Africa

Ghana tops African students in China

There are more than 7,000 Ghanaian students pursuing various degree programmes in Chinese universities, which makes them the largest group of Africans schooling in China. Spread across the 34 provinces of China, these students are pursuing courses ranging from medicine, marine engineering, business administration and various others at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. China’s President Xi Jinping, who acknowledged this ...

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Vodafone makes two senior management appointments

Vodafone Ghana has announced two key Senior Management appointments as it continues to chart a leadership course in innovation and creativity across the Telecommunications landscape. Following its entry into the industry, Vodafone has been at the forefront of a transformational agenda, introducing dynamic products and services for customers and maintaining a key voice in thought-leadership. The appointments are to provide ...

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Equity market post mixed results

Equity market indices posted mixed performances, with the index for the financial sector weighed on by speculative actions, profit talking and heightened uncertainties ahead of the deadline for the new minimum capital requirements for banks. The benchmark index, on the other hand, surged on the back of the price advancement in the heavy capitalised telecommunication stock. At the closing bell ...

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Bank fraud up by 42% in just a year – BoG

Between 2016 and 2017, fraud cases in the banking sector increased by 41.66 per cent from 1,002 cases in 2016 to 1,418 cases in 2017, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has disclosed. The total value reported for fraud or attempted fraud, according to the BoG amounted approximately to GH¢190.4 million. Of the total value, GH¢160.30 million, representing 84 per cent, ...

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Wives have equal share in husbands’ properties even if they contribute nothing towards acquiring them – Lawyer

At a glance: All properties acquired by a husband technically belong to their wives too You cannot will a family land to your children even if you have properties on them because you only have “life interest” in them and not a “succession interest” – your interest ceases when you die When you develop a family property that is not shared among ...

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Total of $9.1b FDIs into Ghana generate 6,056 jobs in 2017 – Report

Ghana’s total foreign direct investments (FDIs) in 2017 generated 6,056 jobs across all sectors of the Ghanaian economy – this is contained in a detailed report on Ghana’s 2017 foreign direct investments emailed to ghanabusinessnews.com by the fDi Markets magazine, data service of the Financial Times. Ghana received $9.1 billion in foreign direct investments representing eight per cent share of ...

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MTN’s presence boosts stock market’s capital to GH¢65bn

The total value of the Ghana Stock Exchange has reached 65 billion cedis. It follows the successful listing of MTN on the stock market, on Wednesday [September 5, 2018]. As a result, the telecom company has started trading its shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange. MTN concluded its IPO in July which allows the public to own a stake in ...

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I Was Chased Away By Bread Sellers In the Central Region – CEO of A1 bread

The Chief Executive Officer of A1 Bread, Godfried Obeng Boateng has revealed that he was chased away from the Central region by some local bread sellers. According to Mr. Obeng Boateng, members of the Cape Coast Bakers Association and their distributors were uncomfortable with his decision to introduce A1 in Cape Coast and decided to chase his distributors away. The ...

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CURRENCY DEPRECIATION: ONE REASON WHY YOU MUST BE CONCERNED

There are many things that are of prime concern for every nation. Currency depreciation is one of such. The implications of this situation can be beneficial and, in some cases, can be detrimental for any economy. For example, the recent currency depreciation that were experienced by Turkey and Argentina has greatly disturbed these two economies. To explain further, Consumer News ...

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