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February 23, 2018 9:58 AM New law to track VAT electronically in the offing

Parliament will soon pass a law that will track all VAT issued at various retail centers across the country. The Fiscal Electronic Device Bill is expected to connect all Point of Sale (PoS) devices with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA)’s systems. The move is to ensure that VAT issuing companies do not under declare their values and also punish tax evaders 71

February 21, 2018 12:14 PM AMA introduces waste segregation program in SHSs

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has introduced a waste segregation program in some Senior High Schools in the capital. According to the AMA, the program forms part of efforts to inculcate a waste management culture in the citizenry. “We really want to stop littering, because if there are a lot of bins in the school, the students will not be littering 63

February 15, 2018 5:30 AM Importers resist Customs’ Cargo Tracking Notes policy

Businesses at the ports are opposing customs new policy, the Cargo Tracking Notes (CTN), saying it will add unto their cost of production. The CTN is expected to track all imports to Ghana to reduce revenue losses with under declaration. Even before its implementation in March 2018, the businesses say they will be disadvantaged. The freight forwarders 68

October 31, 2017 1:16 AM Paul Manafort’s ‘lavish lifestyle’ highlighted in indictment

A few years before he became Donald Trump’s campaign chairman, longtime Republican political operative Paul Manafort went on a spending spree with money funneled through a network of offshore bank accounts, a federal indictment unsealed Monday alleges. He bought a $1.5 million brownstone in a trendy New York neighborhood, and a $1.9 million home in Arlington 109

October 25, 2017 5:16 AM Solutions to recurring gas explosions; beyond the blame game [Article]

The proliferation of petrol and gas filling stations across the country has raised safety concerns amidst the less than satisfactory compliance with minimum environmental safety requirement in the operations of these facilities. Available statistics indicate that between 2014 and 2017, Ghana has witnessed eight major gas explosions – the Kwame Nkrumah 84

October 18, 2017 1:05 AM How A Fitness Tracker Could Save Your Life

Trending News: How An Apple Watch Saved This Man's Life An alert on James Green's Apple Watch notified him that something was wrong and it turned out, something was. Besides the fact that you don't really need a watch anyway, smartwatches do have some cool functions like fitness tracking, taking calls and oh yeah, saving your life. James Green, a 28-year-old 88

October 5, 2017 4:42 PM Conference on migration begins at University of Ghana

Other topics include conflict, forced migration and international policy, determinants of migration, migration within Africa: defining the governance challenge; remittances and family left behind; immigration integration, transnationalism and societal relations among sub-Saharan African immigrants, as well as understanding the root causes of migration 72

September 28, 2017 7:50 PM Over 10,000 passports uncollected

The Director of passports, Enos Emmanuel, has revealed that over ten thousand (10,000) Ghanaian passports are currently ready for use, but are yet to be picked up by their rightful owners. 
Speaking at a media briefing on passport acquisition in Accra, he said majority of the applicants have refused the show up for their passports despite completing 32

September 12, 2017 8:55 PM Marouane Fellaini the catalyst on Man United's Champions League return

Manchester United dominated throughout on their way to a 3-0 win over Basel in the opening game of their return to the UEFA Champions League. The only major downside was the hamstring injury to Paul Pogba. United were incisive, their passing and movement several levels beyond Basel at times, and their goals again came from a range of scorers -- the crucial 92

September 9, 2017 7:37 AM Strategize to achieve SDGs differently – Gov’t urged

The Chairperson of the Editor’s Forum, Ajoa Yeboah-Afari, is of the view that government should focus on providing potable water in homes rather than in communities. According to her, although communal pipes and boreholes have been helpful, it was time government provided water to households. “Of course when the government, or a benevolent organisation 53