The running mate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Mahmudu Bawumia is calling for a parliamentary inquiry into a transaction where an amount of $250 million was transferred from the Bank of Ghana to a private bank UBA.
The Minister of Finance, Seth Emmanuel Terkper, has lashed out at Vice Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dr Mahamudu Bawumia for peddling a “technically deficient” statement about proceeds from Ghana’s $1.5 billion Eurobond.
Tigo Business, a total business solution offering world-class Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions for large corporates and SMEs, is set to leverage on its numerous infrastructure investments to help fuel socio-economic development through increased efficiency and productivity for businesses.
Each year, many women and girls in Ghana join the millions across Africa who are migrating from rural to urban centres in search of economic opportunities in some of the country’s southern commercial centres.
The Attorney General has submitted documents concerning the controversial bus branding deal between the Transport Ministry and Smarttys Ghana Limited to Occupy Ghana minus one document.
Government has temporarily backed down on its move to pay public sector workers through the electronic payment platform, E-Zwich, following resistance by the workers.
A chattered accountant, Cudjoe Akpabey, says government’s meddling into the local banks does not favour the local businessman and investor.
An energy expert, Ishmael Agyekumhene, has endorsed plans by government to put the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) under private concession.
Bleisure travel is an awful contraction, but if industry experts are to be believed, a growing trend as business travellers add a little personal downtime at the start or end of work-related trips.
The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson, has asked government to speed up the processes for the private paticipation in the Electricity Company of Ghana [ECG], which he said has delayed.
President John Dramani Mahama has assured traders in the Central Region that the Kotokuraba Market will be ready by the end of August this year, two months behind schedule
Ghana Oil Company limited [GOIL], has launched its Rights Issue to raise GHC155 million additional capital to strengthen the company’s balance sheets, and expand its infrastructure.