• Nigerian traders express concerns about Ghana's Trade Laws - spyghana.com
    Nigerian traders express concerns about Ghana's Trade Lawsspyghana.comNigerian Traders in Ghana on Wednesday said the implementation of the country's trade law which prohibits foreigners from engaging in retail business would bring about serious consequence to them. Nigerian They have therefore appealed to the ...and more »
  • Ghana: Judges threaten to sue government over unpaid allowances - The Africa Report
    Vibe GhanaGhana: Judges threaten to sue government over unpaid allowancesThe Africa Report"The tradition has been that judges did not express opinion on their legitimate demands, but it is time for them to make lawful demands," he added, describing their intended legal action as "realistic" and the last resort to address their grievances ...Work harder to build well respected judiciary – CJVibe Ghanaall 7 news articles »
  • Ghana Parliament Approves Ten Different Loan Agreements - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationGhana Parliament Approves Ten Different Loan AgreementsGhana Broadcasting CorporationParliament has approved ten different Loan Agreements between the Government of Ghana and Seven International Financing Banks and their partners for various credit facilities to undertake some key infrastructural projects. The projects include the ...Ebola: Parliament to grill Health MinistryCitifmonlineall 8 news articles »
  • Battling the 'Monsanto law' in Ghana - New Internationalist (blog)
    New Internationalist (blog)Battling the 'Monsanto law' in GhanaNew Internationalist (blog)The national parliament is due to return from its summer break and first thing on the agenda is the government's Plant Breeders Bill. The proposed legislation contains rules that would restrict farmers from an age-old practice: freely saving, swapping ...and more »
  • CHRAJ-type Chop-Chop in Parliament - GhanaWeb
    CHRAJ-type Chop-Chop in ParliamentGhanaWebHowever, intelligence reports available to The aLhAJJ indicate that is not the case, at least in the case of the flamboyant Speaker of the Ghana's Parliament, Rt. Hon Edward Korbly Doe Adjaho's handling of ongoing renovation works at the nation's ...and more »
  • Apathetic parliamentarians dangerous to Ghana – Sydney Casley Hayford - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebApathetic parliamentarians dangerous to Ghana – Sydney Casley HayfordGhanaWebThere are only a group of people who are committed and dedicated enough and who go to Parliament and work actively in order to get matters stable. About 60 percent of them hardly go to work under the guise that they are going to see their constituents ...and more »
  • "If 275 MPs make laws for Ghana, 740 delegates can make me Prez" - GhanaWeb
    Peace FM Online"If 275 MPs make laws for Ghana, 740 delegates can make me Prez"GhanaWebOsei Kyei-Mensa-Bonsu, Minority Leader in Parliament and MP for Suame; F.F. Anto, 3rd National NPP Vice Chairman; Hon. Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, MP for Kwadaso; Hon. Isaac Asiamah, MP for Atwima Mponua; Hon. Elizabeth Agyeman, Chairperson of ...If 275 MPs Make Laws For Ghana, 740 Delegates Can Make Me A Prez - Nana ...Peace FM OnlineNo one asked us to support Akufo-Addo - Joe Ghartey & Osei Ameyaw declareGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 102 news articles »
  • The Danger of Free Press To Ghana's Democracy-Part I - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comThe Danger of Free Press To Ghana's Democracy-Part Ispyghana.comSomehow, in addition to making them more affordable, readership and circulation of newspapers need expanding in the Ghanaian body politic with a view to placing them in constructive engagement with public psychology. They need also be made more ...and more »
  • Parliament Is Determined To Defy Democracy-Group - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comParliament Is Determined To Defy Democracy-Groupspyghana.comThe statement asked: “The infamous Clause 23 of the bill puts the rights of corporations above the laws of Ghana, to be decided by a tribunal of 'business-friendly' Judges. Will those corporate judges protect the interests of Ghana's farmers and ...
  • Ghana struggles to reintegrate 'witches' - Deutsche Welle
    Deutsche WelleGhana struggles to reintegrate 'witches'Deutsche WelleMoreover, Ghana's constitution protects the fundamental human rights of every person. The Ghanaian Commission on Human Rights is part of the reintegration committee. "The constitution of Ghana prohibits banishment," its principal investigator in Tamale ...and more »