The Supreme Court of Ghana has thrown out an injunction application filed against the implementation of the controversial Electronic Transfer Levy (E-Levy).
The World Bank last month approved a grant of $200 million for Ghana to improve critical digital infrastructure under the Ghana Digital Acceleration Project.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has blamed reports of wrongful and illegal deductions during the first day of the E-Levy implementation on technical hitches.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has backed down on its plan to fully implement the controversial Electronic Transactions Levy (E-Levy) tax from May 1, 2022.
Ningo Prampram legislator, Sam Nartey George, has listed five technical reasons to support his view that implementing the E-Levy from May 1 is not possible.
Some three Minority Members of Parliament have filed an injunction at the Supreme Court against the May 1 implementation date for the controversial E-Levy tax.