Here are today's newspaper headlines
ECONOMIC MALAISE DAMPENS MALL FEVER
It’s been barely a decade since Accra caught the shopping mall fever, but already the excitement is waning as retailers confront the harsh of a struggling economy.
102.3% TARIFF HIKE ON PURC’S TABLE
A provisional aggregate figure of 102.3% increase that came out of a PURC meeting is undergoing further discussions, until “a certain figure that will be acceptable to the consumer and to the utility service providers” is reached.
BOG TO IMPLEMENT BASEL II/III IN 2017
The central bank is to start implementation of Basel II in mid-2017 as it seeks to enhance risk management and financial stability in the banking sector, after successful implementation of the Basel I.
NDC FIGHTS OVER JJ’s GIRL
Some elements in the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) are fighting tooth and nail to prevent the first daughter of former President Jerry John Rawlings from going to serve the party in Parliament, claiming that she is not a registered voter.
ADJAHO FOLLOWED DF ANNAN PRECEDENT
TSATSU SUES KT HAMMOND
GDP: AGRIC DROPS 12.8%
The contribution of agriculture, the backbone of Ghana’s economy, to the country’s Gross Domestic Product has dropped by an alarming 12.8% in just seven years
TSATSU, KT HAMMOND SET FOR BATTLE IN COURT
2015 BEST FARMER HAS NO FORMAL EDUCATION
LEGON, UCC AND KNUST RAKE IN GHS 25.8M
FARMERS ‘CRY’ FOR ATTENTION IN AGRIC SECTOR
WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO DEFRAUD THE STATE OF $9 MILLION
NPP VICTORY IN 2016 REQUIRES A UNIFIED PARTY EFFORT – FREDDY BLAY
GHC3 BILLION, 3,000 OUTBOARD MOTORS AND 5000 TRACTORS TO SUPPORT AGRICULTURE