Tuesday, January 26, 2021

We’ll provide resilient network quality on election day – Telcos assure

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The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has assured it is making earnest efforts to provide resilient network quality across the country as the nation heads...

V/R: Our MASLOC loans were diverted – Kente Weavers Assoc.

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The Association of Kente Weavers in the Volta Region has called on President Akufo-Addo to intervene and ensure the disbursement of MASLOC loans they...

Excess power, unutilised gas cost US$1.2bn yearly

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The country coughs out a combined US$1.2billion yearly to pay for excess power capacity and gas which it does not use, Dr. A Ofosu...

Finance Ministry fails to account for ABFA for 4th time – PIAC report

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The Ministry of Finance has for the fourth consecutive time failed to account for unutilised Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA) of oil revenues, the...

Assembling of Nissan vehicles in Ghana begins next year

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Japan Motors Trading Company Ltd. (JMTC), is set to assemble Nissan vehicles in Ghana, beginning next year. This was announced in Accra after the formalisation...

Bawumia to speak on future of Ghana’s economy tomorrow

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Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia will tomorrow November 26, 2020 deliver a major address on the future of the country’s economy as part of...

Registrar-General to meet 8 fund managers today

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The Registrar-General will today, Wednesday, November 25, 2020, meet investors of eight Fund Management Companies for Creditor Meetings. Investors can join the virtual meeting through...

Jumia Ghana opens logistics services to third parties

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Africa’s leading eCommerce platform, Jumia has opened up its logistics services to for use by third parties. The company will be leveraging its technology and...

NIC releases list of insurance companies in good standing

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The National Insurance Commission (NIC) has released a list of insurance companies in good standing in the country as at October 31, 2020. The National...

Gov’t offers partial bailout for customers of Blackshield, others

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The government has authorized a partial bailout involving the payment of up to Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS50,000) to all customers of the remaining...