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The MP for Assin North has advised President John Mahama to pardon the three persons jailed by the Supreme Court for contempt after they have served half of their jail terms.

Monday, 01 August 2016 14:52

NPP clashes with EC over NHIS voters




The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has described the Electoral Commission’s decision to close the re-registration period of voters with National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) card as illegal.

Monday, 01 August 2016 14:49

Ghana to cut importation of cement





Importation of cement to Ghana will be seen as an illegitimate venture following the maturation of the Import and Export Regulations Bill this week.

The Bill will outlaw the bagging and importation of cement to Ghana starting Friday, August 5.

Currently, GHACEM which is produced by the Heidelberg Cement Group is the only locally manufactured cement in the country.

Even though there are other cement brands that come to Ghana from neighbouring Nigeria and in Asia from China, however, there are growing concerns that it would be appropriate for more cement factories to be sited in the country to produce the cement locally.

Agitation by industry players:
The concerns registered by trade groups in the country led to the Ghana Import and Export Regulations Bill to regulate the business in the country.

Spearheaded by the Trade Ministry, the Bill will put in place an import licensing regime for the importation of Portland cement for commercial purposes. It will also regulate the international trade in cement.

Per Ghana’s signatory to the ECOWAS trade agreements, the regulation will exempt importations coming from ECOWAS-member countries.

But individuals and businesses seeking to import cement from non-ECOWAS-member countries will have to apply for a renewable license.

The work of the Bill:
This, therefore, means that persons or businesses that will import without a license will face some punitive actions. They will be liable fines, a prison term or both.

In order to guard against defaulters of this new regulation, the ministry is going to establish a Portland Cement Monitoring Committee (PCMC) to implement and enforce the provisions of the regulation.

PCMC will also advise the Trade Ministry on issues regarding import, pricing, quantities and local production of Portland cement.

Although some policy analysts have lauded the initiative as wielding the potential of boosting local production as well as creating creation, industry players cautioned the immediate implementation.

They believe if not handled with care, it could lead to a sporadic price increment of cement in the country.

Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Austin Brakopowers








It is believed that when one attains a certain status in society, it is likely the person will shy away from some responsibilities but gospel songstress Celestine Donkor does not think so.





Ghana has finally signed the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union.

Monday, 01 August 2016 14:35

Bawumia Faces 2yr Jail Term?




Vice Presidential candidate of the opposition NPP, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia faces prosecution for breaking the electoral laws of the country.  Dr Bawumia was caught red handed with two junior officers of the EC and voter registration materials and equipment.




Former president Jerry John Rawlings has rubbished claims that he has rebuked Ministers signing the petition book for President John Mahama to pardon the Montie 3 contemnors.




A group calling itself Coalition of Unpaid Teachers has said they will soon embark on a demonstration against government if they do not receive their salaries.




Ace high-life artist, Oheneba Kissi, has expressed his bitterness over highlife artistes who have been neglected nowadays.




After 23 years of selfless and dedicated service to Ghana which saw him supervise six elections, former chair of the Electoral Commission Dr Kwadwo Afari Gyan was left 13 months without a penny when he left office.

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