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Covid-19: Dawadawa patronage increases following President’s address

The covid-19 pandemic has raved and ruined many businesses but those in the business of selling Dawadawa, the disease has revived and revitalize their business thanks to the prominence...

Ghana: Life after the Coronavirus

Globally, all attention is focused on the threat of coronavirus, and especially about crime vaccine manufacturing. Analysts have raised issues with the current trend of doing things, as the...

Family in Upper West Region face stigma after couple recover from COVID-19

The Upper East Regional COVID-19 Emergency Response Team says stigmatising Covid-19 infected persons or those who have been tested, is impeding the fight against the virus in the region. The...

Lead For Ghana In Pursuance Of Educational Excellence

Going to school as a kid was, on certain days, exciting and other days aggravating. We got out of bed (sometimes forced), ate breakfast, put on uniforms, and headed...

Free the Vaccine

We do know for a fact that scientists across the world are spending sleepless nights in search for a Coronavirus Vaccine to immunize against the virus or a drug...

America’s Partnership in Ghana and Around the World Against COVID-19

The story of U.S. leadership in the global battle against COVID-19 is a story of days, months, and decades. Every day, the United States provides U.S. technical assistance to...

Kukula, the river god in perspective

Shrines and Growths, rivers, hills and forest play a very significant role in the lives of our people, either environmentally, economically or spiritually based on one’s believe and faith...

Coronavirus: The Ghanaian woman who invented the Veronica Bucket

The campaign to constantly wash your hands with soap under running water in the wake of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak has made the veronica buckets very popular in...

Fairtrade Foundation launches latest report on women in cocoa sector in West Africa

Fairtrade Foundation has launched a latest report on The Invisible Women Behind Our Chocolate which reveals some of the challenges of women in cocoa production in West Africa. The...

Ghana: Things you didn’t know about Fort Amsterdam

Over twenty historic forts and castles are dotted along Ghana's coast, some in crumbling ruins and others remarkably intact. Over centuries, they have changed hands from the Portuguese to...

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Africa

Madagascar minister sacked for plan to buy $2.2m sweets

Madagascar’s education minister was sacked after a plan to order $2.2m (£1.7m) worth of sweets was revealed. Rijasoa Andriamanana said last week she was ordering...

Libyan strongman’s last western stronghold captured

The forces of Libya’s UN-backed government have taken control of the town of Tarhouna, in a highly significant advance. Tarhouna was the last stronghold of...

World

Minneapolis says goodbye to George Floyd

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US - Hundreds gathered on Thursday for the first of several planned memorials for George Floyd, an unarmed Black man killed by...

Arctic Circle oil spill prompts Putin to declare state of emergency

Russia's President Vladimir Putin has declared a state of emergency after 20,000 tonnes of diesel oil leaked into a river within the Arctic Circle. The...