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Insurance Commission cautions public about operations of IIC

The National Insurance Commission, (NIC) has cautioned the public about the operations of International Insurance Company (IIC). According to NIC, the company is operating an insurance business in the Eastern Region without license. The NIC in a public notice described the operations of the company as illegal. “The said company is issuing …

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Vodafone launches fibre broadband in Kumasi

Vodafone Ghana has launched a fibre broadband Internet connectivity in Kumasi. This follows a similar one done in Accra to target homes and offices. Already, 1,600 households and 700 companies in Kumasi have been connected to the broadband. The CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Madam Yolanda Zoleka Cuba, said the shift …

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Poor corporate governance contributing to high loan defaults

The Bank of Ghana(BOG) has identified the non-adherence to good corporate governance as one of the major causes of a high level of loan impairment within the banking sector. “We all agree that bad loans erode a bank’s capital; however, let me add that poor corporate governance practices are just …

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SIC bags five top awards in 10 years

SIC Life has won the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Insurance Company of the year (Life Insurance Category 2016 Award). CIMG adjudged the SIC Life insurer of the year as being the most dependable and customer-friendly life insurance company in the country at a ceremony held in Accra last …

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Vodafone’s ‘fibre-to-the-home’ now in Takoradi

Vodafone Ghana has extended its fibre-to-the-home broadband service to the Western Region. This forms part of efforts to ensure its customers across the country experience the speed and benefits of the new phase of internet connectivity. The Takoradi project follows similar successful launches in the Greater Accra and Ashanti regions, …

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People don’t understand 3-D printing well enough to use it, tech CEO says

The manufacturing industry could be transformed by 3-D printing, but business owners don’t understand the technology, slowing its adoption, according to Adrian Keppler, CEO of industrial technology services player EOS. “People don’t understand it, and they have a hard time understanding what it means for their business,” he told reporters. …

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