Aug
30

USAIN BOLT’S DISQUALIFICATION SHOULD BRING URGENT RULE CHANGE

USAIN BOLT’S DISQUALIFICATION SHOULD BRING RULE CHANGE The Ghanaian Times 30th August, 2011 By CAMERON DUODU Ok, sports events are often littered with anti-climactic moments. Like Ben Johnson being exposed as a drug-cheat at a press conference at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, after wowing the world with a 100-metres time of 9.79 seconds. When… Continue reading »

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Aug
29

“A BAD TIME TO BE A BLACKMAN IN LIBYA”

CHANNEL4 (LONDON) REPORT

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Aug
27

HOW THE UNITED STATES BATS FOR AMERICAN COMPANIES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 ACCRA 001289 SIPDIS NSC WASHDC FOR MICHELLE GAVIN AF/EPS FOR ELLIOT REPKO DOC FOR MAC DAS HOLLY VINEYARD E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: ECON [Economic Conditions] EFIN [Financial and Monetary Affairs] EINV [Foreign Investments] BSSR GH [Ghana] SUBJECT: GHANA: COKE ON THE ROCKS ¶1. SUMMARY: On November 18, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning… Continue reading »

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Aug
25

AFRICA WILL ONLY BECOME STRONGER IF IT INTEGRATES –MUSEVENI

Africa must avoid the kinds of conflict seen in the Middle
East, Museveni argued. What do you care if someone else eats
pork, or is from a different tribe — what you should care
about is whether he will buy what you are selling. But
instead of talking about trade and access to markets,
Museveni lamented, Africans are talking about pork.
Emphasizing his point, Museveni said he had become the first
Christian in his family in 1947. However, he flatly stated
that at the Durban conference on racism, he had declared that
he was considering returning to his local tribe’s religion,
because, “back at my home, we never cared what anyone else ate.”

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Aug
25

WIKILEAKS: HOW THE US VIEWS GHANA

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 03 ACCRA 000483 SIPDIS SENSITIVE SIPDIS E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: BR CH ECON GH IN PGOV PHUM PREL RS SUBJECT: GHANA AT 50: A WORLD VIEW REF: A. ACCRA 285 ¶B. ACCRA 286 ¶C. ACCRA 314 ¶D. ACCRA 321 ¶1. (SBU) Summary: This is the seventh and final in a series… Continue reading »

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