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SA Xeno attacks: No Ghanaian affected so far – Govt

DEPUTY FOREIGN Affairs minister Charles Owiredu has said no Ghanaian has so far been attacked in the xenophobic insurrection in South Africa. He also noted there are no reports that Ghanaian-owned shops or interests have been hit in the attacks. Black natives in South Africa have for the past week taken …

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Xenophobic attacks: Ghanaians in SA terrified

GHANAIANS LIVING in South Africa are unhappy with the seeming neglect by Ghana’s mission in South Africa in the wake of fresh xenophobic attacks. Black natives in South Africa have for the past week taken to looting and burning of shops owned by other nationals in Pretoria and Johannesburg. South …

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A diverse and culturally rich African continent is bedrock for storytelling

BY YOLISA PHAHLE MORE THAN 1000 languages are spoken across the African continent and this diversity means we have great stories to tell. The time for African voices to receive the exposure and representation they deserve is now. Today, Africa has a population of 1.1 billion as well as the …

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Coalition rallies for 20,000 unemployed nurses

At least 20,000 nurses are still sitting at home nationwide awaiting financial clearance and posting to health facilities where their services are critically needed. This is contained in a press statement issued to Starr News by the Coalition of Unemployed Nurses (CUN) following a recent financial clearance and posting of …

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Man arrested for eating at KFC free for a year, by lying head office sent him to taste if meals are up to standard

A 27-year-old student was arrested for eating at KFC for free for a year in South Africa. He used to tell the employees that he was sent from the KFC headquarters for quality check. The man whose name has not been disclosed was a student of the University of KwaZulu-Natal …

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Rosewood Chinese suspect missing

The Chinese woman, Helena Huang, who was arrested in Tamale for transporting trucks of rosewood lumbers and charged with possessing banned forestry products has been declared missing more than 48 hours after she was granted police Inquiry bail. The Northern Regional Police Crime Officer, Supt. Otuo Acheampong who confirmed the …

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UEW saga: UTAG demands resignation of governing council Chairman

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has called for the immediate resignation of the Chairman of the governing council of the University of Education Winneba, Professor Nicholas Abakah. UTAG has also called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to intervene in the impasse at the University. It is the …

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