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Uber killing our business- Taxi drivers cry out

The successes of the Uber commercial transport services, in Ghana has angered some taxi drivers who think that Uber was taking away their business. The...

Public debt hits GH¢127.1bn

A summary of Economic and Financial data from the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revealed that Ghana’s total public debt stock has increased to GH¢127. 1billion...

Ghana Export Promotion Authority targets $4 billion in 2017

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) is targeting $4 billion in non-traditional export (NTEs) earnings for 2017. The target represents a big leap from the...

GOIL pays Ghȼ0.025 to shareholders as dividend

The Board of Directors of Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) has recommended a dividend payment of Ghȼ0.025 per share this year, which was unanimously...

Veep promises to establish cement factory at East Mamprusi

Vice President Alhaji Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has assured the people of the East Mamprusi District that government would work to get investors to establish...

FDA approves Adonko Bitters TV advert

The Food and Drugs Authority has given clearance to producers of Adonko Bitters to proceed with television advertisement of the alcoholic beverage. This was after...

PURC to intervene in Akosombo ECG meter brouhaha – VRA

Volta River Authority (VRA) says Public Utility and Regulatory Commission (PURC) will be needed to help find a lasting solution to several meter complaints...

Kwamena Bartels assumes chairmanship of GOIL Board

The Shareholders of the Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) has affirmed Peter Kwamena Bartels, a former Minister of the Interior as the Chairman of...

Enough fertilizers for cocoa farmers- Cocobod CEO assures

The Chief Executive Officer of COCOBOD, Mr Joseph Boahen Aidoo, has assured cocoa farmers that there is enough fertilizers for the farming season although...

Genevieve Basigha wins MTN Heroes of Change 3

Speech and hearing impaired lady, Genevieve Basigha who has established a special school at Obuasi to assist deaf and dumb children with education emerged...

Ghana’s debt hit GHc129.5bn – BoG

Ghana’s public debt has reached GHc129.5 billion according to Bank of Ghana’s Summary of Economic and Financial Data issued Friday May 19, 2017. This represents...

aYo, MTN partner to deliver Mobile Insurance

aYo Holdings and Metropolitan Life Insurance Ghana in partnership with MTN Ghana, have launched a new micro-insurance product dubbed “Send with Care” for Mobile...

Gov’t seeks $1bn private capital injection for ECG,others

To end the country’s erratic power distribution and billing system, government says it needs over US$1billion capital, which it seeks to realise from the...

GRA rakes in GHȼ7.4 billion in three months

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) collected a total of GHȼ7.4 billion in the first three months of the year, the Commissioner General, Mr. Emmanuel...

Multi-TV Habitat Fair 2017 Launched

The 2017 edition of the Multi TV Habitat Fair has been launched at the Alisa hotel in Accra. The Multi TV Habitat Fair which is...

ECG continues to reel under GH¢1.6bn gov’t debt

Data from the Electricity Company of Ghana indicate that government still owes the company an outstanding amount of GH¢1.6bn, in unpaid bills and subsidies,...

Government’s debt to ECG hits 1.6 billion cedis

Government’s total indebtedness to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has hit GH¢1,599,800,195 as at March 2017. The figure increased from the GH¢1,390,966,034 recorded as...

NDC strategy collapsed IMF program – Kwaku Kwarteng

A Deputy Finance Minister, Kwaku Kwarteng, has blamed the past NDC government for what he says is the failure of the economic assistance program...

COCOBOD subsidises fertiliser for cocoa farmers

Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has announced to subsidise the price of purchase of fertilisers for the cocoa farmers across the country which began in May...

Poultry farmers threaten to sell flu infected birds

Poultry farmers across the country have threatened not to report any cases of bird flu incidence on their farms for fear that their birds...