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Air Force welcomes home 55 soldiers from MINUSMA

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The Ghana Air Force Aviation Unit (GHAV3) has completed its operations with the United Nations Multi-Dimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali (MINUSMA). The 55 soldiersm, who were away for a year on peacekeeping mission duty, have returned home following the … Read more →

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PHOTOS: Mandela Washington fellows association of Ghana calls on High Commissioner and donates to mudslide victims

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The Mandela Washington Fellows Association of Ghana (MWFAG), on November 7, 2017, paid a courtesy call on the Sierra Leonean High Commissioner to Ghana, Her Excellency, Umu Hawa Tejan–Jalloh. The visit was to discuss issues of mutual benefit to both … Read more →

Foreign exchange reserves dip by 13.3%

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GHANA’S foreign exchange reserves dipped by 13.3 percent from US$ 5.77 billion in June 2017 to US$5.1 billion in August 2017, equivalent of 3.0 months of import cover. According to Ecobank Research, this is on account of gradual weakening in … Read more →

Investors fume over corruption

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-Demand swift action from govt INSPITE of efforts by government to make Ghana the most attractive place to do business in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and the rest of the world, the investor community is unhappy about persistent corruption which, it … Read more →

45-year-old woman gang raped, killed at Kasoa

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A 45-year-old woman has been reportedly raped and killed at Kasoa Downtown  in the Central region. The deceased, Yaa Boatemaa was on her way to the market when she was ambushed by some suspected armed robbers Wednesday dawn. A sister … Read more →

Inflation falls to 11.6% in October

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Ghana’s annual consumer price inflation fell to 11.6% in October from 12.2% the previous month on the back of lower transport and health costs, the statistics office said on Wednesday. The major commodity exporter is following a $918 million credit … Read more →

Unpaid Allowance Got Trainee Nurses Agitated

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Some trainee nurses at the various Psychiatric Hospitals are agitating over their unpaid allowances. The over 300 nurses claim they have not received any money since the government restored the allowances in September, and all efforts to get their two-month … Read more →

Electrical dealers criticize GSA over ‘fake cable’ report

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President of the Ghana Electrical Dealers Association (GEDA), Joseph Obeng, has slammed the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) over its report indicating that 70 percent of imported electrical cables into the country are substandard and could cause fires. The Association’s President, … Read more →

Three Bawku Girls Almost Joined ISIS

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Extremist group ISIS nearly lured three Ghanaian girls from Bawku in the Northern region to join them, according to International Relations and Security Expert Dr. Vladimir Antwi Danso. Dr. Danso noted but for the swift intervention of his outfit the … Read more →

1,000 Ghanaians To Benefit From Oil And Gas Training Yearly

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The Ministry of Energy has laid out a plan to train 1000 Ghanaians annually to gain various technical skills needed in the oil and gas industry. As part of the laid out plan, 200 Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) … Read more →

Photos: Bawumia receives smart drivers’ license

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Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia received his New Smart Drivers’ License on Tuesday, as he launched a new drivers’ license and vehicle registration smart cards. The new license will contain a contactless chip loaded with the owner’s bio-data and the driver’s personal information … Read more →

Twitter officially expands its character count to 280

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Twitter’s expansion to 280 characters is rolling out publicly today to all users in supported languages, including English. The company had first announced the controversial plan to move beyond its traditional 140 characters back in September, noting at the time how a … Read more →

Ban On Ghana’s Vegetable Exports Lifted

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The European Union has lifted the ban on the export of some five vegetables from Ghana to the EU Market. The five are chili pepper, bottle gourds, luffa gourds, bitter gourds, and eggplants. The vegetables will from 1 January 2018, … Read more →

Gov’t allocates GH¢80 million for Free SHS furniture – Dr Matthew Opoku-Prempeh

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The Minister of Education, Dr Matthew Opoku-Prempeh has revealed that government has allocated GHC80 million to resolve the acute furniture shortage in some Senior High Schools across the country due to the high numbers recorded upon rolling out of the … Read more →

PHOTO: Woman loses job for giving Prez. Trump the middle finger

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A woman has been sacked from her job after a photo of her raising a middle finger at President Trump went viral. Juli Briskman, 50, was cycling past the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, when she noticed a … Read more →

2018 Budget must create jobs – TUC

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THE Trades Union Congress (TUC) has challenged government to spell out more practical ways of creating sustainable jobs in the 2018 budget statement beyond the rhetoric. According to the union, the greatest challenge now is how to create decent jobs … Read more →

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