Telecom: Ghana's Mobile Voice Subscribers Edge up Slightly in March

The number of mobile voice subscribers in Ghana in March rose by 0.41 percent from 31,028,253 in February 2015 to 31,154,420 in March, according to a report from the National Communications Authority. The penetration rate for the month under review was 115.64 percent. MTN Ghana’s subscriber base increased marginally from 14,113,432 at the end of the previous month to end March with 14,207,778, representing a ...

15 Jun 10:27 AM 0 Read More...

Jumia Mobile Week Megathon Launched

Jumia, Ghana’s biggest online retailer, in collaboration with some of Ghana’s top mobile brands has launched the biggest mobile sales event of 2015 in the first week of June. The sales event tagged, the Jumia Mobile Week Megathon will offer consumers the best deals on mobile phones. During the Jumia Mobile Week Megathon, which takes place from June 1 to June 7, 2015, consumers in Ghana will get the best...

02 Jun 2:08 PM 0 Read More...

Participate in the First Ghana Education Debate Online.

The 2015 Future of Ghana pioneers present the online debate. Ghana is a nation on the lips of many across the globe as it comes to light that education statistics from an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report show our nation to be failing in its ability to maintain an average level of maths and science ability for students. Ghana was listed as the worst performing nation. Details ...

27 May 4:23 PM 0 Read More...

YALI Fellowship Conference Reunites Fellows in Accra

Over 150 young leaders from 21 West African countries will gather in Accra, Ghana next week to share their expertise and engage on issues they have defined as critical for the future of Africa. In support of President Barack Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), USAID and IREX are organizing the 1st Annual West Africa Regional Conference for Mandela Washington Fellows in Accra from April 26-28, 2015...

23 Apr 5:50 PM 0 Read More...

mPedigree's Goldkeys To Fight Counterfeiting in Textile Industry

Ghana's fashion and textile sector has long been decimated by an influx of fakes and pirated copies of materials from China. These Chinese textiles are not durable, compared to the Made-in-Ghana ones which sells far below the Ghanaian textiles. According to reports, most retailers of local textile companies in Ghana such as Akosombo Textile Limited (ATL), Ghana Textile Prints (GTP) and Printex Ghana are sai...

03 Mar 12:59 PM 2 Read More...
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