Hubtel, has released features to enable users to collect payment and send money to as many contacts at the same time via SMS.
Come home, build network and support socio-economic development – British Council Ghana to UK Ghanaian graduates
The British Council Ghana is urging all Ghanaians who graduated from British universities to return home, build network and support the socio-economic development of the country.
Ghana’s economy is forecast to expand by 5.8% in 2022, the Oxford Business Group has disclosed. This follows a challenging two years against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic as the country works to implement fiscal-consolidation measures.
PAPSS is a centralised payment and settlement infrastructure for intra-African trade and commerce payments. This project which is being developed in collaboration with the African Export-Import Bank, Afreximbank will facilitate payments as well as formalise some of the unrecorded trade...
AGYLE actively supports the promotion of individual career development and sharpens the view for the economic relations as well as the cultural characteristics of the participating countries.
Launch of report and dialogue on: The State of Impact Investing in Ghana: Unlocking Private Sector Capital for Profit and Impact
One key constraint to the growth of Impact Investing in Ghana is access to accurate data on the existing private sector investments that are driving impact, the need for additional investments, and the learning from past projects.
Standard Chartered has announced the 20 successful businesses that will participate in Cohort 2 of the Women in Technology Incubator programme at an induction ceremony at the bank’s head office in Accra.
The window is still open – GRA entreats tax defaulters to take advantage of the Penalties and Interest waivers
According to the authority, the Waiver of Penalties and Interest for outstanding debt as of December 31, 2020, under the Penalty and Interest Waiver (Amendment) Act, 2021 (Act 1073) has been extended to June 30, 2022.