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Photos: Juliet Asante Appointed NAFTI Board Member

Famed Ghanaian filmmaker and CEO of the Black Star International Film Festival, Juliet Asante, has been sworn in alongside 9 others, as Board Member of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) on March 14.

“Black Panther” remains Number 1 for 5 Straight Weeks

Black Panther,” as it keeps leaping in the box office, becoming only the second movie in the 21st century to stay number 1 for 5 straight weeks.

Pope Francis says 'men who frequent prostitutes are criminals'

Pope Francis has said men who frequent prostitutes are criminals with a “sick mentality” who think that women exist to be exploited.

Increase Number of Ghanaian Recipients of Chevening Scholarship Award - President Akufo Addo

President Akufo Addo has made a request to the British government through the United Kingdom High Commissioner to Ghana, to consider increasing the number of Ghanaians who are annually selected to benefit from the Chevening International Scholarships and Fellowship Awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders.

I am broke, says Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe is reportedly pleading poverty, claiming that he had to declare all his assets outside the country, reports Times Live.

Robots and automation: How Africa is at risk

Within less than two decades it will be cheaper to operate robots in US factories than hire workers in Africa, a new report warns.

Stonebwoy Is Better Known In UK Than Other GH Acts – Stephanie Benson

Ghanaian-born UK based international singer Stephanie Benson has stated that Reggae and Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy is a household name in the UK unlike his counterparts in the Ghanaian music industry.

Boy, 9, shoots 13-year-old sister dead after she refused to give him video game controller

A 13-year-old girl has been killed by her 9-year-old brother following a fight over a computer game controller.

Cardinal Keith O’Brien dies at the age of 80

Cardinal Keith O’Brien, formerly the Catholic Church’s most senior cleric in Britain, has died at the age of 80.

Annie Joy writes: Get The Cross. Part 1 #BeInspired!

Life has so many factors that we as humans can learn from. One of the most  important things to learn from is  experience.  All the bad days and good days of our lives come together to form experience.

“Always focus on doing the right thing and cutting out the Noise” – Watch BellaNaija’s Uche Pedro on Forbes Africa’s ‘Against the Odds with Peace Hyde’

On episode 8 of Forbes Africa’s “Against The Odds” with Peace Hyde, BellaNaija founder and CEO Uche Pedro talks about how she has grown her digital media business into the leading platform on the continent covering entertainment, fashion and lifestyle.

“Free SHS Needs The Support Of All” – President Akufo-Addo

“If the Free SHS policy is to succeed, and if we are to build the modern, progressive and prosperous Ghana we desire, each and every one of us here – political leaders, traditional rulers, teachers, parents, students – has a major stake in ensuring that we achieve excellence in our educational system. The policy is not about the NPP or the NDC.”

Photos: Daughter of Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo marries in Abuja

Nigeria’s Vice President Osinbajo and Dolapo, his wife are pleased and thankful for daughter Damilola’s engagement ceremony with Seun Bakare.

Russia election: Vladimir Putin wins by big margin

Vladimir Putin will lead Russia for another six years, after securing an expected victory in Sunday's presidential election.

Blue Ivy Carter matches mom Beyonce in gold, bids $19,000 in art auction

When Beyonce and Blue arrived at the Second Annual Wearable Art Gala on March 17, the crowd parted as they walked in wearing elaborate metallic gold gowns and matching headpieces.

Zimbabwe announces plan to hold presidential elections in July

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that Zimbabwe’s first presidential and parliamentary elections since the end of former leader Robert Mugabe’s long rule will take place in July, said on Saturday.