The standoff between the two commercial drivers unions; the State Transport Cooperation (STC) and VIP in Kumasi is not intended to make the government of the day unpopular, an official of VIP has disclosed.
(NSS), Henry Nana Boakye has confirmed that, government has released funds for the payment of allowances due Service Personnel who were posted to their various work places last month.
Gold mining companies have disclosed that the declining price of gold on the international market has compelled them to adjust their operational strategy and forecast.
Local poultry farmers have lashed out at government for granting tax cuts to frozen chicken importers. The comment follows claims of unfair treatment in the tax regime for frozen food importers.
The Registrar General’s Department (RGD) has announced it will sanction companies that default in re-registering their businesses.
The Coordinator of the One-District-One-Factory and the One-District-One-Warehouse programmes, Mavis Hawa Koomson, has revealed that the warehouses to be built under the programme
The Energy Commission has served notice to embark on a nationwide audit of Gas and fuel filling stations to ensure that electrical installations and wiring conforms to standard to prevent fire outbreaks.
Government will today (October 19, 2017) embark on a roadshow for the energy sector bond to be used to clear the energy sector debt.
The LPG Marketing Companies Association of Ghana, has said that their decision to suspend the sale of LPG product to consumers is indefinite.
A colourful sod cutting ceremony for the construction of a state-of-the-art ultra-modern office complex for the Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) and a private vehicle testing center at Axim in the Nzema East Municipality of the Western Region
The Chief Director of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development says there has been a decline in fish production in Ghana from the average of 289,000 tonnes a year to 203,000 tonnes over the past five years.
Citi Business News has gathered some workers of Airtel and Tigo are voluntarily leaving the merged entity after the regulator; the National Communications Authority(NCA) approved the merger.
The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) is advocating the extension of government’s proposed gas re-circulation program by at least two more years to address all major concerns.
The Bank of Ghana’s decision to name and caution the public from doing business with all institutions operating illegally as microfinance companies should culminate in sanitizing the sector.
As part of government's digital Ghana agenda, the Lands Commission has hinted that it is near the completion of a digital system that promises to cut delays and corruption
The LPG Marketing Companies Association of Ghana, has served notice of shutting down all operations today [Wednesday], to enable them undertake what they describe as major maintenance works
The Adaklu District, which is one of the most deprived in the Volta Region and the country in general, will be the first to benefit from government’s flagship “One District, One Factory” programme.
As the country makes strides in deepening electronic transactions, so have criminals become more adroit at outwitting e-payment systems in order to steal.
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