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  Shocked protesters watched the statue fall, before it was then dragged to Bristol Harbourside and dumped into the water Black Lives Matter protesters have torn down a statue of 17th century slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol and dumped it in the harbour – as demonstrations continue to sweep Britain following the death of […]

  In 1989, Dr. Pernessa Seele, in her new position as an immunologist at Harlem Hospital, started witnessing her patients die of HIV/AIDS with no clergy or family in attendance. Within a New York City community of more than 300 Black churches, Seele believed that clergy should be at the forefront of a response to […]

Enterprise Life, a subsidiary of the Enterprise Group has entered into a partnership with the Union of Professional Nurses and Midwives, Ghana (UPNMG) for a comprehensive insurance cover for all nurses and midwives registered with the Union. The General Manager, Operations of Enterprise Life, Solace Odamtten-Sowah, expressed gratitude to the UPNMG for reaching out to […]

The Auditor-General, Daniel Domelevo, has written to President Akufo-Addo urging him to reconsider the directive asking him to proceed on his accumulated leave. According to him, the directive breaches the labour law and is unconstitutional. In the letter to the President, he argued that based on recent labour law and practice, “no worker is deemed […]

Commuters in major cities have been left stranded over the strike by Metro Mass Transit Limited staff which is in force. Drivers are on a sit-down strike over issues of unpaid salaries. They say they have not been paid salaries for May and June 2020 after taking half their salaries in April. They have vowed […]

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) Friday expressed sadness at the passing of Dr Richard Kisser, one of Ghana’s renowned surgeons, who succumbed to COVID-19, while receiving treatment for complications from the respiratory disease at the University of Ghana Medical Centre at Legon. Dr Kisser worked as a consultant surgeon at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Koforidua […]

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia over the weekend joined eligible Ghanaians at the Kperiga D/A Primary School polling station, Walewale in the North East Region, to register for the new voter identity card. Accompanied by Mr Solomon Namlit Boar, North East Regional Minister and Member of Parliament (MP) for Bunkpurugu; Mr Salifu Saeed, Northern Regional […]

  Visitors have flocked to 38th Street and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis to pay their respects. Sean Feucht In the month since George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer, the scene of his death has become a sprawling unofficial gathering place and mourning site. The city has blocked off the intersection to traffic, […]

  Kasan Boyd DALLAS (BP) — Kasan Boyd is no stranger to GuideStone’s employees and leadership. A 14-year veteran of GuideStone, Boyd knows the organization’s needs thoroughly. In her newest role as director of inclusion & diversity, she’ll lead GuideStone’s efforts to recruit and retain a more diverse workforce. “I believe my purpose in life […]

  Care STL nurse Amy Heidotten, right, takes information from Eleanor James, left, and her husband, Maxwell James, at a free coronavirus testing site June 5, 2020, at Christ the King United Church of Christ in Florissant, Missouri. The church, which has been giving away masks and hand sanitizer to members of the community, collaborated […]

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