Pambros, the Ghanaian “white gold” mine

Pambros, the Ghanaian “white gold” mine

In the heart of Accra – the south western part, there exists a mine for ‘white gold’. “White gold”? You may wonder what that is; to be as important as gold. Salt! This whitish substance refined or not is a very essential commodity which is always in demand for various...
Ghana’s agriculture sector shows impressive growth

Ghana’s agriculture sector shows impressive growth

For the first time since 2014, the agriculture sector has overtaken the two other sectors – industry and services – in growth, signaling that the ailing sector is now showing some recovery. Data released by the Ghana Statistical Services (GSS) have shown that the...
Ghana to set up a National Development Bank

Ghana to set up a National Development Bank

The Ghanaian government, funded by the World Bank with US$250million and with more expected from other donors, is about to establish a new state bank known as the National Development Bank (NDB). The National Development Bank is expected to be an independent...
Ghana slips to 118 in Doing Business Ranking

Ghana slips to 118 in Doing Business Ranking

Ghana has moved four steps backwards in last year’s overall Doing Business ranking to 118 out of 190 economies accessed, the World Bank Doing Business Ranking report has shown. Overall, Ghana scored 60 marks, same score as last year in the Doing Business Report. The...