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Apple Music misses Beats

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Apple is losing the public face of its music operations, just as its streaming service is finding its beat. 5,865 more words


The Reluctant Private Solar Industry in Ghana

ACCRA – The lights flickered off and darkness poured into the little house. It was nighttime and George Boateng, 24 continued to sleep. He woke up sweaty and irritated and walked to the fridge to confirm what he already knew. 1,356 more words



I have a growing intimacy for travelling, and especially for great road trips, indeed if travelling were free, I bet you would never see me again. 1,127 more words


Unibank takeover details

So this is my little attempt to share about what happened with Unibank in Ghana today. The bank of Ghana has appointed KPMG as the official administrator for Unibank. 106 more words

Bank Of Ghana

‘It was a major breach of trust’

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Africa is all the bad things you say it is| Photos by J. Adoosey

When Trump was said to have referred to African countries as shithole countries, many Africans agreed with him. So many Ghanaians on twitter were quick to run their mouths about how terrible living conditions in Ghana are. 621 more words


The same, but different

On March 16 we arrived in the US for our regular “furlough” – a time when we speak in churches an other groups about Bible translation and our ministry, visit family and even take a little break. 494 more words

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