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Thinking of Taking a Walk everyday? Six Reasons Why it’s Good for You

February 24, 2018//-South Africa’s new president Cyril Ramaphosa has been the talk of social media with his early morning walking routine.

UNWTO Report: 2017  Bumper Year for Tourism to Continue 2018

February 23, 2018//-The UN World Tourism Organization have published healthy figures for 2017, with Europe and South America the big winners.

Ghana to Host Maiden ‘Back to Africa’ Festival

Accra, February 22, 2018//-Ghana will host the maiden ‘Back to Africa’ Festival which forms part of an aggressive drive to encourage Africans in the Diaspora to visit the country to reconnect with their roots, become citizens and as well as invest towards national development.

Ghana: MPs Collect Signatures to Throw Out GLC’s Legislative Instrument

Accra, February 21, 2018//-There is a growing opposition to the General Legal Council (GLC)’s Legislative Instrument (LI) seeking to legitimise the entrance exams and interviews which are part of the admission processes at the Ghana School of Law.

Illegal Border Crossings Into Europe Dropped By 60 Per Cent In 2017

February 21, 2018//-The number of people illegally crossing into Europe dropped by 60 per cent in 2017, compared to the previous year reaching its lowest level in four years, officials said in a report released on Tuesday.

Ghana: Students Threaten Court Action over Law School Admissions

Accra, February 19, 2018//-A group calling itself the Concerned Law Students has threatened to seek redress at the Supreme Court if Parliament fails to withdraw the controversial Legal Profession Regulation.

‘Certificates Alone Don’t Guarantee Automatic Jobs’

Koforidua (E/R), February 18, GNA – The President of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Dr Yaw Adu-Gyamfi has advised students not to concentrate on acquiring certificates alone, but learn additional skills training to be relevant on the job market.

Nigeria: Benue State University Closed Indefinitely

February 16, 2018//-The management of the Benue State University (BSU) has closed the university indefinitely citing insecurity on campus as reason for the closure.

Red Cross Leader Assesses Humanitarian Situation in Libya

Geneva, Switzerland, February 16, 2018/ — As Libya enters its eighth year of conflict, the humanitarian situation of the population is relentlessly deteriorating amid persistent armed conflict, violence and insecurity, the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said today after a three-day visit to the country.

How WHO is Scaling UP its Response to Contain Lassa Fever Outbreak in Nigeria

Abuja, Nigeria, February 14, 2018/ — The World Health Organization (WHO) is scaling up its response to an outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria, which has spread to 17 states and may have infected up to 450 people in less than five weeks.

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