Monthly Archives: September 2016

Agyemang Badu Confident Of 2018 World Cup Qualification

Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu is confident Ghana will book a ticket to the 2018 Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in Russia. Ghana will be chasing a fourth successive appearance at the mundial and the Udinese influential player said, though qualifying to the World Cup will be challenging, he is optimistic the Black Stars will be ...

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Expresso Ghana Workers Give Owners Deadline

The Staff of Expresso Ghana, an African telecommunications services company, have asked their management to settle at least one-third of their accrued salaries by the first week in October, else they would advise themselves. Expresso Ghana, also known as Kasapa Telecom Company, was wholly acquired by Expresso in 2008. In 2016, however, 18 per cent of the company’s shares were ...

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Samsung’s Galaxy S8 may have a 4K screen and dual cameras

Samsung’s having a really terrible month. Several of its products — new and old — are literally exploding left and right.Looking forward is the only thing the South Korean electronics giant can do as it recalls and exchanges Note7 phones prone to catching on fire from defective batteries.The potential lost sales from the Note7 may push Samsung to move the ...

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Why Your Ex Still Crosses Your Mind from Time to Time

You’ve gone through the motions of healing and moving on, but for some reason, your ex still lingers in your mind. What’s the deal? You know deep inside your heart and soul that you are over your ex. You have made peace with the past, and you are even in a new, happy, and fulfilling relationship. But sometimes, you can’t ...

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14 Ways Positive People Separate Themselves From Negative Energy

Negative energy can be found almost everywhere. There are people complaining about life constantly, practicing bad habits and bringing you down. The emotions they spread influence your thoughts and actions in a bad way so avoiding the sources of negative energy is obligatory if you want to be more successful. Everyone can be easily affected by negative emotions and the ...

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I’m not in politics for money – Agya Koo

Popular Kumawood actor, Agya Koo, has asked Ghanaians to ignore comments made by some NDC fanatics that his support for the opposition New Patriotic Party was born out of hunger. According to him, such comments are “propaganda tools” used by supporters of the ruling National Democratic Congress to taint his reputation. His comments comes days after the outgoing PRO of ...

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Cape Coast, Tamale Polytechnics Cleared For Conversion To Universities

Two more Polytechnics have finally been cleared for conversion to technical Universities. These are the Cape Coast and Tamale Polytechnics, bringing to eight Polytechnics to be converted to universities by the end of this month. A statement signed by the Minister for Education Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang said the decision by the Technical Committee followed a re-assessment of the ...

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Olympics to play for pride

With qualification to the elite league already sealed for Accra Great Olympics, there would be very little motivation when they take on Istanbul FC in their final round of matches in the Division One League (DOL) at the Fire Service Park on Sunday. Victory for either side would have no bearing as far as qualification is concerned but head Coach ...

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Student protests at Mugabe-attended Zimbabwe graduation

Witnesses say a student has been whisked away by unknown people for protesting during a University of Zimbabwe graduation ceremony featuring President Robert Mugabe. An Associated Press photographer covering Thursday’s event says the graduating student held a placard complaining about joblessness in the country. Such stunts have become common at graduation ceremonies at this southern African country’s oldest university. Unverified ...

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UK Gov’t Cleans SADA’s Mess

Ostensibly frustrated over policy and integrity gaps afflicting development programmes between the two countries, including agriculture in the north, the United Kingdom (UK) Department of International Development (DFID), has descended into the SADA Belt, initiating a string of community programmes aimed at improving crop and livestock production in target communities in the Belt, particularly, the three northern regions. For most ...

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