Archive: Mon Dec 2018

One killed, farms burnt in Hwakpo land dispute

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Residents of Hwakpo in Ada West District of the Greater Accra region have called on the government to beef up security in the community following the murder of one person there as a result of a land dispute. Also, acres … Read more →

Nketepa D/A Primary Sch. faces shutdown over mass transfer of teachers

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The Nketepa D/A Primary School in the Kwahu South District of the Eastern region faces closure following the mass transfer of teachers without replacement. Ten (10 ) trained teachers – six from the primary and 4 from Junior High School … Read more →

“French as a second language is disrespectful to our pride and culture”- Okyeame Kwame to Gov’t

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Ghanaian Hip-life musician, Okyeame Kwame has expressed his disappointment with government’s decision to consider French as a second language for Ghana. According to the “rap dacta”, it would be disrespectful to our culture. “French as a second language is disrespectful … Read more →

NBA and Youtube Partner to Launch Live Games on League’s First Channel Dedicated to Fans in Sub-Saharan Africa

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The National Basketball Association (NBA) and YouTube have announced the launch of the NBA’s first YouTube channel dedicated to fans in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to featuring two live games per week in primetime for the rest of the 2018-19 … Read more →

Kofi Kinaata a Philosopher?: Too much depth in new song ‘Never Again’ feat. Shatta Wale

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Multiple award winning Artiste, Kofi Kinaata real name Martin KingArthur is encouraging fans and non-fans alike in a new song ‘Never Again’ to have strong faith in any endeavour they embark on and make a move to get to their … Read more →

French, American experts invited to analyse crashed Ethiopian Airline black-box data

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Ethiopian authorities will lead an investigation team into the data contained in the black boxes of the crashed plane that claimed 157 lives earlier this month. The content of the black-boxes this week returned to the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. … Read more →

Mozambique starts three-days national mourning for cyclone victims

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Mozambique started three days of national mourning on Wednesday after a powerful cyclone and flooding killed hundreds of people and left a trail of destruction across swathes of southeast Africa. Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique’s port city of Beira with winds … Read more →

Ghana to become most business friendly nation in Africa

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The Ministry of Trade and Industry has outlined a seven-point strategy that it believes will aid in making Ghana a business friendly nation in Africa. According to the Ministry, the strategy will provide an enabling environment for businesses to thrive … Read more →

Police working to find missing girls – Interior Minister

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Minister of the Interior, Ambrose Dery, has assured the families of the kidnapped Takoradi girls that the police are working assiduously to rescue them. He said the matter is still of critical importance to the security agencies who are doing their … Read more →

CJ Appeals To Saboteurs Of E-Justice Project

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Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has appealed to all to do away with interference and sabotage E-Justice Project since those are the very attitudes that would kill public confidence in the judicial system. “I will not deal kindly or lightly with any person … Read more →

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