The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR) has expressed commitment to the International Labour Commission’s (ILO) instrument that provides guidance to enterprises on social policy, inclusive, responsible and sustainable workplace practices.
With the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic still unfolding rapidly globally, the Ghana Enterprise Agency (GEA) would work assiduously to protect the Ghanaian SME sector from collapse as a result of the pandemic, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the GEA, Mrs Kosi Yankey-Ayeh, has said.
United Bank for Africa (UBA) Ghana Limited has initiated a programme to build up competitiveness and capacity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country to enable them to unlock their potential into global giants.
The African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has called on the government to immediately apply the accumulated GH¢948 million in the Price Stabilisation Regulatory Levy (PSRL) account to cushion petroleum consumers from high prices of petroleum products.
The Director-General of the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA), Mr Stephen Asamoah-Boateng, has urged state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to put in the necessary structures to protect their organisations from cyber-attacks.
South African food and beverage manufacturer Pioneer Foods has recalled its Ceres apple juice brands that sells in Ghana and other common markets in African countries due to contamination of mould toxins.
Local content remains one of the most highlighted aspects of Ghana’s burgeoning Oil and Gas sector. Since oil was discovered in commercial quantities within a decade of the new millennium, a case continues to be made for the strategic advancement of local participation in the sector by Ghanaians.