Last Updated: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 08:34:23 AM 

Gold Coast pays 3,000 structured finance customers

Gold Coast Fund Management, last week started payments to its Individual Structured Finance (SF) clients nationwide. This payment comes ahead of the planned schedule for...

Gov’t to broaden tax net, rope in more people

The president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is unhappy with the low numbers of people who pay taxes in the country. Describing the situation as unacceptable,...

Black Friday campaign launched

Ghana’s leading online retail company on Friday officially announced it’s biggest online sale of the year. Speaking during the press briefing held in Accra,...

KMA to upgrade facilities at the Rattray Park

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) under its 2019 Action Plan, is going to provide additional recreational facilities and services at the Rattray Park to...

Pirating tax stamp is a crime – GRA warns

The Chief Revenue Officer at Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Kwabena Apau Anto, has said it is a crime for businesses to pirate tax stamps...

Paperless Port System is an ongoing success story – Shippers confess

Shippers and freight forwarders have described the Paperless Port System as an ongoing success story that needs to be fully implemented for the benefit...

‘Aayalolo’ drivers accuse management of sabotage

Drivers of the Bus Rapid Transport (BRT), popularly known as Aayalolo, are accusing Management of sabotage. The drivers who have not been paid for the...

Old factories can join 1D1F – Alan Kyerematen

Already existing factories which are seeking to expand their operations to employ more Ghanaians can benefit from the government’s One District-One Factory (1D1F) programme,...

Gov’t optimistic about landing national airline by end of year

Government says it is optimistic of landing the much anticipated national carrier by end of December 2018. According to a deputy Aviation Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah,...

Ibrahim Mahama sued over unpaid ¢189m UT bank loan

Receivers of defunct UT Bank have sued prominent businessman, Ibrahim Mahama in a bid to recover more than ¢189m in loans his companies took...