Today at the newsstands : Monday, 26 March 2018

Business Day:

*Accommodation crisis hits Ghana as house and land prices sprial out of control

*Ghana stock exchange records 52.7% growth

*MTN Ghana makes significant progress

*Traffic jams: $1.2 billion needed to fil infrastructure gaps

Goldstreet Business:

*Container disinfection scientifically grounded cost arrangement favours importers – Ghana Health Service

*Microfinance clients get worse-off staying longer with institutions – Expert.

Daily Graphic:

*Thousands say farewell to Ebony

*Provide comprehensive document on Free SHS

*Public stock debt rises but still within govt projections

*No pension for you, Supreme Court tells dismissed judge

Daily Graphic Sport:

*WAF Academy SC wallop Liberty Professionals FC

*Asante Kotoko SC silence Inter Allies FC

The New Crusading Guide:

*Akufo-Addo keeps faith with teachers

*Hanna Tetteh’s agreement gave US soldiers access to Ghana’s facilities – Nitiwul

*NPP Chairmanship race: Ntim captures Greater Accra

*C/R sand winners Chairman wages war against land degradation

*Armech Africa to construct $300M waste-to-energy plant in Tema

*Tema Mayor to seek redress over defamatory publication

The Ghanaian Times

*Deal with ‘bonking’ teachers…Appeal Court judge

*Government restores teacher trainee allowances

*Akakpokope corn flour meal tragedy :2 arrested

*Ebony laid to rest

The Chronicle:

*NDC Bosses scorn parliament over Ghana-US military pact ; turn public gallery into noise chamber; refuse to walk out when ordered by Marshall

*Ebony Reigns in Death

*Armech Africa to invest $300M into waste-to-energy power in Tema


*The Broken dream: Many Ghanaians want out of the country – Survey

*Access Bank signs US$25 million facility with FMO

*GTBank appoints new Managing Director

Free Press:

*Corruption on open display: Mahama ,IGP dashes juicy contract to Portuphy’s ‘Girl’

*Government snubs minority over ‘military base’ deal

*Zongo cash not for conflict areas – Anyinamhene

*Ebony’s Enemies’ throng funeral as massive ‘hypocrites’ bid her farewell


Source: Ghana|

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