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Menzgold’s collapse is the story of Ghana’s failure

As a nation, haven’t we failed to create a friendly business climate for private business persons to invest in ventures other than Ponzies? Is it not our collective failure that makes the unemployed and the underpaid find investing in Ponzi businesses credible alternatives to government treasury bill and other legitimate …

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PURC to announce new electricity tariffs in February

Ghanaians may be paying more for electricity after the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) announces new tariffs in February. The Chairman of the PURC Technical Sub-Committee, Ishmael Edjekumhene, said the major tariff review to be implemented by the Utility Service Providers will be announced just in time for it to …

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Huawei confirms termination of contract with Teacher Kwadwo

Technology company, Huawei Mobile, has announced that it has severed its relationship with comedian Teacher Kwadwo. The announcement comes a few days after the comedian took to social media to disclose that he no longer has any contract with Huawei.  The termination of the contract was precipitated by a petition …

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Customer service very poor in Ghana—Report

The survey conducted by the Institute of Customer Service Professionals was carried out across various sectors including Financial, utilities, Telecommunications, Hospitality, Healthcare, Retail malls, Public Institutions and online businesses. It revealed that public Institutions especially utility providers were the worse when it comes to   good customer service delivery while retail …

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1D1F: 57 factories approved for Accra, 14 begin operations

Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, Robert Ahomkah Lindsay, has hinted that as part of government’s One District, One Factory initiative, 57 factories have received approval from investors and will soon commence operations in the Greater Accra Region. More than half of the 57 factories the deputy Minister disclosed are …

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Former UT, Capital Bank staff demand exit package

Former workers of the defunct UT and Capital Banks have made an appeal to the central bank to ensure that their exit package, as agreed between UNICOF and the Receiver (PwC), is paid. The Bank of Ghana revoked the two banks’ licences due to severe impairment of capital on August …

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