Monthly Archives: August 2016

Letting Go of Someone You Love – Minus the Bitterness

Letting go of someone you love when your relationship feels like one battle after another is never easy. These 15 steps help you do it—without bitterness. Being in a relationship with someone you deeply love and then losing that person is truly heartbreaking. Whether you lost them through a breakup, illness, or a tragedy, letting go of someone you love ...

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Mantrac Ghana sacks 70 workers

Mantrac Ghana has terminated the appointment of 70 of its workers which will take effective from Thursday 25th August, 2016 without prior notice to them. The termination letter, signed by Kingsley J. Amoako-Mensah, Human Resource Manager and distributed to the affected workers, stated that they had engaged in “an illegal industrial action.” The letter was copied to the Product Support ...

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Uber suspends services in Abu Dhabi

Taxi-hailing company Uber has suspended its service in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Rival service Careem has also put its service there on hold, after some of its cars were stopped by authorities. Uber, which has been operating in the Emirates since 2013, did not explain why it had suspended its service, but did say the ...

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German minister says Brexit ‘may end EU’

Germany’s vice-chancellor has warned the future of the EU could be in doubt if the UK’s exit is handled badly. Sigmar Gabriel said the EU would go “down the drain” if other states followed Britain’s lead and that the UK could not keep the “nice things” about Europe while taking no responsibility. It comes as Theresa May summoned ministers for ...

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9 Ways To Stay Mentally Strong In Your Busy Life

  Source: LifeHack

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Buying Votes to win Elections in Africa: A Sad Reality.

Before we start talking about anything today let’s think about samples of the following quotes for a minute: “Look, you are peddling Third World politics here in America; These politicians ought to know that we’re not a Third World country; We’re not gonna let anyone turns our nation [U.S.] into a Third World country; I tell you what, this is ...

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I Have Not Endorsed Prez Mahama – Emelia Brobbey

Ghanaian entertainers publicly endorsing political parties ahead of this year’s December 7 polls has become a norm in the country but another trend developing in recent times is people editing videos and pictures of stars to portray they have shown their support for a certain political party and its flag bearer. After actor Kwaku Manu’s peace video was edited to ...

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Stun in Ankara

I love the fact that they tapped into the #BuyGhanaian campaign or buying locally made ready-to-wear fabrics (you too can join in!) The beauty of buying Ghana made products is that it helps the economy grow and it helps local talents. There are many designers that are indeed great at what they do, they just need patronizing. I’m loving every ...

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Mahama has only transformed corruption – Bawumia

The 2016 vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has stated that the only thing President Mahama can boastfully claim to have transformed over the last 8 years of his stewardship is corruption. Addressing a rally in Bolgatanga on Sunday, August 28, 2016, Dr. Bawumia explained that the many cases of corruption that have rocked the ...

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Man City building own identity – David Silva

David Silva insists Manchester City are forging their own style under Pep Guardiola. City beat West Ham 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, a game in which they threatened to blow the Hammers away with some sparkling football during the first half. The Blues’ mettle was put to the test after Michail Antonio pulled a goal back for the ...

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