Gov't lost GH¢4 billion in tax exemptions in 2016 — Kwarteng
From January next year, companies applying for tax exemptions will do so online, as the government plans to roll out a paperless tax exemption system to block the revenue leakages that recur with the current manual system.
The Minority’s Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, is unconvinced by the apology from Ghana’s High Commissioner to South Africa, George Ayisi Boateng, for publicly declaring a bias towards New Patriotic Party (NPP) members in his dealings.
Rawlings: Akufo-Addo inherited national corruption at its worst
Former President Jerry John Rawlings says until Ghanaians assume the right, duty and responsibility to assist in confronting the fight against corruption, government would have a hard time doing it alone.
Mahama had no hand in COCOBOD guest house – Mogtari
The office of John Mahama has refuted claims that the former president influenced the construction of a guest house in his hometown of Bole, in the Northern Region, using funds belonging to the Ghana Cocoa Board, for his personal comfort.