Home NEWS TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – SUNDAY, 18TH AUGUST, 2019…

TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – SUNDAY, 18TH AUGUST, 2019…

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>>>General News Headlines….

*Nduom reacts to shut down of GN Savings and Loans by BoG

*Togbe Afede holds dinner for British and Australian High Commissioners

*EPA to sponsor Best Environmental Journalist

*CHRAJ holds gender rights forum in Zongo communities

*NDC Race: Evalue Gwira NDC exposes faceless journalist

*Keep voting for self-serving MPs while your children suffer – Leila Djansi jabs Ghanaians

*Students with visual impairment call for government support

*Volta Regional Police Commander calls on Paramount Chief of Alavanyo

*Fifty-one senior customs cadets complete training

*Poor supervision caused the collapse of 23 savings and loans companies – Wereko-Brobby

*EPA signs MoU with GJA to sponsor Best Environmental Reporting award

*GPA calls for concrete policies to enhance zero tolerance of sexual abuse

*Entries open for 3rd OFAB Media Awards

*Breast Society to bridge patient-practitioner gap in breast cancer management

*Entries open for 3rd OFAB Media Awards

*Breast Society to bridge patient-practitioner gap in breast cancer management

*Cape Coast Teaching Hospital takes delivery of medical supplies

*Breast Society highlight guidelines for breast cancer management

*Alhaji Labaran Yakubu Barry vows to win Ashaiman for NPP

*Ghana needs dedicated scientists to spearhead development – Prof Frimpong Boateng

*NDC opens fresh nominations in Ashaiman Constituency

*Three jailed 144 months for stealing

*Teachers cry foul, reject GHc50 allowance for new curriculum training

*Anlo chief set to mediate Bimbilla chieftaincy dispute

*‘Blame government for eroding cycle of attacks on media and press freedom’ – MFWA

*Rot at Attorney-General’s office; GHC4m illegally hoarded for 3 years

*NPP woman describes Hajia Fati as ‘devil’ who will destroy party

*Double-Track System: John Boadu replies Kwesi Pratt

*Sam George’s contender promises ultra-modern shopping mall for Ningo-Prampram residents

*Kidnapped Takoradi girls’ case: Residents threaten to protest if DNA tests match remains

*Pay contractors for completion of abandoned projects – Wa chiefs to Nana Addo

*Job losses under NPP higher than jobs created – NDC organiser

*It is ‘childish’ to say you will review Free SHS – John Boadu punches Mahama

*GCAO organizes leadership seminar for community leaders in Toronto

*3 houses burnt down in renewed clashes in Savannah Region

*Oshiyie residents sue Chief of Defence staff over alleged torture

*The fear of pregnancy drove me into lesbianism – Former lesbian

*Job losses under NPP higher than jobs created – NDC organiser

*Nestlé and UG sign MoU for youth development

*Dr. Ayew Afriye tours constituency in Asante Region

*Open defecation incidence decreases in Mion District

>>>Sports Headlines…

*Burundi 1-2 Ghana – Satellites earn first victory at African Games

*Maidens star Mukarama Abdulai gets scholarship to study in the United States

*Andre Ayew makes substitute appearance as Swansea maintain unbeaten start to season

*I was close to joining Manchester United – Kevin-Prince Boateng

*Patrick Twumasi included in Gaziantep FK squad for Fenerbahce showdown

*Prof. Francis Dodoo retains his seat as GAA elect its new executives

*’So called football people not honest enough to lead Ghana’s football’ – Obiri Boahen

*Renovation works begin at Cape Coast Sports Stadium

*AshantiGold beat Desire Academy in training match to prepare for Akonangui FC return leg

*Captain Solomon Asante becomes Phoenix Rising all-time top scorer with 32 goals

*Asante Kotoko bag GH130k from STRIKE kits unveiling

*Enock Kwateng targets picking 3 points with Bordeaux

*Kotoko deny signing former Malmo midfielder Kingsley Sarfo

>>>Business Headlines…

*We’re working to challenge license revocation in court – Groupe Nduom Veep

*Full List of licensed Savings and Loans companies as at August 16

*Over 1,400 workers of GN Savings and Loans to lose their jobs

*WACCI partners Swedish University to transform Ghana’s agric sector

*uniSecurities Unit Trust records 112 per cent growth

*The Citizen Watch demands GHC9,000 as farmgate price for cocoa farmers

*UGBS collaborates with UFS to explore research opportunities

*Money delayed Savings & Loans sector clean-up – Otuo Acheampong

*Over 1500 workers of GN Savings and Loans to be jobless

*US embassy awaits MiDA’s forensic audit on PDS to take decision

*Bank of Ghana revokes licences of 23 Savings and Loans Companies

*Finance Ministry announces 20year Treasury Bond Issuance Transaction

*We expected collapse of 23 Microfinance institutions – GHASALC

>>>Entertainment Headlines…

*Steve Harvey visits Cape Coast Castle, gets emotional

*Agya Koo, Matilda Asare, others have chopped our NPP cash – Angry Agenda 57 member cries

*Akyeame’s break-up wasn’t on a cordial note – Quophi Okyeame

*I don’t care if my career dies because of my gospel decision – Kesse

*Hammer should stop disturbing us with Sarkodie’s status – Mark Okraku Mantey

*Sarkodie reveals who should be studied as a course

*I like the way AMG record label operates – Fameye

*Ghanaian musicians are not kuborlor boys – Shatta Wale fires gov’t officials

*Nframa music group broke up due to clash of egos – Dada Hafco

*My greatest pain is being accused of Ebony’s death – Bullet

*GN Bank Savings and Loans closure: What happens to Spyder Lee Entertainment?

*Promote your movies and stop posting your pictures on your social media pages – Caroline Sampson advises

*Mum told me Reggie Rockstone sounded like a porn star’s name

*I’m not doing enough to be well recognized – Ko-Jo Cue reveals

>>>World News Headlines…

*What a mysterious explosion tells us about Russia’s ‘doomsday weapon’

*Syria: At least 13 killed in Idlib air raid

*Famous dugong dies after eating plastic

*Italy says six EU states will take in Open Arms migrants

*Sudan conflict: Army and civilians seal power-sharing deal

*El Paso shooting: Man shocked as hundreds attend wife’s funeral

*Muslim insurgent group says it met with Thai government

*Hong Kong teachers rally in thunderstorm at start of weekend of protests

*2-Week Power Outage Paralyzes Cameroon

*Burundi high school leavers rip uniforms: National security reacts

*Andy Murray & Feliciano Lopez lose to Jamie Murray & Neal Skupski at Cincinnati Masters

*Nigerian government ordered to pay $9bn to private gas firm

*Andrew Harper death: Ten males aged 13 to 30 arrested

*Gabon’s Ali Bongo makes first live public appearance after stroke


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