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Charles Bradley, Acclaimed Soul Singer, Dead at 68

Charles Bradley, the acclaimed soul singer and live dynamo who saw his career ascend late in life, has died following a long bout with cancer. He was 68.

CHAN 2018: Kenya stripped of Hosting rights

Kenya has been stripped of the right to host the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) following a meeting of the CAF executive committee in Accra on Saturday.
The decision was announced at a media conference after a one-day meeting of the African football “cabinet” headed by president Ahmad Ahmad, according to BBC Sports.

Following cheating scandal, Kevin Hart's wife demands all his phone passwords

A reliable source has exclusively revealed to HollywoodLife that following Kevin Hart's recent cheating scandal, his wife, Eniko Parish has demanded to have all his phone passwords.

Interactive Model Masterclass Held In Accra - Roselyn Askhar

To leave a Legacy, It is imperative for one to train successors.

In this sense it has been established that the growth of any individual/industry has its fundamentals based not only on putting the right structures in place but also the on the impartation of knowledge and requisite skills to ensure proper human resource development.

Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire maritime dispute: Ghana wins!

The long wait is over and the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) has accepted Ghana’s arguments in the maritime dispute with Ivory Coast.
Ghana argued that the equidistance rule be used in delimiting the maritime boundary between the two countries.

President Akufo-Addo Meets UN Secretary General

The Secretary-General met with H.E. Mr. Nana Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana.

The two leaders exchanged views on the situation in the Republic of Ghana and the sub-region. They also discussed the challenges of terrorism and violent extremism.

The National Women’s Show To Hold In Accra On October 14th & 15th

Ghanaian Women are in for a treat this October as Charterhouse is organizing the 1ST NATIONAL WOMEN’S SHOW – a 2-day Trade Expo for all things targeted at Women.

D-black Appointed Ghana's Tourism Ambassador

The Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with the Ghana Tourism Authority has appointed D-Black, one of the country's most phenomenal Entertainment Moguls as Tourism Ambassador.

This outstanding achievement comes just a few days after the Musician/Businessman launched and unveiled his Record Label "Black Avenue Muzik" in a classic event that took place at one of his locations Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge in Cantonments.

Iran tests new ballistic missile: state media

Iran has "successfully" tested a new ballistic missile that can carry multiple warheads and can travel up to 2,000km, according to state media. 
The news of the test comes just hours after Iran's Revolutionary Guard unveiled the missile during a military parade in Tehran.

President Akufo Addo and his wife Rebecca Akufo-Addo showcase love at UN

It was yet another opportunity for Ghana’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo to showcase their love at the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, USA .

Original Supermodels Reunite for Walk Down Runway 26 Years Later, Look the Same

The new generation of supermodels (which now includes Cindy Crawford’s daughter Kaia) may be having a moment, but the original supermodels are having an era. And if you need proof, look no further than Milan Fashion Week. 

Africans must celebrate its own – Kasapreko Boss

The Managing Director of Kasapreko Company Limited, Richard Adjei has urged Ghanaians and Africans to support, celebrate and own all the good things coming out of the continent.

According to him, it is only when Africans appreciate its own that the world will begin to see the good things on the continent. Kasapreko has been at the forefront championing African success and culture as it has expanded its territory beyond the shores of West Africa.

Photos: Africa's biggest modern art gallery opens in Cape Town

Africa's largest gallery for contemporary art from the continent and its diaspora has opened in the South African city of Cape Town. 
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz Mocaa) is set inside old grain silos on the V&A Waterfront. 
The building has been converted by UK architect Thomas Heatherwick into a maze of rooms with bulbous windows. 
Visitors are greeted by a giant flying dragon made of rubber, created by South African artist Nicholas Hlobo. 
Much of the work on display comes from the private collection of the museum's patron, former Puma chief executive Jochen Zeitz, who is German.
"Africans need to come on board," he says. "It's not my museum or the Waterfront's - it's for Africa."

Kylie Jenner is reportedly Pregnant

According to US gossip site, Kylie Jenner of the Kardashian/Jenner family is pregnant with her first child with current boyfriend Travis Scott.
TMZ reports that the couple started dating in April 2017 and in the past month they have been telling their friends about the good news of being expectant parents. Rumors also state that the duo are having a baby girl.

Obama Reveals 3 Pieces of Advice He's Shared with Daughters Malia and Sasha

When it comes to achieving leadership goals, Sasha and Malia Obama have a pretty good role model — their dad.
During a Q&A with Bill and Melinda Gates on Wednesday for their charity foundation, former President Barack Obama revealed the three big pieces of leadership advice he’s given his teenage daughters over the years.

' I don't mind shaking Diego Costa' -Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte claims after striker's move to Atletico Madrid

Chelsea head coach, Antoni Conte, has revealed he won't have any problem shaking the hands of Spanish striker, Diego Costa, when Chelsea and Atletico Madrid clash in the UEFA Champions Legue this season.

Trump’s Administration to replace Travel ban with targeted restrictions

The U.S. is preparing to announce targeted travel restrictions to replace an earlier controversial travel ban aimed at visitors from six Muslim-majority nations, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
The Department of Homeland Security is recommending country-by-country restrictions for about nine nations that have not met standards on counter-terrorism efforts and passports, U.S. officials said.

Black lives matter, I'm willing to stand up and use my voice to shine light on racism - Justin Bieber

Canadian born singer, Justin Bieber is clearly passing through a phase in life. First he cancelled his tour, began going to church and now he's identifying with the Black Lives Matter movement.

Farmer arrested for raping drunk pregnant woman in Eastern Region

The Eastern regional Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit, (DOVSSU) has arrested a farmer, Kwaku Kamesah, 20, for raping a three-month-old pregnant woman who was drunk at Akyem Maase in the East Akyem Municipality of the Eastern region.

Miss Turkey dethroned over 'unacceptable' tweet on coup

Organizers have stripped Miss Turkey 2017 of her crown over a social media posting that was deemed insulting to the memory of the 250 people killed while opposing last year's failed military coup.

Photos: Kenyan journalist risks his life to save disabled beggar from a swarm of angry bees outside Supreme Court

Victor Muyakane, a reporter with Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) has become somewhat of a national hero after saving a physically disabled beggar as he fled from a swarm of bees that run amok attacking Kenyan opposition (NASA) and ruling party (Jubilee) supporters at the Kenyan supreme Court on Wednesday,  September, 20.