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Taxi Drivers to go on strike Monday

Some drivers unions in Accra are planning a sit down strike on Monday following what they claim to be a…

Mahama promises ‘Green Revolution’ to boost agric in next term

  President John Dramani Mahama says his next administration would see the introduction of a “Green Revolution” in Ghana aimed…

Bawumia’s spurious lecture has lies in every line – Veep

Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has promised to take on each line of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s recent lecture and expose…

All set for 2016 Food & Agric fair (FAGRO)

The National Food and Agric Show Secretariat – FAGRO Secretariat – assures all exhibitors, sponsors and patrons of the upcoming…

Regulators of Ghana’s petroleum imports should bow heads in shame – Duncan

Executive Secretary of the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers of Ghana, Amoah Duncan, is asking the regulators of Ghana’s fuel imports…

FAGRO 2016 promises rewarding opportunity for participants

Preparations for this year’s National Food and Agric Show [FAGRO] scheduled September 28 at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra…

Standards Authority justifies importation of toxic fuels into Ghana

The Ghana Standards Authority has mounted a defence of the importation of substandard  diesel fuel into the country, claiming fuels…

Political parties urged to reaffirm commitment to SADA

The Savannah Acceleration Development Authority (SADA) zone’s Coalition of Civil Society Organisations has charged competing political parties in the December…

Vote for candidate who will promote ‘made-in-Ghana’- Musician urges

Made-in-Ghana Campaign Ambassador, Emelia Arthur, who is also a gospel musician has appealed to the electorate to vote for a…

Don’t front for foreign companies — Petroleum Commission warns local businessmen

The Petroleum Commission has warned Ghanaian businessmen against fronting for foreign companies for them to engage in businesses meant for…