Here are today's newspaper headlines
REVIEW EXPAT SOCIAL SCHEME – PWC
A PricewatherhouseCoopers forum has called for the establishment of a separate social security regime for short-term expatriates describing the current system as “not favourable” to the workers.
3.5% GROWTH TARGET DOUBTFUL – ISSER
The Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) has warned that the country’s growth target of 3.5% could be missed if government fails to stop borrowing above its debt sustainability ratio.
AfDB COMMITS MORE FUNDS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
INFINIX LAUNCHES AFRICA’S FIRST ANDROID ONE SMARTPHONE
CJ BEGINS PROBE INTO BRIBERY SCANDAL
Minority of the High Court Judges implicated in a bribery scandal came face to face with the Chief Justice and selected members of the Judicial Council at a marathon meeting in Accra yesterday in what is believed to be the beginning of moves to establish a prima facie case against them.
GOVT DOES NOT NEED APPROVAL FOR IMF SUPPORT – ATO FORSON
COUNCIL OF ELDERS RECOMMENDS AFOKO’S SUSPENSION
WAEC LOOKS INTO MANIPULATION OF WASSCE RESULTS BY ALLEGED FRAUDSTERS
2M GHOST NAMES IN VOTERS’ REGISTER
Policy think tank Danquah Institute (DI), has made another startling revelation about the country’s voter’s register, claiming that there are two million ghost names on the electoral roll.
BRIBERY SCANDAL: 34 JUDGES EXPOSED!
PAUL AFOKO UNDER FIRE
KINDS IN DANGER: DEPRIVING THEM SLEEP CAUSES HEART DISEASES, OBESITY
MOTORWAY RED CROSS OFFICE HAS NO ELECTRICITY
BISHOP AGYINASARE CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF MARRIAGE