is culpable of any malfeasance in Ghana’s financial sector to account, the hope that the industry will become world-class will...

Poultry farmers appeal for financial support to expand production

The Ghana National Association of Poultry Farmers (GNAPF) has made a passionate appeal for financial institutions to offer its members special loans that enable...

Parliament to engage BoG over exit package for ex-bankers

Parliament is to engage the Bank of Ghana over payment of severance packages to about 3,000 ex-workers of defunct Capital, UniBank, Sovereign, Construction and...

Lack of female teachers contributes to girls’ drop-out rate in Kpandai

The District Director of Education of the Kpandai district in the Northern Region, Sixtus Adikwo, has stated that the absence of female teachers in...

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