Thursday, May 19, 2022

Businesses must be intentional in providing great digital customer experiences – Experts

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As businesses continue to experience a transition towards an all-digital world, with most consumer interactions being executed digitally, organizations must employ intentional approaches to...

AUDIO: Stop wrongful deduction of dues or face legal suit – LGWU tells CLOSSAG

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The local government Service Workers have threatened to sue Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG), should it continue deducting dues from...

Zoomlion/MMDAs to distribute one million free waste bins

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Waste management giant, Zoomlion Ghana Limited, is set to distribute one million (1,000,000) waste bins of various sizes to households and individuals according to...

Every district will have a factory by 2020 – National Coordinator

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The National Coordinator of the One-District-One Factory policy initiative, Hon. Gifty Ohene Konadu, has assured Ghanaians that every district will have its own factory...

Import bill on sugar to drop more than 60%

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The coming on stream of the 380,000 metric tonne sugar factory at Komenda in the Western Region will reduce Ghana's import bill on Sugar...

BoG ‘killed’ Heritage Bank but 99%-one-man-owned bank still exists – Adongo

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The Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Mr Isaac Adongo, has alleged that one shareholder in a local bank in Ghana owns 99 per...

ECG workers return with another two-day strike effective today

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The Public Utility Workers Union (PUWU) has directed workers of the Electricity Company of Ghana to withdraw services in a two-day sit down strike...

BREAKING: Fitch upgrades Ghana’s outlook to stable…says gov’t making progress

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Fitch ratings agency has on Friday upgraded Ghana's outlook to Stable. The development comes two hours ago. Fitch says Ghana is making progress in stabilizing the...

57 OMCs fined for cheating

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Fifty-seven oil marketing companies (OMCs) have been sanctioned by the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) for engaging in various infractions detrimental to the interest of...

AGI welcomes stability in policy rate

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The Association of Ghana Industries has welcomed the Bank of Ghana's decision to maintain the policy rate at 26% for the fifth consecutive time. The...