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Illegal Smuggling of Oil Booms in Ghana

Accra, Ghana, June 18, 2018//-Fuel smuggling has been described as the most lucrative illegal trade in Ghana. Despite the dangerous nature of the business many people continue to engage in it for quick and easy wealth.

Ghana: Judge Seizes Phones of Journalists in Court

Phones of journalists covering the case involving the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Obengfo Hospital were seized on the orders of magistrate Efua Sackey. According to her, journalists cannot report from the court as of right. As a result, she ordered the court warrant officer (CWO) to seize all the phones of the journalists present […]

Shake Up at AirtelTigo: Roshi Motman Out, Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi In

Accra – June 19, 2018 -AirtelTigo announced today that its CEO Roshi Motman has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities.  She will be replaced by Mitwa Kaemba Ng’ambi.

Why Technology Is Not a Bubble

June 19, 2018//-For a look at just how much technology dominates global markets, consider this: the market capitalization of the largest technology companies globally is now comparable to the annual GDP of Europe’s largest economies.

ENGIE Champions decentralised Energy at Africa Energy Forum  

Mauritius, 19 June 2018 – Global utility ENGIE is confirming its focus on off-grid energy provision in Africa, with plans to continue expanding their solar home system (SHS) and mini-grid activities.

Dangote Refinery to Address Nigeria’s Crude Oil Refining Challenges

June 19, 2018//-The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) on Monday said that Dangote Refinery, Petrochemical and Fertiliser project would solve the country’s crude oil refining and exporting challenges, when completed.

Malawi’s Ex-president Joyce Banda Eyeing Next Year Election

June 19, 2018//-Malawi’s ex-president Joyce Banda, who recently returned home after four years of self-imposed exile, on Monday said she was ready to run in next year’s presidential elections if nominated by her party.

EAC-SA Standoff Over Car Tax Delays Free Trade Area Take Off

June 19, 2018//-Member countries of the Tripartite Free Trade Area will have to wait a little longer to benefit from the deal, following a dispute over motor vehicle levies.

Rainfall: Accra submerged, Many Trapped in Homes

June 19, 2018//-Several distress calls reaching 3news.com point to the fact that a number of areas in Ghana’s capital, Accra have been flooded, with properties going under water following hours of torrential rains.

ECOWAS Assures of Meeting the 2020 Single Currency Deadline

Accra, Ghana, June 18, 2018//-The Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) says it is working assiduously to ensure its new deadline of 2020 for the introduction of single currency is met.

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