Category archives for: Manufacturing

Improving Project Bankability Key to Bridging Africa’s Infrastructure Gap

December 14, 2017//-Preparing a pipeline of bankable sustainable infrastructure projects is vital, participants of the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Week heard as it opened on Monday in Swakapomund, Namibia.

Industrialised Economies Achieve Highest Growth In Post-Crisis Period

Manufacturing growth has accelerated, indicating a further strengthening of worldwide economic recovery, according to a report released by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) yesterday.

New African Magazine Announces its 100 Most Influential Africans of 2017

December 8, 2017//-The New African Magazine  has revealed  its 100 Most Influential Africans of 2017. 

CFAO Retail Continues Its Strategic Roll-out in Africa, Opens Centre in Cameroon

Douala, Cameroon, December 5, 2017//: Carrefour Market shopping centre, operated by CFAO Retail, officially opened today in Douala, Cameroon.

Ghana’s Economy Beyond Aid Depends On Entrepreneurial Empowerment

Accra, December 1, 2017//-Mr Anders Samuelsen, the Danish Foreign Minister has said Ghana’s quest to develop its economy beyond aid depended highly on empowering its entrepreneurs to grow and expand their businesses.

Amnesty: Shell Involved in Nigeria Abuses in 1990s

Nigeria, November 28, 2017//-Amnesty International has obtained internal documents pointing to complicity by Royal Dutch Shell in crimes committed by the Nigerian military during the 1990s.

Companies Launch Coalition to Support Ghana’s Sanitation Efforts

Accra, November 24, 2017- Eight major manufacturing companies in Ghana have made significant progress towards a commitment to support Government’s efforts at delivering sustainable plastic waste management solutions through advocacy, public awareness and multi stakeholder collaborations.  

Nigeria: Fake Drugs Return To Streets With A Vengeance

Lagos, Nigeria, November 18, 2017//-Fake drugs are not a recent development. Like anything counterfeit, they are almost as old as real medicine.

Ghana Unveils GHC60.8 Billion Budget Tomorrow

Ghana  is seeking a total of GHC60.8 billion next year to run key projects that would invigorate the country’s growth and pave the way for economic transformation.

Book on Ghana’s Construction Industry Out  

  Accra, November 2, 2017//-A book on how Ghana’s construction and infrastructure sector of the economy can be transformed to adequately support the country’s economic development has been launched today Thursday, 2 November, in Accra.

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