In this edition of the Citi Business Edition, we place the spotlight on the CSO-RISE (Civil Society Organisations in Research and Innovation for Sustainable Development) programme.
Bernard Avle speaks to Mary Tobbin Osei and John Nkaw (Action Aid Ghana)
The payment systems and services act, 2019, was put in place to amend and consolidate the laws relating to payment systems, payment services and to regulate institutions which carry on payment service and electronic money business and to provide for related matter.
However, what exactly does all that mean? Who does it cover? Who does it control? What restrictions remain?
Kofi Owusu-Nhyira, a private legal practitioner joins me to share some insight on the show.
Benjamin Nketsia and the boys sit down to discuss some of the biggest stories in football.
They talk about Kotoko's new CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah, and also talk about the players who have been released by Hearts of Oak.
They also talk about the biggest transfers in football around the world.
The US senate met the CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google to quiz them about online platforms and market power, their dominance, competition problems in the digital economy and the roles of the companies in stifling competition in the tech space.
Philip Ashon hosts Maximus Ametorgoh, Paul Damalie and Andrew Appiah Tachie to discuss this and the lessons Ghanaian tech entrepreneurs can learn from it.
In this edition of the on-air series on the Citi Business Festival, David Ofosu Dorte joins Kojo Akoto Boateng to discuss the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement and the business opportunities for you.
On this edition of the on-air series of the Citi Business Festival on the Citi Breakfast Show, Bernard Avle speaks to the Chief Enablement Officer of Absa Ghana, Ebo Richardson.
The topic being discussed is 'Leveraging Technology for business growth'
In this edition of Citi Trends, Philip Ashon hosts Sithe Ncube, Douglas Ogeto, Johana Riquier, Eyram Tawia and Cholwe Elen Shabukali.
Philip and his guests discuss what the next frontier of gaming in Africa is and how to move the industry forward.
Ellen Dapaah comes in later with the 'Your Tech' segment.
In this edition of the Citi Business Festival, Bernard Avle speaks to Grace Anim-Yeboah, the business banking director of Absa Ghana, about keeping your business alive during a crisis.
The 2020 edition of the Citi Business Festival is sponsored by Absa Ghana.
In this edition of the Citi Business Festival 2020, Bernard Avle hosts the Managing Partner of The Temporary Window, Michael Kottoh to share insights on the topic "The Temporary Window, Speed and the Old Normal - Opportunities and Transformation in the age of COVID-19".
In this edition of the Citi Business Edition, Bernard Avle interviews the CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Yofi Grant.
They talk about the ways that the Citi Business Festival can help Ghana's economy recover post-COVID-19.
Philip Ashon hosts Mart Aro, Anne Salim and Lauri Jarvilehto on this edition of Citi Trends to talk about how digital education contributes to quality education.
Jeffery Owuraku Sarpong comes in with the App segment, talking about Drugnet.
Ellen Dapaah brings in the 'Your Tech segment.
Yaw Antwi talks about some of the topical technology stories of the past week.
In this edition of the Citi Business Edition, Kojo Akoto Boateng speaks to the founder of Citizens' Nursery Bank, Richard Nunekpeku.
He talks about the opportunities in vegetable farming and getting the right seeds.
Its always an amazing experience to share thoughts with some of the best in the tech space in Ghana and this week's show was no exception. Four guests joined the show to share thoughts on the impact of the pandemic on Ghanaian techprenuers and what lesson
Philip Ashon hosts David Gowu and Ash Dastmalchi on this edition of Citi Trends.
In this edition, they talk about drawing the lines between COVID-19 and 5G, and do a security review of Ghana's COVID-19 tracker app.
On this edition of Citi Trends, Alfred Opare-Saforo joins Philip Ashon to talking freelancing in the gig economy.
Nee Darku comes in with the How to segment, Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong comes in with the Apps segment, Ellen Dapaah has the 'Your Tech' segment and Yaw Antwi brings the trending segment.
Khallai Taylor joins Philip Ashon to discuss the next decade in cybersecurity.
Ellen Dapaah comes in with the 'Your Tech' segment, Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong comes in with the 'App' segment.
Nee Darku comes in with the 'How to' segment and Yaw Antwi Owusu comes in with the 'Trending' segment.
Umaru Sanda Amadu interviews the majority leader and minister for parliamentary affairs, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, about the things that the then minority in parliament did when Ghana made arrangements to purchase aircrafts from Airbus.
Bernard Avle's guest on this edition of the Effective Living Series on the Citi Breakfast Show is Michael Ohene-Effah.
