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Infographics: Majority Leader’s 9 reasons for new chamber


The Minister for Parliamentary Affairs has given nine reasons why Ghana needs to erect a much comfortable multi-purpose 450 seater capacity chamber for the work of Parliamentarians. 

Infographic: What can $200m for new Parliamentary chamber do?


​​​​​​​While Parliament has yet to give cost of the new 450-seater chamber it intends to build, the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu has said, the project should not cost more than $200 million.

INFOGRAPHIC: Kotoko make GH¢2 million from CAF CC campaign


Asante Kotoko's decision to play in the African club competition this year earned mixed reactions from Ghanaians. Many due to the club’s poor run on the continent in recent years opposed the move. 

Infographic: How Menzgold crumbled to pieces


What was once one of Ghana’s most-prized gold trading businesses has now turned into a collapsed empire, leaving thousands swindled out of money they invested into the company.

Infographics: Highlights of 2019 budget


The 2019 Budget and Financial Policy Statement of the government highlighted some key projects and interventions that are intended improve infrastructural development and better the lots of Ghanaians.

Infographics: Non-performing loans hit GH₵8.74bn


Total assets of the banking sector stood at GH¢100.35 billion by end-June 2018, Bank of Ghana’s (BoG's) July 2018 ‘Banking Sector Report’ has stated.

Infographic: UT Bank board members at the time of collapse


The BoG revoked the license of UT Bank in 2017, an action has been triggered by the inability of the two banks to turn around their negative capital adequacy position which has lingered on for some time now.

Infographic: Loans granted to related parties by UT Holdings


Revelations by the Central Bank indicate what auditors term “willful deceit” on the part of shareholders and directors of defunct UT and Capital Banks.

Infographic: Shareholding structure of UT Bank as of April 2017


The infographic below details the shareholding structure of UT Bank before its collapse in 2017.

Infographic: How Ato Essien used ¢80m of depositors funds


An exclusive financial autopsy report into the collapse of Capital bank has revealed its majority shareholder used ¢80m of depositors and public funds for his personal piggy bank.

Infographic: How Capital Bank acquired its license


Fresh revelations by the Central Bank detailing what auditors term “willful deceit” on the part of shareholders and directors of defunct UT and Capital Banks.

Infographic: More about newly created Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd


The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has announced it is creating the Consolidated Bank Gh. Ltd to take over five struggling banks in the country.

Infographic: Who is Daniel Addo?


Government has appointed Daniel Wilson Addo as CEO of the newly created Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited.

Infographics: Consolidated Bank Ghana assumes selected assets, liabilities of 5 banks


The Bank of Ghana announced it is creating the Consolidated Bank Gh. Ltd to take over some struggling banks in the country.

Infographic: Luxuy vehicle tax – How much will you pay for your car?


The GRA the implementation of the law to levy vehicles with high engine capacities takes effect from Wednesday, 1st August 2018.

Infographic: Ghana Bauxite Company robbed the State of $90m: What could that have done?


Joy News’s investigations have uncovered how the GBC evaded the payment of penalty for overloading haulage trucks to the tune of more than 90 million dollars over a period of six years.

Infographic: Here is how much Ghana owes


The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has released its summary of economic and financial data for July 2018.

Infographic: Minimum wage goes up by 10%; now ¢10.65


The daily minimum wage has been raised by 10 percent, reaching ¢10.65 from ¢9.68.

Infographic: How much you are paying on your loans


If you’ve ever taken a loan from a bank or any financial institution, then you know that paying back is not always easy.

Infographic: State files charges against former SSNIT boss, others


The State has levelled criminal charges against former Director-General of the SSNIT, Ernest Thompson and four others, over controversial $72 million OBS contract awarded to Perfect Business Solutions.