Monthly Archives: October 2016

Tips on How to Paint Your Nails Perfectly Even with Your Non Dominant Hand!

I’ve decided to do this post because Halloween is coming up soon! But before we get into the nail art, you need to know how to pain your nails properly for a good base for nail art. First, start off with clean, well groomed nails. We’ve talked about different ways to get your fingers manicure ready (and toes pedicure ready) ...

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10 TIPS TO HELP YOU LEARN A LOT FASTER AND BETTER

A quick scroll through your social media timelines usually tells you that people in 2016 really enjoy training their body’s so that they’re physically better than ever. But how many of us are training our brains? There are many benefits to training your brain, including being able to think on your feet, as well as learning faster and better. And ...

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Secondary education in North nearing crisis level – NGO

Mr Issifu Salifu Kanton, Executive Director of Community Development Alliance (CDA), has said Senior High School (SHS) education in Northern Ghana is nearing a crisis level. He said the academic calendar had been so badly affected that a three-year period of education had now been reduced to practically two years, making it difficult for effective teaching and learning. Mr Issifu ...

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The Chief of Staff needs our prayers, not condemnation

“Talking and eloquence are not the same: to speak and to speak well are two things. A fool may talk, but a wise man speaks”—Heinrich Heine. Ever been hit by a devastating punch from a stronger opponent in a fight before? Maybe yes; maybe no. But trust me when I tell you it is not a pleasant experience at all! ...

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Chinese man fined $20 for selling Zimbabwe flags without authority

A 28-year old Chinese businessman, Weidong Li, has been fined $20 by a court in the Zimbabwean capital Harare for selling the national flags without authority. The magistrate, Tendai Mahwe, said Li had to pay the fine or spend five days in jail after he admitted to contravening Section 5 of the Flag of Zimbabwe Act. A total of 314 ...

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U.N. aborts plan to evacuate patients from Aleppo, blames all parties

The United Nations has abandoned plans to evacuate patients from besieged rebel-held east Aleppo which it had hoped to accomplish during a three day lull in fighting last week, blaming all parties to the conflict for obstructing efforts. “The evacuations were obstructed by various factors, including delays in receiving the necessary approvals from local authorities in eastern Aleppo, conditions placed ...

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Facebook to allow graphic posts if deemed ‘newsworthy’

Facebook is taking steps to avoid a repeat of last month’s Napalm Girl controversy, while potentially opening itself up to a new headache. Facebook (FB, Tech30) announced Friday that it plans to cut down censorship of offensive posts that may violate its community standards against nudity and violence — that is, if those posts are deemed to be in the ...

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EU to strengthen educational collaboration with AU

The European Union (EU) would continue to strengthen educational collaboration with the African Union (AU) to empower the human resources for the continent’s socio-economic development. Mr William Hanna, the EU Ambassador to Ghana, said the EU partnership with Africa and collaboration together have real significance and real impact on the quality of what they do together. He said Africa’s Continental ...

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Real and Atletico Madrid banned from registering players

The Spanish football federation has been fined £180,940 for violating youth player transfer rules in the case involving Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Real and Atletico are banned from registering players in the next two transfer windows after losing an appeal against their own punishments. Fifa has given the Spanish FA six months to improve its transfer system. It has ...

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Stonebwoy endorses Esther Smith

It is rare in Ghana for secular musicians to endorse gospel musicians as their favorite and vice versa. This is because they all see their genre as unique and sometimes look down upon their colleagues from the other side. But award winning Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has endorsed gospel artiste Esther Smith as his all time favorite gospel musician in Ghana ...

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