They discuss some of the things that you can do to achieve twice in half the time.
On this edition of the Effective Living Series, Akosua Konadu Yiadom joins Bernard Avle to talk about diet and nutrition.
The Effective Living Series airs every weekday at 9am on the Citi Breakfast Show on Citi 97.3 FM.
Caleb Ayiku is Bernard Avle's guest on this edition of the Effective Living Series.
He talks about fitness and wellness.
The Effective Living Series airs on live on the Citi Breakfast Show every weekday at 9am, only on Citi 97.3 FM.
Bernard Avle hosts Joyce Sika Twum on this edition of the Effective Living Series to talk about effective self-leadership.
Effective Living Series airs on the Citi Breakfast Show every weekday at 9am, only on Citi 97.3 FM
Michael Ohene-Effah joins Bernard Avle on this edition of the Effective Living Series on the Citi Breakfast Show to talk about 'Reviewing the year and getting set for 2020'.
The Effective Living Series airs every weekday at 9:30am on the Citi Breakfast Show.
Benjamin Nketsia and the Citi Sports team sits down to analyse the latest happenings in the sports world, including the election of Kurt Okraku as the new GFA president.
Sports Panorama airs every Friday at 1900 GMT on Citi 97.3 FM.
Pastor Mawuli Tsikata and Pastor Fred McDavies sit with their guests to talk about the issues of modern-day Christianity and the challenges that come with it.
Bible Answer Man airs every Sunday at 1900GMT.
Jessica Opare Saforo and the sisters get together again to discuss their thoughts on the questions you send to them about your relationship.
Sister Sister airs on Citi 97.3 FM every Thursday, at 1900GMT.
the Citi Sports team returns with another edition of Sports Panorama.
The topics up for discussion include the woes of Manchester United and the performances of Ghanaian teams in Africa.
Sports Panorama airs every Friday at 1900 GMT.
At the Ghana Rising conference, private legal practitioner, David Ofosu Dorte, spoke about how African businesses can benefit from the Africa Continental free trade agreement (ACFTA).
He spoke about how the private sector can influence policy makers into making the right decisions that will help boost the private sector.
Jessica and the sisters get back on the Sister Sister show to discuss some of the biggest and most pertinent issues in people's lives.
On this edition, they discuss a variety of topics, including whether or not it is okay for a woman to say that she doesn't want to be in the kitchen.
Sister Sister airs every Thursday at 1900 GMT.
Sister Sister is a show in which Jessica Opare Saforo and the sisters meet and discuss certain relationship and life issues that listeners send to them for advice.
In this edition, they talk about a young woman who has had children with a man who was already married and didn't want anyone to know he was responsible.
On this edition of Citi Trends, Philip Ashon hosts Philemon Hini to talk everything that you should know about cyber intelligence and digital evidence.
He also hosts Ethel Coffie to review the GSMA annual report and what it means for African entrepreneurs.
Yaw Owusu Antwi and Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong join him later for the Apps and Trending segments.
The host of the Citi Breakfast Show, Bernard Avle, spoke to the journalist who led the Africa Eye team for the Sex for Grades report on some universities in West Africa.
She spoke on the idea behind the work, and what they expected to see as reactions to the report.
In this edition of Bible Answer Man, Pastor Fred McDavies hosts Professor Dan Darko and Rev. Bob Whitet.
They look at the Christian point of view of the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CES), which was reportedly being introduced into the curriculum of Ghana education.
More than 1 million vehicles were imported into Ghana in 2019. Most of these were not properly assessed and certified by the right technical people.
Philip Ashon hosts personalities from Toyota Ghana on certification of pre-owned vehicles.
His guests talk about which vehicles qualify and how this process can be undertaken.
The Auto Show airs on Citi 97.3 FM every Thursday at 1600GMT.
One of the biggest headaches for small tech-focused businesses is the issue of financing.
In this edition of Citi Trends, Philip Ashon and his guests look at how to get the financing for these businesses.
Citi Trends goes live on Citi 97.3 FM every Tuesday at 1900GMT.
In this edition of Citi Trends, Philip Ashon hosts Cyhana Williams, Patience Teiko Tetteh, Tracy Ayebea Obeng and Alice Kuukua Mensah.
They do a review of the third quarter of 2019 for the world of technology.
On this edition of Citi Trends, Philip Ashon speaks to Andrew Takyi-Appiah from Zeepay about making borderless payments a reality.
He is also joined by Jeffrey Sarpong for the Apps and trending segments.