Canadian company Ashanti Gold has identified new mineralised zones at its Anumso project in the Ashanti Region after completing a sampling programme.
Local fuel market recorded interesting turn of events as the effect of deregulation came to the rescue of petroleum consumers. Fuel prices were projected to be fairly stable by the Institute for Energy Security, (IES).
Once again Nordic Ghana Investment Services (NorGhis) would make Ghana exceptionally visible at this year’s Nordic-African Business Summit in Oslo on October 26.
The Board Chairman of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) Torgbui Nyonyo, has told staff of the that the Board is committed to achieving sustainable growth in the lotto business through good corporate governance.
An Awoshie-Pokuasi bound taxi driver, Samuel Agbesi, is the lucky winner of a brand new Hyundai Grand i10 taxi in the first mini draw of the ongoing Shell Filling No Yɛ Deep Taxi Bonanza.
Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire are set to engage in bilateral talks that will see both countries take steps to present a united front that will determine the prices of cocoa on the world market.
The Bank of Ghana has warned the general public against transacting business with Oboanipa Ventures Limited, which it said is unlicensed.
Africa’s leading philanthropy dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship, concluded its 3rd annual TEF Entrepreneurship Forum on 14th of October 2017 in Lagos.
Government has maintained the producer price of cocoa for the 2017/18 season at GH¢7,600.00 per tonne, the same as paid to farmers in the 2016/17 season.
SITA is providing its world-class passenger and baggage processing technology as well as its airport management solutions to Ghana’s new Terminal 3 at Kotoka International Airport in Accra
The Director of Gold Coast Refinery – Ghana’s first and only gold refinery – Mr Sampson Nortey, has revealed that his outfit is seriously under producing at an average of 5 percent of the refinery’s capacity.
Hundreds of professionals, women leaders and entrepreneurs have sealed their participation in the maiden Executive Women Network Annual Conference scheduled for October 20.
The Allianz Insurance Ghana has officially unveiled its Friday wear for the staff and management last week.
The National Petroleum Authority has closed down about 21 "high risk" Liquefied Petroleum Gas filling stations, targeting to do same to non-compliant filling stations.
Shareholders of the merged Tigo and Airtel have named General Manager of Tigo Ghana, Roshi Motman, Chief Executive Officer of the merged company, which is yet to be given a name.
Tigo Ghana Limited on Friday announced, it has completed the transaction with Airtel Ghana, to combine their operations in Ghana.
The central bank says government’s inability to meet its projected revenue performance poses considerable danger to government’s fiscal consolidation efforts.
Activa International Insurance has been awarded by Small Medium Enterprises for their annual support to the smooth organization of the SMEGHA Awards ceremonies.
In less than 24 hours, a UK employment tribunal will decide if an official of the Ghana International Bank was unfairly dismissed over Asantehene's £350,000 cash.
His conviction about abounding opportunities in the country had the reality of a man reporting about floods.
Tullow Oil has acquired 90% stakes in four onshore blocks in Côte d’Ivoire while Petroci, the national oil company of Côte d’Ivoire, holds the remaining 10%.
The Broadband Communications Chamber has called on the NCA to ensure for regulatory uniformity and fairness in the broadband space.
Tullow Ghana Limited (TGL) has been praised for its education projects in the Western region by traditional authorities from the Lower Axim and Gwira areas.
Izwe Loans, a non-bank financial institution targeting both the formal and informal sectors, was adjudged the Finance House of the year 2016 at the 28th National Marketing Performance Award organized by the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG).
The National Investment Bank (NIB) has launched RIA Money Transfer to add to its array of international money transfer services.
Vodacom expects drone deliveries to launch in SA by at least 2025, if not sooner, according to Nyimpini Mabunda, Vodacom chief officer for the consumer business unit
Sunda international Ghana Ltd a Chinese company operating in Ghana has donated relief items and cash worth GH¢40,000 to victims of Saturday night’s Atomic Junction gas explosion.
Some 850 megawatts of power is expected to be added to the national grid as the government pursues an agenda to convert all hydro generating stations into hybrid facilities, incorporating solar energy into them.
Another exciting episode of the business talk leadership programme, the Executive Lounge, aired last Saturday with focus on Leadership.
The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) is pressing for government to engage more professionals in public procurement in order to effectively curb corruption.
Rating agency Standard & Poor’s has revised Ghana’s outlook from stable to positive while affirming its 'B-' long-term and 'B' short-term foreign and local currency sovereign ratings on the country.
The Jubilee Partners have been tasked to provide more support for fishing communities in the Jubilee and Tweneboa Enyera Ntome (TEN) areas of influence in the Western region.
Challenges with revenue mobilization and its impact on Ghana’s programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will dominate some discussions as the Annual IMF-World Meetings opens in Washington DC.
The operation of the Boankra Inland Port project meant to boost transit trade – serve importers in the Northern sector of Ghana and landlocked countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger – will not to start anytime soon.
Energy Minister has given the NPA the clearance to hire 200 auditors to make sure that safety standards are complied with at all gas stations across the country.
Vodafone has announced a significant global change to its brand positioning to reflect a new purpose and visual identity for the future. This represents the first major change to the way the telecom company communicates since the introduction of the “Power to You” strapline in 2009.
A Deputy Ministry of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has said about 400 gas stations are located in residential areas across the country.
A leading figure in the governing NPP, Christine Churcher, has been appointed the Board Chair of the Ghana Gas Company Limited.
JoyBusiness has gathered that Airtel Ghana’s CEO, Lucy Quist is leaving the company to pursue personal interests outside the company.
Without fear or favour, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) must act to bring to an end the unwarranted and frequent liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) explosions in the country, the Institute for Energy Security (IES) has said.
Chiefs in the Western region have hailed the aftermath of the ITLOS ruling which gives Tullow Ghana Limited the go-ahead to activate its plans to drill more wells.
The NPA has indicated its resolve to tighten the processes of acquiring licenses by gas distributing companies to reduce accidents at fuel depots.
President of AGI has asked the government to hasten the implementation of the ‘Stimulus Package’ it promised,’ saying its delay is prolonging the suffering of already distressed businesses.
The Managing Director of Square Mule Homes, Akomea Agyei has called on the government to critically address Ghana’s land acquisition and documentation system to ease the burden associated with the provision of decent accommodation.
Last week Friday, one of the leading global media and digital marketing communications networks, Dentsu Aegis Network secured an affiliation agreement with BTL Marketing Solutions Limited (BTL), a leading experiential agency in Ghana.
A former CEO of the NPA says it is time the country considers the introduction of centralised automatic fuel stations in non-commercial and residential areas.
The country's leading mobile telecom network, MTN Ghana, will appoint a new Chief Executive Officer as Ebenezer Asante has been promoted.
A new report has confirmed that Solar is now the fastest growing energy source in the world, and is making a major impact in Africa.
Ghana will host the first-ever Block Chain Conference, themed “Block chain technology for development, on Thursday, November 16, 2017, at the Golden Tulip
Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Africa’s largest philanthropy focused on supporting entrepreneurship, announced that the 3rd annual TEF Entrepreneurship Forum – the most inclusive gathering of African SMEs – will take place on October 13 - 14 in Lagos, Nigeria.
Vivo Energy Ghana has once again reinforced its leadership in innovation by launching onto the Ghanaian market, a new App for motorists.
The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications is starting a project that promises to turn some deprived areas into smart communities.