Saturday, July 20, 2024

Data services fully restored – MTN

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Telecom giant MTN's data services is back on stream at full capacity, management has said. This follows 72hrs complaint by its customers across the country,...

Barclays donates to Kasapa FM for flood & fire victims

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The Corporate Social Responsibility wing of global bank Barclays has donated items to support victims of the June 3 flood and fire disaster. A delegation...

We spent only US$12,000 on syndicated loan signing ceremony – COCOBOD

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The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), has refuted claims that it spent a whooping amount of US$20,515.97 on the signing ceremony for an amount of...

Capital bank trial: Court grants Ato Essien’s repeat motion for Stay of Proceedings

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The Criminal trial of the founder of the defunct Capital Bank, William Ato Essien has been suspended following a repeated application for Stay of...

Star Times to drag Ghana Govt. to ICC over Digital Television Migration deal

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Chinese company Star Times has started what could possibly be a long legal tussle over the government of Ghana's decision to terminate their contract...

Ghana Securities Industry Association rejects Debt program

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The Ghana Securities Industry Association (GSIA) has rejected the debt exchange program announced by the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta. According to the Association, it...

Capital Bank Collapse: Ato Essien refunds GHC1.4m to the state

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Former Chief Executive Officer of the now in receivership, Capital Bank Limited, William Ato Essien, has admitted guilt in respect of charges preferred against...

Fly540 to resume operations as Royal Fly540

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Local airline Fly540, which suspended its operations in May this year, is expected to bounce back in the coming months. Civil Aviation Authorities tell Kasapafmonline.com...

GHS 193,116,008.95 Pensions Fund transferred to trustees

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The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) has transferred a total of GHS 193,116,008.95 to Licensed Trustees administering mandatory 2nd Tier Occupational Pension Schemes. The amount...

Gov’t fees and charges to go up 15% after parliamentary approval

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Parliament has approved the Fees and Charges Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2022. The approval gives legal backing to the request for a 15 percent increment on...