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POLICE TO DROP CASE AGAINST TEACHERS?

The Teachers Fund is considering dropping the case against the 14 teachers who were arrested for allegedly altering figures on their pay slips, to access loans from it.

LOW TURNOUT AT VOTER REGISTER EXHIBITION

HO ASSEMBLY MEMBERS QUERY MCE OVER CONTRACT

GOVERNMENT SUBMITS FRESH PROPOSALS TO LABOUR

WE’LL WITHDRAW COURT ACTION BUT ON CONDITION OF LABOUR CALLING OFF STRIKE — GOVT

The government has indicated the willingness withdraw its suit against the Forum of Public Sector Registered Pension Scheme Workers to pave the way for the amicable resolution of the dispute between it and 12 labour unions over the management of pension funds.

WORLD BANK SUPPORTS FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA WITH $100M

The World Bank Group has provided an additional $100 million to fill what it describes as a critical gap in the Ebola response funding to speed up the deployment of foreign health workers to Ebola affected countries and Ghana.

PENSION FUNDS ACCRUE GH¢2.1BN

An amount of GH¢2.183 billion has accrued since January 2010 from the second tier pension scheme, the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) has said.

BURKINA FASO IN TURMOIL; PARLIAMENT SET ABLAZE

Protesters angry at plans to allow Burkina Faso’s President Blaise Compaore to extend his 27-year-rule have set fire to parliament.

SECOND TIER PENSION SAGA…GHS1.6BN GRABBED – PENSIONS ALLIANCE TRUST UNMASKED

More issues continue to pop up on the management of the controversial tier-two of workers’ pension, which has resulted in a nationawide strike by some public and civil service workers involving not less than 12 labour associations.

MINISTER ENDORSES JOY DADI BITTERS

NDC RAIDS KYEBI OFFICE

KOFI ANNAN CENTRE BANS HANDSHAKES

The management of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), a frequent venue for international training courses, seminars and workshops has announced a ban on handshakes on the premises, as a preventive measure against the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

NATIONAL SANITATION DAY COMES OFF TOMORROW – AS HEALTH AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES DECLARE WAR ON FILTH

DUMSOR BOOMS PHONE CHARGING

Recharge card vendors in some parts of the capital, especially ‘trotro’ stations and densely populated vicinities are cashing in on the mobile phone charging business following the current load-shedding exercise locally referred to as ‘Dumsor’.

[PERSONALITY PROFILE] GEORGE ATTA-BOATENG

ENOUGH OF YOUR DECEPTION! ANGRY VOLTA YOUTH CHARGE AT MAHAMA

CIVIL RIOTS HIT BURKINA FASO OVER PLANS TO EXTEND TENURE OF CAMPAORE

 

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