Here are today's newspaper reviews.
REGISTER STUDENTS AT SCHOOL’S COST – GES DIRECTS
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has directed authorities at the St John’s Grammar Senior High School in Accra to prepare three of its students to write the Christian Religious Studies paper in the upcoming November/December edition of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
BROUHAHA OVER BUSHY HAIR: GES ORDERS ST JOHN’S GRAMMAR TO REGISTER STUDENTS AT SCHOOL’S COST
The Ghana Eduction Service (GES) has directed authorities at the St John’s Grammar Senior High School in Accra to prepare three of its students to write the Christian Religious Studies paper in the upcoming November/December edition of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
NEW PRINTING MACHINES TO EASE PASSPORT ACQUISITION HEADACHE
The backlog of about 17,000 passports may be cleared soon, with the installation of two new printing machines at the Passport Office.
TOP GUNS QUIT HFC BANK
Even before shareholders of HFC Bank decide whether or not Republic Bank of Trinidad and Tobago should own management members have started departing.
PROTECT YOUR CITIZENS
Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General at the United Nations Office for West Africa, has disclosed that the regions faces a multitude of peace and security challenges, and it will require full attention and combined efforts to prevent violence and political instability.
CONTROVERSY OVER LANDS AT BUDUBURAM CAMP
Government through the Ministry of Interior, has begun its investigations into issues arising regarding the rightful ownership of the Buduburam Refugee Camp lands.
SUPPORTER OF NDC, NPP CLASH AT SANKORE
A contingent of 55 police and military personnel has moved to restore peace at Sankore in the Aunafo North District of the Brong Ahafo Region.
BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL TIMES
FISH IMPORTERS GAP WIDENS
Domestic fish consumption has soared by about 10 percent within a year to further widen the gap between local fish production and consumption.
POWER MINISTRY EYES LOCAL INVESTMENT
Dr Kwabena Donkor, the Power Minister, says current power challenges facing the country are opportunities for local investors to shift their focus from trading to investing in the lucrative business of power generation.
GOVERNMENT SEEKS US$400M MORE DEBT
The Bank of Ghana will tomorrow auction government’s 3-year bond to raise US$4000 million for restructuring maturing debts and also for liquidity management.
THE NEW STATEMAN
PNC DIGS INTO MAHAMA – SAYS HIS LEGACY IS CORRUPTION AND MISMANAGEMENT
The People’s National Convention has given a very damning verdict about the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government accusing it of devaluing Ghana’s democracy with its ineptitude and corrupt practices.
‘AUTOCRATIC’ KAKUMDO HEADMASTER CHARGES Ȼ150 AS BECE FEES
The headmaster of the Kakumdo M.A Basic School, Kingsley Akwaboa yesterday snubbed the New Statesman when our editor sought his reaction to allegations that he had charged candidates of the impending Basic Education Certificate Examination Ȼ150.00, instead of Ȼ15.00 as registration fees.