Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Fuel Prices Up By 4%

Prices of fuel at the pumps have shot up by 4%, according to the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers – Ghana.

2nd Deputy Governor Of BoG officially Resigns

The Second Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Johnson Asiama, has finally tendered in his resignation letter.

Transport Fares To Go Up As GPRTU Reviews Its Fare Computations

Transportation fares could increase soon, despite stability in fuel prices as the Ghana Private Roads and Transport Union (GPRTU) reviews its fare computations.

Private Investors To Take Over Komenda Sugar Factory – Government

A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Robert Ahomka-Linsay has revealed that government intends to leave both the running of the Komenda Sugar Factory and the cultivation of sugarcane to feed the factory in the hands of private investors.

‘Inflated’ Budget : Government’s Position On Ministry’s Controversial Budget

Information Minister, Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has released a statement on the controversy that greeted the budgetary allocation for the Ministry of Speical Development's Initiative.

New 470MW Karpowership Inaugurated In Tema

KARPOWERSHIP GHANA Company Limited, yesterday, commissioned its biggest power ship christened, Karadeniz Powership Osman Khan, which docked at the Fishing Harbour in Tema, the Greater Accra Region.

Ghana Signs €100m Renewable Energy Agreement With Germany

Ghana and Germany have signed a 100-million Euro bilateral investment and reform partnership agreement to promote private investment in renewable energy and vocational training in Ghana.

Prepaid Meter Crisis : Affected Customers Demand Compensation From ECG

Customers of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) affected by the recent prepaid crisis are demanding compensation from the power distributor.

Auditor General Releases List Of 62 Entities Surcharged To Pay ¢9m

The Auditor General has surcharged some 62 organisations for receiving payments from the state with no available documentation covering them.

Second Deputy BoG Governor Resigns

The Second Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Johnson Asiama has resigned.

Stay connected