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Zambia’s Active Innovators win Delta Airlines’ ‘Social Impact Award’

BY PHILIP ANTOH   JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT (JA) Africa, an NGO into mentoring young entrepreneurs, has announced winners of the Delta Air Lines Social Impact Award at the 2019 Company of the Year (COY) finals. The winners were Active Innovators from Zambia. In attendance at the ceremony were government officials, senior …

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Financial Journalists charged to take financial inclusion seriously

BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI   | Ecobank Ghana has encouraged journalists to consider the issue of financial inclusion very seriously as it is a key for empowering the deprived and less educated sectors of Ghana and also a key developmental issue on the agenda of government. Addressing some Journalists …

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Estate developer sued to cough $450,000 over unlawful demolition

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH | A REAL Estate Company, AD Construction Limited and its Chief Executive officer (CEO), Alex Dautey have been sued at the Land Division of the Accra High Court for unlawfully causing the demolition of a three-bedroom house sold to Theophilus Amesimeku, (plaintiff) for $200,000.00 in 2007. The …

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Shell customers receive special treatment nationwide

BY ROSEMOND BOATENG ADDAI CUSTOMERS OF various Shell service stations in Ghana have been given special treatment by management and staff of Vivo Energy Ghana, the Shell licensee, on its annual Customer Contact Day by way of thanking them for their loyalty throughout the year. This year’s Customer Contact …

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Commercial drivers need regulating agency – MTTD

The Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police service has called on the roads ministry to as a matter of urgency set up a regulatory agency to oversee the activities of commercial drivers and their unions. This they believe will greatly improve the blatant disregard for traffic …

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Be submissive if you want your shops opened – GUTA to Nigerian traders

The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) has asked their Nigerian counterparts at the Nkrumah Circle to be submissive if they want their closed shops opened. “At the end of the day, we may open the shops for them. If we go there this morning and they show remorse we …

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You can’t take the law into your hands – Akufo-Addo tells GUTA

President Akufo-Addo the law is on the side of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) in their standoff with Nigerian traders but it does not mean that they have the right to take the law into their own hands. Addressing the leadership and members of Ghana Union of Traders …

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BoG introduces GHC100, GHC200 notes

The Bank of Ghana has introduced GHC100 and GHC200 notes. This means the current highest note in the country GHC50 will cease to enjoy that relevance. It is unclear when the new notes will be let in circulation. A GHC2 coin has also been introduced. Briefing the media on the …

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Globacom settles GFA with $1m after arbitration

Nigerian telecom firm Globacom has paid the Ghana Football Association (GFA) $1,000,000 after an arbitration of a contractual impasse between the two entities. One hundred thousand of the amount has however been used to settle lawyers who represented the FA in the case, a statement by the GFA said. In …

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You can’t intimidate us – ‘Western Togolanders’ to Baako

Members of the Homeland Study Group Foundation say they will not be intimidated in their desire to break away from Ghana. According to the group, which claims to have curved their own Western Togoland out of Ghana, journalist Kweku Baako Junior and former deputy education Minister, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa are …

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