Beware! Massive fraud hits banks in Ghana

The Bank of Ghana has expressed worry over the increasing rate of card fraud and defalcation in the banking sector.

Ghana to experience fuel shortage – IES

The Institute for Energy Security (IES) has announced that there might be fuel shortage in the country in the coming weeks.

Gold hits over 1-wk top as Fed keeps rates steady

Gold hit a more than one-week high on Thursday as the dollar weakened after the U.S.

2016 Budget Ghana’s budget deficit hits 7% of GDP

Ghana’s 2016 budget deficit edged up to 7 percent from a projected target of 4.7 percent, Governor of the Bank of Ghana has said, citing provisional data.

Power Crisis: Shutdown of Atuabo gas will not cause ‘dumsor’ – Power producers

The planned shutdown of the Atuabo Gas processing plant for maintenance work will not affect power generation and supply in the country, the Volta River Authority(VRA), GRIDCo and the Electricity Company of Ghana(ECG) have assured in a joint statement.

Ghana’s Currency: Bank of Ghana to introduce a commemorative GH¢5 note

The Bank of Ghana will from March this year circulate a new GH¢5 Ghana note with new security features and design. The note is being introduced as part of the Central Bank’s 60th anniversary, which falls on March 4, this year, Accra-based Joy FM reports.

Tullow to suspend gas export to Atuabo for two weeks

Tullow Ghana Limited, operators of Ghana’s main oil and gas exploration field, has announced that it will from February 3, 2017, begin a 15-day shutdown of operations at its offshore Jubilee Oil Field.

Chief builds accommodation for teachers

The Chief of Dansame in the Assin Central Municipality, Nana Okofo Twum V, has built a GHȼ60,000.00 five-bedroom teachers’ bungalow to help ease the accommodation pressure on the Assin-North Senior High School at Praso.

Sekondi-Takoradi residents meet on their progress

The Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA) has set up a revenue collection taskforce in four sub-metros to complement the efforts of revenue collectors towards achieving its internal revenue target for this year.

Ghanaians support long-term national development plan

Stakeholders of the National Development Plan, have welcomed the process that would lead to the preparation of long-term document to guide the country’s development in the next 40 years.
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