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034 ENJOY Accra Magazine December 2008

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"I believe we can go further. Indeed, I am convinced that we can eliminate single-use plastic bags altogether in favour of long-lasting and more sustainable alternatives."

Gordon Brown· Prime Minister ofthe UK

13th December 2008 at all major supermarkets in Accra and Tema

Fight the Plastic Plague

Our environment has become heavily ments Mr. Phillippe Courbet, Environment plagued with plastic waste. This is partly due Counsellor at the French Embassy.

to lack of education on the matter, insufficient

environmental initiatives and limited support for projects geared towards assisting our communities to understand the importance of keeping our cities dean.

Plastics have recently emerged the easiest and most cost effective material to preserve our food and water. While it has

solved one problem however, iit has created another. The unhealthy disposal of used plastic has lead to this enormous sanitation challenge.

In their bid to help address this issue, the French Embassy has joined forces with Trashy Bags to launch an initiative

called 'Fight

Plastic Plague'. This focuses on the idea of reducing, reusmq and recycling plastic waste.

'The principle is to have days reserved for sensltlsation on the negative impact of plastic bags on the environment and introduce more innovative ways of rnanaqinq plastic waste" com-

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With support from Tigo, Ministry ofTourism and other organizations, 'Fight the Plastic Plague' takes off this month with shopping bag sales at all the major supermarkets including Maxmart,

Koala, Shoprite and Game. At these supermarkets customers will. be encouraged to purchase reusable bags produced by Trashy Bags and sold at subsidized prices ..

Mr. Stuart Gold, Managing Director of Trashy Bags explains, "The durability of the bags produced from reclaimed plastic sachets ensures that they can be used over a long period. I am very excited at the idea of helping Ghana tackle this issue head on."

Indeed, 'Fight the Plastic Plague' comes as a worthy initiative

that hopes to heighten awareness that the

disturbing sights of stacks of plastic waste does not represent a hopeless case and waste can indeed be converted into wealth.





The First Black American President-Eject II IPMC Holds Maiden Graduation II Wine Tasting Event" Sports III En route to Christmas

Takoradi - X-mas shopping in Takoradi Recipe

Fitness - The fat findings II

Health - Relieving Headaches Ell

HairTalk with Clutchey - HairTrend for the season II

Movies Ell

Sudoku II

Horoscope Ell


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So who is the first black American President and whats his story l'

Barack Hussein Obama Jr, to give him the full name which, he has joked, meant his parents could never have imagined he might run for president, had an inauspicious start in life ..

His parents' hastily-arranged rnarriaqe lasted barely two years and during a hectic, fatherless childhood he moved from Hawaii to Indonesia and back, raised mostly by his forrnldable grandmother Madelyn Dunham, who died just two days before Mr Obama was elected president.

Mr Ohama's Muslim-born father, Barack Sr, was a womanizer and heavy drinker who had already had iii "village marriage" and two children back in Kenya when he married the 19-year-old Ann Dunham in 1961, by which tlrna she Was already pregnant with their son.

The marriage defied conve.ntionat a time when many American states refused to sanction inter-

racial relationships, but the newlywed Mrs Obama, an anthropology student, was fiercely independent and decided to drop out of university to bring up her son.

By the time young Barack was two, his parents had separated, with his father leaving Hawaii to study at Harvard and subsequently returning to Kenya. He saw his son just once more, when Barack Jr was 10, before Mr Obama's death in a car crash in 1982.

Left to bring up her son alone, Mrs Obama instilled in him a strong sense of self-worth and a belief thai, as he said in his victory speech on Tuesday night, "anything is possible".

When he was six, she married Lola Soetoro, an Indonesian student, and moved with her young son and his new half-sister Maya to Indonesi.a, where Barack, or Barry, as he was then known, attended a Muslim school, ate grasshoppers and snake meat and had a pet monkey called Tata.

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When he reached secondary school age, Mr Obama was separated from his doting mother when he won a place at the prestigious Punahou Academy in Hawaii. His mother, who died of ovarian cancer in 1995, stayed in Indonesia (where her second marriage would also break down) while Barack moved in with his materna! grandmother.

Madelyn Dunham, known as "Toot", short for "Tutu", the Hawaiian word for granny, was a practical, sl ightly austere woman 'who worked her way up to a senior position as a bank executive.

Mr Obama's grandfather Stanley - known as "Grarnps' - who served in Europe during the Second World War while his wife worked on a bomber assembly line, was a dreamer. The Dunhams had moved west from their native Kansas but many of his hopes were dashed and he ended up as a struggling salesman.

He doted on young Barry, driving he and his friends around in a battered old Ford Granada. At Punahou, the future president blossomed, developing a life-long passion for basketball and proving an able, if not particularly hard-working, student. He also developed the classically Hawaiian laid-back and even-tempered demeanour which he has to this day.

But he also dabbled in cannabis and cocaine at

school, which he later described as his greatest moral failure.

After High School Mr Obama went to Occidental University in California, where he first began to call himself Barack as he searched for his racial identity. A transfer to Columbia University took him to New York.

