CID stops GH¢326m bank theft, grabs 12 suspects.
The Financial Forensics Unit (FFU) of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, has arrested 12 suspects in the biggest ever cybercrime burst in recent history.
Custom officers from Ghana’s neighboring West African countries will before the end of this year have a presence at the ports of Ghana.
The National Association of Nigerian Traders is warning the quit notice issued to foreigners operating in the Ghanaian retail business sector could spark xenophobic attacks.
The Ministry for Employment and Labour Relations has directed all employers to adjust employees’ wages upwards by 10 per cent effective January 2019.
Audio: Silver News 03-08-2018 6am
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