Vice President Bawumia's defense of the $15 billion loan from the China government has been condemned by the Bolgatanga Central parliamentary representative
The solicitors contend that the publication has caused grave harm to the reputation of Mr Agambire. The newspaper put up a false publication that was deliberate
The Abossey Okai and Suame magazine areas have been in a celebratory mood after the Ghana’s parliament decided to pass the Customs Amendment Bill into law
The Supreme Court today, June 14, 2017 has ordered the Auditor General to without delay, surcharge all persons and entities found in relevant, successive report
So far, the attorney general, Gloria Akufo, has described the threats for a court hearing as “bogus” arguing that there is no need to pursue the case on court.
So far, the NPP government is said to have has gained appreciable successes in the over-subscription of local bonds which was floated by the Bank of Ghana.
Kojo’s career background has been a mixture of architecture, commercial design and Artificial Intelligence. Paul’s background is purely based on technology!
MD of GCB, Anselm Ray Sowah said the contribution is aimed at facilitating the project and ensuring that all local businesses are offered free advisory services
A hundred and fifty local and foreign investors have shown interest in investing in Nana Addo's “One District, One Factory” program.
Trade Minister, Mr. Alan Kyermanteng, has revealed that the government will invest no more than 30% in the approved One-District One-Factory projects, one of th
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the president of Ghana, has told agitated workers that Ghana, as a country, is in a dire financial state.
Ken Ofori-Attah says government has the interest of Ghanaian businesses at heart. According to him, there should be no apologies about a protecting local jobs
Suspect Martha Amakye was arrested from her hideout in Ashaiman a week ago by the police upon a tip-off.
some economists have projected there could be a possible extension of the IMF program as part of government’s quest to gain its credibility on the world stage.
Addressing a cross section of journalists in Accra, the World Bank says it remains confident of a growth in Ghana’s economy in 2017 due to great policies
Ibrahim Mahama, a brother of former President John Mahama, has settled a Gh¢12 million debt owed the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).
President Akufo-Addo reiterated that efforts aimed at cleaning the payroll are being undertaken by government.
According to other media reports, Engineers and Planners failed to pay pay social security contributions of its staff for a substantive period of time.
Mr George explained that the amount Mr Ibrahim Mahama owed was for duties on equipment brought in to the country to execute the road project.
The minister says it is strange for a bond to be issued and closed within a day contrary to the normal practice of a minimum of three days.
The IMF mission to Ghana has revealed that more efforts needs to be put in place by government to ensure that the health of Ghana’s macro-economy is safe
The vice-president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has said that Ghana has clocked over 100 achievements in its first 100 days, despite not setting such targets