The watershed in Mr Obarna's life was his decision to move to Chicago in 1985 at the age of 24 to become a community organiser. In some ways it was a risky move. In others, it was a clever foundation to build forthe political career he was considering.

Serious to the point of asceticism, he began to build hts practical skills and to embed himself for the first time in a black community.

"In Chicago he had to become pragmatic to survlve," said Jerry Kellman, who hired him for the job. "His idealism was tempered by the difficulty of life in Chi.cago. He had to deal with the machine and the mentality of the area. The idealism became tempered with a lot of realism."

Mr Obama wrote in his memoir that during those years in Chica.go he "broke out of the larqer isolation" and began sharing his life with ordinary people who "gave me the sense of place and purpose I'd been looking for".

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He left his new roots in Chicago for Harvard Law School but promised to return. At Harvard, he first became something of a national figure when he was elected to be the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review, a post that won him plaudits for conciliation and moderation and landed him a book contract for his memoir "Dreams From My Father",

When he went back to Chicago to spend time at a law firm, the person given the task of being his mentor was Michelle Robinson, a fellow Harvard alumnus three years his junior who was viewed as a star in her own right.

Their marriage was to cement Mr Obama's identity as a black man and to give him a political home. His wife's family was descended from slaves and had lived through the civil rights era. The aspiring politician - he was elected to be a state senator in 1996 - began to navigate the sometimes troubled waters of racial politics with ease and grace.

"Barack relates to everyone really well," said Mr Kellman. "One of his greatest gifts is diversity. I mean he is diverse himself and he's had diverse experiences. So he's comfortable moving in different worlds. And was very comfortable moving into the largest African-American community in

the country which is the South Side of Chicago." After seven years toiling in the State Senate and a bruising loss when he tried to unseat a former Black Panther from the House of Representatives, Mr Obama decided to run for the US Senate. It was seen as an audacious move that was unlikely to succeed.

But succeed Mr Obama did. By the time he was chosen to speak at the Democratic Convention in 2004, he was already coasting to victory and destined for Washington.

By the time he stepped down from the podium, many Americans had already decided that the lean, eloquent figure they were looking at - who had travelled a long way from being the chubby little boy from Hawaii - was a future president.

By Toby H and adapted by Uffe Carlson.

Late Night Obama elections

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IPMC College ofTechnology, Ghana's best it training institute held its first graduation ceremony last month at the National Theatre, Accra. The event which was attended by family members, friends and colleagues of the graduates, and was spiced with performances by various local artistes. In all, 75 students graduated with NCC degrees, Diploma in Hardware & Software Engineering, Computing and Business Administration.

To further celebrate this unique milestone IPMC College of technology partnered Busy Internet to celebrate Busy Internet's 7th Anniversary. A massive float was organised in Tema as part of the celebrations.

IPMC College ofTechno.logy was voted the best in its Training Institute at this year's Ghana ICT Awards Event. The College offers various IT courses includi.ng Software, Hardware Engineering Business Administration and Degree courses as weU.

IPMC College ofTechnology has eleven branches in Accra (Graphic Road, Tesano, Ring Road Central, Tudu, Labone, North Legon, Teshie Nungua), Tema, Kumasi Takoradi and Duakwa.

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In order to introduce the new range of products they have brought onto the market for the Christmas celebrations, Say Cheers and Cape Trading two of the leading wine and liquor importers in the country held a wine tasting exhibition at the Captain Hook's restaurant in Cantonments.

The exquisite decors, the immense of collection of wines of choice, was as it had never been seen before. The program was also so graciously attended by the "who is who" of our society, both expatriates and locals, The connoisseurs could not but marvel at such an exquisite collection of wine which hitherto was only found 'in the taverns of rich royalties. The secret wines of kings and queens of old are now present right here in Ghana.

The atmosphere of cordiality exhibited by managers of these two rival companies in organizing such a successful event only tells us that they are concerned about the quality of the goods they provide their patrons.

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In a glamorous and spectacular event at Alisa Hotel on the 19th of November 2008, Akosombo Textiles presented a new brand "TREASURE" to enable it to stay ahead of competition in the textile industry.

TREASURE was unveiled by Mr Steve Dutton the Sales & Marketing Manager of ATl together with Mrs Naana Ampratwum, Chief Director at the Ministry of Interior and supported by Miss Malaika 2008, Miss Tamara Dzormeku and Miss Ghana2008, Miss Mawuse Apea.

TREASURE is your distinguished and premium fabric printed on the highest quality wax cloth inspired by African traditions, culture and symbol-

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lzes the treasures of the past.

TREASURE a fabric prized for its beauty, sophistication and perfection with golden effect will constantly offer a wide variety of innovative designs with the desire to be the contemporary African's first choice fabric.

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CapeTrading Wine Shop at lema Central Mall

Opened in May 2007 the wine shop atTema's Central Mall boasts a wide variety of wines from many wine-growing regions of the world. Besides the wines, one can find a good selection of spirits, fruit juices, beer and cid ers. At this well-stocked, cosy shop there is always a" Wine of the Month" on special offer, which is open for tasting on all days throughout shopping hours.

