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ECONOMY-FINANCE

See the Top Bank Owned by Zoomlion's CEO

Jospong Group of Companies is a renowned investment holding firm with one of the most diversified holdings companies in Ghana with operations in other African countries and Asia.

  11 months ago ago
See the Top Bank Owned by Zoomlion's CEO

POLITICS

RIP: See More Pictures Of The Ex-President Who Died Today And That Of His Beautiful Wife

Death is very painful, but it becomes very very painful when the person who dies has brought a lot of joy into your life. Mali’s former President Amadou Toumani Toure, who led the Sahel nation for a decade before being removed in a coup, died in Turkey aged 72, a family member and a doctor said. Amadou Toumani Toure died during the night of Monday to Tuesday in Turkey,” where he had been taken for health reasons, his nephew Oumar Toure told AFP news agency on Tuesday. However, the death of man who brought

  1 year ago ago
RIP: See More Pictures Of The Ex-President Who Died Today And That Of His Beautiful Wife

POLITICS

The people of Salaga

Salaga is a town and is the capital of East Gonja district, a district in the Savannah Region of north Ghana.2 Salaga has a 2012 settlement population of 25,472 people.1 In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Salaga served as a key market town particularly for the busy regional kola trade and controlling Salaga gave a monopoly over trade to the North and trade to the South.4 Situated in the southernmost reaches of the Sahel, Salaga was referred to as "the Timbuktu of the south" for its cosmopolitan population

  1 year ago ago
The people of Salaga

CRIME

Sad News: Another Fulani's Murder At Kwahu, Eastern Region.

The Fula, Fulani, or Fulɓe people are one of the largest ethnic groups in the Sahel and West Africa, widely dispersed across the region. Inhabiting many countries, they live mainly in West Africa and northern parts of Central Africa but also in South Sudan, Sudan, and regions near the Red Sea coast. This news appeared first on Kessben TV. It was reported that unknown person shot fulani in Kwahu. They went to load cows from Aworoso in Kwahu East, and on their way home they heard a gun shot, so they jumped from

  1 year ago ago
Sad News: Another Fulani's Murder At Kwahu, Eastern Region.

MILITARY

18 Terrorists Executed By An African Government

Terrorism destroys lives and deprives children and whole nations of safe and prosperous futures. Islamic State seeks new foothold in Africa. After the terrorist organization al Qaeda, now the so-called "Islamic State" is trying to expand its influence in Africa. Military means alone are not enough to fight it.

  7 months ago ago
18 Terrorists Executed By An African Government

CRIME

Black lives matter likewise white lives

Most African Americans are descended from Africans who were brought directly from other Africans to America and were forced into slavery. The future slaves were originally captured in African wars or raids and transported in the Atlantic slave trade.3 African Americans are descended from various ethnic groups, mostly from ethnic groups that lived in Western and Central Africa, including the Sahel. A smaller number of African Americans are descended from ethnic groups that lived in Eastern and South

  1 year ago ago
Black lives matter likewise white lives

OTHERS-NATURAL-DISASTER

Ghana in trouble as Sahara desert is approaching

Deserts are defined as places on earth that receive less than 10 inches(25 centimetres) of rainfall per year according to the US geological survey (USGS). The Sahara desert is the third world largest desert with the surface area of 3.6 million miles (9.4 million km). The Sahara desert is the world's largest hot desert. It is even getting bigger as it is 10% bigger than it was near a century ago(1920). Scientists suggest that the climate change is also responsible. In recent times scientists examined rainfall

  1 year ago ago
Ghana in trouble as Sahara desert is approaching

AGRICULTURE

Check out the major diseases that Neem tree is capable of treating

Little History About The neem Plant 1.Scientific Name of Neem tree.Azadirachta indica 2.Family:Miliaceae 3.Classification :Azadirachta 4.Kingdom :Plantae 5.Rank:Species 6.Order:Sapindals. The Neem tree originates from India from where it was imported as trees from the avenues for its shade.As it resists drought, it was used in the Sahel in re-aforestation.These are the most used leaves in traditional medicine in treating of malaria, edema and rheumatism. The Description of The Neem Plant It is a small tree stand

  1 year ago ago
Check out the major diseases that Neem tree is capable of treating

POLITICS

Niger's head Bazoum appoints past minister Mahamadou as PM

Niger's head Bazoum appoints past minister Mahamadou as PM.Niger's new head Mohamed Bazoum (L) is photographed during his start at the global talks gathering place in Niamey on April 2, 2021.

  9 months ago ago
Niger's head Bazoum appoints past minister Mahamadou as PM

LIFESTYLE

CULTURE: Tribe That Have Many Sexual Partners And They Celebrate Annual Wife Stealing Festival.

This is just so fascinating as it shows how incredibly different cultures can be!This tribe culture always run in favour to some tribesmen and some tribesmen also loss.The Wodaabe tribe live in the Sahel, an inhospitable desert which stretches across Africa.

  10 months ago ago
CULTURE: Tribe That Have Many Sexual Partners And They Celebrate Annual Wife Stealing Festival.

CAREER-JOBS

The World Bank to invest over $5 billion as donation to Drylands across 11 African countries

LAGOS – World Bank Group President, David Malpass, has unveiled plans by the bank to contribute over $5 billion inside the following five years to help reestablish debased scenes, improve horticulture profitability and general job across 11 African nations.  This was reported by the President during the One Planet Summit, a significant level gathering co-facilitated with France and the United Nations, zeroed in on tending to environmental change and biodiversity misfortune.  As indicated by Malpass, the

  1 year ago ago
The World Bank to invest over $5 billion as donation to Drylands across 11 African countries