The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority says it has observed inconsistencies in some recent statements, publications and commentaries in the public space which seeks to suggest that the Port Authority agreed for its private terminal operating partner Meridian Port Services (MPS) to increase, its tariff as a compromise to allow the latter cede 20% retention of container cargo volumes to the former.
The Financial and Economic Division of the Accra High Court has been told by a witness in the ongoing trial of some former executives of MASLOC that some GHC500, 000 approved for Obaatampa Micro Finance was returned because the interest rate was too high for the company.
Madam Abdulai Hawa, a 60-year-old physically challenged single mother, who farms to cater for herself and children in the East Gonja district of the Savannah region, has received support following DGN Online report about her challenges.
On 17th December, 2019, Ghanaians will go to the polls to vote on a referendum question that seeks from citizens whether or not multi-partisan election system must be introduced at the local government level in Ghana.
The Publisher and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Chronicle, Nana Kofi Coomson, has been honoured by the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) at its 70th Anniversary and awards night held in Accra on Saturday, for his outstanding contribution to the growth of journalism in the country.
Obaatanpa microfinance company rejected a GHS500,000 loan facility from the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) while it was under the leadership of Sedina Tamakloe, the ex-CEO who is currently standing trial for over 70 charges of stealing, causing financial loss to the state and causing loss to public property, a witness, Mr Samuel Quansah, an accountant with the microfinance company, told the Financial and Economic Division of the Accra High Court on Monday, 25 November 2019 citing prohibitive