Saturday, October 19, 2019

BoG case against UniCredit dismissed, slapped with GHc3000 cost

The Vacation Court in Accra has dismissed an application by lawyers of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) seeking the court to strike out UniCredit...

Court to rule on uniCredit license revocation today

An Accra High Court will today rule on whether it has the jurisdiction on the case brought before it by owners of defunct finance...

Dangote dolls out N1.1billion to empower women in four Nigerian States

Aliko Dangote Foundation (ADF) has reiterated its readiness to empower additional 106,000 women across four states in Northern Nigeria, with a sum of N1.1...

Josephine Eva-Arthur, Prince Akpah, Derrick Vormawor to speak at 8th Business Start Up Clinic

Head of Inclusive Banking at Access Bank (Ghana) Plc, Josephine Eva-Arthur and other young Ghanaian entrepreneurs have been named as speakers for the 8th...

Breakthrough: Newmont Goldcorp Ghana Ahafo Mill processes first ore

Newmont Goldcorp Ghana’s Ahafo Mill Expansion project on Friday, September 20, 2019, announced that it has successfully processed its first ore and is on...

BoG/Gov’t destroyed Banks stronger than the remaining ones – Adongo

Member of Parliament for Bolga Central constituency, Isaac Adongo has accused the Central Bank of spreading lies just to justify its "disguised" banking sector...

Adongo to sue BoG over breach of Bank of Ghana Act

A Member of the Finance Committee of Parliament, and MP for Bolga Central Isaac Adongo has served notice of his decision to sue the...

Provide details on GH¢2.75bn procurement savings – GACC petitions Ofori Atta

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition and 20 other Civil Society Groups have petitioned en-bloc the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, to provide further and better particulars...

Zenith Bank listed amongst top 3 most credible Banks in Ghana

Zenith Bank Ghana has emerged the second most credible bank in Ghana, according to Credmap Technology Ghana Banking Credibility Index. The inaugural “credibility-rating” engine...

Transport fares go up by 10% today

The 10% increment in public transport fares  is expected to take effect today, Monday, September 16, 2019. The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) announced...