Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOV’T TO BREAK UP GCAA FUNCTIONS
The Ministry of Transport has begun looking at the possibility of decoupling the regulatory and air navigational service functions of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority in line with international best practice and to ensure operational efficiency.
ECG COMPACT CAN BE REVIEWED – US AMBASSADOR
NO CASH FOR SALARIES; GOV’T DIVERTS GH¢500M
The government of Ghana does not have money to pay salaries of its workers across the country for September 2016 and has therefore decided to use part of the budget already allocated to run some 23 MDAs.
FRACAS AT GCB OVER LOANS
Report reaching Daily Guide indicates that there is uneasy calm at the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) following revelations that the bank’s Board had authorized several huge loans without adequate collateral, leading to over-exposure of the financial institution.
MAN INFECTS 400 WOMEN WITH HIV
Eric Yeboah, a 28-year-old resident of the New Juabeng Municipality of the Eastern Region, has asserted that he has infected about 400 women with HIV through sexual intercourse.
RACE FOR DEC 7 BEGINS AS 4 PICK PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION FORMS
Four presidential aspirants yesterday picked nomination forms at the headquarters of the EC to contest this year’s election.
12.5% BASE PAY RISE FOR PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS
Public sector workers are to enjoy a 12.5% increase in their base pay with effect from January 2017, the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, has said.
NDC MANIFESTO WILL BE HINGED ON FOUR THEMATIC AREAS