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  • Ghana: Panic as 'Scary' Tremor Hits Accra

    CAJ News

    Panic has gripped Weija and surrounding areas in Accra, Ghana following an earth tremor hit the region on Thursday evening. Read more »

  • Ghana: Stop Atuabo Port - Maritime Dock Workers Warn Mahama

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    The Maritime and Dockworkers Union has rejected a deal which allows a private entity to build and operate a port in the country, and have called on President John Dramani Mahama... Read more »

  • Ghana: Communications Ministry Inaugurates Three Boards [press release]

    Ghana Govt.

    The Ministry of Communications, inaugurated three Boards for three of its agencies in Accra. Read more »

  • Ghana: Stakeholders Meet On Gender Mainstreaming in Oil and Gas Policies [press release]

    Ghana Govt.

    For the oil and gas sector to deliver on development outcomes, gender considerations must receive adequate attention, Mrs Patricia Blankson Akakpo, a gender activist of the Network... Read more »

  • Ghana: MP, Chiefs Host UK Consul

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    The British High Commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency Jon Benjamin, has paid a courtesy call on the Member of Parliament (MP) for Kwesimintsim, Joe Badu Ansah, and some Ahanta... Read more »

  • Ghana: GSS Releases Producer Price Index (PPI) for June 2014 [press release]

    Ghana Govt.

    Between June 2013 and June 2014, the country's year-on-year Producer Price Inflation (PPI) increased by 33.1 per cent, representing an increase in producer price inflation by 0.1... Read more »

  • Uganda: Censors Board Partners With Ghana and Uganda

    Independent

    The National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) has said it is taking practical steps to strengthen bilateral relationships with Ghanaian and Ugandan film authorities. In one of... Read more »

  • Ghana: Where Is PetroSaudi International?

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    "A joint venture agreement between TOR and PetroSaudi is being finalised to revamp the operations of our refinery. This will reduce the huge amount of foreign exchange spent on... Read more »

  • Ghana: U.S.$15 Million Project to Arrest "Dum-So" in Ashanti

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    A $15 million transmission station is being constructed by the government at Anwomaso near Kumasi to ensure reliability and sustained electricity supply in and around Kumasi and... Read more »

  • Ghana: PharmaAfrica Endorses UNIDO as Headline Partner for Summit

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    PharmaAfrica has announced that the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) will be supporting 2nd Africa Pharmaceutical Summit (APS) and Pharmatech Africa (PTA)... Read more »

  • Ghana: UTAG Declares Indefinite Strike

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has added to the woes of the President John Mahama's wobbling government by announcing an indefinite suspension of lectures... Read more »

  • Ghana: Airtel Invests Gh¢ 200 Million in Network Expansion

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    Airtel Ghana is investing an amount of GH¢ 200 million in a nationwide network expansion, as part of plans to offer exceptional data services. Out of the amount, GH¢ 150... Read more »

  • Ghana: Tigo Partners Kaymu to Drive Online Transactions

    CAJ News

    TIGO Ghana, the mobile network operator, and Kaymu, one of Ghana's leading online marketplaces, have entered into a partnership to use Tigo Cash as a mode of payment for all online... Read more »

  • Ghana: Lack of Land Stalls Ghana Airport Expansion

    CAJ News

    LAND encroachers have scuttled plans to expand the local Kumasi airport into an international one, a cabinet official has said. Read more »

  • Ghana: Airtel Ghana Invests U.S.$100 Million in Network Expansion

    CAJ News

    AIRTEL Ghana is investing an amount of $100 million (GHC 200million) in a nationwide network expansion as part of plans to offer exceptional data services. Read more »



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