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Ghana.Gov to stem corruption, increase revenue by GHS3 billion – Bawumia

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Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated that the newly launched single point of access to all government services and revenue collection, Ghana.gov would...

Ecobank taps Africa’s top Fintechs to provide eCommerce platform for SMEs

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The leading pan-African banking group, Ecobank, has launched an eCommerce solution aimed at providing a platform for MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) across...

New technologies, money transfer tipped to drive financial inclusion in Africa

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The Vice President and General Manager, Xoom, a PayPal service, Julian King says emerging technologies combined with mobile financial platforms like PayPal and Xoom...

MTN Group deepens financial inclusion during COVID-19

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Driven to secure financial inclusion across its markets, MTN Group continues to grow the number of MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) users on its network, a...

aYo Ghana gives Free COVID-19 insurance benefit to Ghanaians

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aYo Intermediaries Ghana Limited (aYo Ghana) has announced a free COVID-19 benefit in the form of a free insurance cover for its existing and...

MTN aYo Recharge with Care double clients’ benefits

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MTN aYo Insurance has doubled the benefits on its Recharge with Care (RwC) policy for customers, effective August 1, 2020. The policy is two-fold -...

I am totally disappointed in National Insurance Commission

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For those who didn't read about my experience with Enterprise Life, let be briefly tell you what happened - they took money from my...

GhIPSS warn Firms engaged in ‘table-top’ payments to quit 

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Companies who continue to pay their workers cash over the counter, instead of through the banks have been advised to quit the practice especially...

Women prefer call-based FinTech services to text-based ones – BoG official

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Available statistics in the Global Findex Report, 2017 indicate that out of the 1.7 billion unbanked adults in the world, over 56 per cent...
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