â€œI am not a politician! I donâ€™t like to be involved in their somewhat game of intrigue!â€ These are just a few refrains that are shared by those who perceive the activities of politics or government as an isolated or one that has little or no effect on them personally but as polls open in the worldâ€™s largest economy, U.S.,
Ghana has moved an impressive 13 places up on the Trading Across Borders in the latest World Bank Ease of Doing Business Report, an indication that the Ghana National Single Window (GNSW) programme initiated by the government is already paying off.
Ahead of parliament going on break on Thursday, November 3, 2016 for the December 7 polls, officials of the finance ministry have tendered in documents to parliament for fund approval for the phase 2 of the Tamale Airport to take off.
It brings a chill feeling on existing and potential investors of Africaâ€™s second largestÂ economy, South Africa, whom in the last three weeks have been under a frenzy as the nationâ€™s finance chief came under vicious attackÂ expressed in charges of fraud leveled against him: charges that are widely speculated to have been politically motivated by President Jacob Zuma or his close aides.
In a move that should essentially take customer experience to the next level, Vodafone Ghana has announced that it is introducing mobile data relief packages for customers who experience Fixed Broadband Faults.
A Presidential Special Task Force leading negotiations for the procurement of a $1.5 billion from the China Development Bank is set to expend a total of $6 million dollars while shuttling between Ghana and China.
A lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, Dr Kobby Mensah has called on marketers to use the profession to positively influence the socio-political landscape of the country and enhance national cohesion.
African business leaders must stop associating their businesses to political parties to avoid political risk that will affect the stable environment currently existing in Sub-Sahara Africa, a renowned Financial Services Executive, Komi S. Klu has said.