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Standard Chartered

Standard Chartered issues 1st international yuan-denominated letter of credit using blockchain

Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) has recently facilitated the completion of the first international yuan-denominated Letter of Credit (LC) transaction using blockchain, signifying an important...
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IOM issues US$86.2 million emergency appeal for COVID-19 response in Nigeria

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Thursday issued an 86.2 million U.S. dollar emergency appeal to respond to COVID-19 in Nigeria and its...
Ghana Rugby

Ghana Rugby Issues “COVID-19 Policy & Strategy”

The President and Board Chairman of Ghana Rugby, Mr Herbert Mensah has issued a statement to the Ghana Rugby Family and Friends in which...
Rugby Ghana

Ghana Rugby Issues Draft Blueprint For Stakeholder Input

The Ghana Rugby Football Union (Ghana Rugby) has issued a “Ghana Rugby 2020 Blueprint” for study and input by its stakeholders. The Blueprint follows the...

Uganda issues stringent measures to airlines from countries heavily affected by COVID-19

,Uganda's aviation regulatory body has issued stringent guidelines that airlines flying from heavily affected novel coronavirus (COVID-19) countries must follow. The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority...
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Ghana Rugby Issues Fundraising Toolkit For Clubs

Ghana Rugby has issued a “Club Fundraising Template” to its Regional Associations and their Members, the Clubs, as one of the outcomes of the...
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses his Bharatiya Janata Party's rally in New Delhi, India, on Dec. 22, 2019. Narendra Modi on Sunday refuted allegations that his government is discriminatory in the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) which has triggered massive protests nationwide. (Photo by Partha Sarkar/Xinhua)

Indian police issues shoot-at-sight orders as death toll reaches 13 in citizenship law-related violence

Indian police on Tuesday evening issued shoot-at-sight orders in the affected areas in New Delhi, as communal violence over the controversial citizenship law intensifies...
Five hundred automobiles manufactured by a Chinese carmaker are about to be shipped to the Netherlands at a dock of Lianyungang port, east China’s Jiangsu province, Feb. 3, 2020. Photo by Wang Chun, People’s Daily Online

China issues concrete policies to stabilize foreign trade amid epidemic

By Qiu Haifeng Relevant departments of China recently rolled out policies to help enterprises create a favorable business environment to facilitate foreign trade amid the...

Bank of Greece issues commemorative coins to mark 2,500th anniversary of historic battles

The Bank of Greece (BoG) has just issued a series of commemorative coins to mark the 2,500th anniversary of the battle of Thermopylae and...
Jacob Zuma

South African court issues arrest warrant for former president Jacob Zuma

Pietermaritzburg High Court Judge Dhaya Pillay on Tuesday issued a warrant of arrest against former South African President Jacob Zuma in an effort to...

Uganda issues protest note to Rwanda over cross-border killings

Uganda on Tuesday issued a protest note to neighboring Rwanda over what it called continued killings by Rwandan security personnel along the shared border. ...
GFA Presidential debate

GFA Presidential Debate: Nana Yaw Amponsah, Kurt Okraku And Fred Pappoe On Top Of...

A historic night on Monday saw the five candidates for the Ghana FA top job engage in a hearty Presidential Debate to a national...

South African government issues US$5 billion bonds in international markets

The South African government has managed to issue to two bonds worth 5 billion U.S. dollars in international markets, the National Treasury announced on...

Ghana issues polio alert after confirmed case

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Friday said it was working with its partners to contain an outbreak of polio in Chereponi, some 610...
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South Sudan says optimistic of accomplishing outstanding issues amid delay fears

South Sudan on Wednesday said it's on course to accomplish all the outstanding issues within the remaining three months of the extended pre-transitional period...
Stone Town, Tanzania - September 9, 2015: View on typical narrow Stone Town street with souvenir shops on Zanzibar island. Man is sitting on a small chair in front of his shop. Bikes and motors are parked on the street.Typical buildings with Arabic and Indian influance.

Tanzanian PM issues ultimatum to 8 regions to set up economic empowerment guidance

Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Saturday issued a one-year ultimatum to eight regions in the east African nation to set up guidance on...
Forestry Commission

Forest Commission finds issues with report on forest cover loss

The Forestry Commission has described as inaccurate a report by the World Resources Institute (WRI) claiming that Ghana witnessed a 60 per cent change...
Kris Boyson reveals Katie ‘suffers in silence’ (Picture: Rex)

Kris Boyson was of great assistance to Katie Prince during her mental health issues

The 30-year-old fitness trainer spoke candidly last week about his own battle with depression and he claims he and his girlfriend offer one another...

Zambian government issues mining license to youths to curb illegal mining

The Zambian government on Sunday issued a small-scale mining license to youths in Chingola town on the Copperbelt Province to curb rising illegal mining...

Merck Foundation Collaborates with GJA to Train Media on Fertility Issues

The Merck Foundation, a subsidiary of Merck KGaA, Germany, in collaboration with the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), has organised a health media training to...
ida b. wells barnett marching in washington d.c. womens suffrage demonstration in 1913

Further Reflections on Women’s Suffrage and African Emancipation

African American History Month Series No. 4 From the antebellum period through the Civil War and Jim Crow the issues of gender and race were...
Health screening exercise

Viewpoint: Universal Healthcare in Africa is a Necessity for Genuine Development

Conference in South Africa raises issues on whether the approach should be private or state-driven Many of the news stories about African Union (AU) member-states...
UN Climate Change

Governments: Brainstorm over climate change issues in Bangkok

Against the backdrop of severe and record heatwaves, bushfires, droughts and floods across the world, governments held a supplementary meeting in Bangkok to prepare...

Uganda issues new tax incentives to attract more investors in free zones

Uganda has announced new tax incentives in a bid to attract local and foreign investors,, in free zones. The country's tax body, Uganda Revenue Authority...

Kwas Kese Charge His Fellow Musicians to Address Drug Abuse Issues Among Ghanaian Youth

Ghanaian hip- artiste Kwaw Kese has lamented the huge drug problem Ghana faces. He wants musicians to use their powerful influence in helping fight drug...
Ghana’s investment market

Quantum Terminals issues US$10 Million corporate bonds on GSE

Quantum Terminals an operator in Ghana’s petroleum sector became the first non-financial institution to issue Corporate Bond on Ghana’s Fixed Income Market at the...
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Social media and youth education: Issues and challenges

Being a paper delivered by Olalekan Ajia at the 2017 Ijebu Muslim College Old Students Association (IMCOSA) Annual Lecture recently. Social Media, Sites/Platforms and Apps But...

Internal problems interrupts NPPs Sunyani Congress

Internal Party issues have delayed processes of the Brong-Ahafo Regional Delegates’ Congress of the New Patriotic Party ((NPP) underway at the Catholic Pastoral Centre...
Malaria parasites - seen here infecting red blood cells - and mosquitoes do not like cold temperatures

An alert for Malaria has been raised by South Africa

South African health authorities on Thursday issued a malaria alert amid a rising risk of acquiring the disease both in and outside the country. The...
A smart car connected to mobile application is exhibited at the China International Industry Fair which opened in Shanghai on November 7, 2017. (Photo by Long Wei from People’s Daily Online)

China begins issuance of licenses to test autopilot cars

China on March 1 issued the country’s first three road test licenses to smart car makers, meaning that Chinese autopilot vehicles can get out...