The Executive Director of the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS), Professor Newman Kwadwo Kusi, has called for an immediate renegotiation of Ghana’s programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
As part of its Employee Volunteerism Initiative, employees of telecom giant Vodafone Ghana have offered support at the various emergency Healthfest events which offered free medical screening for residents within communities that were mostly affected by the June 3 floods.
Gas supply to the Ghana Gas Processing Plant in Atuabo has been disrupted due to a sudden shutdown of the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) Kwame Nkrumah at the Jubilee Fields.
Hundreds of workers of Takoradi-based West African Mills Company (WAMCo) on Monday, July 6 besieged the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) to present a petition through the sector minister to President John Dramani Mahama.
Tigo customers continue to win power generators, power banks and rechargeable lamps in the 90-day Yensor Nkoaa promotion.
The local currency last week recorded its biggest gain against the US dollar this year, when it closed trading on Friday gaining 7.8 percent in value over the greenback.
Operators of domestic airlines in Ghana are predicting tougher times ahead for their activities following government's17.5 percent VAT increase on domestic airfares.
Vodafone Business Solutions, the enterprise arm of Vodafone Ghana, is bringing its services closer to its small and medium scale enterprise (SME) customers within the Western and Central regions of the country between July 7 – July 15.
The Ghana National Gas Company will on Monday, July 6 pay out a compensation package of GH¢1.5 million to 168 persons affected by the construction of the processing plant.
To consolidate its position as the leading Telecom Business brand in Ghana, Vodafone Ghana through the Vodafone Business Solutions (VBS) platform, has launched a loyalty package for its enterprise customers.
Tigo Ghana is injecting 24 million dollars into 140 new cell sites across the country.
The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has hinted at a major review of tariffs within the year as it complains the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) did not consider some factors in its recent review.