Toyana Yet to Hear From CSA Over Proteas Job

[News24Wire] Having been considered the favourite to take over the reins from Russell Domingo as coach of the Proteas, Geoffrey Toyana is yet to hear from Cricket South Africa.

[News24Wire] Having been considered the favourite to take over the reins from Russell Domingo as coach of the Proteas, Geoffrey Toyana is yet to hear from Cricket South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nissan Unveils ‘Kick’ SUV

[Business Day] Japan Motors Trading Company Limited, dealers of Nissan vehicles in Ghana, has introduced an elegant Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with one hundred kilometres warranty onto the Ghanaian market.

[Business Day] Japan Motors Trading Company Limited, dealers of Nissan vehicles in Ghana, has introduced an elegant Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) with one hundred kilometres warranty onto the Ghanaian market.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Which Banks Support Your Mortgage Plan?

[Business Day] Even though Ghana is said to have a housing deficit of over one million, the 33 commercial and universal banks operating in the country appear to continue to show disinterest in the mortgage sector of the economy.

[Business Day] Even though Ghana is said to have a housing deficit of over one million, the 33 commercial and universal banks operating in the country appear to continue to show disinterest in the mortgage sector of the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Manual Ports Kill Custom Officers

[Business Day] At least 30 officers of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have died this year as a result of stress related to the manual clearing system at the ports.

[Business Day] At least 30 officers of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) have died this year as a result of stress related to the manual clearing system at the ports.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Ghana’s Financial Bleeding Too Staggering – TIC

[Business Day] The Ghana Tax Justice Coalition has noted with dismay, the on-going reports and allegations of wanton abuse and misuse of public resources in the country, a phenomenon that aids illicit financial flows in Ghana.

[Business Day] The Ghana Tax Justice Coalition has noted with dismay, the on-going reports and allegations of wanton abuse and misuse of public resources in the country, a phenomenon that aids illicit financial flows in Ghana.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana