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Development

The Extractive industry and Galamsey in Ghana

Ghana is home to a lot of mineral resources and gold is no doubt one of our main minerals that generate revenue for the country. However, mining activities by the extractive industry has posed serious threats to the country. I... Continue Reading →

Collective Power

Kudos to Ghana for credible elections, congratulations to President elect Nana Akuffo Addo for emerging victorious and President John Mahama for conceding. I must add that before now, I had never seen impassioned Ghanaian youth about a common cause like... Continue Reading →

Missing Links

Outcomes of the Ninth (9TH) Joint Annual Meetings of the African Union Specialized Technical Committee on Finance, Monetary Affairs, Economic Planning and Integration and the Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to shape the relationship between Urbanization and Industrialization.... Continue Reading →

Why the Agenda 2063 and Sustainable Development Goals will work

H.E. Anthony Mothae Maruping Commissioner for Economic Affairs African Union Commission at a press conference in the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) on the Ninth (9TH) Joint Annual Meetings of the African Union Specialized Technical Committee on Finance, Monetary Affairs,... Continue Reading →

The Filth In Our Cities, Tax Pays for Waste Management

Towards an Integrated and Coherent Approach to Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Agenda 2063 and the SDGs  Walking on the streets of Accra the Millennium city of Ghana, one comes across a lot of interesting scenes and sights that leave the individual... Continue Reading →

Measuring corruption in Africa

African Leaders meet in Addis Ababa for the African Development Week, AU-ECA Conference of Ministers to discuss Towards an Integrated and Coherent Approach to Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Agenda 2063 and the SDGs held in Ethiopia. Some of the key objectives of... Continue Reading →

HOW TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION, TAX PAYS FOR GOOD ROADS

The current state of our roads and the carnage on our roads has been of a major concern in recent times to all nationals and visitors. It is ‘easy’ for one to drive through potholes or ‘potwells’ when navigating his... Continue Reading →

THE CRACKS IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM: TAX AS CEMENT

Education in Ghana was informal before contact with the Europeans, in the informal setting people served as apprentices and understudied their masters. With time, they gained the relevant knowledge and skills hands on to start the business or the profession... Continue Reading →

#TaxPower The Narrow way to Development

  The world in which governments function is rapidly changing from what it used to be. Public agencies are expected to cooperate with each other, with non-profit organizations and others to use strategic ways to manage and deliver services in... Continue Reading →

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