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Standard Chartered Bank

StanChart Ghana delivers strong half-year results

“Our first half results show that we are making steady progress in the execution of our strategy. We continue to pursue a recovery and...
Golfer Amos Korblah

Amos Korblah Shines At British Senior Golf Open

After the final day of play, Amos Korblah played a total of 300 points which placed him in the 66th position. ...

Montie Pardon: Arthur K Says Bediatuo’s Rantings Are Empty

Nana Asante Bediatuo and other lawyers who are challenging President John Mahama’s powers as far as freeing the three convicted Montie contemnors is concerned,...
Nana Akufo-Addo - NPP flagbearer

Spiritualists envisages Akufo-Addo’s Victory

The latest to foretell the winner of the polls is the chief priest of the powerful “Kwaku Firi Shrine” in Nwoase, in the Wenchi...
YFM Dialogues with the Youth

Youth Urged to partake in the decision making of the country

Mr Emmanuel Nsobila, Executive Director of HOPE FAITH FOUNDATION, a youth led organization that exit to empower the youth to achieve their highest...
Mahama

Nzema heads of schools hails President Mahama

They said the buses had come at a time most of the schools were in dire need of them to facilitate their shuttle services...
On Business helps SMEs maximise travel budgets

Making the best from a business travel

Jetting off on business may seem like a welcome escape from the daily grind but it can also be seriously disruptive with constant calls...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

Farming activities in Yawkoko not encouraging due to bad roads

The people of the community and its surrounding areas, near Coaltar in the Ayensuano District have to carry their wares and walk the long...

Breast cancer, most prevalent cancer in Namibia

479 new cases were reported in 2014, while only 289 where recorded on the National Cancer Registry in 2010. The rising trend...
Gareth Bale

Euro 2016: Bale Making History

Gareth Bale, Real Madrid's star and the talisman of Wales, scored three goals in the ongoing Euro 2016 group stage, one for each game,...
Ghana’s Parliament

The Laws of Society on the Tablets of the Musician

It is a person’s choice whether or not they want to expose themselves to any type of music considered unsuitable and demeaning. If nobody...

Ghana stands faithful in making Maritime University the best

Mr Fifi Kwetey, the Minister for Transport, speaking at the 17th Board of Governors Meeting of the RMU in Accra said: “We have no...
oil

Crude prices fall back on profit making

According to data released Friday by oil service company Baker Hughes, the number of U.S. oil rigs in use fell by 10 this week...
Solar

Ghana Making Inroads In Renewable Energy Sector

The plant which is located on a 100-acre land near Winneba in the Central Region, was built in partnership with the Chinese Company, Beijing...
Hi Tech Steel

High tariffs making Ghana’s steel non competitive

Emmanuel Ayansu, Investments Adviser to Ghana's Sentuo Steel Ltd., said Tuesday that the high cost of production in Ghana has made local steel products...
Yoweri Museveni

Uganda looks at making its middle class productive for development

by Ronald Ssekandi, Samuel Egadu The Ugandan government has said it is making a policy shift to focus more on creating a productive middle class...

Banking Gurus to go in for 7 years over bad decisions

The British Treasury said new laws by Chancellor George Osborne in force today could also attract unlimited fine if the actions of convicted bank...

Kenyan farmers get new export bean varieties

The four bean varieties namely KAT bean 9, KAT X69, KAT bean 1 and KAT bean X56 were developed by local scientists at the...
Nokia

Nokia’s old production capital to become new site for handset making

The facilities built originally by Nokia still partially exist in Salo. Microsoft, who purchased the Nokia handset branch, is in the final phase of...
Cuban leader Raul Castro (L) meets with U.S. President Barack Obama (R) on the sidelines of the 7th Summit of the Americas in Panama City, capital of Panama, on April 11, 2015. U.S. and Cuban leaders held first face-to-face talks in over half a century on Saturday in Panama City, amid detente between the two nations. (Xinhua/Estudios Revolucion/Pool/Prensa Latina) (da)

Obama is confronted with the task of making his Cuba legacy permanent

by Raul Menchaca As U.S. President Barack Obama is visit Cuba, his biggest challenge is to make his legacy of rapprochement with Cuba irreversible, an...
Huawei's growth has been helped by strong demand for smartphones in ChinaHuawei's growth has been helped by strong demand for smartphones in China

Huawei to unveil 4.5G results at MWC

Huawei is to present solutions for 4.5G, IoT (Internet of Things) and Safe City, among other innovations, with the aim of "helping global telecommunications...

Eastern Region Progresses With Maternal Death Reduction

PICCAM - an acronym for passion, innovation, commitment, compassion and accountability for maternal and neonatal health, focuses on tackling preventable deaths among mothers and...
rand

South Africa trying to retrieve millions of rand from seized plane

The plane, carrying rand notes printed in Munich Germany, was seized in Zimbabwe after a dead body was found on board. The plane...
African women farmers

Sale of manure brings in more cash to Kenyan farmers

The farmers, mainly those who keep poultry, cows, sheep and goats, are selling a 90kg sack for up to 5 U.S. dollars as demand...
football

Columbian media says China is a fast becoming a football hub

"China has the economic capacity and ambition to build the strongest league on the planet. That growth will change the geopolitics of the game,"...

Court begins hearing on fake penis case

Queenie Akuffo, a student, charged with unnatural carnal knowledge, pleaded not guilty. The victim, who mounted the dock narrated to the Court what transpired between...
boat

More than 80,000 refugees arrived in Europe in first week of 2016

"Despite rougher seas, harsh winter weather, and numerous hardships endured upon arrival, the Agency says that more than 2,000 people a day continue to...
A Palestinian vendor sells toys made in China at his store, in the West Bank city of Nablus, on Sept. 12, 2015. For many Palestinian business men, Chinese goods are good choices due to the cheap price. In Nablus, "China" is a common word to everyone, and made-in-China goods are everywhere in markets and sold for reasonable prices.(Xinhua/Nidal Eshtayeh)

China’s revised one child policy gives boost to businesses

"Although they can share toys, we have to clarify who owns the toy to avoid fighting, a sweet headache for having two kids," she...
Deputy Education Minister Alex Kyeremeh

Government Making Huge Investment In Science, Maths Education

He said the huge investment by way of provision of laboratory equipment alongside the training of science and mathematics teachers and laboratory technicians, attested...

South African MPs call for criminal offence against those responsible for mine accidents

This came after six mine workers were killed in three separate accidents within two months at Impala Platinum Mine in North West. In December...