Author Archives: VibeGhana

Alan should come back in 8 years- Effah Dartey

Former Member of Parliament for Berekum, Nkrabea Effah Dartey has admonished twice-failed New Patriotic Party Flagbearer hopeful, Alan Kyeremateng, to suspend his Presidential ambition for some eight years. Since losing the August 7 race for the NPP’s Presidential ticket for 2012, Alan has been in the news for the wrong reasons

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Govt. to investigate GFA

President John Evans Atta Mills on Wednesday returned from Switzerland and gave an assurance that proper steps would be taken by his administration to establish the Public Interest Committee (PIC) to oversee the disbursement of funds invested in football by the state

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Nigeria and China Building Huge Free Trade Zone in Lagos

China and Nigeria are building one of Africa's largest free trade zones in the commercial capital, Lagos. Chinese companies will use the facility to manufacture goods for export throughout Africa. On the tip of the Lekki Peninsula in Lagos, Nigeria and China are building a 16,000 hectare free trade zone to develop local manufacturing and reduce Nigeria's dependence on imported consumer goods

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Majid Michel Now A “Journalist Somewhere”

Ghanaian actor Majid Michel is all set to break new barriers and shock a lot of fans as he walks in the award winning but unsafe shoes of top investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas. The top actor, who is most often described as a ‘screen bad boy’, is relegating some of the ‘bad boy’ traits to the background to play the role of an investigative journalist in his upcoming movie titled ‘Somewhere In Africa’

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Israel, Palestinians resume direct peace talks

Israeli and Palestinian leaders have launched their first direct peace talks in nearly two years. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas joined U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for opening statements, Thursday, in Washington. Mr. Netanyahu said a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians would take "painful concessions" from both sides

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South Africa to deport Zimbabwe refugees

The South African government has decided to end special dispensation for undocumented Zimbabwean refugees and will deport those who do not have permission to stay by the end of the year. At least one group representing Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa described the decision by President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet this week as "tantamount to a death sentence"

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