The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has introduced a new billing and payment system with effect from June 1, management has announced.
Trade and Industry Minister, Dr. Ekow Spio-Garbrah, has allayed fears that the Komenda Sugar factory will not last due to its closeness to the sea, as argued by the minority in Parliament.
The Mayor of Tamale, Hannan Gundado, has commissioned and handed over a market in the Northern Region to the Kakpayilli community.
Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) are the worst hit by the continuous increase in prices of petroleum products in the country.
The Ghana Atomic Energy Agency says the country is making headway in its nuclear power programme to help address the power generation deficit.
The resuscitated Komenda Sugar Factory will be shut down after six months in operation, Central Region Minister Kweku Ricketts-Hagan has confirmed.
The Russian Federation is rapidly expanding partnership with African countries on nuclear energy programmes, as demand for electricity grows in emerging economies.
Prices of petroleum products are to go up by three percent at the pump from Wednesday, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana has hinted.
Parliament has been urged to pass the Plant Breeders Bill to protect intellectual property for food security.
The World Nuclear Association has developed its own vision for the future of electricity dubbed “Harmony” to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy.
A U.S based company, American Tank and Vessel (AT&V) has swindled the Ghana Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST) to the tune of US$109 million.
The Executive Director of Ecobank Ghana, George Mensah-Asante, has underscored the need for all telecommunication companies in the country to collaborate with banks and financial Institutions in developing innovative technology-based products and services to leverage marketing of goods and services so as to make Ghana’s dream of cashless society a reality.