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July, 2018

  • 19 July

    Ghana to host All Africa Challenge Trophy

    Ghana will host the 14th edition of the All Africa Challenge Trophy, the unique championship that began in 1992. Held among the female golfers from the participating African countries, it sees the consistent rise in the number of participating countries. For African nations who are witnessing a growth in the …

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October, 2017

  • 12 October

    CLOSE DOWN MARKET VENTURES AROUND FUEL STATIONS

    Within the last three years, Ghana as a country has witnessed about 8 explosions at fuel stations which claimed over 200 lives alongside properties. Out of the 8 fire explosions, Accra, the capital city has witnessed about 6, which claimed over 160 lives, Takoradi has witnessed one and kasoa has …

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  • 10 October

    Six fuel stations shut down in Mankessim

    The Mfantseman Municipal Assembly in the Central Region, has shut down six fuel stations at Mankessim, as a proactive measure to prevent any disaster. The operation, which started on Monday and saw the closure of Shell filling station in the area, is to be replicated in all communities in the …

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  • 10 October

    Pathologist summoned for delaying Maj. Mahama’s autopsy

    An Accra District Court has ordered pathologist Lawrence Adusei and head of the Pathology Department of the 37 Military Hospital, to appear before it to explain their failure to release the postmortem report of the murdered military officer, Major Maxwell Mahama. The order followed an application by state prosecutors asking …

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  • 10 October

    2018 World Cup: Egypt’s President rewards players and coach

    Egypt’s President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has given a bonus of $US85,000 to each of the players who clinched a place at the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia. A 2-1 win over Congo Brazzaville saw them qualify for the global showpiece for the first time since 1990. The president announced the …

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  • 10 October

    Kenya’s Raila Odinga quits election re-run

    Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has pulled out of October’s election re-run. Mr Odinga said his withdrawal would give the electoral commission enough time to introduce reforms that will help deliver a more credible election. The Supreme Court annulled the result of the original 8 August poll after finding irregularities …

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  • 4 October

    Banks worried about delay in issuing Energy Bond

    Banks and financial institutions affected by the 2.5 billion dollars Energy sector debt are agitating over the delay in issuing the bond to clear the debt. Government assured the financial institutions affected that it will raise the funds through lead arrangers, Fidelity Bank and Standard Chartered Bank in September 2017 …

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  • 4 October

    Izwe Loans adjudged CIMG Finance House of the year 2016

    Izwe Loans, a non-bank financial institution targeting both the formal and informal sectors, was adjudged the Finance House of the year 2016 at the 28th National Marketing Performance Award organized by the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG). This year’s award was under the theme “Cause Related Marketing: Panacea for …

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  • 4 October

    Islamic SHS students in trouble for dancing ‘One Corner’ in class

    Thirteen (13) students of the Islamic Senior High School (ISSEC) in Kumasi, are facing the school’s Disciplinary Committee for misconduct. The students, comprising nine females and four males, appeared in a video that went viral on social media which showed them dancing to the popular ‘One Corner’ song from one …

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  • 4 October

    Gov’t reviewing viability of Teshie Desalination plant

    A committee has been constituted to review the Teshie Desalination plant project, which is said to be costing the Ghana Water Company Limited GHc 6 million a month. Speaking to Citi News, the Deputy Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources, Michael Gyato, said it was clear in the government’s mind that …

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