• Parliament condemns illicit trade of tobacco products - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament condemns illicit trade of tobacco productsGhanaWebGHANA'S PREMIER WRITING SERVICES · HOUSING 4 LIFE HOUSING 4 LIFE You can now own your Dream house · LOSE WEIGHT IN 9 DAYS LOSE WEIGHT IN 9 DAYS 0206923366 · For Love or Money? For Love or Money? How to spot a gold digger!World No Tobacco Day: Health Ministry Cautions Against Harmful Effects Of ...Ghana Broadcasting Corporationall 460 news articles »
  • Limit banks' investment in treasury bills; Amoah cautions Parliament, Bank of ... - Graphic Online
    Graphic OnlineLimit banks' investment in treasury bills; Amoah cautions Parliament, Bank of ...Graphic OnlineThe Chief Executive of Progeny Ventures, Dr Kofi Amoah, has called on Parliament and the Bank of Ghana to enact laws that limit commercial banks' investment in treasury bills. That, he said, would help free up funds to support a fast-track private ...and more »
  • Coalition expresses confidence in Ghana's parliament to pass RTI Bill - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comCoalition expresses confidence in Ghana's parliament to pass RTI Billspyghana.comSometime in March 2014, the RTI Coalition began a series of publications to highlight the major concerns on the RTI Bill currently in Parliament. After series of engagement with CSOs, the Parliamentary Select Committee reviewed all the areas of concern ...
  • 'Parliament's move undermines campaign for made-in-Ghana goods' - Graphic Online
    Graphic Online'Parliament's move undermines campaign for made-in-Ghana goods'Graphic OnlineThe 2012 presidential candidate of the Progressive People's Party (PPP), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has chastised Parliament for importing furniture from China for its Job 600 office complex, saying it undermines the national resolve to promote local businesses.and more »
  • Ghana for you: Parliament approves 'dining hall' Minister - Pulse.com.gh
    Ghana Broadcasting CorporationGhana for you: Parliament approves 'dining hall' MinisterPulse.com.ghParliament has approved Kwabena Mintah Akandoh as Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources. Mr. Akandoh had a tough time defending the inclusion of the position as dining hall prefect he held in Secondary School as work experience during his ...Parliament approves five Ministerial NomineesGhana Broadcasting CorporationParliament approves five Ministers and Deputiesspyghana.comall 4 news articles »
  • If you doubt GFA's finances, go to Parliament – GFA Boss - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineIf you doubt GFA's finances, go to Parliament – GFA BossCitifmonlineIncensed by claims of corruption at the Ghana Football Association (GFA), the President of the Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi has directed anyone who doubts the credibility of its accounts to make a request to Parliament's Public Accounts Committee for ...
  • Togbui Afede has not violated Ghana's Constitution – NDC - Starr 103.5 FM
    Starr 103.5 FMTogbui Afede has not violated Ghana's Constitution – NDCStarr 103.5 FMThe ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is against assertions that Togbui Afede XIV has violated a section of the Constitution which bars chiefs from partisan politics after agreeing to serve on the party's economic committee. According to party ...Togbe Afede declines offer to serve on NDC committeeGhanaWeball 28 news articles »
  • Parliament urges government to stop human trafficking - spyghana.com
    spyghana.comParliament urges government to stop human traffickingspyghana.comParliament on Wednesday expressed disquiet on Ghana being identified as a source, transit point and destination country for human trafficking, urging government to commit adequate resources to halt the growing menace. wpid-human-trafficking.jpg ...Parliament expresses concern over human traffickingGhanaWebParliament worried over human traffickingBusinessGhanaall 7 news articles »
  • Occupy Ghana threatens to sue gov't over GYEEDA, NYEP - Citifmonline
    CitifmonlineOccupy Ghana threatens to sue gov't over GYEEDA, NYEPCitifmonlinePressure Group Occupy Ghana is threatening to sue government if it fails to provide the full report on investigations into the financial malfeasance among other issues, at the National Youth Employment Program (NYEP) and the Ghana Youth Employment and ...and more »
  • Drivers resume work as DVLA suspends new regulations - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebDrivers resume work as DVLA suspends new regulationsGhanaWebBut according to the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) Chairman for Ashaiman, Alex Kyeremeh, all agitated commercial drivers have been asked to resume work following a decision by the DVLA to suspend the implementation until further notice ...Ghana: New Road Traffic Regulations Policy Spark Street ProtestsThe Africa ReportDVLA respond to concerns of driver AssociationBusinessGhanaDrivers in some parts of Accra going on normal business despite strikespyghana.comallghananews.com -Vibe Ghana -Citifmonlineall 48 news articles »