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October 20, 2017 8:00 PM French left-wing firebrand quotes Thatcher in EU cash claim

French leftist firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon on Friday quoted former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in denouncing France's contributions to the European Union, saying: "I want my money back". The leader of the hard left party France Unbowed -- a fierce critic of the EU -- used his Youtube channel to rhighlight criticisms he had made in the National 81

October 19, 2017 10:04 PM Sudan doubles 2017 gold production targets in 9 months

Sudan has doubled its 2017 gold production targets in just nine months, Sudan’s Ministry of Minerals announced yesterday. In a report the Ministry declared that 74.6 tons of gold had been mined during the first three quarter period of this year, “The traditional mining companies produced 63.2 tons, doubling the planned production, while the small mining 74

October 19, 2017 5:54 PM ‘Mahama’s’ Hospital At Garu-Tempane Abandoned; Thieves Stealing Materials

One of the six district hospitals started by the John Mahama government to eliminate disparities in healthcare delivery in the country has been abandoned at the Garu Tempane in the Upper East Region. In August 2013 the then Health Minister Sherry Ayitey cut sod for construction work to begin on the hospitals under the 175 million-dollar turnkey project 74

October 19, 2017 3:11 PM Denmark To Cut Aid To Ghana By End Of 2020

Madam Tove Degnbol said it was time Denmark to move beyond giving aid to Ghana under the country’s strategy of development cooperation and rather increase collaboration in trade and investment. She said for the past after 25 years Denmark has been a long-standing and trusted partner to Ghana which has been based on development cooperation in social and economic 67

October 19, 2017 12:20 PM Expert advocates sack-farming technology to save forest loss

Assin-Fosu (C/R), Oct. 19, GNA - Mr Isaac Manu, an Agric Investment Consultant and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ikhman Consult, has advised Ghanaians to accept sack-farming as the latest technologically inclined method of farming that protects, preserve and reduce loss of forest cover and soil fertility. Sack-farming is a super modern agricultural 78

October 19, 2017 11:18 AM Amanda Staveley signs Newcastle confidentiality agreement ahead of potential bid

The sale of Newcastle United moved nearer on Thursday after PCP Capital Partners, the investment company run by Amanda Staveley, signed a confidentiality agreement with the club's owners. Staveley's organisation will now begin a period of due diligence of club finances after Sky Sports News revealed on Monday that owner Mike Ashley had put the club up for sale - and wants 92

October 18, 2017 2:53 PM Government to mobilise to close infrastructure gap

Accra. Oct. 18, GNA - Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, on Monday, said government would mobilise domestic and regional resources to close the infrastructure gap and other national needs in view of the dwindling overseas development aid to Ghana. He said sourcing international aid had become volatile because taxpayers of development partners had become 40

October 18, 2017 1:03 PM Airbnb’s cash injection to boost tourism in Joburg

Tourism in Joburg is set for a massive explosion after US-based Airbnb announced yesterday that it will invest R13.40-million to promote and support community-led tourism projects on the continent yesterday. The announcement was made by Chris Lehane, Airbnb Global Head of Public Policy and Public Affairs, at the Johannesburg City Hall together with Joburg 103

October 18, 2017 3:21 AM West African health practitioners build capacity

A one-week Management Development Training Programme for managers and leaders of healthcare organisations in West Africa has begun in Accra.The programme, which started from October 15, is expected to end on October 21, and has 51 participants from Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Cameroon. It is to provide the various ministries of health with the needed 88

October 17, 2017 10:32 AM School children lining up to greet presidents no big deal

For those of us who say the queuing of school pupils on the streets to welcome presidents is wrong and just a waste of time may have to think again because the Ghana Education Service (GES) says it finds nothing wrong with this trend. YEN.com.gh had earlier reported how some students in Accra had lined up at a filling station in Accra waiting on both presidents 35