One of the world’s most trusted batteries, Boliden has marked its 30th milestone with a dealer’s seminar in Accra after a successful spell.
The Ghana Union of Traders Association has resolved to allow foreign traders, especially the ECOWAS citizens operating within the Suame magazine in the Ashanti Region to open their shops for normal business.
Tullow Ghana Limited (TGL) has been sharing details of its decade-long contributions to Ghana’s burgeoning oil and gas industry.
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has completed work on the rebasing of the consumer price index and inflation figures.
Government is working hard to build a strong and resilient economy to avoid a return to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for financial bailout Ghana ends the current programme.
The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has begun an operation to clamp down on quarry companies that have been evading payment of taxes and royalties to the government.
Business confidence, for the second quarter of this year, has increased marginally as compared with that of the previous according to the Association of Ghana Industries’ (AGI’s) Business Barometer.
Government says it is working with an international private entity, SGS, to levy importers of electronic waste.
Telecommunication giant, MTN Ghana has launched a competition to monetize the creativity of content developers in the country.
National coordinator for the ‘One District One Factory’ programme, has assured that her office is poised to facilitate with various state agencies to ensure that there's adequate provision of basic infrastructure to industries that will be set up under the 1D1F policy.
Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), says discussions are currently ongoing with government over a review of some clauses of the tax exemption laws.
The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) has urged the Bank of Ghana to strengthen its supervisory and regulatory mechanism in order to build safe, sound, and stable banking sector.
The Precious Minerals Marketing Company says gold dealership, Menzgold is not licensed to buy and sell gold as suggested by the company.
US-based firm Izzy Care which hopes to revolutionise healthcare in Africa has indicated Ghana is one of its target country.
Some 1,350 businesses, from all 10 regions of the country, are the first beneficiaries of the Presidential Business Support Programme.
Young and budding SMEs and CEOs have been urged to prioritise good corporate governance structures so as to secure sustained growth and stability.
The Ghana Trade Fair Company has issued eviction notices to tenants on its premises to leave in six months. This is to make way for the reconstruction of the trade fair site.
The approval of an agreement between government and Societe General De Surveillance SA (SGS) on E-Waste management is expected to raise $100m annually, a parliamentary report has revealed.
The Ghana Free Zones Authority says it has begun moves to establish a separate unit to look at modalities to attract oil and gas companies onto the Free Zones concept.
The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has been adjudged the Best Port in Management Information System in the whole of West and Central Africa at the 4th Edition of the African Ports Awards.
The Ghana Mine Workers Union has slammed the Minerals Commission over the enforcement of maximum working hours of employees in the mining sector as stated in L.I. 2182.
The current tax incentives arrangement for foreign investors looking to invest in key sectors of the economy ends up financing multinationals to the detriment of local businesses who continue to wobble under severe taxation, Marwan Ansah, Western Regional Chairman, Senior Staff Union of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), has said.
Government will soon introduce a new fiscal regime for the mining sector to ensure Ghana derives maximum benefit from the extraction of her mineral resources, the Vice President has revealed.
About 80 companies licensed to operate as free zones companies are inactive and unfit to carry out business as beneficiaries of the Free Zones Act, the Ghana Free Zones Authority has said.
To provide customers with convenience and rapid banking, OmniBank, the number one bank for entrepreneurs has expanded its branch network with four new branches located at Dansoman, Labone, Odorkor and Techiman.
Some patrons at the first mini clinic of the Joy News Habitat Fair say the fair has afforded them the opportunity to close deals on purchasing a house sooner than later.
The Minister for Transport, says a second look should be taken at the implementation of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has pledged to ensure that telecommunication and ICT facilities are spread to every part of the country.
Accra Brewery Limited, producers of Ghana's number one selling beer has rewarded the eighth and ninth winners of its ongoing “Charlie Won Shi Jama” promotion.
The first mini clinic of the Multi TV Habitat Fair has kicked off at the Achimota Shopping Mall in Accra.
The Vice President has challenged the Food and Agric Ministry to implement targeted, deliberate policies to make Ghana self-sufficient in chicken production and save the nation from the huge poultry import bill.
MTN Ghana has launched its Mobile Money Month with a call on Ghanaians to sign on to the product to bring financial services to the doorstep of their homes.
Ghana Mine Workers Union has called on the Finance Minister to scrape the new tax for persons earning ¢10,000 which started on August 1.
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Tullow Ghana Limited (TGL) earlier this month hosted semi-finalists from the 2018 edition of the National Science & Maths Quiz (NSMQ) to a tour of its offices.
The Agriculture Minister has indicated that government is considering the adoption of drip irrigation systems for efficient use of water on farms for all its dam projects across the country.
A financial analyst has urged the state to prosecute and jail Bank of Ghana officials who issued licenses to three banks who presented fake documents.
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has announced it is creating the Consolidated Bank Gh. Ltd to take over some struggling banks in the country.
Joy News’s investigations have uncovered how the GBC evaded the payment of penalty for overloading haulage trucks to the tune of more than 90 million dollars over a period of six years.
CropLife Ghana (CLG), in collaboration with CropLife Africa Middle East (CLAME), has organised a series of special anti-counterfeit training programs on agri-inputs (pesticides and fertilisers) for over 300 smallholder farmers in Akatsi, Awutu Senya Beraku (Korle-bu) and Awutu Beraku (Ahintia) in the Volta and Central regions.
The Ghana Stock Exchange has performed significantly well in the half-year of 2018; having recorded a much higher value of traded securities over the period than in the same period in 2017
Fonola Mall, an E-Commerce shopping platform, developed by Phonola Multimedia to bring various companies together to showcase their products, has started operations.
Farmers in the country have been urged to adopt climate-smart agriculture to ensure food security.
The President has been honoured for his “personal and government’s commitment” to modernising Ghana’s ports.
The government has announced plans to implement the “First Port Duty Rule” in Ghana’s ports by the end of the year to tackle increasing smuggling arising from diverted transit goods supposedly meant for landlocked countries
The Ghana Revenue Authority the implementation of the law to levy vehicles with high engine capacities takes effect from Wednesday, 1st August 2018.
The 2017 Europe, Middle East, Africa Finance Achievement Awards has awarded Ghana’s ESLA Bond Transaction as the best restructuring deal last year.
The daily minimum wage has been raised by 10 percent, reaching ¢10.65 from ¢9.68.
Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has announced that the government is working towards introducing the first port duty rule by the end of the year.
A bill to regularize property agents in the country will soon be sent to parliament, Minister of Works and Housing has said.
The ongoing National Payroll and Personnel Validation Audit Exercise has revealed a worrying trend of widespread use of fake certificates and promotional letters by some public workers to receive salaries.