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Don’t complete SSNIT pension declaration form – CLOGSAG warns members

The Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOGSAG) has warned its members not to complete declaration forms for the processing of pensions by...

Newly proposed taxes a huge hindrance to businesses’ recovery from COVID-19 impact – AGI

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) is alarmed at the government’s newly proposed taxes as outlined in the 2021 Budget Statement and Economic Policy. It...

Public sector workers asked not to expect big pay increase

Public sector workers looking forward to a huge wage increment will not get it because the Finance Ministry says there is simply no money...

Trade Ministry to engage Supermarkets on promoting local products

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has stated that it is taking the necessary steps to help increase the stock of various made in...

Ken Ofori-Atta attributes his speedy recovery to God and prayers from Ghanaians

The Finance Minister nominee Ken Ofori-Atta is attributing his recovery to God and prayers from Ghanaians. Speaking at the Virtual PwC Post Budget Forum Tuesday,...

Allianz Insurance empower Ashesi students at career fair

As part of its commitment to support the country’s youth development and reinforce its position as an employer of choice, Allianz Insurance participated in...

No ID Card, no MoMo cash-out on MTN from April 2

MTN MoMo has announced that effective April 2, 2021, all MoMo customers will be required to present valid ID cards before any MoMo cash-out...

Covid-19 should make businesses prioritize Tier 3 pension funds – Enterprise Trustees MD

The Managing Director of Enterprise Trustees, the pensions subsidiary of Enterprise Group, Joseph Ampofo, has emphasized the need for businesses to prioritize pensions scheme...

Don’t approve new fuel levies – COPEC to MPs

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) has asked that Members of Parliament throw out the new levies on petroleum products. According to the  Executive Secretary...

Telcos promise sustained service quality in spite of workers’ strike

Telecom operators in the country have assured the public of a sustained service quality in spite of the strike action by a category of...

Telecom workers start strike today

Ghana’s telecommunications system faces an imminent shutdown as telecom workers threaten nationwide strike action from Monday, March 15, 2021. The Telecom and IT Professionals Union...

Supermarkets in Ghana sell only 26% local goods – Report

Only 26 percent of consumer goods sold in Ghana’s leading supermarkets are produced in the country. This is according to a report by international advisory...

New taxes is to sustain Covid-19 reliefs – Kweku Kwarteng

The Chairman of the Finance Committee of Parliament, Mr. Kweku Kwarteng has said that the new taxes government is introducing are meant to raise...

2021 Budget: Free income tax for trotros and taxis, 30% tax rebate for hotels, restaurantss

Government has announced the suspension of vehicle income tax for beneficiaries of commercial public transport popularly called trotros and taxis. This the Caretaker Finance Minister...

Government proposes new tax on fuel

The government is proposing a new tax on petroleum products following the 2021 budget. This new tax, named the Sanitation and Pollution Levy, is to...

Ghana secured $2.6bn FDI in 2020 despite Covid-19 – GIPC

Ghana saw a surge in Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) inflows recording an impressive $2.6billion worth of inbound investments for the year 2020. The Ghana Investment...

Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu: Caretaker Finance Minister presents budget today

Majority Leader and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu has been appointed caretaker finance Minister by President Akufo-Addo. The Suame MP will be holding the...

Fruit exporters threaten to use Lome ports if licenses are not renewed

Members of the Sea-Freight Pineapple Exporters of Ghana (SPEG) are angry over what they call “unnecessary interferences” in their business by the Ghana Ports...

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