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‘Our industry is collapsing’ – Transport operators reject government’s 10% fare...

The Coalition of Private Transport Operators has rejected government’s offer of a 10 per cent increment in transport fares, saying it will collapse...

Transport fares to go up by 30% from next week –...

The Coalition of Transport Operators have disclosed that starting from Monday, February 7, transport fares will be increased by 30%.Speaking in an interview...

GAR Coalition of Beach Operators wants government to rescind its decision...

A beach scene. Photo source: thebftonline.comGreater Accra Coalition of Beach Operators has asked the Regional Minister to rescind the decision to close down...

Beach closure: Operators unhappy with REGSEC’s directive

Beach operators in the Greater Accra Region are unhappy with the closure of beaches by the Regional Security Council (REGSEC).According to them, not...

Beach closure: Operators unhappy with REGSEC’s directive

Beach operators in the Greater Accra Region are unhappy with the closure of beaches by the Regional Security Council (REGSEC).According to them, not...

Price of sachet, bottled water increased by 25%; operators blame taxes,...

The National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers has confirmed an increase in the price of the products by 25%, citing high...

Tour Operators’ Union of Ghana outdoors maiden newsletter

The Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA), on Friday, November 26, 2021, launched the ‘Tougha Newsletter,’ the maiden publication of the Union.The 44-page,...

Ghana Federation of Disability wants transport operators to respect White Cane...

The Ghana Federation of Disability Organization (GFD) is appealing to transport unions to help sensitize drivers on the need to respect pedestrians using...

China crackdown forces crypto mining operators to end operations

Illuminated mining rigs operate inside racks at the CryptoUniverse cryptocurrency mining farm in Nadvoitsy, Russia, on Thursday, March 18, 2021. The rise of...

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