The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
The Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekufful, has re-echoed government’s commitment to ensuring digital transformation and its readiness to embrace TV White Space (TVWS) technology in Ghana.
The decision by the government to maintain the producer price of cocoa, which is US$1,808 in the face of the free fall of the commodity in the international market no doubt, can be described as a bold step.
The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) on November 17, 2018 held the Second Edition of its Chamber Business Awards on the Theme: “Empowering the Private Sector to Move Ghana Beyond Aid.”
A number of Slovenian companies have expressed interest in partnering with their Ghanaian counterparts with the hope that such partnerships will serve as a stepping stone for them to gain foothold in the West African sub-region.
Ghanaian companies supporting the country’s offshore upstream petroleum operations have been challenged to endeavour to grab a chunk of the multi-billion dollar procurement contracts announced by international oil companies for next year.
The Regional Manager of Knight Piesold (KP) Consulting, West Africa, Mr Jeffrey Coffin, has urged students within second cycle institutions to develop self-confidence and pursue engineering courses to help contribute towards national development.
With the proliferation of financial institutions and other business sectors that require the direct or indirect use of handling money, it has become very important for businesses to guard themselves against the likelihood of their investments going down the drain in fictitious ways masterminded by none but some of their own employees.
MTN Ghana, the leading service provider in voice and data services, has appointed Mr Thomas Motlepa as the Chief Technical Officer with the responsibility of managing MTN Ghana’s network, establishing and implementing its technology vision and strategies.
In enhancing benefits for stakeholders in upstream oil and gas industry in Ghana, the upstream regulator, the Petroleum Commission (PC), has adopted a new tactical approach to unbundle contracts, enhance information flow and develop indigenous participation as enshrined in the law.
The Managing Director of RMG Ghana Limited, an agro-input company, Mr William Kotey, has urged the government to review the national fertiliser subsidy programme to reduce its cost burden on the government.
From January 2019, all vegetable and fruit exporters will be required to belong to an association before being allowed to export their produce from the country, the Plant Protection and Regulatory Services Department (PPRSD) has indicated.
The Head of Global Market at Stanbic Bank Ghana, Mrs Afua Bulley, has expressed the bank’s willingness to support its regulator, the central bank, to have the right legal and regulatory framework to keep the industry moving.
A legal Practitioner, Mr Ace Anan Ankomah, has traced the country’s challenges to its inability and sheer refusal to implement and enforce corporate governance principles that are set out in its laws for public and private institutions.