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Awurabena Okrah shares her craft

      Mrs. Awurabena Gloria Okrah loves playing with fabrics and putting stitches on them. It’s lucrative, utilises her imagination and allows her to meet a varied number of people. The 69-year-old woman entrepreneur discovered the art of sewing at an early age from her aunt together with her two other sisters and became […]

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Afriwave Corporate Affairs boss wins award

  Corporate Affairs Director at Afriwave Telecom, Donald Gwira, was recognised as one of the “100 Most Impactful CSR Leaders – Global Listing” at the Global CSR Excellence & Leadership Awards held at the Taj Land Ends, Mumbai, India on the 18th of February 2017. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Excellence and Leadership Awards which […]

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GIA holds workshop for industry players

      GHANA Insurers Association (GIA) has organised a one-day capacity workshop for insurance claim assessors and claim heads in the industry to see how best players could demystify claim process. In all about fifty participants attended the programme. In an address the Chairman of Life Insurance Council, Mr. Edward Forkuo-Kyei, described claims in […]

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Glico Life presents 1,000 jackets to Ghana Police Service

GLICO LIFE, a leading name and brand of choice in Ghana’s life insurance market, has presented one thousand (1,000) reflective jackets to the Ghana Police Service. This donation was in line with fulfilling its corporate social responsibility in the area of social protection and community involvement. Presenting the reflective jackets, Group Head, Corporate Affairs and […]

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This thing called democracy, freedom

  I love to boast of my shareholder status and proud membership of Ghana incorporated.  I tout Ghana’s credentials when it comes to democracy and the freedoms that go with it as enshrined in the country’s 1992 Constitution. However, under the umbrella of freedom to talk, opine and move around freely as citizens, blackmails are […]

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State of the Nation or True State of the Nation?

    I get the impression that putting a State of the Nation Address (SONA) together takes weeks, if not months.  But, how long does it take to put a True State of the Nation Address together? A matter of minutes, a few hours, at best.  That is the impression Ghanaian minority parties give – […]

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Kim Jong-nam ‘killed by VX nerve agent found on his face

Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, was killed by a highly toxic nerve agent, says Malaysia. Mr Kim died last week after two women accosted him briefly in a check-in hall at a Kuala Lumpur airport. Malaysian toxicology reports indicate he was attacked using “VX nerve agent”, which is classified as a weapon […]

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School worship periods should be more inclusive – GES

Heads of schools have been advised against engaging in intense evangelization during worship hours in schools. Most public schools in Ghana participate in an act of collective worship every week which is broadly Christian in nature. However, stakeholders have in recent times raised concerns over the abuse of the worship periods. Issues to do with […]