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Over 700 employees of Tigo including the entire leadership team stormed various markets across the country to have a one-on-one interaction with customers and obtain insights about customers changing needs.

Mr James Agalga, Deputy Minister of the Interior, on Wednesday said despite the fact that the Ministry met challenges this year, some significant gains have been made towards improving the security situation in the country.

Government on Wednesday assured junior doctors in the country that their unpaid allowances for about eleven months will be paid to them. Employment Minister, Mr Harruna Iddrisu who spoke with them said work was in progress for 64 of the doctors to be paid on Wednesday July 29, at 1630 hours, whiles the controller worked on permanent ways to address those covering remaining 27 to have their eleven months arrears paid by the end of August. He said this when he briefed the media and the junior doctors after a discussion led by the Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Victor Bampoe.

Dr George Opoku, the Deputy Director of the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), has said that the country is recording huge annual deficits in the export of coffee.

New $35 Million Competition will enable Greater Financial Inclusion for Smallholder Farmers in Africa

South African natural gas company makes clear its intention to contribute to the gas procurement programme in South Africa

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday temporarily shut down two fuel and gas filling stations in the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis of the Western Region. It also revoked the operating permit of another station for breaching environmental, safety and security standards.

The Staff and Management of Societe Generale Ghana, have donated Ghc33,000 to the Ghana Heart Foundation, as part of the bank's Corporate Social Responsibility. Ms Angela Nanansaa Bonsu, Company Secretary at a ceremony in Accra to make the presentation, said half of the amount was contributions from staff, while the rest was a top-up from Management.

Dr Johnson Asiamah, Assistant Director at the Governors Department, Bank of Ghana, (BoG) on Wednesday said the Central Bank was committed to stabilizing the cedi against other major foreign currencies.

The World Bank's Board of Directors today approved a record investment of $700 million in guarantees for Ghana's Sankofa Gas Project - a transformational project that will help address the country's serious energy shortages by developing new sources of clean and affordable natural gas for domestic power generation.
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Tigo staff hit the streets to interact with customers on 'Lion's Day'
Ghana records decline in armed robbery, drug trafficking
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EPA closes two fuel stations in Sekondi/Takoradi
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