The Bank of Ghana has established an Office of Ethics and Internal Investigations to strengthen good governance within the Bank and to promote the highest standards of ethical conduct commensurate with the Bank’s mandate.
The General Secretary of the General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU), Mr Edward Kareweh, has called for increased and sustainable investment in smallholder agriculture to ensure food security and nutrition.
Business leaders and executives in Ghana will on Thursday, August 16 converge at the newly opened Accra Marriot Hotel, Airport City, for the 12th edition of the Festival of Ideas, Ghana’s pre-eminent leadership development conference.
The 17th edition of the Ghana Club 100 has been launched in Accra with a pledge by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) to use the platform to attract more Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) into the country.
The fast growing delivery and courier business in Ghana which is wildly spreading across the country has created employment for a large percentage of jobless individuals in the country since its introduction a couple of years ago.
The 29th Marketing Performance Awards to recognise and decorate outstanding organisations and individuals who have contributed immensely towards reshaping the focus of corporate has been launched in Accra.
Upon completion, the Tamale International Airport is expected to become the only Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility that will provide aircraft maintenance activities in Ghana and West Africa.
The global maritime report on piracy has for the second time in 2018, placed the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) on the red spot. According to the report, the GoG recorded the highest number of pirate attacks on vessels in the second half of 2018.
Businessman and Chief Executive Officer of gold dealership firm, Menzgold Ghana, Nana Appiah Mensah has apologized for his use of uncomplimentary language while refuting a claim by the Bank of Ghana against his company.
Perennial power cuts often present sticky situations for governments and its citizenry. To overturn this predicament, two parties, usually the government of the day and an energy consortium, will go into a power purchasing (PPA) agreement.