Technology giant Samsung dominated Ghana Energy Commission’s recently-released list of energy efficient refrigerators and freezers on the Ghanaian market.
Ivory Coast argued in an international tribunal on Sunday that allowing Ghana to continue oil exploration in a disputed offshore area pending a ruling on their border line would do irreparable damage to its economy and energy policy.
Deeper investigations into circumstances leading to a fire outbreak at the Oduom Bebre warehouse of the Ashanti Region branch of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) in January are set to be conducted by the National Security Secretariat, the Power Minister has said.
Pressure group Alliance for Accountable Government (AFAG) has called on civil society organisations, political parties and trade unions, among others, to kick against the new tariffs announced by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC).
Telecommunication firm Tigo has described as “false”, “malicious” and “irresponsible” allegations that it under-declared its revenue to prevent Subah Info Solutions from monitoring revenues on behalf of the National Communications Authority.
Minister of Transport Dzifa Ativor appeared stranded on the floor of Parliament Thursday when some members of Parliament demanded a breakdown of the $29 million allocated for the rehabilitation project of the Kumasi Airport.
The Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOGSAG) has launched its own fund, CLOGSAG Fund, to, among others, supplement monthly salaries of members.
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has admitted an error in the transmission of data on the 2009 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) onto its website.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission, PURC, has in its quarterly Automatic Adjustment Formula adjusted utility tariffs by increasing electricity tariff by 2.6%.
The African Development Bank, AFDB, whose mission is to promote sustainable economic growth and reduce poverty in Africa, has denied a report that says Ghana is on the list of countries who are being sanctioned by the group for non-payment of its loans.
The Chief Executive of Stanbic Bank Ghana, Alhassan Andani, has said for Africa to develop, a good effort has to be made to identify people who are prepared to step forward and build viable enterprises to create the much needed jobs.