Inside the mall the Cape Trading Wine Shop is situated towards the rea r end right next to Wood i n. Among the several. shops and banks within this still relatively new shopping center there is a Max Mart supermarket, a pharmacy, a neat French Cafe and a restaurant in i the open court yard. Once in Tema it is easy to reach without standing in tiresome traffic queues and there is an adequate, guarded car park ensuring a stressfree shopping experience.

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Present this coupon and receive a 100/0 discount on all wines (excluded are - Special Offers & French Champagnes ).

From 15th December - 15th January.

Valid only for lema Wine Shop.

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 09.30 - 08.00pm, Sat: 10.00 - OS.OOpm; Tel.: 022 - 302716

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Beaujolais Nouveau is a red wi ne made from Gamay grapes produced in the Beaujolais reqion of France. It is the most popular VIN de primeur, fermented for just a few weeks thenofflclally released for sale on the third Thursday of November. Vin de primeur(nouveau wine) are a category of French wines that are permitted by Appellation d'or.igine contrcles (AOC) regulations to be sold in the same year that they are harvested.

Beaujolais Nouveau is a purple-pink wine that is particularly lightweight, even by the standards of Beaujolais. The method of production means that there is very little tannin, so the wi ne can be dominated by fruity; ester flavors of bananas and pear drops. These are enhanced by the frequent recommendation to serve the wine lightly chilled, at approximately 13"( (55"F).

The "Beaujolais Day" or "Beaujolais Nouveau Day" sees heavy marketing from the producers, with races to get the ftrst bottles of the vintage to different markets. This year's Beaujolais Nouveau's reception held at the plush Novotel Hotel was once again a true success. In spite of the heat the wine was fresh and flavor and quality of the cheese was unsurpassable,

Let's not forget the sympathetic atmosphere brought on by the invited guests and also that th is annual gathering was made possible by the support of partner, such as; SG SSB, (FAD, BOWRE SDV, TOTAl.. KiM,AlR FRANCE. BACCHUS WINE SHOP and NOVOTEL

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The first thing that strikes when Saigon is mentioned is Vietnam. It is a bustling commercial and business city, the cultural hub and capital of Southern Vietnam. The city is alive with activities and cultural diversity that rivals any Asian city today.

Kairotnternattonal, operators of La Palm Casino has opened Saigon. It is a new entertainment room with its core features as Karaoke Rooms Noodle Bar and very 'latest in Slot Machines on the Market, including the Touch Screen Multi Roulette.

There are two private rooms that guest can rent, they have capacity for fifteen and thirty people respectively and are comfortably cozy, with so-mch projection TV, 400W speakers, dancing space and beautifully decorated to sta nda rd, hence ,i ts nickname "Pearl of the Orient"

"Great novelty, quality thinking, this is beyond beauty" This was remarked by the general Manager of La Palm Roya I Beach Hotel, M r. Ralph. Karaoke is a new development entertainment industry that frees people from listening to music passively. Instead, people can sing their own song as a star accompanying with music or rhythm. In this age, self-expression and interaction have become the main approach, so karaoke entertainmentis easily recognized by most people. Every one can be Kojo Antwt, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, etc. You may book for parties in advance.

It has a bar purposely set up to serve noodles by well trained and experience chefs from Vietnam, very fast and hot. A Semi rounded bar tailored to suit your sitting relaxation.

Sports fanatics-are not left out of the fun Saigon wil bring. In association with Ladbrokes.com Computer work stations are available to research and bet on your favorite sports. You can also enjoy watching live games on big screens. Saigon is located in the La Palm Royal Beach hotel next to the Homowo Conference centre.

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Ghana's 08 and 2009 premier' league


An exciting season appears in insight for Ghana's sixteen premiership dubs.

Preparations for the 2008/2009 Premier League campaign started long ago for some as players near full match fitness but for others it's a time to justify their si.gnings.

Kosta Papic's Accra Hearts of Oak has been one of the clubs which has been heavily involved in the preseason build up but the Phobians will have to wait to find out how formidable their team is and whether they can stand the challenge from this season favorite, Liberty Professionals and Kumasi Asante Kotoko when they open their league campaign.

The story is different in the case of their arch rivals and defending league champions. Kumasi Asante Kotoko who had little time to prepare for the new season because of their involvement in the Caf Confederations Cup and the domestic Top 4 competition.

The team will also have to do without last season's Premier League's best coach of the year Bashir Hayford who turned down an offer to become an assistant to Maurice Coleman the club's new coach.

The New season is expected to bring good tidings to last season's best performers Heart of lions, Berekum Arsenals and Uberty Professionals who have been very consistent in recruiting and producing very good players in the league.

A nervy start to this year's league will affect the unpredictable teams like Sekondi Hassacas, King Faisal, Terna Youth, RTU as well as All Blacks. Only two

points away from relegation last season, they will have to go beyon d the attitude of on Iy winn in g their home matches if they want to survive in the league. Though some of them couldn't maintain the core of the team which seems to suggest they will struggle, they can only hope that their replacement can live up to expectation.

