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Kwame Nkrumah Circle road Interchange project on course
A cruise at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, arguably the busiest place in the Capital City of Ghana, Accra, shows traders going on as usual with their businesses whilst the portion designated for a major road interchange project was disorganized as workers were s...

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PICTURE: Wrongly placed overhead footbridges on N1 highway
This is one of the overhead footbridges on the N1 highways which spans from the Tetteh Quashie roundabout to Mallam Junction in Accra. The project was funded by the US from the Millennium Challenge Account some few years ago. It is pathetic to note that the...

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Google is to start building its own self-driving cars
Google is to start building its own self-driving cars, rather than modifying vehicles built by other manufacturers. The car will have a stop-go button but no controls, steering wheel or pedals. Pictures of the Google vehicle show it looks like a city car wi...

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PHOTO: Some Chiefs in the Volta Region
In this beautiful picture is some Chiefs in the Volta Region of Ghana at a Durbar...

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Elmina Castle in perspective
Elmina Castle was erected by the Portoguese in 1482.  It was the first trading post build on the Gulf of Guinea.  And is the oldest European building in existence below the Sahara.  It is the oldest European building in existence below the Sahara.  First es...

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Maths: Find x.
Maths test 1. Find x.

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Report Guinea worm case and get GH¢200
Ghanaians who want to boost their livelihood with extra source of income now have the chance for their dreams to be realized by only reporting suspected cases of Guinea worm infestations to health facilities and receive Ghc200 for free. The cash reward is p...

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HE wanted a Job; But Facebook Said NO!
In the middle of 2009, Brian Acton was the software engineer that no one wanted to hire. Despite a  dozen years of experience at Yahoo and Apple, he got turned down by two of the Internet's brightest  stars at the time.  First Twitter said no in May. Then F...
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