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Eminem and Beyoncé 'Walk on Water' in moving new single — listen now

Eminem returned Friday, and he did so with one of music’s biggest names: Beyoncé. The song will likely appear on the rapper’s forthcoming ninth album, which has been long rumored.

South African socialite wears see-through sausage dress on the red carpet

South African socialite and performer Nonhlanhla Qwabe, better known as Queen Skolopad, attended the Feather Awards, South Africa’s version of the Teen Choice Awards, in a clear minidress. What made her dress kosher for the carpet? Packages of meat carefully covering her up. Wrapped into the dress like a sausage, she carried a bag of charcoal as a clutch.

Video: Joel Osteen impersonator shows up at a Joel Osteen event and trolls everyone

Extremely rich and famous pastor Joel Osteen had an event at the Forum in Inglewood, California in late October, so actor Michael Klimkowski decided to jump at the opportunity to do some A+ trolling.
Klimkowski happens to look a hell of a lot like Osteen, so he decided to head to the event and see how far his Osteen impersonation could take him.

“Women are Vital to the development of a country”, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings on Against The Odds with Peace Hyde

Shooting into the political limelight when her husband, former president Jerry John Rawlings became Head of State of Ghana briefly in 1979 and then from 1981 to 2001, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings has been a fierce advocator for women’s rights. 

Booing of Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe lands four in court

Four people accused of booing First Lady Grace Mugabe are facing charges of undermining the president's authority.
They were arrested after a rally in Bulawayo where Mrs Mugabe spoke last Saturday, the state-owned Herald newspaper reports.

The Weeknd steps out with a stunning mystery woman after splitting with Selena Gomez (Photos)

The Weeknd has been pictured with another beautiful brunette after splitting with his girlfriend of 10 months, Selena Gomez, late last month.

New Music Video: Becca – Crazy

Ghanaian songstress – Becca has been pretty impressive with her output this year and she’s not showing any signs of slowing down.
Off herUnveiling” album comes the visuals to one of the standout songs on the LP titled “Crazy”.

Police accused of killing 2 'innocent' robbery suspects in Kumasi

The police on Thursday shot and killed two suspected armed robbers at Sepe, who were said to be terrorizing residents of Kumasi.
Their names, according to the police had come up, following the arrest of a gang who had told police as part of their investigations that the two had been terrorizing residents in parts of the Kumasi metropolis.

Shirtless Cristiano Ronaldo and son pose in jeans to launch new kids' fashion range CR7 Junior (Photos)

Proud father, Cristiano Ronaldo and his son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. have launched an exclusive boys denim collection called CR7 Junior. The collection consists of seven pieces including four pairs of skinny jeans, two blue shirts, and one charcoal jacket. 

93-year-old World War II veteran elected as Mayor in New Jersey

Vito Perillo, a 93-year-old World War II veteran will hold elected office for the first time in his long life after winning the race for mayor in a New Jersey borough on Tuesday.

Deal with your controversies – Akufo-Addo to Zoomlion Boss

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies, Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong to stay focused and deal with the controversies over his several business modules.

BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017 shortlist to be announced

The five nominees for the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017 will be unveiled on Saturday, 11 November. 
The names will be revealed during a star-studded special live show - on BBC World News, BBC World Service and BBC Sport Online - starting at 18:00 GMT.

Lupita Nyong'o blasts Grazia magazine after they photoshopped her hair, but non-fans say the mag was right to crop out her hair

Lupita was featured on the cover of Grazia magazine with her hair short, but she was not happy with the look because it was photoshopped. She shared the photos from the magazine photoshoot where she had her hair in a ponytail. She didnt appreciate the fact that the magazine cropped out her hair to make her look bald.

Photos: Banky W Successfully Undergoes Surgery To Remove Skin Cancer Tumours

Nigerian RnB singer Oluwabankole Wellington, known under the stage name Banky W revealed yesterday that he had a successful surgery last month to remove skin cancer tumours found in his skin.

The musician who has been off social media for a while shared images from the theatre and explained why he had been missing.

OJ Simpson thrown out Of Vegas Hotel after getting drunk and breaking glasses

OJ Simpson was reportedly thrown out of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday night after allegedly getting hostile after he got drunk at one of the bars.

Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Leaks Online Early

Taylor Swift's highly anticipated sixth album Reputation leaked online Thursday (Dec. 9), about 12 hours ahead of its U.S. release at midnight. The album is currently available in some countries across the globe.

Patoranking Catches The South African Qgom Fever & Releases ‘Available’

Nigerian artist Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, better known by his stage name Patoranking has  caught the South African Qgom fever and has  today released his dance infectious single titled “Available”

Taking on South African house subgenre Qgom which is gaining massive recognition currently, the heavy drum sound emerged from the townships of Durban.

Photos: 58-year-old Ugandan nurse arrested for stealing government hospital equipment

Police in Kanungu arrested a nurse allegedly found in possession of Government hospital equipment.
Heph Mutisa Kwesiga, 58, a senior nursing officer & midwife at Kanungu Health Center IV was arrested when a whistle-blower tipped off the Police.

Major Mahama bill passed

Ghana’s Parliament has approved a bill that will make the spouse and children of Major Maxwell Mahama the state’s responsibility.
The bill was introduced in Parliament Tuesday, October 24 in fulfilment of President Nana Akufo-Addo's promise to the family of Major  Mahama, a military officer lynched by a mob in Denkyira-Obuasi now New Oboase.