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  • 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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Vodafone unveils ‘Red Club’

  HarisBroumidis is Vodafone Ghana CEO Mobile telecommunication network, Vodafone Ghana, has introduced “Vodafone Red Club” Loyalty card onto the market to benefit its high-value customers across the country. The launch which, was well attended by customers, the media and staff of Vodafone was held the Vodafone head office in Airport, Accra. The concept took […]

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Huawei rewards winners of Instant Win Promo

  Manufacturer of premium smartphones and devices, Huawei Technologies Ghana, has honoured its promise by rewarding winners in the “Huawei Instant Win Promotion.” The promotion guarantees instant prizes to consumers who purchase selected Huawei devices. Prizes include flat screen TVs, microwave ovens, air-time, Bluetooth headsets, shopping vouchers and more. Huawei has so far rewarded more […]

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AFAG urges Parliament to probe gov’t over Metro Mass rebranding

  The Floor of Parliament of Ghana Pressure group, Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG,) has urged Parliament to investigate the payment of GHC3,60,0000 by the government of President John Dramani Mahama to Smarty Management for the rebranding 116 new buses of Metro Mass Transit Limited (MMTL). In a statement signed and issued by the leadership of […]

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CeSIS chides Mahama

  John Mahama H. E. Centre for Social Impact Studies (CeSIS) has questioned the government of President John Dramani Mahama’s utilisation of GHC3.6 million tax payers’ money to rebrand 116 buses of Metro Mass Transit Limited (MMTL).  CeSIS, which is made of youth groups in the gold mining operating communities in Ghana, could not believe that government […]

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Millicom marks 25 years in Ghana

  Tigo Ghana has joined its Swedish parent company, Millicom, to celebrate 25 years of innovation in media and mobile telecommunications. Millicom, founded in 1990, is now one of the world’s longest-serving companies dedicated to digital inclusion and access to the internet as a human right in emerging markets in Africa and Latin America. Millicom […]

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WAEC witholds results of 970 Nov/Dec candidates

 The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released provisional results for the November/December 2015 West African Senior School Certification Examination (WASSCE). A statement from WAEC signed by Mrs Agnes Teye Cudjoe, Deputy Director of Public Affairs said the results of 970 candidates alleged to have been involved in various examination malpractices have been withheld pending […]

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Facebook’s iOS app now supports Live Photos

Facebook photos are about to get more expressive. The social network updated its iOS app Monday with support for Apple’s Live Photos, the moving images the company introduced with the iPhone 6S. Unlike a typical photograph, Live Photos capture one 12-megapixel image along with a second and a half of video before and after, strung […]

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AMERI power deal: Gov’t misled Parliament – Nitiwul

Dominic Nitiwul Hon. The Deputy Minority leader in Parliament Dominic Nitiwul has sought to insulate Parliament from public criticism over the controversial $510 million AMERI power deal. Parliament is on record to have debated the merits of the deal for only six minutes, before approving it, a move many Ghanaians have criticised because according to them, […]

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Arsenal hold on to beat Man City

  Arsenal moved to within two points of surprise Premier League leaders Leicester City with victory over Manchester City at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners – without a title triumph since 2004 – showed the sort of impressive drive, cutting edge and resilience that will lead manager Arsene Wenger to believe Arsenal can finally end that […]

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Burundi stops invasion of African Union peacekeepers

  Burundi’s government said Sunday it would not agree to the deployment of African Union (AU) peacekeepers, warning that they would be seen as “an invasion force.” The announcement came a day after the 54-member bloc said it would send a 5,000-strong forced to halt spiralling violence in the tiny central African country as fears […]