Here are today's newspaper headlines
TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES BROUHAHA RAGES AS SHIPPING LINES IGNORE DIRECTIVES
The leadership of key business association that constitute a critical mass of the shipping industry have called on the government to, as a matter of urgency, put to order some ‘recalcitrant’shipping lines/agents that have ignored the directive to scrap terminal handling charges imposed on shippers in the country.
GDP GROWTH SLUMPS TO 2.5%
The country’s GDP for the second quarter has plummeted to 2.5% from the 4.8% recorded in the first quarter of 2016, on the back of technical challenges on the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah which decelerated oil production, the Statistical Service has said.
TILAPIA, CASHEW DRAW VIETNAMESE INVESTORS
Vietnamese investors currently on a one-week working visit to Ghana are seeking to establish joint ventures with Ghanaian partners in the production of tilapia, cashew, and rice.
PROCEEDS FROM GOLD HIT $2.43 BILLION
Corrupt heads of schools to be dismissed
Time to fumigate Judiciary against corruption - Atuguba
TROUBLE HITS EC: GH¢50,000 FILING FEE IN LIMBO
The Electoral Commission has come under heavy criticism for some of the demands it is making from the presidential and the parliamentary candidates for the December general elections.
123 COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOLS MISSING
It is becoming evident that the ruling NDC is struggling to locate most of the 123 Community Day Senior High Schools that it claims to have built.
PRAYE BACKS NANA ADDO WITH SONG
Akufo Addo is my target... Hassan Ayariga confesses
Mahama & NDC have neglected us..Mills' people cry
Elmina Castle Under Threat