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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) may very well be one of the most dangerous organisations to work for at
Angry workers of the Avenor office of the Electricity Company of Ghana are protesting the removal of the Manag
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has welcomed what it said are important measures Ghana has employed in t
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ECG Staff fear for their lives

ECG Staff fear for their lives

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) may very well be one of the most dangerous organisations to work for at the moment, as consumers’ anger reach a boiling point after months of inconsistent power ...

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Politics

2015 Budget reflected IMF recommendations -- James Avedzi

2015 Budget reflected IMF recommendations -- James Avedzi

Chairman of Parliament's Finance Committee, James Avedzi, says recommendations by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were factored in Thursday's budget and economic policy for 2015.

 Mr Avedzi'...

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Health

About 2,000 doctors to resign if … – GMA

About 2,000 doctors to resign if … – GMA

About 2,000 doctors are likely to resign from the Ghana Health Service if government fails to take measures to address their grievances, the Deputy Secretary of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA), Dr...

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Business

3,100 AngloGold Ashanti workers lose jobs

3,100 AngloGold Ashanti workers lose jobs

AngloGold Ashanti has confirmed that 3,100 employees of the company have been retrenched in the past two years.

The phased programme of retrenchment, it said, was done with the co-operation of the Ghan...

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Sports

Tanzania church bans Manchester United shirts

Tanzania church bans Manchester United shirts

Parokia Ya MT. Martin Wa Porres church in the Kinondoni district of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania have forbidden its congregation from wearing a Manchester United shirt according to a sign posted outside ...

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Love & Romance

The huge sex mistake you're probably making

The huge sex mistake you're probably making

So you've been seeing the same guy for a while now and everything is going great—he plans fantastic dates, he gets along with all your friends, and the sex is cancel-all-other-plans-amazing. Things ar...

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Ghana in Egypt for World Cup qualifier

Ghana arrived in Cairo today ahead of their World Cup qualifying play-off against Egypt.

All of Ghana's 24-man playing squad made the close to two-hour trip across the Mediterranean from the Turkish capital, Istanbul and arrived in the early hours of Monday.





After landing in Egypt, Kwesi Appiah and the Black Stars party were welcomed by their hosts before boarding the team coach to their hotel.

The Black Stars will have a training session later in the day at the Air Defence Stadium, the match venue for Tuesday's return leg to familiarise with the facilities.

Ghana lead the tie 6-1 after a thumping first-leg triumph in Kumasi last month. The aggregate winner qualifies for next year's finals in Brazil.

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