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Recently I got an email from Kwaku, a young university student who is also an occasional MC. He wanted to know how to conduct himself when 'VIPs are in the audience'.

A proposed clinic at the Ho central market has become a place of convenience.

The Forestry Commission is seeking interest from private sector groups to support investment into a $323-million Accra eco-park project.

Mr Mathew Amponsah, Chief State Attorney, on Monday told the Financial Court hearing the case of Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome, a businessman that the judgement debt paid to the accused person was illegal.

The Executives of the National Youth for Peace (NYP) have called on members of the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG), the Ministry of Education (MOE) and other stakeholders in Education, to act swiftly to end the strike action embarked by the Association.

Airtel's juvenile football competition, Airtel Rising Stars (ARS) drew to an end at the national finals played at the Sunyani Coronation Stadium on Sunday 20th July 2014. In the boys' category, Zone 4 (Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions) picked up gold after thumping Zone 2 (Northern, Upper East and West Regions respectively) by 2 goals to nil. The bronze medal was picked up by Zone 1 (Gt. Accra, Eastern and Volta Regions respectively).

Such associations have already been set up in Zambia and Zimbabwe, and plans are underway to set one up in Kenya

A five-day regional seminar to enhance the capacity of officials of member countries of West Africa's International Trade, Taxes and Policies opened in Accra on Monday.

The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), an alliance of African farmer and civil society networks and allies met in Lome, Togo July 17- July 19, to celebrate the International Year of the Family Farming.

The United Nations (UN) has described Nelson Mandela, the late South African Leader as someone who proved that UN resolutions, sanctions and solidarity can win over violence and injustice.
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Interactive Alliance advocates creation of call centre association in Nigeria and across Africa
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