IMF approves Ghana’s Public Sector Reforms

Mon, 04-Dec-2017, 03:45
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the Public Sector Reforms for Ghana to be implemented in 2018.

Q2 2017: Europe's boom continues, but sharp slowdown in the Middle East, Latin America, New Zealand and some parts of Asia

Thu, 28-Sep-2017, 08:14
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The global housing boom appears now to be losing momentum, with most of the Middle East, Latin America,

UK Consumers told to stop buying 'fire-risk' fridges

Thu, 21-Sep-2017, 05:25
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Consumers are being advised to stop buying fridges and freezers with flammable plastic backs, which could create a fire risk.

London estate agent adds online technology for buyers and sellers

Mon, 18-Sep-2017, 12:05
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Independent estate agent James Pendleton is giving clients online control of its own consultants’ diaries as it pioneers a customer service revolution for the industry.

Pound hits highest since Brexit vote on rate rise speech but may affect mortgages

Fri, 15-Sep-2017, 10:33
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The pound has hit its highest level against the dollar since the Brexit vote after a senior Bank of England official fuelled speculation

Ghana’s Electronic remittances on e-zwich cards receive a boost

Mon, 14-Aug-2017, 23:38
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The total value of foreign remittances received directly on e-zwich cards amounted GH¢34.9 million between January and June this year, from 16,937 transactions

Google could now rival African young tech students search engine builders

Thu, 20-Jul-2017, 10:40
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Its becoming official that a 19-year-old Ghanaian university student Gabriel Opare has built a new search engine to rival Google and Youtube.

TAKE NOTE : Faecal bacteria 'in ice in Costa, Starbucks and Caffe Nero

Wed, 28-Jun-2017, 08:14
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Ice from three of the UK's biggest coffee chains has been found to contain bacteria from faeces, according to a BBC investigation.

Former housing ministers under pressure over Grenfell fire

Fri, 16-Jun-2017, 02:53
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The Grenfell tower fire scrutiny has brought into focus and urgency into safety in tall buildings around the world,  Africa is no exception.

DUP leaders enter Downing Street for start of talks on forming a ninority Gov expected in 36 hours.

Tue, 13-Jun-2017, 06:20
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DUP leader Arlene Foster and her deputy Nigel Dodds have just entered Number 10 Downing Street.