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SIGA and SA High Commission Deepen Ties

    The South African High Commissioner Her Excellency, Grace Jeanet Mason paid a courtesy call on the Director – General of the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA), Ambassador Edward Boateng today at the SIGA Office in Accra. The purpose of the visit was to hold bilateral discussions on a potential partnership between SIGA

SIGA Collaborates with Oversight Institutions in Enhancing Supervision and Reporting for Specified Entities

  The State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA) has convened two meetings, in collaboration with the Public Enterprises Secretariat (PES) and some oversight institutions. The institutions included  the Internal Audit Agency (IAA), the Public Services Commission (PSC), the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD), the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission

PRESIDENT’S VISION OF 30% SE GDP CONTRIBUTION ON COURSE – D-G SIGA

    The Director-General of the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA), Ambassador Edward Boateng has said Ghana is making significant progress toward achieving the President’s vision of Specified Entities (SEs) contributing at least 30% to GDP. Amb. Boateng says according to recently released figures by the office of the Controller and Accountant General, Specified

SIGA Empowers Staff with Breast and Prostate Cancer Education

    The State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA) has marked the 2023 Global Breast Cancer Awareness month with talk on breast and prostate cancer. The prostate cancer education was added to ensure that male staff were not left out. The event centered around the theme, “Thrive 356”, aiming to promote proactive well-being and informed

PELT AWARDS CELEBRATES ACHIEVEMENTS IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AMONG SPECIFIED ENTITIES

    The second edition of the Public Enterprises League Table (PELT) Awards has been organized by the State Interests & Governance Authority (SIGA) in partnership with the Public Enterprises Secretariat (PES) and the Ministry of Finance (MoF). Under the theme “Developing the Economic Superhighway Through Enhanced Corporate Governance of Specified Entities,” the event acknowledged