The Chairman of the board of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), Mr Kolapo Lawson, has survived the throes of a bitter boardroom wrangling over outstanding debts owed by businesses associated with him.
It has been 25 years since real estate developers in the country grouped themselves into one body, the Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA). Their aim is to, among other things, provide a central point for players in the sector, advocate favourable government policies and help increase the country’s housing stock.
Antrak Air has denied claims it bribed staff of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and their Spaniard counterparts, the Spanish Aviation Authority, not to carry out routine inspections on one of the airline’s aircraft that caught fire last week.
Access Bank (Ghana) Ltd has set out to mobilise a total of GH¢100 million over the next three months, as it launches a promotion to encourage savings with the bank and help deepen the savings culture in the country.
Regimanuel Ltd, a Ghanaian company with substantial interest in the construction, mining and hospitality industry in Ghana partners with Gray Construction of Houston, Texas, a US firm with similar interests in the United States to bring quality housing units to Ghanaians.
The United States of America (USA) under its current leadership has cranked that country’s interest in Sub-Sahara Africa, amidst a crunchy global economy and stiff global race to tap into Africa’s potential.
A new survey by the European Commission says lower penetration of smartphones is a feature of many countries where subscribers limit time spent on the mobile internet because of concerns about charges.
KLM, the Royal Dutch Airlines, has commended the government for allowing the Ghana civil aviation industry to keep the entire airport tax charged at the country’s aviation ports, as that will help in financing the rehabilitation of the ports.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament is to investigate the circumstances under which Newmont Ghana Limited was granted leave to retain all its earnings outside Ghana without retaining part with the Bank of Ghana (BoG).