Thursday, April 2, 2020

Covid-19: MPS institutes business continuity plans as cases rise

Meridian Port Services Limited, operators of the dedicated container terminal in the Tema Port, MPS Terminal 3 has put together a business continuity plan to avert negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on its...

IMF to evaluate Ghana’s $100m request for COVID-19

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is yet to evaluate Ghana’s request for Rapid Credit Facility disbursement to help fight the Coronavirus. Ghana made the 100 million dollar request last week as part of efforts by...

Covid-19: Hotel industry hard-hit, owners beg for gov’t support

The National financial secretary of the Ghana Hotels Association, Kordzovi Ahadzi, has called on government to consider a reduction in the tax obligations of hotels as the industry goes through tough times as the...

Covid-19: Santol Energy distributes hand sanitizers to police, transport unions

As part of its corporate drive to support the well-being of customers and the general public, amidst the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Santol Energy, an indigenous oil marketing company is embarking on...

Coronavirus: It is now free to send Gh¢100 and below via mobile money

All mobile money transfers of GH¢100 and below will attract no charges from service providers for the next three months, subject to review, the Bank of Ghana has announced. The new move begins Friday, March...
Isaac Adongo

Covid-19: Financial sector will be ‘hit hard’ – Adongo

The Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central and minority spokesperson on finance, Isaac Adongo has warned that the country's financial sector will be hard hit by the covid-19 Pandemic. The disease has crashed the international...

Covid-19: NCA grants telcos waiver to send emergency texts

The National Communication Authority has granted the four telecom operators in the country a waiver to send emergency communication on covid-19 to their subscribers. The NCA is also working with MTN, AirtelTigo, Vodafone and Glo...

Gov’t spent $8.97m on new 100, 200 cedi notes

The Government of Ghana spent 8.97 million dollars in printing the new 100 and 200 cedi notes, Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta has revealed. Mr Ofori-Atta made the revelation in Parliament Tuesday while he was...

Bill Gates steps down from Microsoft board

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board to spend more time on philanthropic activities. He says he wants to focus on global health and development, education and tackling climate change. One of...

Come and experience excellent 24hr service at Terminal 3 – MPS staff to Maritime...

Staff of the Meridian Port Services (MPS) have assured players in the Maritime industry and all Ghanaians of excellent and efficient services as they assume operations from Terminal 3 of the Tema Harbour. According to...