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According to NHIA Pregnant Women Have Become More Confident

Mr Kasimu Abudulai, the Upper East Regional Operations Manager of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), said pregnant women have confidence in the free...
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According to WHO huge health bills has rendered 100 million people extremely poor

About 100 million people worldwide are pushed into extreme poverty each year by health spending, despite government coverage of an average of 51 percent,...

According to Global WAF report F5 remains a strong player in firewall security

F5’s position as a dominant player in the Web Application Firewall (WAF) market has been underscored by its participation in ‘Global Web Application Firewall...

Professor commend Nana Addo for pledge to create new regions

Professor Kwasi Nsiah-Gyabaah, the Vice President, Nkoranza Anglican University College of Technology (ANGUTECH), has commended President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for fulfilling of his...
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GNCCI receive 800 applications for maiden Awards

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) says a total of 800 applications were received for the maiden Chamber Business Awards due to...

Christians Exhorted To Demonstrate Christ-Like Behaviour

Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Ntow Amoani, the Chairman of Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), has exhorted Christians to demonstrate Christ-like behaviour in the discharge...
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Buhari’s 32” TV and Garba Shehu’s Interpretations So Far

When you think you have seen it all and nothing from the presidency could surprise you any longer, then you are hit with even...
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MCE Charge Sub-Metro Heads To Be Efficient

Mr Anthony K. K. Sam, the Metropolitan Chief Executive of the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly has admonished the newly inducted officers of the various sub-...

George Bush Hospitalized For Further Observation

Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized again in Houston for what was termed a mild case of pneumonia, a spokesman said Tuesday. The...
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CBO’s Urged To Work Collectively With Gov’t

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have been urged to partner government for collective action towards achieving Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A...
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Dev’t Partners To Offer Expertise For One Village One Dam Project

The Government of Ghana is liaising with three different partners from both the United States and Brazil for expert advice and services on the...

African Heads of State Arrives Ahead Of Presidential Inauguration

Some African Heads of State have arrived in Ghana for the investiture of President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Saturday, January 7. Zambia President, Edgar...
Dozens of Russian athletes have been tested positive for meldonium which was banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) from this year. (Sputnik Photo)

Ghanaian Athlete Banned 4 Years For Doping Violations

The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA), has banned athlete Tim Abeyie for four years for doping violations in Germany. Abeyie, who switched nationality from the United...
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Ghana says have strong surveillance system to prevent dengue outbreak

Dr Emmanuel Kojo Tenkorang, Western Regional Director of Health Services, said the surveillance systems and response mechanisms in Ghana are able to detect...

Western, central Africa lagging behind in HIV prevention

The report shows that the region accounts for 18 percent of people living with HIV, but a serious lack of access to treatment means...
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WeChat accounts are new channel for individual expression

At present many media organizations, companies and individuals in China have launched official accounts on WeChat, striving to attract more subscribers to expand their...
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Dividends on global shares fall in third quarter

Global dividends fell to 281.7 billion U.S. dollars in the third quarter, down 4.0 percent year on year, according to the Global Dividend Index,...
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UNAIDS: 38 million people living with HIV worldwide

The report titled Get on the Fast-Track: The Life-Cycle Approach to HIV says of the 38 million people, about 18 million are women and...

Taiwan sees increment in export

Export orders for the month stood at 42.68 billion U.S. dollars, according to the department. It was the third consecutive monthly increase. ...
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Armed clashes continue in Myanmar’s northern state

The three armed groups are Kachin Independence Army (KIA), Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) and Kokang's Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA). ...
A Turkish boy waves to Turkish tank convoy driving into Syria from the Turkish Syrian border city of Karkamis in the southern region of Gaziantep, on August 26, 2016. (AFP/Xinhua)

Russia claims use of chemical agents by militants in Syria

Russian experts conducted the examination on bomb fragments in the northern Syrian city and confirmed the use of toxic weapons by militants there,...

Food prices rise in Czech Republic in 2016

Over the past year, the foods prices increase in the country, especially the price of cheese rose noticeably by one third. The...
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Malta not to issue new temporary protection certificates for failed asylum seekers

The news was presented by Malta's Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela in a meeting with representatives of local non-governmental organisations working with asylum seekers. ...

Polish defence minister appoints over 50 officers to top-level military posts

Among the new appointees are General Wojciech Grabowski who will serve as the inspector for land forces, General Slawomir Kowalski who was elevated to...

More Americans live on streets despite overall decline in homelessness

The number of homeless people sleeping in shelters and streets altogether went up by 12 percent in Los Angeles and 14.4 percent in Washington,...

Namibia vehicle sales to continue on downward trend

The statistics released on Monday, also show that on an annual basis, total vehicle sales contracted by 34.5 percent in Ocotober compared to a...

AU reiterates concern about the situation of Libya

The High Level Committee reiterated the deep concern of AU about the prevailing humanitarian and security situation, and the deadlocked political process in Libya,...

Ghana’s inflation falls in October

The month-on-month inflation for the month under review was also 1.4 percent, compared with the 0.2 percent recorded in September 2016. Addressing...
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Namibia to get first taste of Color Run

Namibia was the only country missing out in the region after South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana hosted their own events. Regional Director...
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Sierra Leone warned against widespread mental illness

Nahim told media on Thursday that the increase in the mental illness population was associated with the "country's economic situation" and the rampant use...