The Public Accounts Committee (PAC)of Ghana's Parliament will begin its public hearing on the Auditor General's (AG) Report on some key institutions from Tuesday April 25 to 28 this year.
Mr Mustapha Hamid, Minister for Information has stated the resolve of the Ministry of Information to re-brand the government.
Ghana’s long-standing challenges can only be overcome through ambitious and sustained reforms in key policy areas which go beyond the central government to encompass the broader public sector, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief of Mission, Natalia Koliadina, has indicated.
Unused drugs either unfit for use, expired or not needed must be disposed-off using the appropriate methods to avoid the health disorders they might possibly pose to human life and the environment.
The Minister for Tourism, Culture and the Creative Arts, Madam Catherine Afeku, has assured the people of Osu and Ga Traditional Councils that the project dubbed: Marine Drive Project will benefit all and that nobody would be marginalized.
Ghana and the Czech Republic have signed a Double Taxation Agreement. The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori Atta, and the Czech Ambassador to Ghana, Margita Fuschova, respectively signed on behalf of both countries.
A round table discussion on the proposed creation of the Office of Special Prosecutor (OSP) has taken place in Accra.
An eleven-member reconstituted Board of Trustees of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has been inaugurated in Accra.