Danish government apologises to Ghana for shameful, dark slave trade

1. Several centuries later, the Danish government has apologized once again to the Ghanaian government for its role in the slave trade.

2. The Danish government has officially apologized to Ghana for its role in the dark history of slave trade in the then Gold Coast.

3. Danish government apologises to Ghana for shameful, dark slave trade.

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Namibia/Ghana: Young Warriors Off to Ghana Ahead of Cosafa Cup

1. Windhoek — Namibia’s junior football side, Young Warriors, yesterday jetted off to Accra, Ghana to partake in a two-week training camp ahead of their clashes against Angola, Lesotho and Zimbabwe in Group C of this year’s Cosafa U/20 Cup, which takes place on December 6-16. .

2. Namibia will open her Group C campaign on Wednesday, December 6 against Angola and follow that up with a date against Lesotho on Friday, December 8 before concluding group action versus Zimbabwe – all at the Davis Arthur Stadium in Kitwe.

3. The group stage will be completed on December 12, followed by a rest day, with the semifinals to be staged at the Arthur Davies Stadium on December 14.

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Ghana signs 5 MoUs with Denmark

1. It was signed between Grundfos Holdings, Grundfos Ghana, and the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), and the Ministry for Water and Sanitation.

2. The fourth MoU was on Modernizing and Improving Water supply Infrastructure, Scan Vision, Kamstrup, and Ministry for Water and Sanitation.

3. The first MoU was between APM Terminals, the Ministry of Transport and Amend Civil Society orgnaisation.

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Ghana progress on November Fifa Ranking

1. The Black Stars are now the 52nd best national soccer team in the world, one place better than their position same month last year.

2. Senegalese, who have risen to 23rd on the world ranking – their best ever in history – have taken over Africa’s top spot, ahead of Tunisia (27), Egypt (31), DR Congo (36), Morocco (40), Burkina Faso (44), Cameroon (45) and Nigeria (50).

3. The Black Stars’ last assignment was a 1-1 home draw with Egypt in the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifying earlier this month.

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Ghana offers tax breaks to attract education investors

1. Presenting the 2018 budget earlier this month, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said Ghana is considering breaks to assist entrepreneurs in the higher institutions sector to help position the country as a higher-education hub as of the recent growth in the sector which has attracted students from the West African region to the country.

2. Following the success stories of Indian-owned educational institutions Bluecrest University (formerly NIIT) and IPMC Training in Ghana, other Indian companies can take advantage of the government’s decision to offer breaks to entrepreneurs to improve the country’s education sector.

3. Apart from public universities, some private universities, such as Laweh Open University College and Accra Institute of Technology, also offer distance education,” the report said.

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Egypt duo out of Ghana showdown

1. Egypt have been handed a double blow as defenders Mohamed Abdel-Shafy and Ahmed Hegazi have withdrawn from their squad for Sunday’s 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifier against Ghana.

2. Announced by the Egyptian Football Association on Monday, national team doctor Mohamed Abou El-Ela revealed the Saudi Arabia-based full back needs a week to resume training after picking up an injury on club duty, effectively ruling him out of Sunday’s fixture.

3. Al Ahli fullback Mohamed Abdel-Shafy and West Bromcentre-back Ahmed Hegazi will play no part in Sunday’s fixture, according to the EFA.

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