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iPhone 7 unveiled in San Francisco

Apple has unveiled the highly-anticipated, new iPhone 7. The new model is water and dust resistant, has a larger screen and camera aperture. Other upgrades include,“the fastest ever smartphone chip,” stereo speakers, new wireless headphones called ‘air pods’, a larger memory and battery life and an integrated headphone and charger port. Nintendo’s Super Mario will also be available on the ...

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13 Foods Eaten By Ghanaians And Nigerians But Have Different Names

By:By: Paa Kwasi Boakye It’s obvious that Ghanaians and Nigerians are brothers from the same mother. Our similarities cut across music, lifestyle, culture, fashion etc. but little did you know that most of our foods are the same. Scroll down as we show you foods eaten by Ghanaians and our Nigerian brothers, only difference is the names given to these foods. ...

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First flight from USA soil to Cuba!

JetBlue Flight 387 took off en route to Cuba from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the first direct commercial flight between the US and the island in more than a half-century. The flight is the latest symbol of the thawing of relations between the former Cold War adversaries, who restored diplomatic ties in 2015. Soon, up to a maximum of 110 daily ...

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Wa Fruit Juice Factory starts production in September

Wa Fruit Juice Factory After breaking down in 2010, the Wa Fruit juice factory is expected to be reactivated to produce fruit drinks by close of September this year. This was disclosed to newsmen by the management of Ndana Company limited, a company contracted by the Wa Municipal Assembly to manage the facility. According to a member of the management, ...

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Ghana’s new airline to fly October

The defunct Ghana International Airlines A new national carrier for Ghana is expected to be flying by October this year, the Transport Minister Fifi Kwetey has announced. Mr. Kwetey said his outfit has had extensive deliberation with key stakeholders to ensure reliable and efficient services. The start of the new airline begins the process for Ghana to regain its past ...

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First Oil Production From TEN Fields Begins

First oil production from the Tweneboa-Enyera-Ntomme, also known as (TEN) fields, is expected to begin Thursday. The joint venture project, led by Tullow Ghana is expected to produce about 300 million barrels of oil over its lifetime, approximately 20 years. President John Mahama who is currently on a campaign tour of the Western region, will join officials of the Petroleum ...

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Scrap VAT on imported drugs – Pharmacy Chamber

Source: classfmonline.com The Chamber of Pharmacy Ghana has renewed its campaign to get government to scrap Value Added Tax (VAT) on imported medicines. According to the chamber, previous attempts to get the charges removed only yielded a 10 percent reduction in import duty. Speaking to Class Business on the sidelines of a sensitisation programme by the chamber, the Chairman of ...

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Michael Phelps Could Owe Uncle Sam $55,000 for His Rio Olympic Wins

Source: time.com/money Winning a gold will cost you. Award-winning swimmer Michael Phelps may be racking up medals in his country’s name at the summer Olympics, but that doesn’t mean Uncle Sam won’t demand a cut of his prize money. Phelps’ current income tax bill for winning five gold and one silver medal at the Rio Olympics? Up to about $55,000. ...

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