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VW plans to set up automotive assembly plant in Ghana

Global automobile manufacturing giant Volkswagen has announced plans to set up an automotive assembly plant in Ghana.

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Gov’t set to construct Agbogbloshie e-waste recycling plant

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has revealed that the construction of an integrated e-waste recycling facility, at Agbogbloshie, a suburb of Accra, will commence in October this year.

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Free Mobile Phones For Farmers.

New mobile phones with a special application that can help to detect cocoa diseases and also suggest an instant medication for them have been distributed freely to 200 cocoa farmers in the country.

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Vodafone Launches National Coding Programme

Vodafone Ghana, in partnership with the Ministry of Communications, over the weekend launched the National Coding Programme at the Accra Digital Centre.

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A/R: Ursula opens RTP, ICT centre at Amantia

Minister of Communication, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has said government is working to ensure universal access to telephone services and Internet connectivity across the country by the year 2020.

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Apple car could be released by 2023

Just when you thought Apple's top secret car project was dead, the rumor mill has once again started back up.

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Apple car could be released by 2023

Just when you thought Apple's top secret car project was dead, the rumor mill has once again started back up.

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Ghana's largest e-commerce platform is toying with the idea of drone deliveries

The concept of drone deliveries may not be new in the Amazon world since it has been dabbling in the field for a while now but it will be a first in Ghana if Tonaton.com‘s new plans materialize

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Why some computer viruses refuse to die

There are zombies on the internet - odd, undead lumps of code that roam endlessly seeking and finding fresh victims to infect that help keep the whole ugly horde staggering on, and on.

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e- waste to generate $100m annually.

The approval of an agreement between government and Societe General De Surveillance SA (SGS) on E-Waste management is expected to raise $100m annually, a parliamentary report has revealed.

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