The Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has commenced a review process aimed at ensuring that the contents and demands of Standard Tender Documents (STDs) conform to new developments in the procurement industry worldwide.
Experts and regulators of the Telecommunications and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sectors of ECOWAS member states have strongly resisted calls for the withdrawal of surtax on international incoming telephone traffic.
Mr Trevor Manuel has served as a minister in the South African government for the past 18 years, 13 of them as Finance Minister. His first portfolio was under President Nelson Mandela as Minister of Trade and Industry. He is currently Minister in the Presidency National Planning Commission.
For all its size and diversity, Africa has been marginalised as of little consequence to the rest of the world, says Ernst Stetter, the General Secretary of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies. But he warns that neglecting Africa could turn out to be a disastrous mistake.
The Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) in partnership with Accra Breweries Limited (ABL) as part of their Social Corporate Responsibility (CSR) over the weekend provided free healthcare for residents of Adabraka at a cost of GH¢28,090.
A free zone company, Myrock Food Processing Company (based in Tema), lost more than US$5 million in five months as a result of recent allegations by the European Union (EU) that tuna from West Africa, including Ghana, is illegally fished and should not be allowed into the eurozone.
Amuna Praso and its surrounding communities in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region are situated in a dense forest suitable for the production of cocoa, oil palm and food crops such as the tubers, cereals and plantain.
Stakeholders in the arts and crafts industry are advocating the enactment of a law for public places to embody indigenous arts and crafts that express the cultural values and historical experiences in Ghana.
A Diaspora Support Unit (DSU) has been established at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration to serve as a platform for Ghanaian enterprenuers who have returned from abroad to exchange ideas on how to grow their businesses.