Wednesday, Sep 23

Ghana’s resilient economic growth depends on government’s oil and gas sector strategy

Ghana’s resilient economic growth depends on government’s oil and gas sector strategy

Ghana’s economy had an impressive growth rate of 8.5% percent in 2017, the highest recorded in five years.

A GHANA BEYOND AID: The quest for Economic Independence

A GHANA BEYOND AID: The quest for Economic Independence

Ghana’s freedom from colonial rule was sealed on 6th March 1957 when the country became the first in Sub Saharan Africa

Ghana’s Economy – charting a new fiscal path in an election year

Ghana’s Economy – charting a new fiscal path in an election year

It is 2016! And another electioneering process beckons in Ghana as the country goes to the polls in Nov2016.

Ghana: Rationalizing the 2017 tax incentives and implications for Ghana’s Economy

Ghana: Rationalizing the 2017 tax incentives and implications for Ghana’s Economy

Fondly called “The Asempa Budget” but with the goal of “sowing the seeds for growth and jobs”, Ghana’s 2017

Ghana’s Economy: Elevated Fiscal Risk amidst Cautious Growth Prospects

Fragile macroeconomic stability on weak economic fundamentals: Ghana’s macroeconomic condition in 2016 was fairly

The Manhyia Divisional Police Command in the Ashanti Region has arrested a wedded woman (wife) and her boyfriend for conniving to kill her husband at Pamen near Kwabeng in the Eastern Region.

The two were arrested after they mistakenly called the cell phone number for the Manhyia Divisional Police Commander, instead of the would-be contract killer.

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