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Almost all the major religious practices in West Africa hav components that support the practice of family planning.

Vodafone Ghana Foundation, a charitable arm of the Vodafone Telecommunication Company, has organized a health screening exercise for residents of the New Juaben Municipality in Koforidua, as part of its corporate social responsibility.
28-07-2015 » All » Update on Big Brother Africa

M-Net has announced that while regional Big Brother shows are being produced, including Big Brother Angola and Big Brother Mzansi,the continental version of the show is currently on hold.Big Brother continues to captivate audiences in each market in which it is produced, and the move to regionalise the show allows producers to re-evaluate the direction of the show.

The Dukes Petroleum (DP), a leading Oil Marketing Company (OMC) operating in Ghana, has assured residents of the Agona West Municipality that adequate safety measures have been adopted towards the construction of two new filling stations at Agona Swedru.

Armed police personnel deployed to Half-Assini to protect life and property, have been withdrawn, following absolute peace that had returned to the town.
28-07-2015 » Political » Tema West MP loses primary

Madam Irene Naa Torshie, the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Tema West, has lost the seat to Mr Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah.

Dr. Christopher Yartey Akwaa-Mensah, Registrar, University of Education, Winneba, has pleaded for the Universities to be exempted from the employment freeze to help reduce the stress on lecturers.

The media has been asked to help encourage and deepen the involvement of the people in the activities of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs), to promote accountability.

Sod has been cut to signify the commencement of work on the construction of a three-classroom block for the Islamic school at Manso-Nyankomasi in the Amansie-West District of Ashanti. The project being funded by the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF) at the cost of GH¢171,510, will have facilities for an office, storeroom and toilets when completed.

As part of measures to provide stable and adequate power, the Volta River Authority is to provide an additional installed capacity of 260 megawatts of power to the national grid by November.
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West African religious practices support family planning.
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