Category archives for: Economy

Tanzania: New Railway Set to be the New Regional Gateway

February 24, 2018//-The government of Tanzania is set to construct a railway line from the Indian Ocean port of Mtwara to Lake Nyasa, opening a new gateway for landlocked Zambia, Malawi and DR Congo cargo.

Why Ghana Revenue Authority Not Creative At All

Accra, February 24, 2018//-This week I attended several conferences during a seminar of the United Kingdom Ghana Chamber of Commerce on Tax Amnesty and one of digitalization of our economy organized by IMANI Ghana.

Thinking of Taking a Walk everyday? Six Reasons Why it’s Good for You

February 24, 2018//-South Africa’s new president Cyril Ramaphosa has been the talk of social media with his early morning walking routine.

Beyond Donor Dollars for Health Care: How Uganda is Thinking Outside the Box

February 24, 2018//-Over the last 15 years, there’s been a rapid increase in the number of patients receiving HIV treatment in sub-Saharan Africa.

Nigeria Could be a Key Brexit Ally

February 23, 2018//-Britain voted to exit the European Union in 2017, a decision that has now famously been termed “Brexit.”

Kenya’s Economy Gets A Significant Boost

February 23,2018//-The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is keeping the precautionary credit facility granted to Kenya in 2016, as against earlier reports of the withdrawal.

PFMA to Tame Excess Borrowing

Accra, February 23, 2018//-Some Economists have told Citi Business News they expect the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA) to restrict government’s future borrowing to specific needs.

Ghana, Burkina Faso Make Headway Towards Implementing Railway Project

Accra, February 23, GNA – Ghana and Burkina Faso have agreed to engage the services of a Transaction Advisor to assist in the implementation of the Railway Interconnectivity Project.

UNWTO Report: 2017  Bumper Year for Tourism to Continue 2018

February 23, 2018//-The UN World Tourism Organization have published healthy figures for 2017, with Europe and South America the big winners.

Could 2018 be the Year of Regional Integration?

February 23, 2018//-The African Union has launched the long-awaited “Single African Sky” initiative, aimed at opening up the continent’s fragmented airspace.

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