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Delta Air Lines, JA Ghana Host 2024 Innovation Camp

Delta Air Lines, in partnership with Junior Achievement (JA) Ghana, successfully held the 3rd edition of the Delta Innovation Camp in Accra on July 5th, 2024. The event saw over 50 talented university students from across the country converge at the Academic City University College to tackle real-world business challenges …

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SSNIT Finally Terminates Sale Of 60% Stake In 4 Hotels

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has announced its discontinuation of the sale of the 60% shares in the four hotels. This comes after several labour unions announced their decision to embark on a nationwide strike following approval by the National Pensions and Regulatory Authority (NPRA) for SSNIT …

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Teacher Unions, JUSAG And 5 Govt Agencies To Strike On Monday

Seven government agencies have declared their intention to join the impending strike action by Organised Labour in protest of the proposed sale of 60% of Social Security and National Insurance Trust’s (SSNIT) shares in some four hotels. This decision follows Organised Labour’s announcement of a nationwide industrial strike set to …

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Photos: Jamestown Fishing Harbour Project Completed

The Jamestown Fishing Harbour Project has been successfully completed and is awaiting formal handing over to the government. The project, which includes dredging about 100,000 cubic metres of Harbour Basin, construction of hydraulic structures about 1,251 meters, and the construction area of management (office buildings, trading markets, cold storage, processing …

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Ghana Medical Association Announces Total Withdrawal Of Services Effective July 22

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has announced a roadmap to withdraw its services from the various health facilities across the country. This is in light of Organised Labor’s statewide strike declaration. Organized Labour has announced a decision to embark on an industrial strike effective Monday, July 15, to protest the …

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ECG Announces Emergency Maintenance On Prepayment Server

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has announced that it will carry out emergency maintenance on the Nuri Kamstrup Prepayment Server. This is scheduled to begin on Friday, 12th July at 11:00 pm and will continue until Sunday, 14th July at 11:00 pm. The ECG in a short statement advises …

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GPMA Call Off Protest Over 5% Excise Tax

The Ghana Plastic Manufacturers’ Association (GPMA) has called off its planned demonstration and production shutdown in response to the government’s proposal to impose a 5% excise tax on locally manufactured plastics. In a press statement issued on Monday, July 8, the plastic manufacturers said they have suspended the protest action …

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Prices Of Gari Go Up Due To Cassava Shortage

The gari market in Koforidua is grappling with a severe cassava shortage, causing prices to soar sharply. This development has sent shockwaves through the industry, leaving gari traders struggling to stay afloat. According to a market survey by the Ghana News Agency in the second quarter of 2024, the scarcity …

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No Decision Yet On Transport Fare Hike – GPRTU

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has clarified that it has not taken any decisions regarding a potential increase in transport fares. This announcement is to quell recent rumours and speculation suggesting that the union would be increasing transport fares. According to the union, despite the recent surge in …

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