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The Ministry of Communication has issued a six-month ultimatum to all mobile phone subscribers to re-register their SIM cards with valid national ID cards and other relevant documents or face deactivation by June 2020. Taking her turn at the Meet-The-Press series in Accra today,...
Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia Ghana’s Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, left Accra, Ghana on Friday, 11 October 2019 for London, United Kingdom, to attend the 2019 edition of the Financial Times Africa Summit.
The Communications Ministry has directed telecommunication companies in the country to immediately stop the upfront deduction of communications service tax. A statement by the ministry Friday said the implementation of the tax should be treated like the National health Insurance levy and the GETFUND.
The MTN Ghana, as part of activities to mark ten years of Moblie Money (MoMo ) operations in Ghana has rewarded 25 loyal MoMo customers in the Ashanti region. Three out of the customers who emerged with...
Over 1000 traders in the  Kumasi Central Market in the Ashanti region have received a total of 1million Ghana cedis loan facility from the Microfinance and Small Loan Center( MASLOC) to support their business. The traders who were drawn...
The price of Fanyogo and FanIce have been increased effective 1 October 2019. The price for Fanyogo and Fanchoco which was formerly sold at GHS1.00 will now sell at GHS1.20p while the price of FanIce 250ML goes for GHS5.00. The increase...
The African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) is predicting that Ghana will not be able to repay its $2 billion barter agreement with China if it relies solely on revenue from the proposed Integrated Aluminum Industry. This is contained in a paper published by...
Mobile phone users will from today, October 1, 2019 begin paying more for communication services following the implementation of the 9% Communication Services Tax. The tax, which was hitherto pegged at 6% was increased to 9% when the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, announced the...
The government has announced an increase in cocoa producer price by more than 8 per cent for the next crop season. This means that a 64-kilo bag would now be sold at GH¢515, while a tone would go for GH¢8,249.  The...
The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has announced an upward adjustment of electricity and water tariffs. Electricity is up by 5.94%, while water is up by 2.22%. The increases take effect from October 1, 2019. A...
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