Two of Japan's biggest automakers, Toyota (TM) and Honda (HMC), are recalling millions of cars over unrelated safety issues.
Toyota said Tuesday it would recall 3.4 million cars, 2.9 million of which are in the United States, because of potentially defective equipment meant to protect passengers during a crash.
The government is considering compensation for Ghanaian traders whose goods have been locked up on the Benin-Nigeria border after Nigeria decided to close its border.Read more
MTN Ghana has apologized to its customers ''across the country for the challenges they are experiencing in accessing data services and international outbound calls''.Read more
Authorities at Afia Kobi Market (satellite market in Asafo - Abinkyi) have today embarked on a massive evacuation exercise to vacate illegal occupants in the stalls at the market.Read more
Some members of the Coalition of Affected Savings and Loans Customers (CASLOC) have indicated that their political affections for the ruling New Patriotic party, NPP have declined due to the government’s inability to help them retrieve their locked up funds from the defunct financial institutions whose licenses have been revoked by Bank of Ghana.Read more
With barely two weeks after Christmas festivities and into the New Year, traders in the Kumasi Metropolis are complaining about the low patronage of food items and general goods.Read more
The Office of the Auditor General has begun loading onto an electronic data system all information on assets and liabilities it has received from all prospective public office holders who have declared their assets and liabilities in line with the provision of the 1992 Constitution.Read more
The Ghana International Trade Commission (GITC) set up to check unfair trade practices has begun the historic hearing of petitions brought before it by some local companies to protect them against some unfair practices by foreign companies.Read more