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Sudan rebels 'down' Khartoum jet E-mail

Rebels in Sudan say they have shot down a government military aircraft after it had bombed rebel targets. The Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-North) says the Antonov bomber crashed on Wednesday in the Jau area, South Kordofan state.

Nigeria: Mob set police post ablaze over the killing of an Okada Man E-mail

Aggrieved commercial motorcyclists popularly called Okada and some residents of Kuola community in Apata area of Ibadan Wednesday, set ablaze the police post in the area over the alleged killing of a commercial motorcyclist by some policemen on illegal check point duties.

Aki and Pawpaw visit Delta State flood vicitims E-mail

Nollywood stars, Chinedu Ikedieze and Osita Iheme popularly known as Aki and Pawpaw respectively, were recently in Delta State, South Nigeria to visit victims of floods in that state.

20,000 mine workers fired in South Africa E-mail

Two mining giants, AngloGold Ashanti and Gold Fields, have dismissed over twenty-thousand mine workers last week for misconduct.

AngloGold and Gold Fields have fired 12,000 and 8,500 wildcat strikers respectively after they ignored a deadline to return to work.

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 18:27
Telecoms Inflation are Lowest in Ghana E-mail

Inflation in the Communications industry in Ghana now stands at 0.6 per cent, which is the lowest among all the key sectors in Ghana, according to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) from the Ghana Statistical Service.

South Africa launches new Nelson Mandela bank notes E-mail

PRETORIA - South Africa immortalized former president Nelson Mandela on Tuesday in a set of new banknotes bearing the image of the anti-apartheid leader, who remains a rare unifying force in a country still scarred by its racially divided past.

Melcom disaster: Nine-man Israeli rescue team arrives E-mail

A nine-man Israeli Rescue Mission on Thursday joined the Ghanaian rescue mission at the Melcom Shopping Mall disaster site to assist locate and extract any remaining survivors. The team was briefed by some Ghanaian officials at the site.

Achimota Melcom collapse; 3 feared dead, many trapped E-mail

Information reaching indicates that the ultra modern Melcom building at Achimota-Neoplan has collapsed. Reports say an unspecified number of persons have been trapped in the rubble, while rescue efforts are under way.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 14:23
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