Last Updated: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 11:13:32 PM 

South African Airways seeks extra $400m bail-out from state

South African Airways (SAA) is in discussions with the Treasury on a cash injection of about R5bn, which the company needs to cover historic...

Pesewa Global to put 100,000 small businesses online

Pesewa Global Company Limited, an African markets-focused incubator has announced plans to invest GHC10 million worth of human, technological and capital resources over a...

Campaign to encourage egg consumption launched in Accra

A national campaign to help raise awareness on the health benefits of eggs, has been launched in Accra. The overall purpose of the campaign is...

Satellite TV penetration in Ghana peaks by 83% – SES

Satellite television has grown rapidly and has become the leading delivery mode in Ghana, a Satellite Monitor study report commissioned by SES has revealed. SES,...

Poultry farmers still ‘frustrated’ despite reduction in imported chicken

Despite the Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s policy to reduce the importation of chicken to save the struggling local poultry industry, farmers say challenges...

IMF to release $236m to Ghana in May

The IMF should be releasing about two hundred and thirty-six million dollars ($236,000,000) to Ghana under the agreement with the Fund, by the first...

GPS Co-operative credit union holds 6th AGM

The Ghana Prisons Chapter of the Co-operative Credit Union Association has held its 6th annual general meeting to review the past performance of the...

Pork business picks up in Kumasi

For many years Dakwodwom, a suburb of Kumasi, used to be the only hub for pork-selling business in the Metropolis. Forty-year-old Maame Yaa's pork shed...

Meralco to take over ECG

The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) has announced the selection of Meralco Consortium as the 'Preferred Bidder' to manage the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG). “Yes,...

Ethical cocoa schemes no panacea for struggling farmers

Global chocolate makers are buying more cocoa sourced through schemes aimed at stamping out poverty as they rush to make their supply chains more...