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$7m Elmina Fish Processing Plant opens

Government has inaugurated the Elmina Processing Plant in Elmina in the Central region. The US$7.48m project, according to the minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development,...

Tamale: Traders to hit street over decongestion exercise

About 200 traders in the Tamale Metropolis are threatening to hit the street today, Wednesday in protest of the decongestion exercise there. On May 15, 2017...

Yaa Pono beef was planned – Shatta Wale reveals

Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale has disclosed that he enjoys beefing with fellow industry players. The ‘Chop Kiss’ hitmaker who was the subject of recent...

Shatta begs Chartehouse for VGMA reinstatement

Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale has pleaded with Charterhouse Ghana Limited, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) to forgive him for his...

‘Leave Saudi now or you’re on your own’

The Ghanaian Embassy in Saudi Arabia has warned all Ghanaians staying there illegally to take advantage of an amnesty offered by the Arabian Kingdom...

‘Don’t travel to Saudi if you’re unskilled’: Govt

The Ghana Embassy in Saudi Arabia has warned Ghanaians to desist from travelling to the Arabian kingdom to work as unskilled labour.There have been...

We’re unfazed by picketing – Tina Mensah

The Ministry of Health has said that fulfilling the demands of health professionals who picket does not put them in a subservient position.The Deputy...

Ford names James Hackett CEO as challenges mount

Ford Motor Co (F.N) on Monday named James Hackett, who heads its unit developing self-driving cars, as chief executive officer, responding to investors’ growing...

uniBank donates Toyota Hilux, Ghc100k to NADMO

uniBank has donated a Toyota Hilux pickup vehicle, roofing sheets and GHC100,000 to the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO). The third largest bank in Ghana,...

Fan Milk launches new yoghurt FanMaxx

Fan Milk Ghana has launched FanMaxx, a new, creamy drinkable yoghurt – the first to be produced in West Africa. The launch took place at...