The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) has given the assurance that the industry was ready for the first batch of Ghanaian workers who would be retiring at age 60 in 2020 to begin enjoying their benefits under the new Three-Tier Pension Scheme.
The President of the International Standards Organisation (ISO), Mr John Walter, is urging Ghana and other African countries to develop unique products and services that can be exported to the rest of the world.
The Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) have announced a partnership to manage a warehouse WFP constructed for smallholder maize farmers in the Ejurasekyedumase Municipality.
Insurance companies currently operating in Ghana would know their fates come November after they successfully submitted their respective initial recapitalization plans to the National Insurance Commission.
The 2020 budget and economic policy of the government to be laid before Parliament in November will focus on providing the liquidity to boost industrialisation in the country, the Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta has assured.
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has released the first rebased Inflation rate since the change in the formula for calculating the rate of increase in the price levels of goods and services in the country.
Guaranty Trust Bank Ghana Limited (GTBank) has launched Quick Credit, a revolutionary Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) based product which allows salaried workers instant access to credit facilities on their phones.
After recently seeing through its one-off clearance of all outstanding service fees owed by driver-partners, ride service hailing and multinational transport network company, Uber says it is taking other actions to invest in the lives of driver-partners in Ghana.
The Deposit Insurance Protection Corporation (DIPC) will become fully operational on October 1, 2019, as part of moves to further boost depositors’ confidence and seal the reform process in the banking sector.
The Accra Digital Centre, a government of Ghana mini Technology Park, under the Ministry of Communications, set up to harness the digital potential of Ghana by promoting digital entrepreneurship and innovation has been announced as the 2019 winners of the International Telecommunication Union - ITU’s Global Ecosystem Best Practice Award at the 2019 ITU Telecom World in Budapest, Hungary.