Fuel prices to go up – IES

The Institute of Energy Security (IES) has warned that fuel prices will rise “slightly” at the pumps if the National Petroleum Authority fails to...

US Embassy promises to build 18 CHPS compounds for Ghana

The United States government has pledged to construct a total of 18 community-based health planning and services (CHPS) compounds in Ghana this year through...

Boards of consolidated banks failed to deliver – expert recommends sanctions

Corporate governance expert, Marian Barnoh, has said the board members of the five banks that have been consolidated failed to deliver on their mandate. Mrs...

Ghana, Morocco to intensify economic partnership

The governments of Ghana and Morocco have acknowledged the need to enhance their economic partnership by pursuing ambitious projects for the benefit of their...

Some collapsed banks licensed for political purposes – Toma Imihere

Some of the recently collapsed banks only existed to serve political purposes, Financial Analyst, Toma Imihere has said. “These banks were given license as political...

PPA saves Ghana Gh¢1.6bn – Akufo-Addo

The Public Procurement Authority through contracts review in the past 18 months, saved the country some GH¢1.6 billion. Speaking at the 2018 Internal Audit Conference,...

IES cautions of high cost of power with new Ameri deal

The Institute of Energy Security (IES) is projecting that consumers should be paying more for electricity should government go ahead with the new arrangement...

‘Last minute’ MTN IPO buyers disappointed

 Some potential shareholders of MTN are pushing for an extension of the Initial Public Offering after failing to secure shares in the company. Information available...

Ghana’s ports to serve landlocked countries

The government has announced plans to implement the “First Port Duty Rule” in Ghana’s ports by the end of the year to tackle increasing...

Nigeria warns Ghana, says Nigerian retailers in Ghana not ‘foreigners’

The National Association of Nigerian Traders is warning the quit notice issued to foreigners operating in the Ghanaian retail business sector could spark xenophobic...

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