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Ghana to pay $2.5 mln surgery fee to separate conjoined twins

The government of Ghana has taken up the full cost of surgery for the separation of conjoined twins delivered at one of the top health facilities...

Rights group wants Ghana to drop charges against LGBT activists

Human Rights Watch has said Ghana’s attorney general must drop charges against 21 human rights activists facing trial for attending a paralegal training session. The...

Ghana’s President hired £15k per hour jet so he can shower

Ghana's government has justified the decision by the country's president, Nana Akufo-Addo to travel in a £15, 000 an hour private jet for his...

Ghana’s Green project targets planting over 5 million trees

Ghana on Friday launched a green project called Green Ghana Day aimed at getting citizens to plant over 5 million trees. The project is expected...

Rival militant group says Boko Haram leader killed himself

The leader of the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has reportedly killed himself. The announcement was made by rival Islamist militants in an audio...

Covid-19 pandemic fueling child labour in Ghana

The unprecedented economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, together with global school closures and inadequate government assistance, is pushing children into exploitative and dangerous...

Gambia: Commission uncovered ex-President’s alleged crimes

Testimony before a Gambian truth commission linking former president Yahya Jammeh to numerous grave crimes during his 22 years in office should be followed by criminal accountability, Human...

New study predicts more Covid-19 patients to die in Africa

A new study has predicted that patients who are critically ill with Covid-19 are more likely to die in Africa than in any other...

Trial of ex-Ivorian prime minister Guillaume Soro begins

Trial of former prime minister of Ivory Coast, Guillaume Soro for allegedly "plotting against state security" opened on Wednesday at the criminal court of...

An Infodemic is on the Loose, is South Africa Prepared?

As a rather more tangible virus spreads throughout the nation, it’s high time to consider how secure South Africa’s systems are against a digital...

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