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Ghana readies itself for new president
Ghana readies itself for new president
Thousands massed in Ghana's capital on Wednesday to see president-elect John Atta-Mills take over from John Kufuor, after cliffhanger elections in...
Ghana polls go to December 28 run-off
Ghana polls go to December 28 run-off
Ghana's presidential election will be decided in a December 28 run-off between the two leading contenders after neither won more than half the vote...
Early count shows close contest in Ghana vote
Early count shows close contest in Ghana vote
Partial unofficial results showed a neck-and-neck race on Monday in Ghana as votes were counted after general elections held up as a shining...
Ghana votes for new president to usher in oil era
Ghana votes for new president to usher in oil era
Ghanaians queued up and began voting on Sunday to pick a new president in a tight race between two foreign-educated lawyers competing to lead the...
Ghana gears up for elections
Ghana gears up for elections
Ghana, the first African nation to free itself of colonial rule, will look to enhance its reputation as a beacon for democracy at elections on...
President in hot water over pricey medal
President in hot water over pricey medal
President John Kufuor of Ghana has come under heavy criticism after leaked documents show that his government spent 33 000 pounds ($65 400) on a medal that was used to decorate him at a national awards ceremony....
Africa upbeat over economic prospects
Africa upbeat over economic prospects
African leaders revelled in their continent's economic growth at the World Economic Forum on Africa on Wednesday, while warning that poverty and...
Political rows threaten food summit success
Political rows threaten food summit success
A United Nations global food crisis summit risked embarrassing failure to reach any formal agreement on combating hunger threatening a billion...
Piercing the Mbeki shield
Piercing the Mbeki shield
On the surface, South Africa's assumption of the presidency of the United Nations Security Council earlier this month has no relevance for the...
Food, fuel shock can 'wreck exchequer'
Food, fuel shock can 'wreck exchequer'
Africa's cocoa makes the world's chocolate, its fish, fruit and vegetables reach tables around the globe and its oil powers vehicles and factories...
IMF gives gloomy assessment of world economy
IMF gives gloomy assessment of world economy
The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) gave a gloomy report on Saturday on prospects for the world economy to a dozen leaders debating...
MDC: Mugabe preparing for violence
MDC: Mugabe preparing for violence
Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai declared himself the clear winner on Saturday of a presidential election and accused Robert Mugabe's...

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