Fans of the most resourced but very inconsistent in their premiership, .Ashanti Gold have every reason to be happy. The former chief executive officer of Kotoko Mr. Herbert Mensah is expected to change the fortunes of the club. With his experience he is sure to make a great Impact In the league if not this season then in the ones coming up.

Last season's new comer's Kessben Fe and Wa All Stars wlll continue with their agenda of maintaining a place in the league. Three new entrants Saint Mirren, Berekum Chelsea and Sekondi Eleven Wise make up the list of teams to compete in the 16-club league. Nana Agyeman Jead Sekondi Eleven Wise has brought life to Sekondi- Takoradi,

After 10 years absence from the elite league, "The Show Boys" have come in a better package with respect to their technical and managerial direction. With the vision of building a winning side and a tea m that will sta nd the test of time, the dub has acquired a fully furnished dub house and a new bus. The signing of Rahim Ayew. son of Abedi Pele, is a motivator to the dub.

by Kweku Owu:!u Peperah

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All over the world Christmas is celebrated as a special day for Christians to reminisce the birth of the Savi or of mankind Christ Jesus. Dependi ng on one's country of origin, the tradition for the celebrations vary.

Normally in Ghana, the holidays start from the 20th of December to the first week in January with lots of Xmas decorations and activities. The holidays provide an opportunity for people to take time off their busy schedules to worship God, visit relatives, travel to the village and other parts of the country as well as throw parties. Every tribe has their own peculiar celebration styles which have evolved over theyears si nee the arrival of the first Portuguese ships on the coasts.

Christmas Eve, is a day often spent with friends at the beach and the night is an all-night session at a Church with services that have drumming and dancing. Children often put on a Nativity Play or other drama. Some institutions like schools and churches organise Festivals of Carols and this keeps them entertained all night long. Christmas Eve is a ni ght of si nging, dancing, parties and fireworks. On Christmas day is a family's day out, after the Church service on Christmas morning, people quicklyqo back to their houses to start giving and receiving gifts.

There are children's parties, em p I.oyees , end of year parties and lots of entertain ment events at the National Theatre,

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International Conference Centre, the Beaches, School Parks and Community Centers with "afinhyiapa" wishes to everyone. lhe31st. December is another beach day but a great majority of the people go church in the evening to ask for Gods guidance inthe coming year. The service is often a countdown to the New Year with loved ones hugging, kissing and exchanging Seasons Greetings.

In France, the main Christmas meal, called Reveillon, is eaten after everyone has returned from the midnight Church Service on Christmas Eve. A chocolate log (called a buche de Noel) is eaten for dessert.

Some regions in France have a tradition of 13 different desserts to be eaten! All the desserts are made from different types of Fruit, Nuts and Pastries. The Christmas menu in France is incornplete without the foie qras, chapon (a roasted castrated cock fed on natural diet over a period). The chapon is one of the most expensive meats served on Christmas.

The French are known to have some of the best cuisines in the world and Noel (Christmas) is the time When these are expressed in all theirforms. If you heve a French friend, visit them at Christmas you are always assured of some good food.


In Spain Christmas Eve service is called the Midnight Mass or 'La Misa Del Gallo' (The Mass of the Rooster). It is called so because it is their belief that a rooster is supposed to have crowed the night that Jesus was born.

Most families eat their main Christmas meal on Christmas Eve before the service. The traditional Spanish Christmas dinner is 'Pavo Trufado de Navidad' which is Turkey stuffed with truffles (the mushrooms not the chocolate ones!) In Galicia (a region in north-west Spain, surrounded by water) the most popular meal for Christmas is all kinds of different seafood, from shellfish and mollusk, to lobster and small edible crabs.

After the midnight service, people walk through the streets carrying torches, playing guitars and beating on tambourines and drums. One Spanish saying is 'Esta neche es Noche-Buena, Y no Es noche de dormir' which means 'Tonight is the good night and it is not meant for sleeping!' In Spanish Merry Christmas is 'Feliz Navidad~

In Ethiopia Christmas is celebrated on January 7 in accordance with the Coptic calendar,

One thing is clear depending on where you come from, the seasons dishes vary. It is clear that the essence of Christmas day all over the world is that good food. In Ghana, a big bowl of Fufu and soup is never missing in any home.

In the days of old, Fried rice, Jollof and Chicken was only eaten during Christmas and about four kids had to share one soda bottie. I was 50 fond of Christmas as a kid because I got to show off my new shoes, attire and my toys from "fada krismas"

Hmmm, I can feel the adrenaline rising and surely Christmas 2008 will be entertaining,

Feliz Navidad, Joyeux Noel, fe yeye na ml, afi a af and Afihyia pa to you all.


