No room for further policy rate cut – EIU

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said it sees no more room for further policy rate easing, predicting that the central bank is likely...

Ofori-Atta charges GRA to recover outstanding tax liabilities from businesses

The Minister of Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, has charged the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to take steps to recover all outstanding tax liabilities and...

Ban on small-scale mining lifted 900 miners “vetted successfully” to commence work

Over 900 small-scale miners have been successful vetted by government and given licence to resume work after lifting the ban on small scale mining,...

Gov’t rolls out platform to monitor telecoms revenue

Government, through the Ministry of Communication, has successfully implemented the Common Monitoring Platform (CMP) to monitor and verify revenues accrued to telecommunication firms. This brings...

Employ community vigilantism in sanitation management fight– Rawlings

The county’s poor sanitation problems will persist if citizens are not held responsible for polluting the environment, hence the need to employ community vigilantism...

Do bailouts incentivise risks?

Bam! Bailoooooout! We need more money to fix the challenges in the banking sector. Bailouts have been associated with banking crisis for many years....

16 Days: Leadership & Masculinity

  16 Days of Activism. The UN named and claimed sixteen days from November 25th to December 10th as a call to action in eliminating...

Mother Ghana: who are we becoming? Reflections 2018

How has your year been? As we barrel towards Christmas, work slows down, family travels to visit, gift and food shopping takes place and...

50 women trained in shea soap production in Tamale

  By Samuel SAM, Tamale About 50 women shea-nut processors and pickers in Tamale have undergone training in shea soap production to help improve their livelihoods. They...

Country loses GH¢1.440bn annually to poor sanitation & open defecation

It is estimated that the country loses a total of GH¢1.440billion, equivalent to US$369million, annually as a result of poor sanitation and the menace...

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