Sunday, September 22, 2019

Aliko Dangote is world’s 100th richest man – Forbes

Africa’s richest man Nigerian billionaire Alhaji Aliko Dangote may be top of the rankings in Africa but at the global level, he rounded off...

Increasing taxes blot on social democratic principles of Gov’t – GJA Boss

The President of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Mr. Affail Monney has said it is politically unwise for the Mahama-led government to over-burden Ghanaians...

Almost GH¢1bn of ESLA receipts unreported – CBOD Report

More than GH¢915million of petroleum taxes relating to the Energy Sector levies introduced to help clear government’s indebtedness to bulk oil distributors cannot be...

MTN Ghana Foundation adjudged Corporate Philanthropistof the year

The MTN Ghana Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of MTN Ghana, has been awarded the Corporate Philanthropist of the Year at the...

Tigo expands digital customer care channels with AskTigo Skype Care

As a lead brand in digital innovation, Tigo Ghana has rolled out yet another digital channel of communication for its customers, called AskTigo Skype...

Forget elections and fix the economy – Tax Expert urges Gov’t

A tax expert, Thomas Kusi Boafo says government is giving room for massive economic pressure by backtracking on the imposition of a one per...

Radiance Oil, Allied, Benab et al drop fuel prices in August

The second pricing window for the month of August starts today, Tuesday August 16, 2016. Some oil marketing companies(OMCs) continue to reduce fuel prices at...

Stop charging astronomical fees – Professional Photographers urged

Mr Gerald Annan Forson, founding member of the Ghana Union of Professional Photographers (GUPP), has urged photographers to desist from charging astronomical fees. He said...

Songor Salt Project to produce 60,000 tonnes salt in 4mths

The Songor Salt Project is determined to meet its annual set target of  between 50,000 to 60,000 metric tons within a period of four...

Agric Ministry blows GH₵157m on Planting for Food & Jobs campaign

The Ministry of Food and Agriculture has so far spent an amount of GH₵157,023,174.00 on the government flagship program, ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’...