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Reroy Cables congratulates certified Electrical Wiring Professionals

Reroy Cables Limited, an indigenous cables manufacturing giant has congratulated all Electrical Wiring Professionals, who have been duly certified by the energy commission.

In line with the Ghana Electrical Wiring Regulations 2011, (L.I. 2008) passed into law by Parliament in 2012, the energy commission, as one of the responses to the spate of electrical fires that had occurred in the country, seeks to regulate and ensure that only properly qualified and certified professionals engage in electrical wiring and installation works.

Since the introduction of the professional course, the energy commission has certified 6,000 wiring professionals in three main areas thus Commercial, Domestic and Industrial wiring.

A statement from Reroy cables assures all electricians across the country about its willingness to help enforce the Electrical Wiring Regulations.

According to the statement, Reroy cables through the collaboration of its subsidiaries is well placed to ensure all electricians who …
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THE FOURTH AND LAST

EXACTLY 36 years ago today, Ghana Black Stars won its fourth and last AFCON in Tripoli Libya.

Few months to this tournament, the then Hillah Liman government had that ordered that Ghana would not take part in the AFCON because it was being hosted in Libya.

At the time, Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi was locked in conflict with the United States and Libyan's government had aligned with the US to boycott all relations with Libya.

On December 31, 1981, Jerry Rawlings-led PNDC staged a coup d’├ętat. That was two months to the AFCON and the Black Stars players were at home without any training.

There had just been a revolution and the country was in a complete quagmire lacking basic products. Ghana was still reeling without money for relevant administratve expenses not to talk of football.

 But then sports minister Zaya Yeebo reveals that, Gaddafi upon hearing the toppling of Liman's government sent a high powered delegation to Accra. After a meeting with Rawlings and his key men, J…

NCR backs White Paper on rural coverage in Africa

The Network of Communications Reporters (NCR), has barked a white paper issued by the African Telecommunications Union (ATU) and Huawei, global telecoms giant, calling on telecom companies to co-share their infrastructure in rural parts of Africa to reduce the operational cost.

According to the NCR, the call comes in handy particularly at a time when the telecom companies are refusing to expand rapidly to those areas because of issues of cost and profitability.

In a release signed by the Dean of the NCR, Mr Charles Benoni Okine, the network was of the view that rural telephony penetration was still low in the rural areas, a phenomenon which is denying the people the opportunity to improve their economic wellbeing.

Particularly at a time when the government is keen on rolling out its One District One Factory initiative more rigorously, there is the need for telephony expansion to cover all parts of the country to accelerate development.

Issues of cost should not be entertained because…

Meet Ghanaian female shoemaker

The Saint Ozwald shoe brand

By: Fred Yaw SARPONG
The Daily Express

From her humble beginning in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo region, a senior high female graduate from the Twene Amanfo Senior high in the Brong Ahafo Sunyani and a Ghanaian now boasts of being one of the most popular Made-in-Ghana shoe brands and has the most number of celebrity endorsements.
Sandra Ozwald, CEO of Saint Ozwald

After Sandrah Ozwald completed school in 2013, her parent couldn't have enough money to help her continue school so she planned to do something for herself by selling ice cream, groundnut cakes or food. Back at the senior high, Sandra used to make groundnut cakes, condensed toffees and ice cream to support herself since her mother couldn't provide all for her.

With 12 siblings and the only girl child (2nd born) among them, and whiles planning which of these to sell, Sandra attended a friend’s wedding and the grooms shoe looked so attractive to her.

According to her, the groom’s shoes were Ma…

MTN selects customers to watch Black Panther movie

MTN Ghana, the largest telecommunication service provider in the country, is treating its customers to another exclusive cinema experience at the Silverbird cinemas in Accra on Thursday February 15th, 2018.

For the very first time, some selected subscribers of MTN will have the privilege to attend the prescreening of the much-anticipated block buster movie, ‘Black Panther’.

About the movie

‘Black Panther’ is cased in a fictional African Town called Wakanda, whose people are most unassuming but highly tech-savvy.

The movie was produced in Marvel studio’s second installment of the movie Avengers. T’Challa played by Chadwick Boseman, is the son of the dead king who returns home to take up the responsibility of kingship. But his ascension to the throne is threatened by two enemies who collaborate to destroy the kingdom.

In order to avert a world war, T’Challa has to become the Black Panther, and team up with CIA agent Everett Ross and members of the Dora Milaje-Wakanda's all-female s…

Binatone Skate Soccer Challenge Cup this week

International Federation of Skate Soccer (IFSS) an NGO committed to the development of the physically challenged members of our society (particularly polio victims) in collaboration with Binatone is organizing a local friendly tournament among four local teams namely; Western Tigers, Zongo Lions, Accra Giants and Ashanti Warriors.

IFSS together with Binatone have organized three International matches of which two were held here in Ghana and the third in Nigeria. The first was between Ghana and Nigeria which Ghana won by a close shave 3-2. Ghana verses Togo was the second which Ghana lifted the trophy.

The third was a return match between Nigeria and Ghana. This match really showed the other side of the Nigerian Team as they beat Ghana 8-1 to win.

On the local front, one match has been organized between the Accra Giants and Ashanti Warriors. The Ashanti warriors won after 90 minutes of great talent display on the pitch.

These games have shown to the world the potential of the players …

QNET to have agents in Ghana

By: Fred Yaw SARPONG

QNET, a global e-commerce, direct selling company is to recruit agents in Ghana within the shortest possible to help spread it products across the country.

According to the management of the QNET, they opted to operate in Ghana because the country’s economy has the potential of growing to a well developed country.

Mr. David Sharma, the Advisor to QNET told the Daily Express in an interview that their presence in Ghana is to equip Ghanaians especially the youth to be part of their operations.

“We will engage the youth as our agents and as a result of that they will earn something for themselves,” he added.

He explained further that e-commerce has a huge potential of the youth which falls within the ages of 19 and 35 years. He indicated that bringing on board the youth is one of the best ways of making e-commerce sustainable.

“It is our plan that by end of the first quarter, we should have engaged some agents to start selling our products,” he noted.

Mr. Sharma sta…