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Fintech revolution: the unintended long term effect

Financial Technology, Fintech for short, is the application of technology and digitization in financial services delivery. Fintech is rapidly changing the face of banking across the world – reducing time taken to access financial services, making it possible for people to bank comfortably anywhere with ease. Most importantly, the Financial …

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Ghana’s dwindling fish stock and matters arising

Fresh fish ooooo! Fresh fish oooo!! Fresh fishooo!!! These were the shouts from fresh fish sellers mostly women from Teshie (eeegmooo, eegmooo, eeegmoo, they shout in the Ga Language) that greeted residents of La and its environs in the Greater Accra Region where I grew up at. These shouts, which …

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Ghana will miss SDG-12 unless country invests in human capital – Report

If Ghana must attain the Sustainable Development Goal 12 (SDG-12), which aim is to achieve the sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources by 2030, the country must invest in human capital and education as these are the most effective means, a World Bank report says. The 2018 edition …

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Rescue our decaying beaches

Growing up in Tema, one of the things that interested me about the city was the beautiful beaches that stretched from Community One through to Nungua. This was because, anytime i traveled along the Beach Road, I got the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery that was characterized by well-groomed …

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When #JournalismIsFacts trends on Twitter

As a rabid social media nut, I know that for a hashtag to trend on social media,  then the related issue has to be much-talked about in both traditional and social media. But on Friday, July 13, and even to the following day, Saturday July 14, the hashtag, #JournalismIsFacts was …

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My first day of internship at Ghana Business News

Where is a book about the easiest ways to handle your first day at work as an intern when you need one? Being in a place and trying your possible best to do what is expected of you, especially when it has to do with the running of activities in …

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Castro: The myth surrounding the death of music maestro

A relentless legacy, a talented gem, an iconic figure, a sensational and great performer – a prelude to one of Ghana’s illustrious music son – Theophilus Tagoe popular known as Castro, whose mysterious disappearance remains a myth to music loving fans all over. Castro’s disappearance over the last four years …

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Why some students are foregoing medicine and courting less known science courses

Right from her secondary school days, Dum Odia just like most of her peers in science class wanted to study medicine, she dreamt of being called doctor, of being respected and of treating patients etc. but after applying to schools in Nigeria, Ghana and even Liberia, she gave up after …

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