Image source: GhanaWeb
Transport fares to increase by 25%
According to the GPRTU, a decision on the exact percentage at which the transport fares will rise has not yet been taken. He told host Kwabena Agyapong that an increase in transport fares between 30% and 40% would have been ideal.
Read full article: GhanaWeb |
More news summaries from GhanaWeb
Kwesi Pratt asks Ghanaian leaders over religious toleranceEditor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr. Wesley Girls' High School has aroused religious debates after its management r... read summary
Bawumia's campaign team 'fires' back at Rev Owusu-BempahOwusu Bempah in a recent video, said although God revealed that to him in 2015 that there was a hindrance to Dr. Bawumia becomin... read summary
Akufo-Addo's corruption claim on CNN never false but utmost truthA publication by ''The Fourth Estate'' website indicates that the Corruption Perception Indexes by Civil Society Organizations l... read summary
Dzata Cement: We must rally behind Ibrahim Mahama to succeedThe management of Dzata Cement has said they are yet to announce the price of its cement. Different brands of cement sell betwee... read summary
Injured Olympics goalkeeper Saed Salifu says CEO asked him to foot his own medical billsSaed picked up an injury and is currently at home seeking treatment without any financial support from the club. According to hi... read summary
I pay $1000 to Arsenal every year but won't contribute to Hearts of OakHe cites accountability as the reason for his decision to ignore Hearts of Oak and put his money into Arsenal. Hearts of Oak is ... read summary
New gold advances while Cal Bank, MTN Ghana fall on declining ratesThe GSE Financial Index moved down by 2.17 points on the back of Cal Bank to close the session at 1,889.27 with a 5.97% year-to-... read summary
More News Summaries...