Monthly Archives: December 2016

Finatrade faces imminent liquidation

A commodity trading company, Finatrade, is said to have begun series of job cuts in anticipation of an eventual liquidation as the company is soaked in more than GH¢1 billion debt that is threatening the survival of some banks in the country. The company, which is arguably the biggest commodity trading company in the country, is unable to meet its ...

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Taryor Gabriels Bespoke Debuts Holiday Collection with ‘A Man called Style’ Look Book

Popular with a select sect of celebrities and the society’s crème of the crop and famed for his very masculine power style, established menswear label, Taryor Gabriels Bespoke has released its self-styled editorial, inspired by the designers dandyesque approach to menswear dressing for the Holiday Season. Mused by its uber stylish Creative Director, Adetayo Adeyeye, the TG holiday editorial truthfully ...

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12 Things to Look for in a Guy Before You Date Him!

What makes a guy your perfect match? These 12 things to look for in a guy will definitely help you evaluate him as a compatible boyfriend material. Every girl is unique. And what you expect from a guy and from a happy relationship would be very different from what your friend expects. Likewise, relationships too are just as unique, and ...

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No fighting, please

In many parts of Africa, when people are voted into power, the only job description they assign to themselves, has always been as follows: ? Enrich themselves by milking the nation ? Amass wealth for their immediate and distant family members ? Make millionaires of their cronies and sometimes their tribesmen ? Save millions/billions in foreign banks Many African leaders ...

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David Dontoh for Diaspora Film Festival

Well-known Ghanaian actor, David Dontoh, will be in New York in the United States from Saturday, December 3 to Friday, December 9 as a special guest of the 24th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF). On Tuesday, December 6, four films featuring David Dontoh will be screened at the Cinepolis Cinema in Manhattan. The films are Kukurantumi- Road To ...

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Violence won’t consume Ghana under my watch – Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has pledged to do everything possible to ensure that Ghana is not plunged into violence during the electioneering period. There have been several chaotic incidents and violent clashes in country in recent involving supporters of the two major political parties – the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) arousing concerns from ...

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Sudan’s leader praises ‘straightforward’ Trump

Sudan’s leader Omar al-Bashir has praised US President-elect Donald Trump, saying it will be “much easier” to deal with him, the Emirati al-Khaleej newspaper reports. Mr Trump “focuses on the interests of the American citizen, as opposed to those who talk about democracy, human rights and transparency”, Mr Bashir said in an interview published by the newspaper. He added that ...

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Trump vows to back away from business to focus on White House

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump vowed on Wednesday to step back from running his global business empire to avoid conflicts of interest but gave few immediate details as concern over his dual role mounts ahead of his Jan. 20 inauguration. Trump, a real estate magnate who owns hotels and golf resorts from Panama to Scotland, said he would spell out at ...

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UN slaps North Korea with toughest-ever sanctions

The United Nations Security Council unanimously imposed its toughest-ever sanctions on North Korea, placing a cap on its key coal exports after the state’s defiant nuclear tests. The new sanctions resolution on Wednesday, which was spearheaded by the United States and came after three months of tough negotiations with fellow veto-wielding council member China, passed by a 15-0 vote. The ...

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We’ll make provision for ‘disgruntled special voters’ – EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) says it is working with various security agencies to resolve challenges with the special voters’ list. Hundreds of special voters who queued at polling stations across the country today [Thursday] could not cast their ballot during the Electoral Commission’s early voting exercise. Over 127,000 security and media personnel as well as EC officials and others who ...

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