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GIJ Personality of the Month Top Story
If you know her, you love her. If you don't know her, you're missing. And if you know her and you don't love her, you're just jealous. This ...
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GIJ Personality of the Month
Miriam Owusu- Ansah is a level 300 student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism aspiring to be a renowned broadcast journalist and an entrepreneur. She likes listening to ...
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Campus News
The Ghana Institute of Journalism has successfully released its 2016/2017 admission list today, Tuesday 14th June, 2016. The university shortlisted a total of 592 students to read Communication ...
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Entertainment
Being a Christian and good-looking guy like Gospel Artiste, Joe Mettle comes with challenges – ladies clamouring for your attention even when you are trying to stay ‘clean’. ...
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General News
I logged on Facebook this morning as the ritual demands to a trending photo of a young pretty lady (above), whom I later got to know through a ...
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Sports
Ghanaian para-athlete Alem Mumuni says the government must be willing to provide the right atmosphere to help athletes prepare for the upcoming Rio Olympic Games in August. Mumuni ...
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Health
Parts of Accra experience severe flooding after about an hour of rains.  There have been no reports of human casualties as yet but residents in these flooded areas ...
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Campus News
The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) on Friday held its maiden postgraduate congregation, during which 80 students graduated with Master of Arts in various disciplines such as Journalism, ...
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Business
GT Bank has established a data center to provide increased security for the bank and its clients. The bank, awarded the Technology Bank of the Year 2014 and ...
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Health
Dr Dennis Ocansey, the Programmes Manager of Non Communicable Diseases, Ghana Health Service, on Monday said almost 50 per cent of adult Ghanaians were hypertensive, with 70 per ...
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