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GNPC seeks investors for Prestea Sankofa Gold Ltd.

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) is seeking private investors for the ailing Prestea Sankofa Gold Limited, one of the inherited unprofitable entities of...

Parliament approves 2018 Sovereign bonds

Parliament has approved the 2018 Sovereign bond and Global Depository Note (GDN) , to use US$1billion to finance the 2018 Budget, up to US$1.5billion...

NHIA targets GH₵2.3bn for 2018

The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) expects to receive a total amount of GH₵2.3bn in 2018 from the National Health Insurance Levy/SSNIT and other...

GNPC AGAIN? -Earmarks US$20m to build a Corporate Head Office -US$10m...

 Earmarks US$20m to build a Corporate Head Office -US$10m to build Operational Head Office in Takoradi -NDC MPs raise alarm; caution the decision to borrow to...

Nigerian parliament aims to pass 2018 budget on April 24

Nigerian lawmakers aim to pass the country’s 2018 spending plan on April 24, House Speaker Yakubu Dogara said on Wednesday. Dogara said the budget would...

Northern Region inaugurates One District, One Factory implementation teams

The Northern Regional office of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) has kicked start the implementation of the one district one factory (1F1F)...

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...

Majority Leader slams Muntaka, others for defying parliamentary process

Majority leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, has criticized some Members of Parliament(MPs); Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka and others for gathering signatures in order to mobilise support to...

GH₵17.8bn road debt commitment fees hang over gov’t

Roads Minister, Kwasi Amoako-Attah, has said government is expected to pay GH₵17.8billion as ‘commitment fees’ inherited from the previous administration on road contracts. He told...

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