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A recent Ghana News Agency report captured a story of the precarious conditions under which women work in agriculture.

The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has described as unfortunate the way many Ghanaians criticise governments and accuse them of providing inadequate public services ‒ yet refuse to pay income tax.

The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) stands to lose a whopping US$70 million each year if its concession agreement with Meridian Port Services (MPS) is not reviewed, the Maritime and Dockworkers’ Union (MDU) has said.

Maybe it’s just a few of us … But today, some Ghanaians have come to accept the painful fact that the only reason for our poverty and our persistently bad economy is bad politicians and the governments they form. Bad politicians and bad policies have kept our economy in bad shape and our people poor since the colonial era.

The government will reduce benchmark import values at Ghana’s ports by 50 per cent, effective today, April 4.

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