Friday, August 23, 2019

HR experts meet to brainstorm on the future of work

More than one hundred Human Resource (HR) Personnel drawn from industry and various institutions have gathered in Accra for the 2019 Ghana HR Summit...

State will reap tax from Free SHS beneficiaries in future – GRA

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is forecasting that beneficiaries of the Free Senior High Education programme being implemented by the government will pay more...

Joy4Fame opens new branch at Kantomanto

The Chief Executive officer of Joy4fame Group of companies Mr. John Obiri Yeboah has indicated his willingness to support traders who import goods through...

NLA to launch Super 6 Dividend Game

In order to boost the revenue generation capacity of Government as well as create jobs, the National Lottery Authority (NLA) is set to launch...

Investigations on PDS anomalies to take 30 days to complete – Gov’t

Government says it has formally commenced a full-scale inquiry into the detected breaches on the PDS contract and has disclosed the investigations will be...

Samsung profits tumble as it warns of ‘challenges’ ahead

Samsung Electronics saw profits plunge in the second quarter as its key chip business faltered, and the firm also warned of "challenges" ahead. The world's...

Talk tax goes up from 6 to 9%

Consumers of telecommunications services will have to brace themselves up to pay for more following the upward adjustment of the Communication Service Tax (CST)...

Gov’t withdraws Luxury Vehicles tax

The Government has announced the immediate withdrawal of the Luxury Vehicles Levy which was introduced in 2018 to raise some additional revenue to augment...

2019 Budget Review: Gov’t has saved GH¢2.75 bn by reviewing contracts – Ofori-Atta

Government has made savings of GH¢2.75 billion in the economy by reviewing contracts that were either sole-sourced or procured through restrictive tender for the...

Ofori-Atta begs Parliament to spend additional GH₵6.3bn

The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta is seeking the approval of Parliament to enable him spend additional GH₵6,370,925.82 for the 2019 Financial Year. This is captured...