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events calender



United Arab Emirates National Day Shreefpunk

Jazz Concert

Time: 7:30 pm

Venue: Alliance Francaise

Salsa Infinity

Heaven Restaurant! Nite Klub Th is a nd eve ry Tuesday


Happy Hour

Cheers Entertainment Eenter Venue: Ahodjo, Kumasi

Jackpot Nite Klub Ex- Bus stop Venue: Ring Road

Time: From 8:00 pm till you chill

Happy Hour Heaven Nite Klub

Jackpot Nite K1ub Ex- Bus stop

Ven ue: Ri ng Roa d

Time: From S:OO pm till you chill

Pool Bar and Nite Klub

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Finland Independence Day Super Sal',

Champs Spo rtsB ar Paloma

Ring Road

All you (an drink for GHC 10

Aphro Sunday, Aphrodisiac Nile Klub Ai rport Res ld 8 nti a I Accra

Happy Hour

Cheers Entertainment Centre



From, 17:59 prn

A ph ro d lslac N lte KI ub Ai rport Resident ial

Mirage Nlte Klub

(Old Amer,ican Embassy) lOpm TDB



Pool· Party Coconut Groove Regency, Hotel 3pm till late

Djice beach party @ Klima)( bay

Afterparty @ aphrodlsl-

4syte Music awards Afterparty Aphrcdtslac Nite Klub

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As we draw closer to Christmas, residents of Sekondi Takoradi like others living on any part of the globe are keenly shopping towards the yuletide. For the people living within Ghana's only twin city Christmas shopping is almost always an exciting experience. This excitement stems from the fact that unlike Kumasi or Accra, where shopping for a merely a trolley full of groceries can be torturous, with tortoise speed, nose to tail traffic, compounded by the overcrowding conditions of most of the shopping malls.

There are a lot of popular shops in the twin city, which have on sale a wide variety of product ranging from toiletries, to food. The most interesting thinq about shopping in Takoradi is the fact that all the major shopping malls and shops are doted around the Takoradi Market circle. My Home Super Market, All Needs, U 84, Lucky bazaar, 1 st Samuel, are some of the notable shops in the city.

For most of T'ardi residents when they thin k of shopping for any thing for the this season's celebration the only place worth going fOT this kind of shopping is to get closer to the city's biggest roundabout with the market sitting right in the middle; the Market Circle. The brisk nature of the shopping that is going on around this time of the year is so intense that one wonders whether small shops in communities like Effiakuma, Kwasimintim and Chapel Hill record any sales at all.

Speaking to some shop owners about the feel of




Shopping in the twin city*

shopping within the city, they tell me the volume of sale is not comparable to the sales shop owners in Accra or Kumasi could be making but most of them are satisfied with the rate of sales looking at the population of the area. Within most of these shops, especially My Home, which is the biggest and most patronized shopping mall in the city the shopping experience, is made even more interesting by pleasant-sounding Christmas songs that fill the mall.

For the shoppers especially the women, they say shopping is not just fun, it's an endeavor they would like to repeat so long as they have a few cedis to spend.

X' mass will be fun in T'di.

Stellar will additionally continue to build upon its specialist travel services to Ghana's mining community and to the rapidly growing Oil and Gas industry as this is the core activity of the parent group (see www.stellar-africa.com). With $2m of investment made in Ghana in the past year, and as a key supplier of support services, Stellar looks forward to maintaining its close association with Ghana's Oil and Gas industry as it moves toward production.

During the rebranding party, a raffle was held and prizes offered including tickets to London and Johannesburg, Flat Screen TV's, along with various vouchers for use in Champs Sports Bar, also owned by Stellar Group.

Stellar Group's Commercial Director Peter Carter James (picture on your right,up) stated that while the group is active in UK, South Africa, Nigeria and Angola, Ghana offers a forward thinking, stable and friendly investment climate and that the group is focused on significant further investment in coming years.

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Nita Tours is now Stellar Travel

Nita Tours, one of Ghana's longest established and most successful travel agencies, 'recently held a rebranding party on the occasion of its name change to Stellar Travel. Over 200 people, representing a wide section of Nita Tours loyal client base and the alrlina industry in Ghana attended the bash, held outside at Ryan's Bar, Osu which showcased both Stellar Travel's range of services, alongside those offered by Stellar Group, the parent company.

has moved premises to plush offices at Millennium Heights, near the airport. Now offering a wider range of travel services to its loyal client base. it was decided to change the name to "Stellar Travel" to bring the agency in to line with the group's activities in Ghana, which include vehicle leasing. transportation services, catering and other specialist services to the Oil and Gas Industry.

In the coming New Year, Stellar Travel will be offering a full travel management solution to its corporate customers, outbound tours to South Africa, East Africa and the Middle East and a ranqe of other unique services. Stellar Travel will continue to provide its core service of providing airline tickets to destinations worldwide, and as a preferred sales agent of all carriers operating in Ghana, will

continue to offer the best possible fare to every In the year since its acquisition of Nita Tours, destination.

Stellar has invested heavily in the company and

Started in 1981, Nita Tours has grown from humble beginnings to a widely respected corporate travel agency which enjoys a strong share of the Ghana market. Nita Tours was acquired a year ago by Stellar Group, sister company to the longestablished British shipping g'rOup "Hull Blyth" which has operated in Ghana for over 160 years.

