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Kayaye to receive vocational skills training

Thirty vulnerable girls engaged in head porterage (kayayo) in Accra and Kumasi are to benefit from an integrated vocational and life skills training initiative...

NAFCO CEO woos Ghanaians in diaspora into Agricultural investment

The Chief Executive Officer of the National Food Buffer Stock Company, Mr. Hanan Abdul-Wahab has urged Ghanaians living abroad and desirous of coming home...

GH¢43million saved after clearing the pension’s payroll – SSNIT

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has saved a whooping GH¢43million as of April this year after deleting over 6,300 ghost pensioners...

NGO provides free vocational training youth in Kyebi

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) “Susanna Appiah- Pippim Memorial Training Centre,” has officially opened at Kibi in the Eastern region.

Countries, religious institutions cashing in on marijuana trade, why not Ghana? – Dumelo asks

Over the last five years, lots of countries have revised their laws to decriminalise the usage and trade of marijuana.

Tema-Akosombo rail line workers threaten strike

Ghanaian workers, contracted by an Indian company Afcons Infrastructure Limited to work on the ongoing construction of a Single Standard Gauge Railway...
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Video: Customers storm Zoe Outreach Embassy to demand locked-up investment

There was drama at the Zoe Outreach Embassy when some people stormed the church, briefly disrupted church service to demand...

Growth in non-oil sector to remain high – World Bank

THE WORLD Bank has reported that growth in Ghana’s non-oil sector is expected to remain high at 6.2 percent, as policy interventions...

Ghana tipped to be fastest growing mobile money market in Africa

A World Bank report released over the weekend has tipped Ghana to be the fastest growing mobile money market in Africa.

Fisherfolks back to sea after observing closed season

Economic activities at landing beaches in the country are bouncing back following the resumption of artisanal fishing in the...

Loom is changing lives; not a scam – Group refutes EOCO scam alert

A group, calling itself the Looming National Members, has refuted a statement by the Economic Organised Crime Office (EOCO) which described the...

Ecobank Ghana calls for improved awareness on voluntary blood donation as world marks Blood Donor Day

Ecobank Ghana is urging relevant institutions to improve education and awareness on voluntary blood donation in the country. This call follows a recent research...

Photos: How Tema Port ladies are changing the face of port operations with new uniforms

There is currently a growing level of interest to increase and improve the participation of women in the Ports, Shipping and Maritime...

NPA to pilot cylinder re-circulation model in Obuasi and Kwaebibrem

The National Petroleum Authority(NPA) has said it will soon begin piloting the cylinder recirculation model (CRM) in Obuasi and Kwaebibirem in the Ashanti and...

Glo wows dealers with Dubai holiday trip

Glo Mobile Ghana last week wowed some of its best performing dealers with an all-expense paid holiday trip to Dubai. The dealers...

Vodafone partners Homechow to launch food delivery App

Vodafone Ghana has announced a partnership with food delivery service, Homechow through the launch of the Homechow Food App to enable customers...

Rihanna tops Forbes rich list thanks to Fenty make-up

Although Rihanna hasn't released an album in more than three years - it's clear the work, work, work, work, work she's putting...

All you need to know about Loom Money Ghana

There’s a new ‘quick money scheme’ going viral in Ghana called 'Loom Money'. With Loom Money, all you need to do is...

Golden Empire, Loom unlicensed – SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has cautioned the public against Golden Empire and Loom as the regulator confirms they are unlicensed.

Uber urges passengers to verify drivers before patronising vehicles

Uber Ghana has urged its clients to ensure that they verify the pictures and car numbers of drivers before boarding vehicles.