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China confirms Xi Jinping as leader PDF Print E-mail

Xi Jinping has been confirmed as the man chosen to lead China for the next decade. Mr Xi led the new Politburo Standing Committee onto the stage at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, signalling his elevation to the top of China's ruling Communist Party.

 
Leave polling stations after voting - EC warns voters PDF Print E-mail
The Electoral Commission (EC) has directed all voters to leave the polling stations immediately after casting their vote on Election Day. The directive is in contrast to an order by the executives of some political parties in the Eastern Region who keep asking their followers and supporters at their rallies not to leave the polling stations after casting their vote, so that they will help check illegal acts that will be perpetrated by their opponents.
 
Volta Youth Caucus declares support for Nana Akufo-Addo’s free SHS PDF Print E-mail

Volta Youth Caucus (VYC), a non-political pro-Volta Region advocacy group, has said the New Patriotic Party’s Free Senior High School (SHS) promise, could close the education access gap between the 'haves' and 'have-nots' in society.

 
South Africa: The Day the Cape Winelands Burned PDF Print E-mail

By Wednesday, the Cape winelands had morphed into a battlefield. As fires smouldered across the famously scenic fruit-growing region, in the embers of the ongoing labour dispute we found ordinary people who were tired, angry, injured and frightened.

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Tony Aidoo bought 'Kufuor's Ford expedition' at ¢6,200- NPP PDF Print E-mail

The opposition New Patriotic Party is accusing the ruling government of selling state property to its officials at rates far below market prices. At a press conference in Accra on Wednesday, a Deputy Director of Communications, Sammy Awuku, said the government auctioned off a Ford Expedition, formerly of the Presidency, to Policy Monitoring and Evaluation Director Dr. Tony Aidoo, who paid 6,200 cedis.

 
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