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Big smiles at the new Cinema at the Accra Mall

Entertainment in Ghana has seen a new dawn with the introduction of the Silver Bird Movie Theatre - 5 modern cinema theatres screening the best of hollywood choice movies as and when they are premiered at the Accra Mall. Movie huffs now have a choice in entertainment.

The premises also host Y-FM a Contemporary Urban Hit radio station which plays a mixture of R&B, hip-hop, hip-life, house, pop, reggae, raga, contemporary African music, lover's rock and soul music, with 75% music and 25% talk and marked its corporate launch on the 20th November, 200B. Y-FM is a youth oriented station and will run from a studio at the Accra Mall, in the same premises with the Silver Bird Movie Theatre, a media store and a restaurant.

Y-FM targets and attracts affluent or aspirational urban youth aged 16-35. This comprises of a group of individuals who are always on the move pursuing careers, education and new opportunities. They are imaginative, curious, ambitious and are continuously seeking new ways to improve their lives.

Programs aired on Y-FM include the Y positive morning, Afro PoHtan Mix, V-Drive of Your Ufe and GH Classix to mention a few. It has an ensemble of multinational, dynamic presenters. Usten to Y-FM for movie updates.

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Buche de Noel - French X-MAS Cake


Cake: 2/3 cup flour, 1/4 teaspoon soda.I/a teaspoon salt, 4 eggs, 3/4 cup sugar, 3 squares unsweetened chocolate, 2 tablespoons water. Fllllng:1/2 pint whipped cream, 2 tablespoons icing (confectioners') sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Iclng:1/3 cup butter, 1 cups icing (confectioners? sugar, 1/4 cup cocoa, 2 tablespoons milk, 1/1



-Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 15"10 inch jelly roll pan, and line With waxed paper. Grease waxed paper. Mix flour, soda, and salt together.

-Beat eggs In a small mixer bowl at high speed, untrl thick and light for about 5 minutes.

-Gradually add the sugar, and beat until thick.

-Melt the chocolate and water together, and add to the

egg mixture.

-RJId in the dry ingredients, and mix gently but thoroughly.

-Spread in prepared pan, and bake for 15-17 minutes,

until the cake springs back when lightly touched. -Remove that has been sprinkled genefGusly with icing sugar.

-Remo~ waxed ~per. and trim of any crisp edges of the cake.

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-Unroll the cake when cool, and spread the top with the whip cream.

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-Soften butter. Combine all ingredients and beat until smooth and of good spreading consistency.

-Use the centres of the ends you sliced off the cake to make "bumps,

-Run a fork along the Icing so that it resembles tree barks.

-Sprinkle with icing sugar, and decorate with holly or

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Fat has become Diet Enemy Number one, blamed for all sorts of evils form increasing you risk of heart disease and concern to packing on extra pounds. The effort to cut back on dietary fat has given rise to a feed frenzy of astonishing proportions. What many consumers don't realize, however, is that many of these product contain the same amount of, if not more calories than their full-fat counterparts.

There's no question that consuming too much fat is harmful or that fat contains double the calories found in an equal amount of carbohydrates or protein but some dietary fat is actually needed by the body. Dietary fat performs a variety of crucial functions in the body, including making hormones, aiding, digestion and promoting the absorption of the fat soluble vitamins A, 0, E and K plus, fats make eating more pleasurable by adding flavour and texture to foods.

While the total amount of fat you consume is important, the type of fat you consume is also a critical issue. The "good" fats, such as monounsaturated fats. found in olive or canola oils, reduce artery clogging LDL cholesterol Without affecting HDL (the "good) cholesterol. The worst fats are the saturated variety, found in meats and dairy foods, and Trans unsaturated fats (a.k.a. Trans fatty adds), which are found in margarines and baked goods, both of which increase the risk of heart disease. In additions. polyunsaturated fats found in seafood and corn oil appear to decrease heart disease risk, but some evidence suggests that the type in corn oil may be linked with an increase breast cancer risk.

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mend that you restrict your fat intake to less than 30 percent of your total calories. What's more, less than 10 percent of the day's ca lori es shou Id come from saturated fat, less than 10 percent from polyunsaturated fats, and up to 15 percent of total calories can be derived from monounsaturated fats in your diet is easier, now that packaged foods have labels that contain specific nutritional information, including the fat and saturated fat content. If you get in the habit of reading labels and checking a fat-gram chart for commonly eaten food, the job of eating healthy becomes much easier.

Christmas is approaching, be mindful of your pastries, iced creams, dairy products and high caloriecarbohydrate foods. Always remember to "Train Smart" and "Eat Right"

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Any num ber of factors can trigger a headacheincluding allergies, constipation, stress, sleep disorders, lack of exercise, poor nutrition, the overuse of painkillers, emotional changes and hormone changes.

Low blood sugar is often associated with headaches as studies have shown that the lower the blood sugar level, the more severe the headache. This is why people often get headaches as a result of not eating after along period oftime.

However, one of the' major causes of headaches is dehydration. Often times, s'imply drinking water with electrolytes and minerals, wil! effectively relieve a person of a major m i9 raine. If you or someone you know often suffers from headaches, please know that you/they do not have to live with this painful condition.

