Monthly Archives: November 2020

Consolidated Bank to support growth of SMEs

As part of its commitment to support Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) is set to engage SMEs with its maiden programme dubbed: “CBG SME Adesua (Learning) Series”.                 The virtual event is aimed at empowering SMEs through insightful activities that would enable

Ghana must seek to lead the continental free trade competition

Mr Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Trade and Industry, has said the nation must position its business community to make the most out of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement.                 He said Ghana was the eighth largest importer on the Continent, and also hosted

Ministry of Energy engages communities in Jomoro on Ghana Petroleum Hub Project

Plans are far advanced for the establishment of the Ghana National Petroleum Hub project in the Jomoro Municipality.                 The project, which requires land acreage of 20,000 is expected to provide 780,000 jobs to people in the catchment areas of Kabenla Suazo and the entire country.   Phase

Three UDS students win GH¢45,000,00 business support fund

– Three students of the University for Development Studies (UDS) have each received GH¢15,000.00 to implement their business ideas to help create jobs to reduce dependence on government for employment.                 The three students, Miss Mariam Sulemana, Ms Christiana Opoku and Master Abdul-Hakim Zakaria, presented innovative business ideas

NGOs to engage religious leaders to reduce unemployment

– The Network of Associations of Registered Non-governmental organisations (NARNGO), said it will engage religious leaders and interest groups to help create business ventures to reduce unemployment in the country.                 The Association said religious bodies constituted key institutions that could help realise the developmental aspirations of government.