Ghana has been given the nod to continue oil exploration activities at a disputed maritime boundary between it and Cote d’Ivoire.

South African-owned shops in Malawi have remained closed after calls for a boycott from activists angered at recent xenophobic attacks.

BDCs to address fraud allegations Monday

Friday, 24 April 2015 10:14

The board of the Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) has described as unfounded allegations that some of its officials are colluding with counterparts at Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) to fleece the state.

The Kumasi Abattoir has been selected as a viable facility where waste generated is set to be used to generate biogas. This is a nationwide pilot project by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), which seeks to produce energy from bio waste.

Vodafone: Cable theft still affecting us

Thursday, 23 April 2015 11:51

Vodafone Ghana Limited has said the company is still plagued with cable cuts and thefts, and spends an average of GH¢ 1.8 million annually in fixing interruptions.

The Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, established to deal with the dispute concerning delimitation of the maritime boundary between Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire in the Atlantic Ocean will deliver its order in the provisional measures phase of the case on Saturday, 25 April 2015.

The Ghana-South Africa Business Chamber has condemned xenophobic attacks on Africans doing business in the rainbow nation but warns any reprisal attack will not be in Ghana's favor.

537 operational Metro Mass Transit buses were parked due to lack of simple spare parts to fix them, costing the public transport company to drop at least GH¢30 million in revenue in just the first quarter of 2015.

Tigo has appointed Ron Reddick as its new Chief Technical and Information Officer (CTIO).

The Minister for Power, Dr. Kwabena Donkor says Ghanaians would have to pay more for electricity as Government takes measures to tackle the power crisis in the long-term.

The head of the International Monetary Fund said on Saturday that a new IMF support program for Ghana would likely unlock lending from other bilateral institutions.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revealed its apprehension over Ghana’s track record in fiscal adjustments but expressed optimism that its latest agreement to have the country reduce its deficit from 9.5 per cent to 3.7 in 2017 will be met.