Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire grow about 60% of the world cocoa, contributing to about 2.5 million tonnes a year. However, different cocoa policies in these two countries including price differences […]
West African Mills Company Limited (WAMCO) is a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA), signed in 1992, between Ghana Cocoa Board and Walter Schroeder of Germany, of which the COCOBOD is a […]
The importance of teacher education in shaping national development cannot be underemphasised. Teacher education plays a crucial role in preparing individuals to ensure that teaching and learning process happen in […]
There have been several attempts by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to resurrect a debate on their infamous Green Book. The book which they claim catalogued number of supposed […]
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Government since assuming office in 2017 has implemented number of policies and initiatives all geared towards to attainment of Ghana Beyond Aid agenda. Ghana Beyond […]
2020 Voters’ Register in Ghana: To Compile Or Not Compile, A Decision For The Electoral Commission Alone?
BACKGROUND The credibility of every election hinges on the electoral process which includes stakeholder consultation, voter registration and election day voting. One key important process of ensuring credible, free and […]
Governments in most countries are the largest spenders. Government spending comes largely through procurement and other forms of recurrent expenditure. In securing goods, the fundamental objective for any government is […]
Auditor General’s Accumulative Leave: Is Corruption Fighting The Auditor General or His Indiscretion?
What seem to be a normal practice for employees have generated controversies. The President asked the Auditor General to take his accumulated leave of 123 days. This has generated a […]
Speaking at the 2018 Annual Health Summit in Accra, the Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia revealed the intension of government to use drones to distribute blood and other essential medical […]