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Ebola leaves a painful legacy for survivors in Sierra Leone

Take a flight of stone steps to the third floor of a narrow building in downtown Freetown and youll arrive at a small room with billowing purple curtains, where a ... more
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Mahama has created more than 800,000 jobs

In response to criticisms of a poor job-creation record, the government pointed out jobs it has created since 2013. By Joy News estimates they are at least 800,000 jobs. In ... more
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Groupe Nduom Acquires ISF Bank, in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Groupe Nduom today completed the transaction to acquire a bank in the USA. This begins a new important and pioneering chapter in the entrepreneurial history of our multi-national group of ... more
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Alliance for Integrity begins activities in Ghana

The Alliance for Integrity, an international multi-stakeholder initiative set up to promote integrity in the private sector, has been launched in Ghana with a call by the Minister of State ... more
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South Africa corruption case blow for Jacob Zuma

South Africa's High Court has ruled that a decision to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma should be reviewed. The charges were dropped just weeks before the 2009 ... more
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MANASSEHS FOLDER: How ethnocentric NPP fuels NDCs tribal politics

In February 2014, I delivered a speech at the Springboard Road Show in Tamale. When the time came for questions from the audience, one young man wanted to know why ... more
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Do Ghanaians have willpower to tackle epidemic of road accidents?

On Thursday, one of the vehicles in Ghanaian President John Mahamas convoy was involved in an accident, while touring the Eastern Region. Edward Omane Boamah, communications minister, confirmed the accident ... more
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Three Central University students crashed to death by tipper truck

News just in suggests three students of the Law Faculty of the Central University College in Prampram were crushed to death by a tipper truck, Tuesday evening. Details about the ... more
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Tanzania President suspends head of telecoms regulator over revenue loss

Tanzanian President John Magufuli suspended the head of the telecoms regulator on Tuesday, saying the watchdog failed to monitor the industry, resulting in the loss of potential tax revenues of ... more
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Tarzan writes: In whose name and for whose welfare?

The President of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama has embarked on a nationwide tour, ostensibly to account for his stewardship of the last four years and to ask for ... more
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Chiefs who endorse presidents are not wise Baako

Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has described chiefs who endorse presidents as unwise. He said the act is improper and reduces the dignity of ... more
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Kenya’s controversial first lady dies

Kenya's controversial former first lady, Lucy Kibaki, has died in a London hospital of an undisclosed illness. She gained notoriety for slapping a cameraman in 2005 when she stormed the ... more
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