Here are today's newspaper headlines
ECG SHEDS MORE POWER; CONSUMERS COMPLAIN
The power crisis that has engulfed the country has worsened over the past week due to a shortfall of between 400 and 600 megawatts (MW) in power generation.
PARLIAMENT OKAYS $1.8 MILLION COCOA LOAN
Parliament yesterday approved a loan agreement between the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) and a consortium of international and local banks for an amount of $1.8 billion for the purchase of cocoa beans for the 2015/2016 crop season.
FIRE REDUCES ‘ABUJA’ TO GROUND ZERO
An eight-month-old baby boy was last Tuesday night burnt to death when fire engulfed Abuja, a slum settlement near the headquarters of the Ghana Cocoa (COCOBOD) in Accra.
WORKERS WORSE OFF; INFLATION, TAXES, EAT UP INCOME
The fate of Ghanaian workers hangs in a balance as the harsh economic conditions continue to bite hard and they are uncertain about the future.
GSE, BEST PERFORMING EXCHANGE; BEATS DOW JONES, NSE
Out of nine stock exchange in the world the Ghana Stock Exchange was the best performing exchange in the first half of this year, captured by investment firm, Frontline Capital Advisors.
GASMILLA UNDER PRESSURE
Hiplife star Gasmilla is already feeling the pressure of fame and stardom. No, it is not the pressure to keep up with the lifestyle, but the challenge now is maintaining the quality work that has kept him on top of the music charts for almost four months with his song, Telemo.
RAMZY UTILIZES TALENT IN PRISON
He was the first runner-up in the first edition of the Stars of the Future music reality show and was looking forward to a bright future in music but singer, William Ramzy Amui aka Ramzy, rather found himself in the Nsawam Maximum Prison