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Electronic transactions have been the norm in Ghana since the introduction of mobile banking by Guaranty Trust Bank Ghana Limited (GT Bank) on the 13th of March 2006.  Alongside this, a merchant payment service was launched by MTN Ghana in January 2017 to increase mobile transactions in markets and drive financial

  Nestled beautifully in the plains of Tema, Community 25 boasts a remarkable reputation among its residents, who reside at the oak, the oak plus, the neem or the pines. Greens Ghana is currently sold out on these residential projects, but clients have praised the company for its efforts to maintain safety,

    Packing up your life and moving from city to city, or perhaps across the country may seem fulfilling, exciting and full of zeal, especially with the thoughts of a fresh start in a new home. But, omitting the planning process is likely to bring some challenges or headaches to the

Finding the right neighbourhood to relocate to, either to settle permanently or temporarily in the capital of Ghana, Accra, can be a very dicey rollercoaster. Intriguingly, most towns, communities or cities are considered residential, commercial or industrial, based on unique and interesting facts, traits and diverse ways of settlements mostly recognised

  When you consider the florals that dominate most retail stores and shopping centres, achieving a masculine look at home doesn't always seem easy. That notwithstanding, it shouldn't be the underlying factor for your home to end up looking like most cliche masculine spaces – messy man-caves with dark walls and

Ghana’s trajectory to becoming the most rapidly expanding economy in the world is rooted in its resilience, a dynamic and globally competitive manufacturing sector and the implementation of policies promoting self-sufficiency and global market demand.   Strategically located along the Gulf of Guinea and bordering Togo, Cote d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso, Ghana is home to a population

Ghana is a prosperous nation whose economic outlook and stable democratic system is powering its way to becoming West Africa’s regional powerhouse. Guiding the nation’s progress and transformation is the nation’s twice-elected President Addo-Akufo and his long-term National Development Plan, a four-decade strategy devised to provide a comprehensive framework to