The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
The National Insurance Commission (NIC), through the Ghana Insurance College (GIC), is in the process of training 10,000 youth as Insurance Sales Agents as an agendum for job creation to ultimately lead to an increase in the insurance penetration rate currently under two per cent.
The Parliamentary Select Committee on Mines and Energy has advised the government to ensure that the mandate of the proposed Ghana Iron and Steel Development Corporation does not conflict with that of the Minerals Commission as provided under Article 269 (1) of the 1992 Constitution.
AirtelTiGo, is to invest one per cent of its proceeds from airtime recharge by its customers in the Ashanti, Bono and Ahafo regions into development educational facilities and to enhance public schools in disadvantaged communities in the regions.
Alfred Ritter GmbH and Co. KG (Ritter Sport) and Cocoa Abrabopa Association (CAA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a long-term partnership for the contribution of sustainable cocoa production in Ghana.
Norwegian oil giant, Aker Energy, has provided a total of $4.5 million to help the government to build the competencies of about 1000 Ghanaians in various competencies in the oil and gas value chain in the country.
Visitors to the Ghana Pavilion at the ongoing 50th Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, have described the concept of bringing all Ghanaian companies under one roof at the conference as unique, because it provides easy access to information.
A local estate development firm, Modello Properties Limited, has begun a partnership with an investment company based in the United States of America (USA), Dagbo Limited Incorporated, to construct some 20,000 housing units across the country.
Accra Technical University (ATU) Alumni Association will tomorrow hold a public lecture on the need to bridge the gap between industry and technical universities for economic transformation, at the school’s old auditorium.
The Bank of Ghana has explained that the GH¢2 and GH¢5 notes are not part of the upgraded currencies introduced into circulation on Monday, May 6, 2019 because they are "standalone commemorative banknotes".