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Huawei: UK’s Evidence-Based Decision Good for More Advanced and Secure Telecoms Infrastructure

Huawei is reassured by the UK government’s confirmation to allow it to participate in the country’s 5G roll-out. Victor Zhang, Vice-President, Huawei, said in a statement...

New Banknotes- Government to Still Pursue Cashless Society

Dr. Ernest Addison, the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has assured Ghanaians that the Central Bank has not shifted away from its policy of pursuing a cashless...

Government to introduce e-Visa next year

The Government of Ghana has announced its intention to launch the electronic Visa (E-Visa) system next year, to speed up the Visa acquisition process and boost tourism.

NIA Appease Citizens with Extension of Ghana Card Registration

After an outcry, by citizens in the Northern, North East and Savanah Regions of Ghana, the National Identification Authority (NIA) has extended the ongoing mass registration (GhanaCard registration )...

Sesi Technologies wins GoGettaz Agripreneur Prize

Out of the 12 finalists who pitched at the Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF 2019), Isaac Sesi, Founder of Sesi Technologies came out successful as one of the two winners of...

Global Epidemic Prevention Mobile App Launched in Ghana

A Global Epidemic Prevention mobile app has been launched in Ghana by the Ghana Health Service in partnership with an ICT Technology company, Korea Telecom.

Ghanaian Public Sector Workers to be Paid via E-zwich

Vice President of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated that Government will be paying all public sector workers via e-zwich, to help eliminate ghost workers.

Nominations for 2019 Ghana Energy Awards Opened

Earlier this week, Ghana Energy Awards (GEA) opened its 2019 nominations aimed at recognizing the accomplishments of various organisations and individuals within the country’s energy sector.

Mid-year Budget Review 2019-Government to Redraw Luxury Vehicles Levy

Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta yesterday revealed that the government of Ghana intends to redraw the luxury vehicles Levy in response to an outcry from the general public.

Government of Ghana to Adjust Communication Service Tax Upwards

Ghana's Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, yesterday July 29, 2019 whiles reading the Mid-year Budget Review indicated that, Government intends to adjust the Communication Service Tax (CST) introduced in...

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