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Kenya: Governors Warned Against Sacking Staff

Governors on Thursday came under pressure to halt suspension and dismissal of county government workers. The national consultative forum of County Public Service Boards, in a letter to the Council of Governors, claimed they had received numerous reports of intimidation, harassment, suspensions and even dismissals of staff over all manner …

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Search PPI drops to 2% on the back of exchange rate stability

The Producer Price Index (PPI) for July 2017 has dropped to two percent, representing a change of 1.2 percentage points from the 3.2 percent recorded in June. The PPI measures the average change over time in the prices received by domestic producers for the production of their goods and services. …

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Akufo-Addo launches Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Thursday inaugurated the Ghana Astronomy Radio Observatory at Kuntunse in the Greater Accra Region, describing the development as the beginning of a new era in the country’s quest to harness the potential of space science and technology for accelerated national development. The new era, …

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Ghana to Sign a 5yrs Gas Deal With Equatorial Guinea

The government of Ghana is expected to sign a government-to-government Heads of Agreement with Equatorial Guinea for the supply of Liquefied Natural Gas from that country to Ghana, for a period of 5 years. The signing of the agreement is expected to take place during the 3-day official visit to …

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Economic stability will attract investments — Ofori-Atta

Government is convinced that a national fiscal policy that seeks to cap the deficit at 3-5 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will help stabilise the economy and attract investment into the country, the Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, has said. In an interview on the sidelines of …

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Africa Urged to ‘Open Skies’ to Airline Competitors

By Franck Kuwonu Thousands of air travellers face complicated choices when flying between cities across the African continent. Although transiting through Europe when flying between two African cities is for the most part no longer necessary, still, choices remain constrained by sub-optimal travel conditions including long layovers, relatively high fares, …

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Nigeria: EU, Nigeria Collaborate to Upgrade Banned Exports

By Ndubuisi Francis Abuja — The European Union (EU) has begun collaboration with Nigerian authorities to improve the quality of some exports from the country, which had been banned in Europe due to the products’ deficiency in meeting European specifications. The banned export items included beans and some fish products. …

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