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1D1F: Pineapple juice from Ekumfi factory now on sale

1D1F: Pineapple juice from Ekumfi factory now on sale

Pineapple Juice from the Ekumfi Juice Factory under One District One factory is now on sale. The nicely packaged pineapple 'Eku Juice' can be compared to those imported into the country. This juice is not from concentrates as the others are. The Food and Agric Minister, Dr. Afriyie Akoto, made the announcement

Stop measuring your success by Mahama’s weak legacy – Prof Bokpin to Akufo-Addo

r, Ken Ofori-Atta, presented the Akufo-Addo-led government’s budget statement and economic policy for 2020 Wednesday to the legislature. At the colourful event which had in attendance the Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, the Finance Minister increased 2020 revenue target to GHS67.1 billion, a projection that many experts are sure to describe as ambitious since

Banking cleanup: Go beyond talk; pay customers – Mahama to gov’t

The flagbearer of NDC has urged the government to speed up the process leading to the refund of monies belonging to persons whose funds have been locked up following a recent financial sector cleanup, has reported. Speaking during an interaction with the leadership of the Coalition of Affected Savings and

Akufo-Addo awards 3,000 startups with GHC30m capital

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has awarded a GHC30 million funding package to a total of 3000 entrepreneurs selected from across the 16 regions of Ghana to help scale-up their businesses. The beneficiaries were selected from among 19,000 young entrepreneurs who have received training to build their capacity in the second

Licence revocation: We are disappointed SEC failed to assist us – Dr Nduom

Group Nduom, majority shareholders of Blackshield Capital Management (formerly Gold Coast Fund Management) has expressed disappointment at the revocation of the company’s licence. Hours after the Securities and Exchange Commission announced the revocation, Dr Paa Kwasi Nduom, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Group Nduom said his company’s request for help and announced plans to

Menzgold requests proof of claims to begin paying customers

Troubled gold dealership, Menzgold, will from next week begin verifying documents from customers as part of an elaborate process to settle their locked-up funds. According to a statement from the firm, the validation of documentations regarding claims of the customers will start on October 28 from 9 am to 4 pm each day. The validation process ends

ECG terminates PDS contract; assumes full control


The Electricity Company of Ghana has announced it has taken full control of power distribution as it terminates its contract with Power Distribution Services (PDS). Consequently, all activities which were hitherto undertaken by PDS have reverted to ECG. In a statement announcing the takeover, ECG said all stakeholders and customers should, therefore,

BoG Governor to chair Bretton Woods Institutions’ Board of Governors

Governor of the Bank of Ghana Dr Ernest Yedu Addison

Governor of the Bank of Ghana Dr Ernest Yedu Addison has been selected to represent Ghana to Chair Board of Governors of the Bretton Woods Institutions in 2020. At the 2019 Annual Meetings Plenary of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group held on Friday, Ghana was selected as

No roaming charges for ECOWAS citizens beginning January 2020

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) citizens travelling within the sub-region will from January 2020 enjoy no roaming charges following the implementation of the ECOWAS Roaming Initiative. The initiative is aimed at creating an enabling environment for the international mobile roaming market to ensure affordable access to roaming services