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lieadache is the first sign of dehydration and should not be taken lightly as this can lead to other diseases sl.lch as malaria. fever and fatigue. Naturally grown coconut water Is excellent 1n combating headache as it helps to rehydrate the body.

• The follOWing herbs are recommended In cernbating headache: cayenne. chamomile. gInger, peppermint, rosemary, valerian, lavender. glnk· go bilaba and wortnwood.

• Avoid salt and add forming foods such as meat. dairy products, alcoholk beYe~ges. White bread. white sugar. white. rice and frltKl greasy foods.

• Eat a diet high In fresh fruits and water based vegetables. Include almonds. parsley. garlic. fresh pIneapple, cucumbers and watermelon.

• Do not use palnkil~rs/medlcatlon (Aspirin. Tylenol, Motrln etc.) as these can make headaches worse over a period of time by Interferlng with the brain's natural ability to fight headaches.

, CleansIng the colon 1& extremely helpful In ~ombating headaches. Also. get regular moderate exercise as exercise stimulates the blood ves· sels In the brain.

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The trend for this season is HAIR COLOR!!!

Hair color offers an instant transformation to one's look. It also adds volume to thin hair. Again, when done properly, can add shine to dull hair. The season's trend is to have your hair properly trimmed to shape or have it cut fashionably and then add colors to enhance the cut. Remember hair color comes out well when hair is in good condition.

Prior to having color in your hair, deoide on the level of commitment you can give to this change. Remember, temporary colors wash out after a shampoo or two, semi permanent colors may last up to 8 weeks wh ile perma nent colors stays on ti II hai r is cut. (One has the option of changi ng the color though) The fact is that, the perma nent colors gives better resu It, has. a wider range of shades to choose from and the cha nges on the hai r after the use of permanent color are very obvious.

Few facts before coloring ...

Shampoo and deep condition your hair. Then wait a couple of days before coloring. This will help color to set/deposit better and give you a harmonized result .

Apply color during day time and close to natural day light possibly by a window. This will allow you to see the color in it true shade while it is processing. Applying color

Do not apply permanent colors same day as you apply chemical relaxers. Wait 2 weeks between a ny one of these services.



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Maintain color treated hair with shampoos made for color treated hair. You may have to get Optimum Care Stay Strong shampoo from SoftSheen Carson. This does not strip color and will keep your hair soft and natural looking.

Also, deep conditioning is essential. Deep condition regularly with Optimum Care Stay Strong Conditioner also from SoftSheen Carson.

Finally, stay out of the pool waters and the sea waters. If you have to ... cover your hair or rinse immediately after the dive in anyone of the two waters.

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Current Movies

Four Christmases

Genre: comedy

After his turn as St. Nick's resentful sibling in last year's Fred Claus, Vince Vaughn is back and bickering again in the comedy Four Christmases, openlnq Nov. 26. He and Re<:se Wi.therspooll must face what is mallY all adult child of divorce'S worse nightmare: When fog prevents a romantic getaway (.0 Fiji, the marriage-phobic couple is forced to visit all four separate parents and their extended famili.es on Christmas Day.

Transporter 3 (200S)

Genre: Action

Frank Martin has been pressured into transporting Valentina, the kidnapped dauqhter of Leonid Vasllev, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency for the Ukraine, from Marseilles through Stuttgart and Budapest until he ends upin Odessa on the Blac k Sea. Ala ng. the way,. with the help of Inspector Tarccnt, Frank has to contend with the people Who st rong armed him to take the job, agents sen! by Vasilev to intercept him, and the general non-cooperation of his passenger. Despite Valentlna's cynical disposition and his resistance to get involved, Frank and Valentina fall for each other, while escaping from one life-threatening situation after-another.

Quantum of Solace

Genre Action

On the surface, the reptilian GrE'ene is a krnd of eco-phiianthroplst, but secretly his orqanisation is involved in an evil plan to control Bolivia's water supply, as well as more run-of-the-mill criminal activities such as destabilising governments and arming terrorists, Bond resolves to stop his nefarious scheme, and exact his own personal vengeance.

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One day a man walked into a bar and sat down next to a guy with a pa rrot on hi s shoulder.

The. bartender said, "Cute parrot, does he ta Ik?" Theguywith the parrot says,

"He does more than just talk, watch." The guy lit a match and placed it under the parrots left foot. Then the parrot started singing "Jingle Bells", it was a Christmas Parrot.

The guy then placed the match under the rig ht foot and the parrot then started to si ng "The 12 days of Ch ristmas."

The bartender said, "That's incredible". He then asked, "What does he say when you place them between his feet?"

The guy said, "You know I never tried that, let's see."

When the match was placed between the feet of the parrot the parrot began to sing a familiar tune ... "Chesnuts roasting on an open fire."


Ayoung couple gets married, and the groom asks his bride if he can have a dresser drawer of hi s own that she will never open. The bride agrees. After 30 years of marriage, she notices that h is drawer has been left open. She peeks inside and sees 3 golf balls and $1,000.

