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Author Archives: Lawrence Segbefia

You can’t do business with gov’t without TIN – GRA warns

Kofi Nti

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has announced that individuals without a Tax Identification Number (TIN), effective today [April 3, 2018] will not be allowed to acquire a Driver’s license, open a bank account, get a passport, transact business with government, or register a business. The TIN, according to the GRA, is aimed at uniquely identifying potential taxpayers to broaden the ...

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Mcottley Capital Assures Ghanaians of Exciting Products & Services

McOttley Capital, a leading financial institution in the country, has re-affirmed its commitment to providing innovative and world-class products and services to its customers across the nation. A statement from the company said the operations of McOttley Capital remains stable, adding that, it shall continue to offer exciting tailored-made products and services to its clients, guided by its values of ...

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Citi FM named top tourism-oriented radio station for 2017

Citi FM has been adjudged the Tourism-Oriented radio station of the Year, 2017 at the Ghana National Tourism Awards. Citi FM was awarded for supporting the tourism industry and creating awareness on how the industry can contribute to the socio-economic development of the country. The station, as part of efforts to promote the tourism industry has set the month of ...

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GJA presents citation to NIB boss

The Ghana Journalists Association has presented a citation to the Managing Director of the National Investment Bank (NIB), Dr. John Asamoah for supporting the 2018 Ghana Journalists (GJA) Awards and the journalism profession. Presenting the citation to him, the president of the GJA, Mr. Affail Monney praised the MD for showing keen interest in the development of journalism in the ...

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NCR launches SelfServ 80 series ATM to transform banking in Ghana

NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), a global leader in omni-channel solutions, announced the launch of NCR SelfServ™ 80 Series, a new family of ATM solutions that will help financial institutions redefine the banking experience and change the way consumers interact with the ATM forever. Through a unique combination of innovation across software, hardware, and services, consumers and financial institutions will gain ...

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Infinix to open ‘firstever’ exclusive shop in Ghana

Mobile phone giant, Infinix Ghana is set to launch its long awaited products shop in the country in the coming days. The shop is aimed at giving patrons the opportunity to acquire authentic Infinix products which have attained a household name within the mobile phone industry in Africa. According to Infinix Ghana, the Exclusive shop which will be located at ...

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Nokia 1 smartphone arrives in Ghana

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, announces that the Nokia 1 will be available to buy in Ghana from the 20th of March 2018. A breakthrough in accessible technology, the Nokia 1 delivers smartphone essentials, refreshingly familiar design and the reassuring quality of a Nokia phone to fans around the world. Running the latest Android Oreo™ (Go edition), a ...

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Here are 10 reasons why BoG took over uniBank

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) today, Tuesday March 20, 2018, announced that it has taken over the management of uniBank, by appointing an administrator,  KPMG, to run the indigenous bank. According to the central bank, it took the decision to save uniBank from collapse. Here are the 10 major reasons why the central bank took over uniBank. 1. uniBank persistently ...

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Consumer Advocacy Center urges FDA to be proactive 

The Consumer Advocacy Centre has taken notice of the position of Ghana’s Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) regarding the reported case of food poisoning leading to six deaths in the Volta Region. Consumers of corn products woke up on the morning of Monday, 5th March, 2018, to the shocking story of six people who have died in Akakpokope, a village ...

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ECG tariff reduction to reflect in bills by 1st April

Consumers of electricity should expect the reduction in tariffs from April and not from tomorrow as announced by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC). This is because the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) explains that the implementation cannot reflect on the bills of consumers due to the monthly cycle billing system it uses. The PURC, last week announced that it ...

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