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How African governments block social media

A small but increasing group of African governments is blocking social media during elections. Clare Spencer asks why and how this is done and how people get around it. Why ... more
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NCA quality of service tests confirm MTNs superior services

Ghanas leading telecommunications giant, MTN Ghana consistently shows superior quality as it continues to excel in the National Communications Authoritys (NCA) Quality of Service drive tests. In the latest Quality ... more
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Huawei G Power: The power bank smartphone

Huawei Technologies Ghana, recently launched the Huawei G Power device onto the Ghanaian market at a special media and dealer event, held in Accra. A few weeks after the launch, ... more
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Airtel, Microsoft encourage young Ghanaian females to choose career in ICT

Airtel Ghana, through its Evolve with STEM initiative, has collaborated with Microsoft Ghana for the maiden edition of the internationally acclaimed DigiGirlz Day in the country. DigiGirlz is a Microsoft ... more
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Opposition political parties mock ECs new logo; charge it to be serious

Some opposition political parties have described the new logo of the Electoral Commission (EC) as a waste of time. According to them, rather than addressing issues relevant to the November ... more
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Raising a generation of African entrepreneurs

"Africa represents a prime case where the reality and opportunity are much better than the perception" - Thomas Barry, Zephyr Management The African continent, admittedly, has a lot of developmental ... more
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Adoption of new EC logo lacked transparency Egbert Faibille

Private legal practitioner, Egbert Faibille Jr. says theprocess the Electoral Commission (EC) employed in getting its new logo designedwas not transparent. According to him, as a public institution, the EC ... more
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Passing the test of faith into sorcery, occultism; a chilling story on Ghana Connect

The story of occultism in schools has always been a myth but on Joy FM's Ghana Connect programme Friday, that myth was broken. A man, Frederick Boamah walked listeners into ... more
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What to look out for before choosing a friend

Every friendship is characterized by traits such as affection, sympathy , empathy , honesty , altruism , mutual understanding and compassion . A Strong friendship is built on trust. This ... more
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The head is NOT for carrying loads- When Science or enlightenment debunks foul traditional practices

To know that some wayward judges do collect bribes will never be a sufficiently educated reason for a law professor to write a textbook on jurisprudence to define the function ... more
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Corporate Powers: 3 ways of becoming a person of power and influence at the workplace

Everyone desires to be powerful. A fact check at the workplace indicates that nobody wants to be subordinate.All of uswant to be in the top 2% of the movers and ... more
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Case of SA 3; how deep is the politicians involvement in BNI activities?

Activities of the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) have for the past two weeks come under scrutiny by Ghanaians in what is generally considered the unnecessary politicization of the organization. ... more
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