GHANA’S inflation rate has risen to 15,9 percent, reaching a four-year high. The rate rose up from 15,3 percent from July, the highest recorded since January 2010. Officials of the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) attributed the increase to rising prices of housing, water, electricity and other fuels in the non-food component.
The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) has adjudged Moringa as the traditional crop of the month of September, 2014.
By Sri Mulyani Indrawati In June, Kenya set a new African record. At $ 2 billion, the country’s sovereign bond debut was four times oversubscribed. Only one month later, Senegal broke this high. Zambia and Cote d’Ivoire have been similarly successful in what some call an African bond bonanza. Interest rates in traditional markets are […]
Ghana will seek just $1 billion from a Eurobond this year as it heads into talks with the IMF aimed at restoring fiscal balance as part of a larger plan of economic reform, President John Mahama said in an interview.
Some of British Airways’ much-loved Boeing 747s are to receive a cabin refresh including a state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment system.
More than 13,000 Ford employees in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Malawi, Mozambique and Angola will put down tools and dedicate their time to make a difference n their communities.
Global news agency Agence France Presse (AFP) has announced that its English news content will no longer be available via SAPA (South African Press Association) in the new year. Harry Lee-Rudolph, Commercial Manager for AFP southern Africa said “SAPA and AFP has had a long and mutually beneficial relationship and the decision to withdraw our […]
In spite of the nagging cases of judgment debt assailing the nation and the huge tranches of cash being doled out by the State regularly to settle cases arising out of such negligence of politicians and technocrats, the canker goes on unabated, investigations by the African Eye News can reveal. Forestry Commission sources told the African […]