Ghana’s total public debt stock reached GHC105.1 billion at the end of May 2016, representing 66.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as against GHC104.5 billion at the end of April 2016, representing 66.3 percent of GDP.
Urine from India’s indigenous Bos indicus cows, which are considered sacred by Hindus, is a hot commodity. That’s thanks in large part to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who’s introduced programs over the past two years to protect the milk-producing animals and support industries derived from their waste.
Smartphones are increasing opportunities in Ghana and about 70% of micro-entrepreneurs are likely to face difficulties continuing their business without a smartphone, a new report published by the Vodafone Group.
The Minister of Finance, Mr Seth Terkper has explained that allowances and pensions are being taxed under the new income tax law, Act 896, 2015, because they are all forms of income no matter how they are earned.
Executive Director of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe thinks the migration of public sector workers onto the Single Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS) was very “unwise” on the part of past managers of the economy.