Belafst, an upscale property management and lifestyle management services company, has launched its services in Ghana.
Government has begun a review of the contract for the construction of the sky train project as a means of transport.
Some 60 applicants of the 2019 edition of the 'Forty-under-40' Awards, have been disqualified.
The Producer Price Inflation rate for July 2019 was 8.8 percent, up 1.7 percentage points from 7.1 per cent recorded in June 2019, the Ghana Statistical Service said on Wednesday.
Afri-Consult has collaborated with South Africa-based Free To Grow to deliver ‘SHAPE’, a one day program that equips for senior management.
The management of the West Hills Mall has debunked reports that the busy shopping centre risks collapse because certain tenants are scheduled to close shops.
The Executive Director of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) Foundation, Dr. Dominic Eduah has said current beneficiaries of the corporation’s social amenity projects who fail its maintenance test will never attract any of such projects in the future.
NLA says it has completed the registration and licensing processes for all illegal lotto operators, who have paid up the prescribed fees to the Authority to be issued with licenses to retail lotto products in Ghana.
Ghana risks losing 4,000 jobs from its effort to clean up the finance industry.
For the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to succeed, countries must ensure that Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) become stepping-stones rather than obstacles, Professor Alex Dodoo has said.
Nestlé and University of Ghana have signed a two-year renewable agreement to offer students practical learning opportunities to enhance their skills in the area of nutrition, science and technology.
The Communication for Development and Advocacy Consult (CDA Consult) has revealed that fake electrical products and electronic appliances dealers are a major threat to the electronic and electrical industry.
The African Union (AU) has said it is using the next ten years as the transition period to deal with obstacles hampering trade along the African borders.
As part of efforts to increase its market share in Ghana, top-selling American whiskey Jack Daniel’s is set to host Accra’s Biggest Street Music Festival.
The staff of the GRA have been urged to uphold the code of conducts of the Authority in a bid to improve its image and win the confidence of the public.
The JoyNews mini Habitat Fair dubbed, Joy News Habitat Clinic has been acclaimed by patrons at the West Hills Mall in Weja.
The International Black Book (IBB) seeks to converge with Africa's efforts to meet the economic and cultural needs of the continent by connecting businesses, agencies and people throughout the African diaspora.
The business community in Kumasi is gearing up for a novelty socialisation and networking get-together this weekend.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has commissioned Ghana’s largest fertilizer factory at Asuboi in the Ayensuano District of the Eastern Region.
The Registrar-General’s Department says some faceless persons are perpetrating fraud by calling owners of companies and businesses requesting them to send various sums of money through a mobile Money account to renew their business names.
Deputy Minister for Finance in charge of Revenue, Kwaku Kwarteng, has described the Digital Addressing System as the main catalyst to revolutionise the country's economy in terms of revenue generation.
Allianz Life Insurance last week outdoored its innovative microinsurance products targeted at the informal sector in Koforidua in the Eastern region.
On the occasion of a high-level meeting convened in partnership with Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the AfroChampions Initiative has formally launched a private sector investment framework to secure financing for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
Some former workers of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority have appealed to the President to intervene and ensure that a severance package due them.
The Advertising Association of Ghana (AAG) Tuesday engaged the Municipal Chief Executives within the Greater Accra Region on the best way of regulating outdoor advertisements.
The country’s inflation rate for July 2019 has increased to 9.4 per cent.
Cabinet has approved the much talked about Automobile Bill to officially give a legal framework for the assembling of vehicles in the country.
The Acting Deputy Head of Business Development at First Insurance Company Limited, Dela Horsu, has noted that Life Insurance penetration in Ghana continues to suffer despite public education on its importance.
Government has started moves to address salary disparities in the public sector after nearly a decade of implementing the single spine salary structure.
With the majority of Ghana’s workforce especially those the private sector suffering job insecurity, HR practitioners have been challenged to cultivate optimism and good communication skills when business experience tough and turbulent times.
Former Chief Executive Officer of the Minerals Commission, Dr Toni Aubynn, has expressed shock at the Supreme Court ruling on the mining lease of Exton Cubic.
The Business Development Minister has disclosed that over 22,500 students from both SHS and tertiary institutions across the country are benefitting from the Student Entrepreneurship Initiative.
Effective Thursday, the Ghana Stock Exchange will suspend the listing status of licensed cocoa buyer, Produce Buying Company Limited from the bourse.
Ghanaian businesses that export products to the UK will be compelled to pay tariffs on their goods exported from next year after Britain exits the European Union.
The Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributor Companies (CBOD) has advised Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (BDCs) to revise their trade credit tenor from the current forward foreign exchange rate from the average 60-day to 30-day forward rate.
Every business needs to know its market and its status/position in that market.
The nation's unemployment situation stands at 11.5 per cent in 2015, but has fallen between 3.6 per cent and 7.1 per cent, the sector Minister said.
The GRA is forecasting that beneficiaries of the Free Senior High Education programme being implemented by the government will pay more in taxes in the future.
Timeabu is a cocoa farming community in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipal Assembly of the Ashanti region that was bedevilled by the impact of climate change which affected their production.
The Ghana Manganese Company has been given the green light to resume operations after a week shutdown by the Lands and Natural Resources Minister.
A new study has revealed Ghana is illegally under-declaring its rosewood exports to China in breach of international conventions.
Canada is eager to build on its existing partnership with Ghana, particularly in the mining sector to help government realise its Ghana Beyond Aid Agenda vision.
President of the Advertising Association of Ghana (AAG) has reiterated calls for the passage of the Advertising Bill.
A research fellow at the Institute of Fiscal Studies says some government budget allocation needs to be reviewed as it only adds to borrowing by the country.
The African Development Bank Group has signed a $4.8 million institutional support grant to the African Union (AU) for implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
New tax measures outlined in the supplementary budget is expected to rake in a significant amount of revenue to the state.
ADI has described as baseless the call by IEA that the government should impose more taxes on profitable and resourceful businesses in the country.
Ghanaian concrete chemical company, MC-Bauchemie Ghana has confirmed its commitment to transforming the concrete technology capacity in Ghana with the opening of the first phase of its training facility in Accra.
AGI business barometer for the second quarter of 2019 showed an upsurge in business confidence from 99.8% to 103.2%, representing a 3.5 percentage increase.
Guinness Ghana has made an addition to its variants with the introduction of the new Guinness Smooth Stout.
A report titled ‘A Recapitalised Banking Sector a New Breeze for Value Creation’ has proposed that financial education should be added to the curriculum at the pre-tertiary level.
The Ghana Manganese Company has disputed claims by the Lands Ministry that it owes the state more than $300 million in taxes.