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WatsUp TV Expands To Burkina Faso, Guinea, And 40+ Countries

Pan African entertainment TV show, WatsUp TV has announced a partnership with Guinea Evasion TV and Burkina Faso’s 3 TV, to extend its content onto the Canal+ platform thereby extending their viewership to over 40 countries and 7 million homes on the satellite platform. The shows which will be produced ...

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Starting The Day: Herbalife Nutrition Advises on 3-morning Habits

The way we start our day tends to influence the way it turns out. Many of us now may have more time in the mornings and can create a routine that can help to keep us healthier and happier. Wake up on the right side of your bed with some ...

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Nana Kwabena Kumi I Shares History About The People Of “AGYANOA”

Nana Kwabena Kumi I Agyanoa is geographically situated at the lower hills of Aburi towards Nsawam and Koforidua. Meaning it is in the northeastern part of Aburi. They are the second of 6 Agona Clans in Akuapem. Originally placed in Bodwesanwo in Adansi by Nana Boa Amponsem I as ambassadors ...

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Bridging The Language Gap In Healthcare Delivery – Vodafone Healthline Call Centre

Language barrier can be frustrating for patients and health professionals during healthcare delivery. Clear correspondence is basic to delivering excellent healthcare. The results could be disastrous if medical information gets lost in translation when patients are describing their symptoms or when doctors explain treatment procedures. Vodafone Foundation through its Healthline ...

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Vodafone Cash Customers Continue To Enjoy Zero Charges On Transfers Up To Ghc100 To Other Networks

Telecommunications giant Vodafone Ghana has waived interoperability charges on transactions up to GHC 100 for its customers. Whilst transactions between Vodafone Cash customers have been free since September last year without any limit; customers will continue to incur no charges when they send any amount between Ghc1 and Ghc100, to ...

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Stacy Amewoyi Gears Up To Release 5 Books This June

African most well-known humanitarian, entrepreneur, and award-winning author based in America, Stacy M. Amewoyi is fully on the vend to outdoor her next outstanding novels in 5 books, exclusively stirred by the mysteries of life and relationship issues. The book from the encampment of TKC Publishing House set to officially ...

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Vodafone HR Director To Speak At The CEO Breakfast Series

Director of Human Resource at Vodafone Ghana, Hannah Ashiokai Akrong The Director of Human Resource at Vodafone Ghana, Hannah Ashiokai Akrong will on Thursday 25th June, share her perspective and experience on the topic ‘Managing an anxious workforce during and post COVID-19 for the business community’ at the 4th edition ...

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Hollard Ghana partners Melcom To Widen Insurance Penetration In Ghana

Insurance Group, Hollard Ghana has partnered Melcom Ghana to make insurance more accessible to Ghanaians and widen insurance penetration. The partnership will see Hollard provide insurance, starting with life insurance and savings policies to customers of the retail giant, Melcom Ghana, via an in-store Hollard-on-the-go booth. “We continue to do ...

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Vodafone Foundation Partners Novartis, NGOs To Mark World Sickle Cell Day

Vodafone Foundation Partners Novartis, NGOs To Mark World Sickle Cell Day Vodafone Foundation has partnered Novartis, a global medicines company, and the Coalition of Sickle Cell Association of NGOsto mark World Sickle Cell Day 2020.  The partnership is aimed at increasing public knowledge and understanding of sickle cell disease. A number of activities including blood donation exercise and ...

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Prophet Pleads Prez To Release Jailed Pastors …

Founder of Potter’s Family Chapel has pleaded with President Nana Akufo-Addo to release jailed pastors who violated the Covid-19 safety protocols. In 4mins video sited via online Potter’s Family founder Prophet Alex Armstrong called on the Prez. to be justice since he’s a Christian. According to him, “I want them ...

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