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GHANA’S 58TH INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS

More 3 of 21 Web Clip CNN.com Recently Published/Updated – Inside the Jewish community ‘at home’ in Esfahan, Iran – 0 minutes ago NEWS ITEM (GHANA’S 58TH INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS) Inbox x Biiya Mukusah Ali 10:41 AM (0 minutes ago) The District Chief Executive for Sunyani West, (DCE), Agnes Kusi, has revealed that the Sunyani West District currently ranks third ...

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CHIEF BUTCHER PRAISES GOVERNMENT

The Chief Butcher in the Techiman Municipality, Kassim Mohammed, has praised the Government of the NDC and the Techiman Municipal Assembly in particular for responding to the appeals of butchers and the entire Zongo Communtiy through the initiation of badly needed projects that will make their life better.  The Chief Butcher, who was speaking in interview with the Develop Ghana ...

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We are back to cash-and-carry- GMA executive warns

Ghana is inching towards a return to the dreaded cash-and-carry-system Deputy General Secretary of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) Dr. Justice Yankson has revealed. According to him hospitals across the country have run into complete bankruptcy due to failure by the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) to pay claims made by service providers. The claims are said to be in arrears ...

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STUDENTS URGED TO TAKE EDUCATION SERIOUSLY

The Chief of Buoku, Nana Addai Sekyeredu, has called on the Ghana Education Service (GES) and stakeholders in education to assist Buoku Senior High School to get a Headmaster and Teaching and Learning Materials. He said the support will go a long way to enhance quality education in the area. Nana Sekyeredu made the call during the inauguration of the ...

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BRONG AHAFO NHIA HOLDS ANNUAL REVIEW MEETING

The Bono-Ahafo Regional Director of Health Services, Dr. Timothy Letsa, has stated that although the NHIS Law makes room for a three months delay in the payment of claims to Health Providers, the current situation where claims are in areas of over six months does not augur well for quality healthcare delivery in facilities across the Region.  He has therefore ...

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WENCHI HOSPITAL: LANDSHUT HOSTEL

The Methodist Hospital in Wenchi has commissioned a 12-room patients relatives hostel to provide accommodation for relatives of people admitted to the hospital. The “Landshuter Patients Relatives’ Hostel”, constructed at a cost of 164 thousand Ghana Cedis  is a joint donation by the German Government  and Ghanaian Community in Landshute, in Bavaria, Germany. The German Government paid 75 percent of ...

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Ten(10) thousand bunk-beds and mattresses to selected second cycle schools

The government will this year distribute 10 thousand bunk-beds and the same number of mattresses to selected second cycle schools in the Brong-Ahafo Region. The Regional Minister, Eric Opoku who announced this added that five thousand dual-desks as well as the same quantity of mono-desks will be supplied to some basic schools across Brong-Ahafo. Mr. Opoku announced the packaged at ...

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Global Wage Report 2014/15

Global Wage Report 2014/15 The Global Wage Report 2014/15 reviews the main trends in wages in developed, emerging and developing countries. It also analyses inequality in the labour market and in household income. The report in short: Wages and income inequality ILO News Global wage growth stagnates, lags behind pre-crisis rates  ILO warns of stalled wages in many countries and ...

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Gabon begin AFCON campaign with Burkina Faso win

Sunday 18th January , 2015 7:48 am  0  0  0  0  New Gabon began their Africa Cup of Nations campaign with a win over 2013 runners-up Burkina Faso to go top of Group A. Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring with a cool finish from inside the penalty area before the break. Burkina Faso were dangerous throughout with ...

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Madagascar gov’t resigns as blackouts roil country

The government of the Indian Ocean island nation of Madagascar has resigned, the presidency announced, amid growing criticism and violent protests over the cabinet’s handling of recurring power blackouts. President Hery Rajaonarimampianina made the announcement in a decree released overnight, and said he was in the process of appointing a new government. “Until the formation of a new government of ...

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