She confronts her husband and asks for an explanation. He explains "Every time I was unfaithful to you, I put a golf ball in the drawer." She figures.3 times in 30 years isn't bad and asks "But what about the$l ,OOO?" He replied "Whenever I got a dozen golf balls, I sold them"


One day a girl brings home her boyfriend and tells her father she wants to marry him. After talking to him for while, he tells his daughter she can't do it because he's her half brother. The same problem happens again four more times! The girl starts to get pissed off. She goes to her mom and says, "Mom ... what have you been doing all your life? Dad's been going around laying every maiden in the town and now I can't marry any of the five guys I like because they have turned out to be my half brothers!!!"

Her mom replies, "Don't worry darling, you can marry anyone of them you want, he isn't really your dad."

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December Horoscope

aries 21/3 to 20/04

Generosity is one of your many positive personality traits and at this time of year you love nothing more than indulging everyone with wonderful gifts. The good news is that you have plenty of spare cash right now so youca n ree Hy go for it, but don't forg er to treat yo u [self too!

tau rus m4 to 2110S

Before you can start enjoying the festive season it's important that you clear up a number of loose ends. You will be tempted to put them to Me side. but you will oo,ly properly relax when you know that you have fulWled all your respensibilltiea The end of the month brings a major surprise!

gemini nI5l"'~I"1}

The idea of spending Christmas is not your tdea of fun right now, If at all possible you shOllld plan to celebrate the festive season in a new environment. Fioancially.you need to be careful towards the end of th.e month, but the flrst two weeks of December are extremely lucky!

cancer 22/5 to 13/7

The importance of the Moon to' your personality can never be over estimated and right now it is boosting your natural intuition. Someone close to you will benefit if yay sha re your instinctive insights with them regarding" relationship. Trust you r in ner voice when it comes to a money making opportunity.

leo 1M7 10 U/()II

It's a case of typlcally perfect timing fat Leo this month as the close of the year sees you fin"lIy completing an important personal project. Romance is very important right now and there' is the chance of a blissful final week to the month where nothing exists except you and that special someone!

virgo l4IS 101,1<,1

You can be very territorial at times and sometimes this can work ~galn5t yOiJ. If you are stn.lggling let someone else help you out. Relatives will be important this month and you meynesd to act a mediator. Financially. you. need to look more closely as your plans for next year.

libra 2419102J11O

People will be looking to you for advi~e throughout this month. Initlaliy, YOI1 may be flattered, but as the month wears on you may find yourself tiring of the lack of personal space. A weekend away with a loved one after the 20th is exactly what you need to boost your mood,

scorpio 24/10 to <lUll

An~iety abou t your career progress Of yourarnbltions roay' be paralyzing early in the month, Don't hold onto those fears but share them with an older relative who will be able to offer some sage advke, Finances need r.eorganizi'ng if you are going to be able to afford a major purchase that you have been planning.

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The influence of the planets may be confusing as on the one hand you feel full of confidence. but on the other you are unusually confidence about all kinds of Financial matters. In fact you have good reason to feel confident about your reletlcnshlps and you snoulo trust your instincts rn relation to money.

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This i5 your big money month as a number of projects begin to pay off You will be tempted to stow il all away for a rainy day. This would be a mistake as someone dose to you deserves a treat for being so parlent .. A relative may also need some financial support at the end of the month.

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Although you can seem to be on a different planet at t'imes you will surprise everyone this month with your ability to see right to the heart of a diffi~ulf emotional issue. While you are advising others on theIr relationships you wil.l also be haVing a very positive impact on someone ~pecial in your own life.

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IIiIIIAustralia 021· 701-2961 Austria 43 KLM 021241 560
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Benin 229 Middle East 021 230867
DBelgium 021-776-561 Botswana 267 North American 021 911 081'
Benin 0,21-7:74-860 Brazil 55 ROY'll Air Maroc 021766333
mBrazii 02l-· 774-908 Burkina Faso 226 Royal Dutch 021776509
Burundi 257 SlockAir into 021766740
iiiiiiii Bulgaria 021-772-404 Cameroon 237 South Africa Air 021783676
a Burkina raso 021-221-988 Canada 1 UNMIL 021773890
mCanada 021-773-791 Cape Verde 238 Virgin Nig",ria 021 911 721
.China Cntrl African Rep 236
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nG5ted'lvoire 021-774·611 Czech Republic 420 Trust Hosplta] 021776787
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~finJand 021-777-500 France 33 Africa Women Bank 021 767328
UFrance 021-214-550 Gabon 241 Agricultural Dev.Bank 021662640
=Gambia 021-315-840 Gambia 220 BankofGhana 021666902
Guinea 224 Ba rclays Ba n k 021784 049
~Germany 021-22].311 Italy 39
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UGuinea 021-777-921 Japan I'll CDI-I Secu rities Ltd 021667425
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~Liberia 021-lY5·641 Sierra Leone 232 Industrial Area 021223168
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Aerogem Aviation 21769298 NyahQ0 Clinic 021775341
Port\Jgal c/o embassy of Spain, American Airlines 21688804 Princess Marie Louise 021664137
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