The Akwatia Development Association (ADA) has lauded the government for taking over the management of the Great Consolidated Diamonds Ghana Limited (GCDGL) after abrogating the agreement with the subsidiary of the JOSPONG Group of Companies.
The President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG), Professor Kwame Adom-Frimpong, has challenged accountants to distinguish themselves by exhibiting high moral standards and organisational ethics in the performance of their professional responsibilities.
Yingli Namene West Africa Limited, solar energy designing, developing and installation company, has submitted a proposal to the government to construct a 50 megawatts rooftop solar energy for government buildings.
The Miotso campus of the Central University College (CUC) at Dawhenya in the Greater Accra Region is to benefit from a 401 kilowatts (kW) solar plant built by Yingli Namene West Africa, experts in solar energy provisioning for businesses in Ghana.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Chamber of Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (CBOD), Mr Senyo Hosi, has blamed the largely poor state of state-owned enterprises (SoEs) on the extension of partisanship into the management of the firms, and that the situation will worsen if politics is not separated from state businesses.
Strategic Communications Africa Ltd. (Stratcomm Africa) has received an International Public Relations Association (IPRA) award for its innovative use of communication in promoting positive behaviours towards environmental conservation in Ghana through its ground-breaking Ghana Garden and Flower Movement.
A high-powered delegation from the Export and Import (EXIM) Bank Ghana, one of the major funding banks of the government’s flagship programme, One-district, One-factory (1D1F), has paid a working visit to two of the projects in the Central Region.
The Executive Director of the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG), Dr Emmanuel Akwetey, has called on political parties to focus on development issues instead of their over-concentration on how to win elections.
Senior Advisor to the Minister of Planning, Dr Kodjo Esseim Mensah-Abrampa, has said that the government’s election year budget will not lead to the huge budget deficit that usually characterises election year budgets.
Election years have generally been characterised by fiscal pressures through infrastructural demands by the citizens, pushing governments to spend beyond their planned expenditures leading to wide fiscal deficits.