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12% Ghanaians jobless – Statistical Service

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More?than one million Ghanaians, constituting about 12 per cent of the labour force, are unemployed, a study conducted by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) in 2015 has revealed. Out of the number, more than 700,000, constituting 12.5 per cent, are … Read more →

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PHOTOS: The Most Influential People In Nigeria’s Entertainment Industry

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They are artistes, actors, thinkers, entrepreneurs, and captains of industry. Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even controversies; their works shape lives, habits and societies; their actions have led to some of the decisions that have stirred the … Read more →

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There’s “Wahala” At The Fire Service

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The Deputy Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Samuel Awuku has lambasted the Ghana National Fire Service over allegations that the Service purchased sub-standard uniforms for its personnel. The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has since courted controversy … Read more →

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Woman killed dumped in dustbin

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The Mile 7 District Police Command has discovered the body of a woman who was killed and callously dumped in a dustbin near Morning Star High School at Tantra Hill. The body of the deceased, yet to be identified, was … Read more →

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Angry Asantehene summons accusers before God, lesser gods and the golden stool

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The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has categorically denied the allegation that he served as a conduit for the alleged bribery of the Supreme Court judges who adjudicated on the 2012 presidential election petition to deliver judgement in favour of … Read more →

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Ghana ranked 4th country in Africa with highest public debt

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Ghana has been ranked as the fourth country in Africa which has the highest public debt in relation the total value of the economy. Ghana was ranked fourth after countries like: Cape Verde, The Gambia, and São Tomé and Principe. … Read more →

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2013 World Universities Rankings: California Institute of Technology beats Harvard University

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The Times Higher Education (THE) world university rankings, published today, saw the California Institute of Technology maintain its position as the top-ranked university. MIT, which ranks first in the QS world rankings, once again came in fifth in the THE rankings. … Read more →

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Two gays caught having sex in Church

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I can’t still believe gay exist in Nigeria until today at the court, Two gay men, Samuel Friday and Oni Oluwatobi have been summoned in an Osogbo Magistrate Court for having s3xual intercourse inside a church auditorium in Osogbo, Osun … Read more →

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Prof Awoonor cremated: national funeral on October 11

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A solemn ceremony was held yesterday at the Lashibi Funeral Home to send home Professor Kofi Awoonor, the immediate past Chairman of the Council of State, who was killed in a crossfire in Kenya on September 21, 2013. The strictly … Read more →

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PHOTOS: Plane Crash in Lagos, Nigeria

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          Associated Airline plane just crashed on take off near the airport toll gate. 20 passengers on board heading to Akure.Recovery in progress. Six survived. The plane crashed where there are tanks with aviation fuel.Gory sight … Read more →

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Prez Mahama to appoint John Kudalor as IGP

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President John Mahama could settle on COP John Kudalor as the next Inspector General of Police (IGP) when the tenure of the current Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Mohammed Alhassan, is due before the year runs out. The IGP … Read more →

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Gomoa Senior High Technical closed down

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The Gomoa Senior High Technical School (GSTS) at Gomoa Dawurampong in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region has been closed down after fire gutted a section of the girls’ dormitory block last Tuesday evening. The deputy Central Regional … Read more →

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Nov. 3: Ghana to experience eclipse of the Sun

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Ghana and other parts of West Africa, will on November 3, 2013, experience a partial hybrid solar eclipse. A partial hybrid solar eclipse is an eclipse, where there is a maximum partial cover of the Sun by the Moon. It … Read more →

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130 police personnel begin 30-day training against terrorism

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Some 130 police personnel including four women have begun a-30 day specialized training against terrorist attacks.The personnel, drawn from the 11 police regions, would also be equipped with skills for crowd control, protection of VIPs, strategies in Special Weapons and … Read more →

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4,000 Mine workers to lose jobs

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About 4,000 mine workers are to be retrenched by mining companies because of high operational cost and falling prices of gold on the world market. According to the Chief Executive of the Chamber of Mines, Dr Tony Aubynn,  the decision … Read more →

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Petroleum prices to go down 4% today

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Motorists will from Tuesday experience a little over 4 percent decrease in the price of fuel at the pumps. Diesel users will save a little over 2 percent at the pumps.The latest move follows a revision of the prices of petroleum … Read more →

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