Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) Dr Steve Manteaw is pushing for “prosecution” for any mines and natural minister that appended his or her signature to mining leases without the required parliamentary ratification.
Vodafone Ghana has topped nominations for the 7th National Communications and Public Relations Awards organised by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR) Ghana.
The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) is hopeful that discussions with the government could lead to a reduction in import duties.
A delegation of Tunisian investors is in Ghana to explore business opportunities from different sectors including Agric-food, information technology, construction and engineering.
More than ¢30bn in gold left the shores of Ghana without any official knowledge, according to reconciled data gathered by Corruption Watch.
Transnational consumer goods company, Unilever Ghana, has officially unveiled three new factory plants at its Tema factory site as part of its commitment to sustained socioeconomic contribution to Ghana’s economy.
Government under its flagship programme, One-district One-factory, is assisting Kasapreko Company Limited to access a $20 million Eximbank loan.
The Lands Ministry has revoked the license of mining firm Heritage Imperial Company after it was found prospecting for gold in a forest reserve in the Ashanti Region.
The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has asked government to ensure an early release of the $1 billion it pledged in the 2019 budget towards industrial development.
Appolonia City has partnered with ATC Ghana, a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation to deploy cell towers within Appolonia City’s 2,325-acre development in Greater Accra.
It is emerging that the controversial National Single Window, christened UNI-PASS was allegedly pirated to be sold to the Government under the guise of a new system.
The year 2018 ended with a slight increase in inflation rate to 9.4% for the month of December compared with 9.3 % in November 2018.
The growth of the global economy is expected to slow to 2.9 percent in 2019 compared with 3 percent in 2018, the World Bank said on Tuesday, citing elevated trade tensions and international trade moderation.
The local textile industry has received a boost following the government’s decision to zero-rate Value-Added Tax on the supply of locally manufactured textiles for a period of three years.
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has increased the monthly pension by 11 per cent for this year.
The Ministry of Railways Development is considering a policy proposal to secure funding to fence the country’s rail lines.
Government says some GH¢2 billion approved for some five local banks is only to support their recapitalisation and must not be classified as a bailout arrangement.
The Accra High Court has fined the Managing Director of the State Housing Company Limited, and the Estate Manager of the company, ¢15,000 each for contempt of court.
President Akufo-Addo has established two major Councils that will offer independent advice on fiscal responsibility and ensure the stability of the entire financial system.
Executive Chairman and Senior Partner of AB & David Africa, David Ofosu-Dorte is anticipating a drop in interest rates in the country in the coming months.
The merger between First Atlantic Bank and Energy Commercial Bank has finally been approved by the Bank of Ghana.
Rita Aku Shika Diabah and Ruth Medufia are two Ghanaian entrepreneurs in Takoradi making women proud not just in Ghana, but worldwide through their determination and perseverance to reach the top in their business.
The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants the government to go beyond just bailing out the 6 indigenous banks but ensure that management of these banks complies with what is contained in the bailout package.
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Chief Executive Officer of Bond Savings and Loans says the firm is set to use technology to drive its activities in a bid to remain a market leader in the financial sector.
The Auditor-General’s Department has earned for the state excess of ¢67 million from various surcharge certificates issued to individuals and organisations.
The GRA has been directed to suspend the implementation of the Uni-Pass port clearing system, which was initially scheduled to start on January 1, 2019, due to various legal, operational and policy issues.
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Promasidor Ghana Limited has announced the appointment of Festus Tettey as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company effective January 1, 2019.
The president has pledged a sum of ¢100,000 from his personal resources towards the construction of National Cathedral.
As we wind down the year 2018 and look forward to 2019, it is not uncommon to find a lot of individuals and businesses looking back and planning for the year ahead.
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The Food and Beverage Association of Ghana is advocating for some tax holidays for foreign investors aiming to inject some capital into the beverage industry.
Bus terminals are normally characterized by holidaymakers, trying to beat the last minute deadline for the start of the yuletide.
The Registrar-General’s Department is to delete the names of all dormant companies on its register beginning April 2019, as part of a large-scale cleaning-up of its database.
One of the leading juice producers in the country, Aquafresh Co. Ltd., has enticed its customers with subsidized drinks at the Accra Mall.
The Chief Executives of Charterhouse Theresa Ayoade and FC Perfumery, Grace Amey-Obeng are among the latest inductees into the Seed Transformation Network Ghana.
Government has been advised to make wider consultation as it takes steps to set up a council to oversee fiscal management in the country.
Ghana is currently on an Extended Credit Facility which will see a total disbursement of $918 million over the course of the program.
Former Deputy Minister of Finance, Mona Quartey, says lack of willpower is the main reason Ghana is struggling to developed without IMF support.
Businesses are expectant that the tight liquidity challenges encountered in 2018 will ease considerably in 2019.
The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde has highlighted Ghana’s rising debts and revenue shortfall as the biggest threat to the economy.
Real Gross Domestic Product growth for the third quarter of 2018 stood at 7.4 per cent as compared to the 8.7percent recorded the same period last year.
Jonmoore International Limited (JMI) has rewarded its long serving staff at a grand dinner and awards ceremony held on Tuesday at the Labadi Beach Hotel to commemorate its 20th anniversary.
Strategic Communication Africa Ltd. has been awarded the 2017 Professional Services Provider of the Year.
The Ghana Railway Company Limited is set to begin a test run of the Accra-Tema shuttle service which was suspended October last year.
Spare parts dealers at Abossey Okai in Accra are optimistic the coming on board of some three car assembly plants will shore up profits in 2019.
Ms Lagarde says the country has the potential to run an effective economy devoid of a Fund programme.
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde says the country’s program with the IMF would end in April 2019 and not December 2018.
An international ride-hailing app, Taxify, in partnership with Vivo Energy Ghana has introduced an initiative to reduce the cost of drivers doing business on their platform in Accra.
Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has urged Gold Fields’ Tarkwa and Damang mines to continue providing leadership worth emulating, after learning of their many social intervention projects.