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22-03-2017
GHANA HAS MADE A STRONG CASE AT THE UNITED NATIONS FOR THE ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN THE COCOA INDUSTRY.

At an event on the sidelines of the on-going 61st Session of the Commission on Status of Women (CSW) at the UN Headquarters in New York, it became clear that gender inequalities limit economic productivity, efficiency and undermines the development agenda.


Ms Patricia Appiagyei, the Member of Parliament for Asokwa and Deputy Minister designate for Environment, Science and Technology, i...

22-03-2017
ICU INAUGURATES 8-MEMBER COCOBOD EXECUTIVES

The General Secretary of the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU-Ghana) Solomon Kotei has inaugurated an eight-member Interim Executives of the Supreme Consultative Council of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD).


The ICU General Secretary implored the executives who are expected to assume office immediately to work and operate within the ambit of the law to ensure sanity and cooperati...

23-02-2017
PRESS RELEASE: NO COCOBOD STAFF HAS BEEN DISMISSED

The attention of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has been drawn to a statement made yesterday at the press conference of the Minority in Parliament during what it calls “True” state of the nation address indicating that One Hundred and Ten (110) middle level staff of COCOBOD in lawful employment have been dismissed for no apparent reason.


It is unfortunate that such an assertion could ...

19-01-2017
US AMBASSADOR TOURS COCOBOD FACILITIES

The US Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Robert P. Jackson with some officials of the US Embassy, took a day off his busy schedule to tour COCOBOD facilities in the Eastern Region to acquaint himself with activities of the cocoa industry.


Accompanied by COCOBOD Management team led by the Deputy Chief Executive in charge of Agronomy & Quality Control, Dr. Francis K. Oppong, Ambassador...