President Akufo-Addo wants UN reformed
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President Akufo-Addo wants UN reformed

The President, Nana Akufo-Addo is calling for structural reforms of the United Nations to address…

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Two Nigerian head potters jailed for stealing
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Two Nigerian head potters jailed for stealing

An Accra Circuit Court has sentenced two Nigerian head porters to one year in prison…

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Ghana: Role of women in cocoa production
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Ghana: Role of women in cocoa production

Women play vital role in cocoa production and if supported, could deliver enhanced productivity and…

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Two persons arrested for producing fake currency
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Two persons arrested for producing fake currency

Two persons have been arrested by the police in Kumasi for producing suspected fake local…

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Finance Ministers in Africa meet in Accra
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Finance Ministers in Africa meet in Accra

Finance ministers across the continent have met in Accra to deliberate on building the capacity…

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Fresh and continuing students to begin simultaneously
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Fresh and continuing students to begin simultaneously

For the first time in many years, all fresh and continuing senior high school students…

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Education Ministry assures 2017 BECE candidates
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Education Ministry assures 2017 BECE candidates

The Ministry of Education has assured this year’s BECE candidates and parents whose wards did…

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Government revokes Exton Cubic’s Mining contract
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Government revokes Exton Cubic’s Mining contract

The mining license of the Exton Cubic Group has been revoked. Exton cubic was granted…

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AGRITECH 2017
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AGRITECH 2017

Kosmos Energy has announced the three agric-focused enterprises as winners of the Kosmos Innovation Center…

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Government to roll out policies via missions abroad
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Government to roll out policies via missions abroad

Ghana’s total earnings from exports from January to June stood at $7.1 billion which went…

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