Thursday, July 2, 2020

TV License collection OFF! Know how much you are paying

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The Ghana Broadcasting Corportion has resumed the collection of TV licence fee which has been suspended for several years. This follows a Re-launch Ceremony...

Ghana’s fishing failure

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The government has been unable to stop foreign trawlers from pillaging or local fishermen from using unsustainable methods to increase their catch, despite EU...

107 to benefit from GH₵2.6m YES cash

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The Youth Enterprise Support (YES) would Wednesday roll out its first funding scheme worth GH₵2,675,000.00 to young entrepreneurs determined to engage in crafts of their...

Mauritius to open an office in Ghana to boost investment drive

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The board of the Mauritius investment is set to open an office in Ghana to facilitate all investment project the island country hopes to...

Court clears GBC to collect TV license fee

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An Accra Fast Track High Court on Monday clothed the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation with power to collect TV Licence fees from owners of TV...

Dumsor to improve as TICO adds 110 megawatts

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The current erratic power supply is expected to see a marked improvement following the completion of more than $360m expansion and maintenance works at...

Nkrumah Circle flyovers to accomodate BRT system traffic

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President John Mahama has said that the two new flyovers at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle will accommodate part of the traffic expected ahead of the...

uniCredit Ghana Limited launches consumer asset finance product “EazzLife”

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Leading non-bank financial institution, uniCredit Ghana Limited, has launched a new asset finance scheme dedicated to its growing clientele base. Known as EazzLife, and launched in...

Nkrumah Circle interchange will ease traffic – Mahama

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President John Mahama has said the two opened flyovers at Nkrumah Circle are expected to facilitate easy transportation for commuters in Accra. He noted that...

Two persons busted for diverting cocoa into private warehouse

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Two persons have been arrested for allegedly diverting some 296 bags of cocoa beans into a private warehouse in the Western region. The two suspects, Paa Kwesi...