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Zimbabwe schools accept goats for tuition fees

Parents in Zimbabwe who cannot afford school fees can offer livestock such as goats or sheep as payment, a government minister has said. The country’s education minister Lazarus Dokora told the pro-government Sunday Mail newspaper that schools will have to show flexibility when it comes to demanding tuition fees from parents, and …

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The bodyguard of the Tamale mayor Iddrisu Musah Superior had to fire a warning shot to prevent a mob from attacking his boss at a suburb called Viting. Mr. Superior was in the community upon an invitation by authorities of the Viting Senior High School, following a renewed land encroachment …

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10 common reasons for a sexless marriage

Many couples fall into periods of sexlessness over the course of a marriage. In fact, psychologist and sex therapist Shannon Chavez told HuffPost that it’s “more common than not” for couples to experience a dry spell. And yet sexless marriages are still treated as a taboo subject. Over time, spouses …

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IMF advises gov’t to reduce cocoa producer price

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised the government to adjust the producer price of cocoa to reflect changes in international cocoa prices. According to the IMF, the downward adjustment had become necessary because the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) was grappling with a funding gap of GHS1billion due to the …

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IMANI’s claims on Aker Energy deal baseless – K.T Hammond

A former deputy Minister of Energy under the Kufuor administration,  K.T Hammond has downplayed the concerns of Policy Think Tank, IMANI Africa over Ghana’s agreement with a Norwegian oil company, Aker Energy. IMANI had accused Aker Energy of shortchanging Ghana in its petroleum Agreement with the country for oil production. …

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NDC’s posture a threat to Ghana’s democracy – EC

The Electoral Commission (EC) says some actions of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) are gradually becoming a cause to worry for the peace and stability in the country. The NDC has in the past days lashed out at the EC describing as distasteful, some actions of the Chairperson of …

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E/R: Girl,10, drowns at Akim Awisa

A 10-year-old girl has drowned at Akim Awisa in the Birim South District of the Eastern Region . The deceased identified as Akosua Frimpomaa drowned Wednesday, April 24, 2019 around 4pm in river Kosiko after a heavy downpour in the area a day before. Many hours of search by a …

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