• Call for a Review of Ghana Mining Laws - AllAfrica.com
    Call for a Review of Ghana Mining LawsAllAfrica.comAccra — THE Chairman of the Ghana Association of Small Scale Miners, Amissah-Arthur, has called for a review of the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (ACT 703) to empower miners and enhance the industry's contribution to economic growth. He said the ...and more »
  • Ghana's piracy laws must be reviewed – Maritime Expert - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineGhana's piracy laws must be reviewed – Maritime ExpertCitifmonline“Generally in the sub region a number of countries do have very outdated legislation so we should be working to update our legislation so that we can deal with the complex issues of piracy and other piratical related violence,” he stated on Eyewitness ...Hijacked Nigerian ship: BNI takes over investigationsGhanaWeball 45 news articles »
  • EC codifies election laws - Vibe Ghana
    spyghana.comEC codifies election lawsVibe GhanaThe Electoral Commission (EC), has summarised laws governing its operations into a booklet known as the “Electoral Laws of Ghana” to provide education to political parties and other stakeholders. Dr Kwadwo Afari Gyan, EC Chairman, who launched the ...EC Gives Meaning to The Electoral Laws of Ghanaspyghana.comall 3 news articles »
  • 'Youth Employment Bill must not gather dust' - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWeb'Youth Employment Bill must not gather dust'GhanaWebMeanwhile, Mr Mumuni Sulemana, Upper West Regional Director of the National Youth Authority (NYA), in an interview with the GNA, lauded the call by the Youth Parliament, saying it was about time the youth woke up to demand from leadership what was ...and more »
  • Ghana won't go back to HIPC – Majority - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebGhana won't go back to HIPC – MajorityGhanaWebReacting to the Minority's position on the budget on Eyewitness News, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ketu North said all the loans which have been acquired by government are currently being judiciously used for various infrastructure projects.NDC MPs dismiss claims by NPP minority caucus about imminent revision of ...Ghana Broadcasting Corporationall 17 news articles »
  • Judicial staff must lead fight against corruption – Chief Justice - Vibe Ghana
    Vibe GhanaJudicial staff must lead fight against corruption – Chief JusticeVibe GhanaThe Chief Justice said the December 2014 Afrobarometre Report indicated that 85 per cent of the Ghanaian public perceived judges and magistrate as corrupt and asked the staff to rise and save the image of the Service. “We know that we have only 400 ...Judicial corruption “worst form of corruption” – CJStarr 103.5 FMall 11 news articles »
  • Bring gold scammers to justice – Mahama to judges - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebBring gold scammers to justice – Mahama to judgesGhanaWebPresident John Mahama has urged five new Court of Appeal Judges he swore in on Wednesday January 28, 2015 to deal with the issue of gold scammers so as to protect the investment opportunities which the commodity offers Ghana. “There are few ...President Mahama Tells Judges To Be 'Sober'GhanaControl your temper - President advises judgesspyghana.comPresident Mahama Swears-in 5 New Appeal Court JudgesGhana Broadcasting CorporationCitifmonlineall 14 news articles »
  • 'Ghana must adopt Production Sharing Agreement for oil revenue' - GhanaWeb
    Ghana Broadcasting Corporation'Ghana must adopt Production Sharing Agreement for oil revenue'GhanaWebMr Kwawukume said all the oil and gas agreements and contracts approved by Parliament were modelled to suit the Modern Concession laws, which were not in the statute books when they were being signed and were, therefore, unconstitutional.Withdraw Petroleum Exploration And Production Bill Before Parliament - NGO ...Ghana Broadcasting Corporationall 4 news articles »
  • New Electoral Laws for 2016 - Ghanaian Chronicle
    New Electoral Laws for 2016Ghanaian ChronicleThe EC boss continued that currently, Ghana's electoral laws consist of articles in the constitution, statutes, decrees and constitutional as well as constitutional and legislative instruments. This publication, according to him, is offered to ...
  • Corruption is still prevalent in Ghana because….- Alban Bagbin - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineCorruption is still prevalent in Ghana because….- Alban BagbinCitifmonlineMr. Alban Bagbin, the Majority Leader in Parliament, has said Ghanaians have too much tolerance for corruption, hence, the lack of moral courage to fight the canker. This attitude of the citizenry towards corruption, he said, was part of the reason why ...Ghanaians tolerance for corruption is too much – BagbinVibe GhanaGhanaians tolerance for corruption unacceptable – BagbinGhanaWebDonor partners withhold $600m Ghana pledgespyghana.comGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 17 news articles »