We’re hoping for survival of Ghana’s new Development Bank – AGI

President of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Dr Yaw Adu Gyamfi has expressed confidence in the sustainability of Ghana’s development bank. According to him, the development bank will serve as a panacea for addressing long term financing challenges experienced by local industries. The Government of Ghana in partnership with the European

Bank of Ghana declines response to UT Bank, unibank petitions

Bank of Ghana declines response to UT Bank, unibank petitions 2 minutes Dr Ernest Addison is the Governor of Bank of Ghana. The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has declined parliament’s request for it to respond to some petitions brought before the house in relation to the collapse of UT Bank and uniBank. In a

Appointments Committee at long last suggests Egyapa Mercer for endorsement as Deputy Energy Minister

Appointments Committee at long last suggests Egyapa Mercer for endorsement as Deputy Energy Minister Parliament's Appointments Committee has at long last suggested for endorsement, the designation of Andrew Egyapa Mercer as a Deputy Energy Minister. A Committee part prior demanded the suspension of the selection because of some horrible responses to questions

Minerals Commission begins probe into Breman mining pit collapse

The Minerals Commission has begun investigations into the mining accident that occurred on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, at Denkyira Breman/Brofoyedu in the Upper Denkyira West District of the Central Region. Dozens of miners are reported trapped in the illegal mining pit. At least three of the people pulled out of the wreckage

Kejetia Market To Close At 7PM From June, 2021

Managers of the Kejetia Market, has announced that the facility will close at 7pm from June 1, this year. Managing Director of the Kumasi City Markets Limited, Kofi Dufour Addai, said the decision was to reduce the cost of operation, and enhance the security and safety of traders at the facility. Currently,

Tema Oil Refinery not on the verge of collapse – Management

The managers of Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), has refuted claims that it is on the verge of a shutdown due to debts owed some utility providers in the country. Some media reports had suggested that the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) had cut water supply to TOR for close to a