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Ghana / 600 jobs cut at Newmont Mines

Newmont Ghana, a subsidiary of US-based Newmont Mining Corp. has revealed plans to cut up to 600 jobs in its two operating mines by the end June, due to ageing facility and slumping gold prices. The planned cuts, mostly at Ahafo mine, became necessary to help readjust expenditures to the ageing milling rate, ensuring the … Continue reading

Ghana / Improving human capital to get the Demographic Dividend

Discussants at a National Dialogue on Harnessing the Demographic Dividend for Ghana’s Development agree there’s a need for the country to improve the quality of its human capital Continue reading

Ghana / Mining companies to trim operations by 3,500

More than 3,500 permanent jobs will be lost in an industry that has enjoyed a decade long boom as falling gold prices and rising cost blight the industry Continue reading

Ghana / Job opportunities for 600 youth

The training programme is in collaboration between the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) and KNUST Jewellery Design and Technology Centre (KJDTC). The training programme, which is scheduled to last for two years, has attracted a sponsorship package of US$1million from the World Bank, DANIDA, JICA, GTZ, and the African Development Bank. … Continue reading

Ghana – 30,000 jobs lost in timber industry in last ten years

About 60 local timber companies have collapsed in the last 10 years, leading to the loss of about 30,000 jobs. Companies that had managed to survive the turbulence in the industry are currently producing below 50 per cent capacity. The Chief Executive of the Ghana Timber Millers Organisation (GTMO), Dr Kwame Asamoah Adam, made this … Continue reading

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