The Commissioner of Insurance, Mr Justice Ofori, has advised Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and Chief Finance Officers (CFOs) of insurance companies in the country to take advantage of the risk management opportunities occasioned by the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. He said this when he was advising them to...
The hue and cry about domestic workers having a regulation to govern their activities in Ghana and abroad is no longer an illusion but a reality.  Domestic work is one of the world’s oldest occupations. It basically refers to domestic chores performed in a home or domestic setting. The...
The International Day of Rural Women has been held in Tamale, the Northern regional capital with a call for an urgent need for building rural women’s resilience in the wake of COVID-19 by strengthening rural women’s sustainable livelihoods and wellbeing. This year’s event organised by the Savannah Women Integrated Development Agency...
World Bank Chief Economist Carmen Reinhart has said the coronavirus pandemic is turning into a major economic crisis, and warned of the possibility of a financial crisis emerging. “This did not start as a financial crisis, but it is morphing into a major economic crisis with very serious financial consequences,”...
Executive Director of the Association of Rural Banks-Ghana, Mrs. Comfort Owusu, has advised rural banks’ General Managers and CEOs to quickly adapt to change - particularly in the business environment. According to her, the external business environment and government regulatory policies have direct impacts on their activities as bankers, and...
MTN Foundation has invested a total of US$15 million in 150 projects in Ghana over the past 12 years. These investments cover areas such education, healthcare and economic empowerment. On education, the foundation has 87 projects and these are on Information Communications Technology (ICT), dormitories for some Senior High Schools,...
Today, October 16, 2020 is the 75th Anniversary of World Food Day, marking the founding of FAO, with a view to looking towards the future we need to build together. The theme for the anniversary is “Grow, nourish, sustain. Together. Our actions are our future.” As countries deal with the...
The COVID-19 crisis has devastated people’s lives, jobs, and businesses. Governments have taken forceful measures to cushion the blow, totalling a staggering US$12trillion globally. These lifelines have saved lives and livelihoods. But they are costly and, together with sharp falls in tax revenues owing to the recession, they have pushed...
As part of activities to climax Green Action Week Campaign 2020, CUTS Ghana, research, consumer protection and public policy think tank with support from Consumer International, has educated market women at Kasoa in the Central Region on innovative measures to reduce the amount of waste they generate at the...
Government is expected to accrue US$1.56billion as export tax from a US$60billion investment into the establishment of the Petrochemical Hub in the Western Region, a report of the select committee on Mines and Energy on the Petroleum Hub Development Corporation Bill. 2020 has revealed. According to the report presented to...
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