Two more airline companies are tipped to join Ghana’s aviation industry soon. This is according to the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). The Director General of the Authority, Simon Allotey explains that the coming on board of the two should drive...
Former workers of the defunct UT and Capital Banks have made an appeal to the central bank to ensure that their exit package, as agreed between UNICOF and the Receiver (PwC), is paid. The Bank of Ghana revoked the two...
Businessman and CEO of Engineers and Planners, Ibrahim Mahama has urged graduates in the country to focus on self-employment instead of relying on government or politicians to create jobs for them. Using his personal experience with politicians, Mr. Mahama who...
The Association of Ghana Industries, (AGI) says it has agreed on key terms with the Chinese government on disbursement of $2 billion for its members. The facility which is directly coming from the China Building and Manufacturing Company is to...
Imposing any form of tax on mobile money transactions will be a major drawback to the financial inclusion agenda championed by government, Akinwale Goodluck, Head of sub Saharan Africa at GSMA, the global body that represents the interest of...
Agrocenta, a Ghanaian agritech startup has won a $500,000 investment for coming first globally at the just concluded 2018 Seedstars Global competition in Lausanne, Switerland. The final leg of Seedstars World early-stage pitching competition took place on Thursday with 21...
The Atwima Kwanwoma Rural Bank has exceeded Bank of Ghana’s minimum capital requirement of GHS1 million by more than 200 percent. The capital of the bank currently stands at 3.1 million cedis which insulates it from the option of merging...
The Mauritius Ambassador to the USA, H.E. Soorooj Phokeer, has offered to assist Groupe Nduom to invest in productive and profitable ventures in Mauritius. Ambassador Phokeer was speaking at the official commissioning of the Groupe Nduom office building in the...
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, on Friday, told Japanese businesses that the current stable macro and political environment in Ghana makes it a suitable launch pad for investment in West Africa. “We are now combining politically stable environment with fiscal consolidation...
Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has assured the small scale mining sector to exercise a little patience as the process to streamline the operations of the small scale mining sector is in its conclusion stage. Lawyer...
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