How Ghana plans to fight COVID-19 pandemic
Health authorities in Ghana have confirmed two more COVID-19 cases at the Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research, bringing the total confirmed cases to nine. Ghana Health Services says both cases are imported – the first a 56-year-old man who returned from the UK a week ago and the second, a 33 year-old Ghanaian who returned from a conference in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Dr Frank Serebour, Vice President of the Ghana Medical Association joins CNBC Africa to discuss the resilience of Ghana's healthcare system to contain the pandemic.
GIPC’s Yofi Grant on Ghana’s COVID-19 economic plan
Ghana’s Finance Minister recently updated the country's parliament on the fiscal implications of the coronavirus pandemic. Yofi Grant, CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre joins CNBC Africa to discuss some key takeaways from the engagement.
Ghanaian traders livid at Nigeria border closure
Traders in Ghana have labeled Abuja's decision to continue shutting its border as needless and un-African. On the contrary, Nigeria claims the border closure has spurred local production and reduced arms smuggling.
Key actors in Ghana’s banking crisis arraigned
Some key actors in Ghana's banking crises were arraigned on Tuesday. In a tweet, the country's president says perpetrators will face justice. CEOs of 2 defunct lenders were charged for alleged crimes that contributed to a banking crisis. Head of Research at Groupe Nduom, Samuel Kofi Ampah joins CNBC Africa from Ghana for a focus on Ghana’s equities market.
Cardi B takes on Ghanaian celebrities, Toke Makinwa and Yomi Black go head to head and many more
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Ghana importers protest against planned cargo tariff hike
The Importers and Exporters Association in Ghana are kicking against a planned 11 per cent tariff hike for cargo handling at terminal three of the Tema Port. The Association’s Executive Secretary, Samson Awingobit Asakia joins CNBC Africa from Accra for more on this story.
Databank: Gloomy outlook drag Ghana equities
Databank says gloomy economic outlook have continued to weigh on Ghanaian equities as the Ghana Stock Exchange declined by 26.5 pe rcent year-on-year in the third quarter of this year. Alex Boahen, Head of Research at Databank joins CNBC Africa to look at the country’s equities market.
Implications of Ultimatum for Nigerian Businesses in Ghana
In this segment of TVCBreakfast, our analyst dissects the implications of the ultimatum given to Nigerian businesses in Ghana over the closure of Nigerian land borders.