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Daily Archives: March 14, 2019

Gov’t Assurance C’ttee chair to hold Ministers, MPs to their word

The newly appointed chairman of parliament’s government assurance committee, Collins Owusu Amankwah has resolved to hold government functionaries including ministers, members of parliament, and...

Meet a would-be-footballer turned mango farmer

Did you know that farming is so lucrative? It is rather unfortunate the mentality many have about farming in Ghana, maybe in part because...

Ghana and Commonwealth celebrate Commonwealth Day

Ghana has celebrated Commonwealth Day with a plethora of significant events across the country. This year’s celebration was held under the theme “A Connected...

Gov’t to set up Entrepreneurship and Innovation Authority

Government has said it intends to create a Ghana Entrepreneurship and Innovation Authority (GEIA) in order to implement the National Entrepreneurship Policy. A draft report...

DVLA to sign MoU with banks over verification of licenses

The Driver, Vehicle and Licencing Authority (DVLA) will soon begin a series of meetings with the country’s banks in a bid to sign memoranda...

The Green Republic convener wins Climate Activist of the Year

The convener for The Green Republic project, Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa, has been adjudged ‘Climate Activist of the Year’ in the just-ended maiden edition of...

Ghana-India Business Summit urge investors to nurture bilateral trade

The Ghana-India Trade Advisory Chamber (GITAC) has ended an investor seminar with a commitment to building and nurturing mature beneficial relationships between the two...

GEXIM Bank to disburse GH₵15m to 10 enterprises under CEP

The Ghana Export-Import Bank (Exim Bank), a lead export finance and development bank, is to disburse about GH₵15million to 10 medium enterprises under the...

How unemployment is ‘stealing’ the youths’ future

After roaming the whole day, Joel Sasu-Yiadom was able to convince just two people to buy a product that he sells for a 10...

Comprehensive irrigation scheme will curb over US$600m rice import bill

The country can reduce more than half of its rice import bill, estimated at about US$600million yearly, if all irrigation schemes are brought to...

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