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Economic growth stagnating ..as minority predicts new taxes in 2019 budget

The Minority in parliament are projecting new taxes to deal with the financial sector mess that have been created by government in the 2019...

PIAC worried over ‘gifting’ of oil cash

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has expressed worry over the whereabouts of petroleum cash given to organisations like the Microfinance and Small...

Gov’t must increase taxes to cater for rising expenditure – Ken...

The only way government can meet its revenue targets in the short-term while maintaining its expenditure level is to increase taxes across the board...

Stop borrowing, increase tax and focus on agric – Ken Thompson

Dalex Finance’s CEO Ken Thompson has called on the government to increase taxes across board and cut its expenditure to help save the economy...

Parliament to summon Education Minister over GETFund allocations

The Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, is likely to appear before Parliament this week to explain why the 2018 GETFund allocation formula failed...

Tertiary schools take lion’s share of GETFund allocation

Parliament has approved a total of GH¢924m GETFund allocation for the 2018 fiscal year, with the largest tranche of GH¢328million or over 35 percent...

Parliament approves GH₵924m as 2018 GETFund Distribution Formula

Parliament has approved GH₵924m as GETFund Distribution Formula for the 2018 fiscal year. Of the allocation, tertiary institutions are the highest beneficiaries, with an amount...

School feeding enrolment to increase to 2.1m

As part of measures to sustain the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP), the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has indicated that it...

We’ll make Ghana education hub – Ofori-Atta declares

capitation grant up to GH¢10 No BECE registration fee Income tax waived for private varsities In a bid to attract investors into the...

Ghana among top education spenders in Africa

With an allocation of over 6 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Ghana’s spending on education is among the highest in Africa, a World...

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