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Ecobank rolls out Mobile App to boost trade in Africa

Trade facilitation on the continent has received a major boost with the rolling out of the Ecobank Mobile App. The development will provide instant payment for goods and services from all the 33 countries Ecobank operates. It is aimed at minimizing the transfer of cash across borders for trade purposes. Speaking to Starr Business at the launch of the App in Ghana, ...

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Celebration of life in style

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Look How Partisan Politics Has Numbed The Critical Faculties Of Ghanaians!

Columnist: Kwarteng, Francis “Conversation doesn’t have to lead to consensus about anything especially not values; it’s enough that it helps people get used to one another” (Kwame Anthony Appiah). The recent fallout between the two major political parties in the vicinity of Akufo-Addo’s Nima residence, in which their members reportedly exchanged gunshots and insults and blows, offers damning insights into ...

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Why President Mahama must not be allowed to ‘tuaso’

Ghanaweb.com Columnist: Badu, K Of course, to relentlessly write and shout about the sorrowful state of Ghana’s economy which some people strangely perceive as a benign or a convivial issue, is to be regarded as a political extremist, or even as a radical conservative, who is seeking to discredit their beloved government, but we must be true to the faith, ...

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Love brewed in a luo pot ….video

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Early treatment of diabetic retinopathy reduce the impact of diabetes on individuals-Dr.Gladys Peprah Boateng

A Former Chief Dietician at the 37 Military Hospital Dr. Mrs. Gladys Peprah Boateng says early detection and timely treatment of diabetic retinopathy can prevent vision loss and reduce the impact of diabetes on individuals, their career and society. Dr. Peprah Boateng said this at a symposium on World Diabetes Day. She said the symposium is to create awareness on ...

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Fishing with Condoms in Cuba

  They are the world’s most popular birth control product, but in Cuba, condoms are also ingeniously used to catch expensive ocean fish that they would not otherwise be able to reach. In a country where the communist government is extremely paranoid about illegal emigration to the United States, and strictly controls who can own and use boats, “balloon fishing” ...

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Five unusual ways Ghanaians use weed

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