Thursday, February 21, 2019

Price of alcohol doubles overnight in Qatar as sin tax is introduced

World Cup 2022 host Qatar has introduced a 100 per cent tax on alcohol, a government official confirmed on Monday. The ‘sin’ tax is being...

Has your bank recapitalised yet? Here is the list

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) will, this week, announce the list of banks that have successfully raised their minimum capitals to GH₵400 million in...

Stanbic Bank ‘takes over’ Bank of Baroda

The Ghana unit of Standard Bank of South Africa, Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited, has absorbed customers of the local subsidiary of Indian-state lender, Bank...

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Menzgold to pay customers their full investments within 10 days?

Gold trading firm, Menzgold Ghana Limited will complete full payment to its investors by January 9, 2019, that’s if the company goes by its...

We’ll pay former recruits by 2nd quarter of 2019 – YEA CEO

The former recruits, most of whose tenure of service ended in July (2018) say the YEA has failed to pay their allowances for about...

Nam1’s brother, Kingsley Asiedu on the run from angry Menzgold customers in UK, Spain

It’s seems all media attention in the ongoing MenzGold saga has been narrowed to the plight of the Gold trading company’s customers in Ghana. Apparently...

Ghanaians To Now Acquire Passport Faster

Passport acquisition has not been easy for many Ghanaians who seek to travel either for the first time or those who seek to renew....

GRA to auction forfeited cars and goods on Dec 27

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) will on December 27 and 28, 2018 hold a public auction exercise where a number of overstayed vehicles and...

Angry Menzgold Customers To Besiege Presidency Over Neglect

  Over two hundred customers of gold dealership firm, Menzgold besieged the premises of the company's head office at Dzorwulu on Monday morning to demand...