Government’s flagship programme ‘planting for food and jobs’ yielded harvest worth GH¢1.2 billion last year, according to the Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
The Kuapa Kokoo Co-operative Cocoa Farmers & Marketing Union Limited and Kuapa Kokoo Limited have declared zero tolerance for fraudulent activities in all the areas they operate.
Players in the architectural industry have been urged to take their businesses a step further by harnessing technology and innovation.
Last year, import exemptions granted to foreign companies and other institutions rose by 15.5 per cent to GH¢2.6 billion.
Due to a slowdown in the oil and cocoa sectors, lower government spending and tight credit conditions, Ghana’s economy is expected to grow by 5.7percent, Renaissance Capital, an investment bank, has said.
The Ghanaian inventor who has been pushing for the transformational speed rail system in Ghana says the government has bought into his idea.
Drivers have been warned they face misery at petrol pumps this year after the oil price rose to a three-year high of almost $70 (£52) a barrel.
The World Bank is predicting a drop in Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth by end of 2018.
Officials of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) stormed some retail outlets in Accra to remove all products that do not have the tax stamp from the shelves.
The AGI says, even though the government has abolished some nuisance taxes for industry, reduced tariffs and utility cost, industries still struggle to produce at full capacity.
The President has told UK investors that Ghana is the ideal place in the West African Region, and on the continent, to invest and conduct business.
President Akufo-Addo, has told investors and business leaders from the United Kingdom that Ghana is the ideal place in the West African region, and on the continent, to invest and conduct business.
Vivo Energy Ghana has donated a digital dental x-ray machine to the New Abirem Government Hospital in Birim North District of the Eastern region.
Tullow Oil has announced the appointment of Dorothy Thompson as independent non-executive Director and Chair-designate of Tullow with effect from April 25, 2018.
Banks may be going through a lot of stress currently as the central bank tries to sanitise the industry, but Country Senior Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Vish Ashiagbor, believes all parties stand to benefit at the end of the day.
Tullow Oil has indicated that it plans to end its routine shutdowns on the Jubilee FPSO by the end of this year.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) announced details of bidding for the initial round of six geographical oil and gas blocks open.
Agrocenta, a Ghanaian agritech startup has won a $500,000 investment for coming first globally at the just concluded 2018 Seedstars Global competition in Lausanne, Switerland.
The third edition of the Ghana CEO summit is expected to be extra-ordinnaire as the office of the president has confirmed the participation of His Excellency President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo.
Five oil companies that under-declared or failed to declare returns on fuel they loaded at the Tema Tank Farm (TTF) this year have been suspended by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) until they are able to reconcile their figures and revert to the NPA for final determination of their cases.
The Mauritius Ambassador to the USA, H.E. Soorooj Phokeer, has offered to assist Groupe Nduom to invest in productive and profitable ventures in Mauritius.
The Finance Minister on Friday told Japanese businesses that the current stable macro and political environment in Ghana makes it a suitable launch pad for investment in West Africa.
Executive Director at the Third World Network Africa, Dr. Yao Graham is asking Ghana and other West African countries to demand for a renegotiation of the Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union.
Air Namibia has announced the appointment of APG Network as the General Sales Representation Services provider in Ghana and Nigeria effective March 2018.
The Driver Vehicle and Licensing Authority (DVLA) has said it will soon roll out a policy that will regulate the operations of digital transport services like Uber.
British Airways is set to relocate it Call or Data Center from Accra, Ghana to India by June this year, according to sources.
The Council of State is urging banks that cannot meet Bank of Ghana’s new minimum capital requirement to consider merging.
As part of celebrations to mark the 24th Anniversary of South Africa’s Freedom Day, Global Media Alliance (GMA), in collaboration with Ghana’s leading telecommunications network, MTN Ghana, the Celebrity Golf Club and the South African High Commission is organising a Golf Tournament for the South African Business Community in Ghana.
Aviation industry regulator, the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), is to meet all dormant airlines by the end of this month to ascertain the cause of their inactivity and collectively decide on a roadmap for resumption of their operations.
British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker, says Britain’s exit from the European Union will not affect trade relations with Ghana.
Some Ghanaian entrepreneurs who want to engage in joint partnership with their foreign counterparts only want to offer land as their part of the deal, Namibian ambassador to Ghana has said.
Africa needs to take advantage of the economic potential of its ports and shipping sector if it is to realise its growth ambitions, a PwC report has stated.
Economists, Prof. Peter Quartey, is calling for more conducive reforms to help improve the performance of the manufacturing sector.
Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) says it would start the implementation of its EasyPASS Programme for selected products imported into Ghana from May 1, 2018.
Former Deputy Power Minister, John Jinapor, says a claim by PIAC that 50% of oil-funded projects are nonexistent is false.
Scientists are casting doubts on the efficacy of fertilizers used by Ghanaian farmers across the country as research points to consistent low yields despite fertilizer application.
Land, as we all know, is a very valuable asset known to appreciate in value over time.
The Ghana Chamber of Mines has called for calm as investigation continues after the death of six contractor employees at Newmont Ghana's Ahafo mine expansion project site on Saturday.
Ghana and Japan have agreed to work towards strengthening economic and social partnerships between the two countries.
Ghana's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) provisional growth for 2017 hits 8.5 percent, according to figures from the Ghana Statistical Services (GSS).
PIAC is lamenting the continuous failure by successive Finance Ministers to provide an update on how they allocate oil cash.
Fall armyworm has caused Africa over $13 billion as experts warn the pest has come to stay on the continent.
Ghana’s liquid gold, Star Beer, has extended its on-going ‘Star Win Gold’ promotion, which was launched December 2017 to the end of April 2018.
A nine-week-old baby has died at St Gregory Hospital in Kasoa because his parents could not afford the cost of aiding his breathing with an oxygen machine.
A 25-year-long project to tackle Black-Pod disease in cocoa farms is entering the third phase with signs of progress.
Makola small taxpayer office of the Ghana Revenue Authority, (GRA) said it is targeting 200 people to register for the Tax Identification Number (TIN) by the end of this week.
Fifty percent of all oil-funded projects in three regions are nonexistent, the Public Interest and Accountability Committee, (PIAC) said in a report.
The Ghana Revenue Authority says it is establishing tax clinics in public places for continued education on new tax policies.
Government is considering raising ¢11.3 billion cedis in treasury bills and bond sale for the second quarter of the year, according to the issuance calendar from April to June 2018.
Residents in Kumasi and its environs are trooping to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) ‘tax clinics’ to register get their Tax Identification Numbers.
Heads of indigenous banks in the country have met the president, Monday, in a desperate move to have him intervene in a new capital requirement they claim could destabilize local banks.