TELESOL, a telecommunications software distributor in the
country, has introduced strong anti-virus software into the Ghanaian market to
help provide adequate security protection against all evolving computer
Ghana Association of Bankers (GAB) has stated that any push for further
increase in the minimum capital requirement for existing commercial
banks can spell the doom of local banks in the country, as they are
likely to be taken over by the foreign banks.
Fund Manager of the Business Advocacy Challenge Fund (BUSAC), Dr Dale
Rachmeler, has ended his over six years stay in Ghana working to
contribute to the creation of a more enabling business environment for
the growth and development of the private sector.
Aluworks Limited located in Tema made huge savings when a team of maintenance and engineering personnel from the Volta Aluminium Company Limited (VALCO) helped to repair and re-install a 550 kilowatt motor which runs the company’s ‘Cold Rolling Mill’.
The Senior Vice President in charge of Exploration at Anadarko, Mr Frank Patterson, has described Ghana’s petroleum system as one of the best in the world following its adoption of best practices in the management of its oil resource.
Some staff of the Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Ghana on Wednesday skipped work to share their job experiences and party with members of the Ghana Society for the Socially Disadvantaged (GSSD) at Kaneshie in Accra.
The Energy Ministry says the load shedding exercise during off-peak periods going on in the country will be over on Monday, November 5, 2012.
What it means is that, users of electricity would no longer have to endure power outages during day time.
This was disclosed by the Energy Ministry at a media briefing in Accra on Friday.
The country had suffered months of erratic power supply following the destruction of parts of the West Africa Gas Pipeline which meant gas could no longer be supplied to some thermal plants to generate electricity.
President John Mahama, has disagreed with concerns from some policy think-tanks and economists that the Dutch Disease, an economic ailment associated with oil production, had crept into the economy and was manifesting in the slowdown in growth in the agricultural sector.
In line with its promise to cushion clients for life, GLICO LIFE has paid out a death claim amounting to US$177,106.13 to Ghana Home Loans (GHL). The claim was as a result of one of their mutual clients, who took a mortgage protection policy from GLICO LIFE, dying within the first year of the insurance policy.
The General Manager of the Coconut Regency Hotel in Accra, Mr Ralph Ayitey, has asked the government to adopt and implement policies that will lessen the operational challenges facing businesses in the hospital sector.
The Managing Director of Graphic
Communications Group Limited (GCGL), Mr Kenneth Ashigbey has sent a message out
to all stakeholders that the commissioning of the company’s new press, should
bring to an end, the era of Ghana sending books and other commercial printing
He said the company’s 10million euro press has the
capacity to print all the newspapers in Ghana and this will constitute the
utilization of about 40 per cent of the capacity of the new facility.
The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) says it is disappointing
to note that apart from the Presidential Candidate of the Progressive People’s
Party (PPP), none of the seven candidates vying for the seat of the presidency
has mentioned the need to develop tourism and its allied services as a tool for
job creation and revenue generation for the state.