• Nduom congratulates Sharks

    Owner of Elmina Sharks, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has commended his players for fighting to remain in the…

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Beyonce drops surprise new album  

    American singer, Beyonce, has released her sixth studio album in a surprise move to her fans. It’s the second so called “visual album” that she has released and features 12 new songs and a corresponding short film. She released it as part of one-hour special on the American TV network HBO. Beyonce described […]

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Shatta Wale, Episode thrill fans at Guinness Africa special

Charles Mensah (behind the steering wheel and his son, Shatta Wale   Dancehall artistes Shatta Wale and Episode, thrilled hundreds of fans as Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited unveiled their new beverage dubbed; “Guinness Africa Special.” Two dancehall heavyweight champs gave fans what they wanted as Episode opened the flow with his prolific energy on stage […]

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I met Gh¢89 in NPP’s account – Afoko

Paul Afoko   Suspended national chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Paul Afoko has revealed his administration met a paltry Gh¢89 in the official account of the main opposition party.Speaking to the Africa Watch magazine, the embattled national chairman said he was axed because he had wanted to bring a lot of reforms to […]

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Parents petition Education Minister over dismissal of kids

    Mrs. Christiana Buah and husband, Emmanuel Kwaw Buah, have jointly filed a petition to the Minister of Education, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, over claims of wrongly dismissal of their children from Kay-Billie-Klaer (KBK) School in Accra. The petition, dated 18th January, 2016, stated “We (Mr. & Mrs. Buah) received an invitation to attend a PTA meeting scheduled on 20th November, 2015 […]

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Man, 42, commits suicide  

    Residents of Junction One, near Koforidua Polytechnic in the Eastern Region, were yesterday thrown into a state of shock when they discovered that a 42-year-old-man had hanged himself on a mango tree with a nylon rope.  The deceased, Kofi Nti, who was a mobile money agent before his death, according to his mother, […]

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Red demo hits K-Poly SRC

Students of Kumasi Polytechnic yesterday wore red armbands and chanted war songs in protest against alleged abuse of funds by the school’s Students Representative Council (SRC). The students also accused management of the school of conniving with the SRC to loot their coffers. The demonstrating students blocked the main entrance to the campus and locked […]

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NGO donates to Baware community

    File Photo   A non-governmental organisation (NGO), As I Grow, has donated items to the people of Baware, a farming community in Akuapem North District of the Eastern Region.  The items, which are clothes, farm inputs and footwear, according to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organisation, Mr. Isaac Nana Debrah Bekoe, are aimed at […]

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Al Jazeera reveals the true scale of modern slavery in suburban Britain

  Britain’s Modern Slave Trade, a new documentary from Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit, premiered yesterday on Al Jazeera. Following six months of undercover filming, Al Jazeera can reveal the true scale of modern slavery in Britain, and the possible links with big businesses. During the investigation the reporters confront a car wash owner accused of slavery; they […]

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13,000 teachers to receive salary arrears

  Over 13,000 teachers have been cleared for payment in the ongoing validation process for their salaries and allowances which have been in arrears. The various teacher unions threatened to withdraw their services should government fail to pay the arrears, and this led government to set up a validation process, via the Audit Department and […]