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Some economists have urged West Africa to hold on to national currencies. (AFP Archive)

Benefits Of The ECO Currency

At long last the much talked about eco the currency for WEST African Nations is about to be introduced. Eight Nations most of which...
Katy Perry for Paper magazine

Katy Perry has improved So Much

The 'Dark Horse' hitmaker feels she has "pushed her limits" so much since she turned 30 and has also become more "tolerant and accepting"....
Colin Farrell

Colin Farrell Advise His Fans Against Fear

The 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' star revealed how he's learned to find happiness after years of obsessing over criticism and admitted...
IGP Ibrahim Idris,

IGP ‘Transmission Video’: How Much Can Nigerians Trust Video Imagery In An Era of...

What if it was not real ? I mean the IGP 'Transmission' video that has recently set the social media ablaze. Everyone I met...
The Walmart store in Hayden

Doug McMillon Earns Hundred Times More Than Walmart’s Median Employer

Walmart's CEO has earned 1,188 times as much as the retailer's median employee in a year, U.S. media revealed. During Walmart's last fiscal year, which...

Twice as much: The shift towards an active-active architecture

Being proactive in business has always yielded much more generous results than being passive. The same can be said for an organisation’s network. So,...

Chinese scholarships give Kenya’s disadvantaged students much-needed help

Kevin Naibei's childhood memories are filled with conflict, having grown in the restive Mount Elgon region in Kenya that experienced land clashes in mid...

Much ado about NAHCON’s relegation and probe

“Your service to pilgrims is trust. Don’t attempt to give me, my staff or any official from state pilgrims’ boards one kobo…Allah will judge,”...
China’s Foreign Aid

China’s Foreign Aid is as much people-focused

In the past six decades, China has provided nearly 400 billion yuan of aids to 166 countries and international organizations, lending a helpful hand...

Much Ado about Nothing!

Friends, I'm not talking about William Shakespeare's drama. I'm talking about the cliché of furor about “Angle” Bishop Obinim. It's about the trouble or excitement,...

E/R’s Division Two League Starts This Weekend

A total of 80 football clubs have registered to participate in the league and, which had been divided into 10 zones. The...

Nigeria in Dire Need for Unity

The accusation that moles within the All Progressives Congress (APC) are out for the jugular of office holders from the north is one that...

Ghana a nation of so much Hypocrisy and Dishonesty

I was in Rwanda this past April, and I have been writing about my experience in that country which came out of a civil...
oil field

Ghana commercial oil field almost ready for production

That would make 80,000 additional Barrels of oil per day (bopd) available to Ghana by the end of the year. "The TEN...
Ban Ki-moon

UN conference advocates more for gender equality

A women-oriented conference kicked off here Monday at UN headquarters in New York with calls from top UN officials to "seize the day," ensure...

US weighs its alternatives as IS Grows much stronger

With Islamic State (IS) radicals increasing their power in Libya, the United States is weighing its options in the war-torn North African state, but...

The Poor Not Benefiting Much From ICT – WB Report

The findings of the report have cracked a long-held narrative about ICT being an avenue for job and wealth creation, and a remedy for...
Ali Bongo Ondimba

Gabonese president says “much yet to be accomplished”

"Despite the numerous achievements of the last six years, much remains to be done," Ali Bongo said. Gabon's president first came...

The highly treasured in AIIB

Nevertheless, the world should be confident about the man at the helm of the new bank. The AIIB struck gold with its president-designate Jin...
George Quaye

Charterhouse Calls Off Ghana Rocks

George Quaye PRO of Charterhouse organizers “Ghana Rocks” has revealed that the much anticipated event has been called off. He broke the news on Pluzzfm’s...
Ghana Underground Music awards

Ghana Underground Music awards schedule for December 5

GUM Awards 2015 seeks to award hard working and dedicated talents who have stayed committed their respective arts but have not gained the necessary...
Ghana Tourism authority

Stakeholders asked to pay attention to Tourism

He said the potentials of the sector were enormous and with the right investments it would promote the economic wellbeing of the people. Nii Vanderpuye...

Ghana needs to abandon fossil fuel for a much friendly energy

While negotiations currently in Bonn, Germany have re-started at a slow pace, there is growing momentum that a long-term goal to reduce global emissions...
World Cup

Coach Dunga couldn’t be much angrier

Brazil World Cup winner Gilbert Silva has hailed the influence of Dunga in his second spell as coach of the national team. ...

God loves Nigeria so much-Kayode

God loves Nigeria so much. For those that doubt it kindly consider the following. They created ebola in their demonic labs for bio weapons. They...

Kris Hans premieres the much awaited “L.O.V.E”

Kris Hans premieres the much awaited "L.O.V.E" by his alter ego "Mr. Hans". The multi-Talented Act who came into spotlight with his hit single "17...

Spio Garbrah Winning Much From NDC and NPP

In the office complex of parliament house, anxiety, expectations and finally, a "chilled goose pimple" fulfillment filled the faces of expectant Ghanaians, the young...

Much Ado About Nothing New, Really!

Go To Hell, Mr. Amaliba!!! August 3, 2014 I don't know how long Mr. Abraham Amaliba has been resident in the country, but his vow to...

Emerging Markets In Africa Need Much Attention-INESETA

The first report in a series of planned reports, compiled from the research into the state of skills development recently commissioned by INSETA, indicates...

Mr. President: Are You Paying Too Much?

For half of this year alone, the government spent G.H. 4.3 Billion representing 70.1 percent of total national revenue on wages and salaries.   The...