Daily Archives: August 4, 2020

Connected for Better: AACSB’s Focus on Positive Societal Impact

World’s largest business education alliance seeks to highlight impactful change TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AACSB International (AACSB) announces business education’s renewed commitment and focus on creating positive societal change, demonstrating that business schools are connected for better. AACSB is leading conversations about the role of business schools as a force for good in society, a […]

Selon les nouvelles prévisions de l’IHME à propos de la COVID-19 en Éthiopie, près de 8 000 personnes décéderont d’ici au 1er novembre prochain, mais l’utilisation de masques pourrait réduire de 65 % le nombre de décès

On craint qu’après que la nation décide d’assouplir les mesures, « ce virus vicieux se propagera rapidement dans tout le pays, et en particulier à Addis-Abeba » SEATTLE, 4 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — L’Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) de l’Université de Washington prévoit que 7 872 personnes (dans une fourchette comprise entre 1 115 et 31 971) décéderont de […]

NLA reviews fast pay threshold policy

  Accra The National Lottery Authority (NLA) has resumed operations of the Fast Pay Platform with its partner Banks with a threshold payment limit of GH¢5,000 instead of the previous GH¢12,000. The payment policy is aimed at minimizing inconvenience to winners of small prizes, who have to travel to the NLA Offices to register their

Nearly 85,000 businesses still closed down – Statistical Service

Accra Nearly 85,000 businesses are still closed down as a result of COVID-19 pandemic and the related responses, the Ghana Statistical Service Business Tracker survey has shown. The report showed that more than two-thirds of the businesses that were either permanently or temporarily closed were micro-sized firms.   Professor Samuel Annim, the Government Statistician, announced

Over 770,000 workers experience reduction in wages – Survey

  Accra A Business Tracker Survey conducted by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) indicates that more than 770,000 workers (25. 7 percent of the total workforce) have their wages reduced and about 42,000 employees laid off during the country’s COVID-19 partial lockdown.   The survey conducted by GSS in collaboration with the United Nations Development