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Re: False Publication About Ghana Armed Forces In Respect Of Late 203615 Lac Vondee Francis Atsu

The Ghana Armed Forces {GAF} has noted with deep concern the false publication which has gone viral on social media after the late Airman 203615 LAC Vondee Atsu Francis died in a tragic road traffic accident with the popular music artiste Ebony. 317 more words

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RE: FALSE PUBLICATION ABOUT GHANA ARMED FORCES IN RESPECT OF LATE 203615 LAC VONDEE FRANCIS ATSU

The Ghana Armed Forces {GAF} has noted with deep concern the false publication which has gone viral on social media after the late Airman 203615 LAC Vondee Atsu Francis died in a tragic road traffic accident with the popular music artiste Ebony. 317 more words

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A rough start: Things to watch out for

Probably most of us, as we go through university, expect to land a decent job upon graduation. I know I did, and even though I didn’t expect it to be a perfect situation, I certainly wasn’t prepared for what it turned out to be. 1,159 more words

First Job

WHAT DO YOU GAF ABOUT?

WARNING: I am going to say the F word in this email.  If this offends you, please stop reading.  We are probably not compatible at this point. 692 more words

Art Of Living Dangerously

Pharmaceuticals, greed and a dead boy

This article just enrages me. Medication should never be the first solution, nor should one implement a test such as GAF. Luckily that crap has been dropped from the DSM5, along with the… 133 more words

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Celebrating 100 years of Glasgow allotments

Glasgow Allotments Forum is holding an event to celebrate 100 years of allotments in Glasgow. The event will be held from 11.30am to 3pm on Sunday 8 October… 129 more words

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Grahamstown Arts Festival with Cindy and Timothy

In 1991 – or so. Cindy Noome (40something) and her husband Calvern Noome ventured into Grahamstown to experience The Grahamstown National Arts Festival.

The first National Arts Festival (Fest) was held in 1947 to celebrate the opening of the 1820 Settlers Monument, built as a living monument for festivals and joyous occasions to be held. 914 more words