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JUST IN: Govt to borrow GH¢22.7bn within next 3 months – Finance Ministry

The government will borrow GH¢22.7 billion within the next three months, beginning this month. According to the Bank of Ghana’s issuance calendar, GH¢19 billion will,...

Fuel prices to rise slightly in the 1st half of Sept

The Institute of Energy Security (IES) is predicting a slight rise in fuel prices in the first half of September 2020. The IES explained that...

2019 Mid-year Review: ‘Petrol, mobile tax to go up’

Pro-government newspaper, The Daily Statesman, has hinted that the Finance Minister will announce an increase in petroleum and mobile tax today. Ken Ofori-Atta, will address...

SMUGGLED Planting for food and jobs fertilizer ends up in Cameroon- Agric Ministry REVEALS

Government’s agriculture support programme, planting for food and jobs has suffered a huge loss through smuggling of the subsidized fertilizer meant for farmers under...

Ghana Standards Authority to enforce ban on ‘winter tyres’

The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has told Citi Business News the new Automotive Policy which will be passed soon will enforce the ban on...

Ghana targets more investors at global petroleum event

Ghana has successfully had its maiden participation in the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) – North America’s leading energy event which ended yesterday in Calgary,...

GUTA rejects government’s assurances on Nigeria border closure

The Ghana Union of Traders Association has rejected assurances from the government that relief is in the offing for Ghanaian traders stranded at the...

Watch Video of Customers storming Church to Demand Locked-up Investment

There was drama at the Zoe Outreach Embassy when some people stormed the church, briefly disrupted church service to demand what they say is...

PDS Brouhaha: Ghanaians escaped a full-blown ‘FRAUD’ – IES

The Institute of Energy Security (IES) has stated that the detection of anomalies in the Lease and Assignment Agreement between the Electricity Company of...

Government and the telecom companies go to war over CST

Over the past couple of months, the Ghanaian citizenry have been treated to a very public spate between their government and one of the...

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