Category: International News

US mid-term elections 2018 poll tracker: Who will win the Congress?

America will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect members for each of the 435 House seats and 35 of the 100 Senate seats in Congress. Donald Trump and the Republicans...

MTN wins Company of the Year Award

Telecommunications service provider, MTN Ghana, has been adjudged Company of the Year at the maiden edition of the Ghana Business Awards organised by Globe...

20 banks meet GHS400m MCR, fate of 10 in limbo – BoG

Twenty out of the 30 existing universal banks in Ghana have met the GHS400 million Minimum Capital Requirement of the Bank of Ghana as the 31 December 2018 deadline...

GMA D-G’s 4-bedroom renovation with 11 ACs cost GHS1m; says criticisms’re “mediocrity”

The Director-General of the Ghana Maritime Authority has described as “mediocrity” criticisms that GHS1 million was blown on the renovation and expansion of his...

Fuel prices to drop by 4% – IES

The Institute for Energy Security (IES) has predicted a fall in the prices of fuel at the pumps in the first window of November 2018.“The Institute has taken...

Ghana Beyond Aid: Play your part – Kojo Oppong Nkrumah to Marketers

The Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has underscored the need for Marketers to play a key role in realising the Ghana Beyond Aid (GBA) agenda. He said...

Textile importers reject gov’t single entry point for importation

Textile Importers at the major markets in the Central Business District of Accra have been kicking against moves by the government to use a single corridor for the...

Don’t serve customers without ID cards – BoG to Forex Bureaux

The Bank of Ghana has issued a new directive that all customers of Forex Bureaux must provide valid national identification or other valid personal ID such as Voter’s...

German former nurse admits killing 100 patients

A German former nurse on Tuesday admitted murdering 100 patients, making him one of the country’s deadliest post-war serial killers. Niels Hoegel, 41, confessed to...

French babies born with missing limbs prompt inquiry

A cluster of birth defect cases was initially dismissed, but several more have now emerged France has launched a national investigation into the number of babies being...