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Imbibe professional skills, knowledge in students – CILT-Ghana The President of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT-Ghana) has urged universities in the country to imbibe into students professional skills and knowledge in addition to their academic qualifications to enable them meet the demands in the job market. According to him employers are now seeking for prospective job seekers with professional skills and knowledge in addition to their academic qualifications since it has become a
THE  GOVERNING COUNCIL OF CILT GHANA  CALLS ON THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE GHANA SHIPPERS AUTHORITY (GSA) A delegation of the Governing Council of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Ghana led by its President, Mr. Ebo Hammond on Thursday the 7th of September, 2017 paid a courtesy call on the newly appointed Chief Executive of the Ghana Shippers Authority (GSA), Ms. Benonita Bismarck, to formally welcome her into office and share ideas on
Controversial road towing levy to be implemented by Sep 1 The Parliamentary Committee on Roads and Transport has recommended to the government to go ahead with the contract it signed with a private company for the towing of break-down and abandoned vehicles on the roads. The Chairman of the committee, Mr Samuel Ayeh-Paye, told journalists on Tuesday that the execution of the contract, signed in 2016, would ensure that break-down vehicles were cleared from the
South Africa: Train derails after thieves stole part of rail tracks The Phelophepa Healthcare Train’s locomotive has derailed between Carolina and Waterval-Boven in Mpumalanga after a piece of the railway line was allegedly stolen. Transnet’s rail freight services spokesperson Clement Maphaba said a part of the train track was allegedly stolen which caused the train’s locomotive to derail at around 10:00 on Saturday morning, Netwerk24 reported. The train driver saw the broken track ahead and

Importers resist 0.2% AU levy

Posted by Frank on June 20, 2017
Category: Institute and Industry, News
Importers resist 0.2% AU levy Even before the 0.2 per cent levy for the African Union (AU) levy takes effect, importers are already registering their displeasure with its imposition. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo announced at the weekend that cabinet had approved the levy which would soon be tabled before Parliament for passage into law. As a source of funding to the AU, the importers, led by the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) and