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I caught HIV on a one-night stand and now I want to warn you

A Kenyan woman who was infected with HIV is speaking out about the risks of getting infected after she became HIV-positive following a one-night stand. Naomi Ireri, 41, a campaigner who warns youths against rushing into sex, told BBC Swahili how she had only known the man for a week …

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Undersea fiber cable cut caused data services disruptions – MTN Ghana

Telecommunications company MTN Ghana has apologised to subscribers in Ghana for fluctuations in data services and international outbound calls experienced on Thursday. This follows numerous complaints by subscribers about their inability to undertake transactions over the internet. Some took to social media to make their concerns known. Is anyone else …

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Radio Tongu Director arrested for promoting separatists agenda

The Director of Radio Tongu in the Volta Region, Bestway Zottor was on Wednesday arrested for his alleged role in promoting the agenda of the Homeland Study Group Foundation, a secessionist group in the region. Radio Tongu is a community radio station based at Sogakope in the South Tongu District …

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US and China sign deal to ease trade war

The US and China have signed an agreement aimed at easing a trade war that has rattled markets and weighed on the global economy. Speaking in Washington, US President Donald Trump said the pact would be “transformative” for the US economy. Chinese leaders called it a “win-win” deal that would help foster …

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Fire guts parts of Accra Academy

Portions of Accra Academy near Kaneshie in Accra have reportedly been gutted by fire. The fire which is said to have started at around 7 pm on Wednesday reportedly engulfed parts of some dormitories – Alema and Halm Addo halls – while the students were in their classrooms during prep time. Some social media users …

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Ghanaian appointed Advisory Council member of University of Oxford

A Ghanaian writer and art historian, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim, has been appointed by the University of Oxford to the Advisory Council of the University’s Cultural Programme. In her appointment letter, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Louise Richardson said: “Your expertise in helping to shape the agenda for …

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