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Ghanaian owned banks that are still thriving despite the banking crises – The Bank of Ghana in September 2017 raised the minimum capital reserve requirement from GHS 120 million to GHS 400 million for all universal banks in Ghana. Following this directive, the Bank of Ghana gave banks that could not meet the new regulatory requirement from its internal funds nor from shareholders three options: to merge with other banks, close down operations in Ghana or downsize to a Savings and Loans company. Here is a list of Ghanaian owned banks thriving despite the banking crisis. Read more.
UBA introduces Flexi loan for government workers – UBA Ghana Limited has introduced a flexible loan product designed to give easy access to credit to all government workers. UBA Ghana’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Olalekan Balogun acknowledged the challenging economic situation due to COVID-19 and noted there is the need to stimulate the economy by through the provision of easy credit facilities which can lead to the revamp of economic activities. Read more.
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2 Important reasons why you should use a VPN in Ghana – It is important to use a VPN in Ghana if you want to be able to access certain websites and services hosted outside the country. Even with that, assuming you are on a workplace network which has specific sites blacklisted to encourage productivity, it is essential to use a VPN if you want to circumnavigate the restrictions to access a blacklisted website. This article would give you reasons why you need to use VPN in Ghana. Maybe you never considered the benefits, but after this, you may see the light and reason to purchase some VPN protection. Read more.
NBA returns on StarTimes with ESPN – Live basketball is finally set to return on StarTimes. After a hiatus of nearly five months, the NBA 2019/20 season is restarting on Thursday, July 30th with the ESPN channel broadcasting the games in Africa. Read more.
Other things we’re reading:
10 common DSTV error codes and how to fix them – Read more.
Best 5 secure VPN apps for android you can trust – Read more.
How to pay for apps with MTN MoMo on Google Play Store – Read more.
Uber introduces PIN verification for rider safety – Read more.
GCB rolls out instant Visa, Mastercards, Union Pay – Read more.
Giving parents their power back: A guide to DStv and GOtv’s parental control features – Read more.