Friday, April 16, 2021

CYST achieves cross-network mobile money transfer with its new app Mazzuma

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CYST Company Limited has launched its flagship mobile payments app Mazzuma at the Economic Outlook and Business Strategy Conference that was held at the...

Ibrahim Mahama receives African Achievers’ Award in London

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Barely two days after speaking as a distinguished panelist, at the Standard Bank Transregional Conference in Nigeria, renowned businessman Mr. Ibrahim Mahama has bagged...

ECG take over: How did we get to concession?

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On February 1, 2019, Ghanaians would be witnessing, for the first time, in the history of the country's power distribution company, the entrance of...

Japanese car maker “Suzuki” to establish production plant in Ghana

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Japanese car maker, Suzuki Motors Corporation, has announced its intention to establish an assembling plant in Ghana to start production of Suzuki vehicles to...

BoG ‘killed’ Heritage Bank but 99%-one-man-owned bank still exists – Adongo

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The Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Mr Isaac Adongo, has alleged that one shareholder in a local bank in Ghana owns 99 per...

First Atlantic Bank to sack 100 staff this week

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Over 100 Professional banking staff of defunct First Atlantic Bank will be sent home this week, Kasapafmonline.com has gathered. Sources tell this website that the...

Prof. Date-Bah to commence UniBank arbitration on Wednesday

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A former Justice of the Supreme Court, Professor Justice Samuel Date-Bah, who was appointed by the Commercial Division of the Accra High Court to...

Investigations on PDS anomalies to take 30 days to complete – Gov’t

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Government says it has formally commenced a full-scale inquiry into the detected breaches on the PDS contract and has disclosed the investigations will be...

‘BoG received GHS90m from Heritage Bank as stated capital, approved GHS35m for infrastructure’

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THE Herald has intercepted incontrovertible evidence that indicates that the Bank of Ghana (BoG) received a cash transfer totaling GHS90 million from the now...

GUTA locks up foreigners’ shops in Kumasi

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Some persons associated with the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) have gone on rampage closing shops belonging to foreigners in commercial hubs in...