‘Pull breaks on CTN, engage us more’ – GNCCI to GRA

The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) is alarmed at the apparent defiance by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to go ahead with the Cargo Tracking Notes policy despite the call to engage stakeholders further. The GNCCI is the latest business group to have urged the GRA to pull the breaks on the […]

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It is no news if you save $50m on AMERI renegotiation – Adam Mutawakil suggests

The Minority is adopting a wait and see attitude as Energy Minister John Peter Amewu brags over a supposed $50million savings made after a second attempt at renegotiating the controversial AMERI deal. Ranking member on the Energy Committee Adam Mutawakilu said it will be no news at all if indeed it is true that government […]

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Naby Keita: Liverpool midfielder set for scan after injury

Keita suffered a back injury against Napoli earlier this month but returned for Liverpool’s game against Manchester City before the international break Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita will have a scan when he returns to the club after being injured playing for Guinea. Keita hurt his hamstring in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw in Rwanda in an Africa […]

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SAMCF condemn attacks on Tijjaniyya Muslim youth

The Sheikh Abdullah Maikano Charity Foundation (SAMCF) has condemned an attack on some Muslim youth believed to be from the Tijjaniyya sect a couple of weeks ago. The youth had gathered in front of a mosque after Friday prayers when they were attacked by some other Muslim youth who accused them of making uncomplimentary remarks […]

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Prioritise employees as enabling stakeholders in businesses – PR Consultant

Business owners have been advised to identify and prioritize their employees as crucial stakeholders who can positively or negatively impact their operations. Speaking on business development programme Masterclass on Wednesday, PR Strategist and Principal Consultant at Mahogany Consult, Esi Essuman Johnson also emphasized the need to identify stakeholders as the cornerstone of effective communication in […]

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Subah Reaches end of Contract Settlement with GRA

Date: Oct 16, 2018 8:04pm SubahInfosolutions has agreed an out of court settlement with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). The value of the settlement is approximately three months service fee GH¢16,440,226 which SubahInfosolutions will have earned during the remainder of the contract. The parties have also agreed to an independent value-for-money audit of the assets […]

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ACEP demands basis for direct negotiations for oil blocks

Benjamin Boakye – Executive Director, ACEP The African Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) is demanding answers over the existence of direct negotiations in the allocation of oil blocks. In ACEP’s view, this contravenes aspects of the law which states that a petroleum agreement shall only be entered into after an open, transparent and competitive tender […]

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Kokomba Market fire: One person in critical condition

 One person is currently in critical condition at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after her property and other structures at the ‘Konkomba’ Market in Accra was ravaged by fire Residents believe the fire Tuesday, which has affected more than 200 people might have been caused by an electrical fault. Joy News’ Ernest Kojo Manu who was […]

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