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President John Mahama (right), in a short lecture at the University of South California on Made-in-Ghana products

President John Mahama (right), in a short lecture at the University of South California on Made-in-Ghana products

Mr James Agalga, Deputy Minister of the Interior

Mr James Agalga, Deputy Minister of the Interior

Vicky Wireko : The brevity of life, A reminder by Samuel Nuamah’s death

Vicky Wireko : The brevity of life, A reminder by Samuel Nuamah’s death

Ghana Police: Act Now To Save Children Smuggled into Slavery!

Ghana Police: Act Now To Save Children Smuggled into Slavery!

Max International, a nutritional supplement distribution company in Ghana, last Saturday launched some of its products to mark the first anniversary o...

Max International, a nutritional supplement distribution company in Ghana, last Saturday launched some of its products to mark the first anniversary o...

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revoked licenses of seventy micro-finance and money lending companies in the country. In a notice to the public, banks and...

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revoked licenses of seventy micro-finance and money lending companies in the country. In a notice to the public, banks and...

• Mr Kwaku Tweneboah Kodua (left), Head of Retail at Societe Generale (SG), Ghana addressing the press launch, while Mr Francois Marchal (2nd left), the Deputy MD of SG, Ghana, Dr Matt Lilley (2nd right), CEO of Prudential Africa and Mr Emmanue Mokobi Aryee, CEO of Prudential, Ghana, listen.

• Mr Kwaku Tweneboah Kodua (left), Head of Retail at Societe Generale (SG), Ghana addressing the press launch, while Mr Francois Marchal (2nd left), the Deputy MD of SG, Ghana, Dr Matt Lilley (2nd right), CEO of Prudential Africa and Mr Emmanue Mokobi Aryee, CEO of Prudential, Ghana, listen.

­•Mr Ban Ki Moon with our correspondent

­•Mr Ban Ki Moon with our correspondent

The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) has directed the Ghana Education Service (GES) to delete the names of 610 members of its staff from the government payroll...

The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) has directed the Ghana Education Service (GES) to delete the names of 610 members of its staff from the government payroll...

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