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If saying the truth will make me lose my job, I’m ready – Domelevo

Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo has declared that if exposing corrupt officials and speaking the truth always will cost him his job, then he is ever ready for that. Speaking at the 3rd Kwadwo Baah-Wiredu Memorial Lecture, the outspoken Auditor-General said although some public officials are against his method, he is not in any way perturbed by their actions to sack him ...

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Chinese police unit in Zambia was the initial signs of Chinese government taking over Zambia

Chinese police unit in Zambia was the initial signs of Chinese government taking over Zambia. Please note that, we the people of Zambia love the Chinese people. But we do not want to be ruled by the Chinese government. We now understand that the People’s Republic of China requested that a Chinese police force be formed in Zambia to protect ...

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Headlinenews September 20 2018

Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers include: Daily Graphic: * Menzgold customers issue threats as investments lock up * Ghana Health Service to entice doctors to three northern regions * ATL struggles to keep workers, pay salaries Ghanaian Times: * Big boost for young entrepreneurs; 2,000 to benefit from GH¢ 30m government training programme * ...

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Attorney General summoned over J.B. case delay

An Accra magistrates’ court, on Wednesday, 19 September, summoned the Attorney General to explain the delay in commencing committal processes against the suspects accused of killing Abuakwa North legislator, J.B Danquah-Adu. The magistrate gave the order after the representative for the Attorney General failed to appear in court for the third time to begin the process of moving the case ...

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We have been scarred for life – Anas recalls near death experience in Malawi

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas says the traumatic experience he had with his team during an investigation in Malawi will live with them for the rest of their lives. Anas made this statement when he spoke to the BBC about how he and his team narrowly escaped death while investigating series of mysterious murders in Malawi. The piece ‘Malawi’s Human ...

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Stabilize Fuel Prices So We Live Within Family Budgets – GPRTU Chairman Cries

National Chairman for Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), Mr. Kwame Kumah has issued a clarion call to the Akufo-Addo-led government to help stabilize the current fuel price hike. He explained that even though the Union cannot fight for transport fare increment based on this recent 0.2 percent increment as it does not meet the 10 percent arrangement with the ...

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We Don’t Have Control Over Crude Oil Prices’ – John Boadu Tells GPRTU

  A plea by the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) to government to intervene and reduce the impact of fuel price hike on its members might heed to nothing. According to the General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), the Nana Addo-led government does not have control over the crude oil prices – hence, their demand cannot be ...

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Sri Lanka hands over port to China to pay off debt

Hambantota port was signed over to Beijing on a 99-year lease because Sri Lanka cannot repay Chinese loans it took out to build the port in the first place. Sri Lanka has formally handed control of a strategic port on its southern coast to China as part of a 99-year lease agreement. Under a US$1.1 billion (Dh4bn) deal that the Sri Lankan ...

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