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Mines Chamber commends Golden Star over safety record

The Ghana Chamber of Mines, the umbrella body that speaks for mining companies in the country has commended Golden Star Resources Limited for operating 9.1 million man-hours without a “Lost Time Injury” (LTI) at its Bogoso mine. The major milestone was achieved as at Thursday September 7, 2017, which also …

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Ghana: Rubber out-growers call for fair trade practices

A section of the Rubber Out growers and Agents Association (ROAA) in the Western Region continue to express dissatisfaction in the trade relations between the Association and the management of the Ghana Rubber Estate Limited. The ROAA said since the GREL is the only company buying their produce many “unfair …

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Orange rolls out mobile tax payment platform

Orange Liberia has entered into a new partnership with the Liberian Revenue Authority (LRA) for the roll out of a mobile tax payment platform. The new service, according to a statement from Orange Liberia, provides an easy, affordable and convenient way for hundreds of thousands of Liberian individuals and businesses …

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Ghana: MTN launches iFest 2017

MTN has launched the 7th edition of its annual Internet Festival dubbed iFest in Accra. iFest highlights the enormous benefits the internet provides to consumers and businesses. This year’s celebration which is on the theme, “Living a Connected life”, seeks to promote the use of the internet through data clinics …

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Moves to increase Africa’s share of world trade from 3% to 6%

Stakeholders in various African Countries across the continent are speeding up negotiations for the implementation of the Continental Free Trade Area, CFTA in 2018. If implemented, the regime will increase Africa’s share of world trade from the current 3 percent to 6 percent. It will also ensure free trade among …

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We’re ready for mergers, acquisitions among banks — BoG

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) says it expects that all commercial banks will be able to meet the new minimum capital requirement of GH¢400 million by the December 2018 deadline. However, the central bank said it was ready to have discussions with the banks if they decided to engage in …

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