Gaming Commission raids illegal gaming centers

Officials of Ghana’s Gaming Commission have raided some illegal gaming centers to check underage gambling. They have so far seized several slot machines over the past few days because the operators do not have licenses...

Gold smuggling imminent in Ghana- Exporters

Ghana’s gold sector is under threat as news of smuggling becomes rife. According to the Association of Gold Exporters of Ghana  (AGEG) the reports are alarming. They are blaming it on the high taxes imposed on...

Ken Ofori Atta will fix Ghana’s economy – Keli Gadzekpo

Keli Gadzekpo, Co-founder of Databank and long-time friend of finance minister-designate Ken Ofori Atta has said he is confident the finance expert will walk Ghana out of its financial difficulties. According to him, Mr. Ofori...

Siemens Ghana launches oil and gas training

Siemens Ghana, a subsidiary of Siemens, the global energy experts, has launched an Oil and Gas sector training programme in Accra aimed at building the capacity of Ghanaians to enhance the in-dustry’s expertise. This...

Bawumia pays surprise visit to Registrar General

Ghana’s vice president Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia paid a surprise visit to the Registrar-General’s Department on Wednesday to identify the bottlenecks bedeviling the State outfit. Dr. Bawumia interacted with owners of businesses and ordinary Ghanaians who...

Dangote Cement adjudged highest Taxpayer

Dangote Cement has been adjudged the highest taxpayer in Tema for 2016. This was at an event organized by the Tema Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority to recognize the company that contributed significantly to...

Tema Port to be fully automated within 3yrs

The port of Tema will be fully automated within the next three years, officials have disclosed. The port is currently registering vehicles that do business there to capture their data for the automation. Unregistered vehicles will...

Support SMEs, Startups – Tigo boss

Mr. Stephen Essien, Chief Business Officer for Tigo Business has indicated that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) continue to contribute an estimated 70 percent to Ghana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP); thereby making it necessary...

We won’t tolerate corruption – Ken Ofori Atta

The Finance minister-designate, Ken Ofori Atta, is encouraging investors seeking to do business in Ghana to report any act of corruption they may encounter in the process of getting their businesses started. Addressing a cross section...

IMF deal not approved by parliament – Osei Akoto

Government of Ghana’s loan agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was not approved by the country’s parliament, according to Dr. Anthony Osei Akoto, Minister-designate for Monitoring and Evaluation. He argued that the previous administration...