I cheered when I heard in the news that as part of its annual Easter Road Safety campaign, this year the Road Safety management has launched a toll free number, 194, for people to report risky road behaviour.
How do you explain why two people—let’s say a man and his wife—who start a chat over a simple matter, soon get so worked up that the husband pulls a gun from a bedroom drawer and shoots his beloved dead?
This article is the concluding part of the interview session with the President of Ashesi University, Dr Patrick Awuah. The first two parts of the interview session were published in the April 9 and April 23, 2022 editions of this paper respectively. This concluding part presents answers to two very important questions below.
Agents who operate mobile money business, otherwise known as MoMo, are seeking solutions to minimise panic withdrawals during the implementation of the Electronic Transfer Levy Act, 2022 (Act 1075) which starts tomorrow.
As I watched the Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources on television on Monday, April 11, 2022 tell Ghanaians about massive water theft at East Legon, I asked myself “water theft at East-Legon, home of the rich?”
No matter how we define our current situation, it is a precipice that only requires the greatest of humility by all political actors; demanding consensus building to avert an economic meltdown of dire consequences, devoid of any tough-talking laced with insults; and accepting that no one political persuasion can play ‘KNOW-IT-ALL’.
For many years, millions of people from across the world, particularly in Africa have battled with various forms of ailments, resulting mainly from diseases that are practically preventable and avoidable.
Globally, there is much uncertainty. The US for example recorded 7.5 per cent rise in prices in January 2022 from 2021. According to analysts and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this is the highest level to hit America in 40 years.
The Electronic Transfer Levy, popularly referred to as E-Levy, as assented to on March 31, 2022, is said to be imposed on electronic transfers to enhance revenue mobilisation by broadening the tax base and providing for related matters.