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“Think Africa, Shop AHOOM” – African Heritage Outlet and Online Mall launches in Accra

African Heritage Outlet and Online Mall (AHOOM) launches in grand style at the AHOOM Retail hub in Accra, Ghana, promising the very best out of African creativity.

World Cup draw - Nigeria to face Argentina

The much anticipated World Cup draw has just been completed. Take a look at the results:

Philip Kweku Agyeman is 2017 National Best Farmer

Fifty-year-old Mr Philip Kweku Agyeman from Dormaa Ahenkro in the Brong Ahafo region was Friday crowned as the National Best Farmer for 2017.
Mr Agyeman took home a $100,000 cash prize to invest in agribusiness instead of the usual three-bedroom house from the ADB Bank.

African World Cup teams to get $500,000 from Caf

The Confederation of African Football (Caf) will give US$500,000 to each the of the continent's World Cup teams.
Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia will receive the money ahead of next year's finals in Russia.

Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte charged with misconduct after being sent off during last match

Chelase head coach, Antonio Conte has been charged with misconduct after being sent to the stands during his team's 1-0 win over Swansea City on Wednesday evening.

World marks World Aids Day

Countries around the world are today marking World Aids Day, a day set aside to raise since 1988 to raise awareness of the fight against the Aids pandemic. 
The UN agency that deals with combating the pandemic says that a lot of progress has been made, but that there needs to be a push for people to have a right to health services.

Yvonne Nelson and her babydaddy share loved up photo/video as they spend some time together in Ghana

Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson and her baby daddy, Jamie who is currently in Ghana with her, both shared photo and video of themselves having some couple moment. They both captioned it "Issa vibe"

Ghana Needs Skilled Workforce not Aid - Hungarian Foreign Minister

Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Péter Szijjártó has underscored that Ghana doesn't need aid nor handouts from European countries but rather the country needs a skilled workforce who can make their know-how available to the Ghanaian economy to ensure rapid development.

Gay man accuses Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual assault; says he grabbed his penis

The sexual assault allegations just keep pouring in. This time, Cuba Gooding Jr. is the one being accused of sexual assault by a gay man.

The internet loves this sneakerhead's 'legendary' move before proposing to his girlfriend

Personal trainer Chris Green has two loves: his fiancée and his sneakers — and both made an appearance in a video of him popping the question that recently went viral.
Instead of getting on one knee like most people who propose do, Green did something a little different: he took off one of his brand new 2018 Air Jordan 11 Concords to make sure they didn’t crease when he bent down — then asked his girlfriend to marry him.
My man really took his shoe off first to avoid creases. Legendary. pic.twitter.com/dqzo3vGezX — All Def Digital (@AllDefDigital) November 28, 2017
Green, who owns the gym Fit Factory Houston in Texas, says he removed his shoe partly to stall — some family members were running late to witness the big moment — but also because his kicks just mean that much. The shoes retail for about $450 at minimum, but if they’re creased, retail value on them drops should the owner try to resell them.
Green thought the funny move would be a good compromise to entertain thos…

Ghana celebrates farmers today

Ghana has set aside today, December 1 to honour farmers of all categories for the role they play to sustain the country.
The Day since time immemorial is observed as a holiday where outstanding farmers and fishermen are rewarded for their hard work by the state.

Russia accuses US of trying to provoke North Korea

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the US of trying to provoke North Korea into stepping up its nuclear missile programme.

Selena Gomez opens up on Kidney Transplant & Justin Bieber as she covers Billboard’s “Woman of the Year” Issue

American sweetheart Selena Gomez is the cover star for Billboard‘s “Woman of the Year” 2017 issue. The singer who recently revealed she had to undergo a kidney transplant as a result of complications from lupus, opens up on how comfortable she feels with her scar, her breakup from The Weeknd and what brought Justin Bieber back into her life.

Bloody clash at Kaneshie due to police negligence

The  negligence  of the Kaneshie Police to take proactive action against a reported case of an impending assault has led to a bloody clash at Kaneshie City Lights area in which a woman sustained a deep bottle cut on her forehead.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set for first joint royal visit

Prince Harry and his bride-to-be Meghan Markle are due to visit a World Aids Day charity fair later, in the couple's first joint official public engagement.
The world's media are likely to join the couple, who announced their engagement on Monday, on their trip to Nottingham.

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa gives key cabinet jobs to military figures

Zimbabwe's new president Emmerson Mnangagwa has named his cabinet, appointing senior military figures to high-profile positions. 
Mr Mnangagwa has made Sibusiso Moyo, the general who appeared on state TV after the recent military takeover, the new foreign minister.

Photos: Rihanna stuns in yellow at ceremony where a street is named after her in her hometown in Barbados

Grammy Awards winner, Rihanna, 29, has had the street where she grew up in named renamed after her. The singer attended the official ceremony to unveil the newly-named Rihanna Drive in Bridgetown, Barbados, on Wednesday in a beautiful yellow dress.