• Ghana Parliament cited for blasphemy - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana Parliament cited for blasphemyGhana Business NewsThe Parliament of Ghana has been cited for blasphemy for the contempt proceedings they held against Prof Alex Dodoo and Abubakar Ahmed (aka Blakk Rasta), at the end of which the speaker, the Right Honourable Doe Adjaho, pronounced them pardoned ...Matters Arising out of Blakk Rasta's InquisitionVibe Ghanaall 3 news articles »
  • 'Dumsor' hits Ghana's Parliament again [Video] - Citifmonline
    Citifmonline'Dumsor' hits Ghana's Parliament again [Video]CitifmonlineA major blackout has hit Ghana's Parliament forcing proceedings to come to a halt on Wednesday. This comes just a day after the Finance Minister; Seth Terkper reiterated government's promise to fix the prevailing power crisis during his mid-year budget ...Dumsor halts proceedings in Ghana ParliamentGhana Business NewsGhana's parliament plunged into darkness as energy crisis hits homeReuters AfricaBlackout hits Ghana's Parliament againStarr 103.5 FMall 22 news articles »
  • Ghana Parliament approves government issuance of $1.5b Eurobond - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana Parliament approves government issuance of $1.5b EurobondGhana Business NewsParliament on Thursday approved a request by the government to raise an amount of $1.5 billion from the European Bond Market to manage Ghana's liabilities and to support the 2015 budget. One billion dollars out of the facility would be utilized to ...Parliament approves Ghc1.5b EurobondStarr 103.5 FMall 12 news articles »
  • Ghana must review gun control laws - CCG - Starr 103.5 FM
    Starr 103.5 FMGhana must review gun control laws - CCGStarr 103.5 FMThe Christian Council of Ghana has called for a review of the country's gun control laws. The call follows the conviction of the 36-year-old man who was arrested at the Church of the President and the Chief Justice with a gun. An Accra Circuit court ...Christian Council calls for strict gun control lawsGhana Broadcasting Corporationall 2 news articles »
  • Districts have no bye-laws to protect shea trees - Vibe Ghana
    Districts have no bye-laws to protect shea treesVibe GhanaA study by the Shea Network Ghana has discovered that most districts in northern Ghana where shea trees grow, do not have bye-laws to protect and conserve that resource. The study has also found that there is no conserved area for undisturbed ...and more »
  • Parliament of Ghana sued - GhanaWeb
    GhanaWebParliament of Ghana suedGhanaWebParliament was yesterday served with a writ seeking to place an injunction on its attempt to recruit a new Director of Development. The writ was filed by 1st Law Chambers on behalf of Kofi Safo-Duodu, who has held the position for many years until he ...
  • Parliament approves $1.8 billion syndicated loan for COCOBOD - Graphic Online
    Graphic OnlineParliament approves $1.8 billion syndicated loan for COCOBODGraphic OnlineThe cocoa industry has been the backbone of Ghana's economic development over the years. The industry has created employment for millions of Ghanaians and serves as a major source of foreign exchange earner for the country. Cocoa production in ...Parliament approves $1.8bn COCOBOD loan dealStarr 103.5 FMall 29 news articles »
  • Ghana Parliament passes Petroleum Revenue Management Law - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsGhana Parliament passes Petroleum Revenue Management LawGhana Business NewsThe Bill seeks to address irregularities and operational challenges in the management of revenue from the oil and gas sector. The object of the Bill was to amend the Petroleum Revenue Management Act, 2011 (Act 815) to provide for the allocation of ...and more »
  • Public urged to be conversant with laws on imports - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsPublic urged to be conversant with laws on importsGhana Business NewsDr. JJ Nii Quartey Laryea Papafio, Chief Regional Officer, General Duties for the KIA Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) Collection, gave the advice in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, during a Tax education Seminar, held in Accra.and more »
  • Professor Alex Dodoo apologises to Parliament - Ghana Business News
    Ghana Business NewsProfessor Alex Dodoo apologises to ParliamentGhana Business NewsProfessor Alex Dodoo, Pharmacologist, and Lecturer at the School of Medicine and Dentistry of the University of Ghana, on Tuesday apologised to Parliament for describing members as ignorant of the Ebola vaccine trials. The witness appeared in person ...Professor Alex DodooGhana News AgencyProf Dodoo renders 'unconditional and irrevocable' apology to parliamentGhana Broadcasting CorporationEbola vaccine trial: Prof. Dodoo begs Parliament over Ebola commentPulse.com.ghall 13 news articles »