Skip to main content


Showing posts from October 2, 2017

Young Ghanaian Songbird, Deon Boakye Set To Make Impact With “Green” LP

For a while now, HardBoy Music front-liner Deon Boakye has been talking about his 'Green' LP.
The songbird featured 16 artistes on the 17-track LP with the likes of Strongman, Flowking Stone, Kojo-Cue, Medikal, Kofi Kinaata, Haywaya amongst other prolific acts.

‘Beyond Horrific.’ How the World Is Reacting to the Las Vegas Shooting

More than 50 people are dead and more than 200 injured in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, after a gunman opened fire at a country music concert in Las Vegas late Sunday night.
The shooter, named by police as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, began shooting at concert goers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, which is near the outdoor concert space. Police later confirmed that Paddock had been killed.

Take a First look at Oscar Pistorius film trailer

A film telling the story of Oscar Pistorius' life is to be released in the US next month.
Out today, the trailer for Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer has received a mixed reception.

Jay Foley nominated for Young Entrepreneur Awards 2017

Radio and television personality, Jay Foley has been nominated for Young Entrepreneur Awards 2017.
This will be his first nomination in the Male Celebrity Entrepreneur category.

Identity of Las Vegas shooter revealed as his brother says family is "dumbfounded"

The identity of the man who opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas Village late on Sunday night killing at least 58 and injuring over 515 people has been revealed.

The shooter's name is Stephen Craig Paddock, a 64-year-old white male from Mesquite, Nevada. The shooting which started on Sunday night and continued into the wee hours of Monday morning is said to be the deadliest in American history.

Photos: Standard Chartered Endowment Fund Supports 33 Brilliant But Needy Students In 5 Public Universities

Standard Chartered Bank has successfully disbursed GHS131,000 to 33 students in the University of Ghana, Legon, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, University College of Education, Winneba, University of Development Studies and University of Cape Coast.

Cameroonian Soldiers reportedly shoot Protesters Dead

At least 8 people have been reportedly killed by Cameroonian soldiers during protests by English-speaking Cameroonians for independence.
Anglophone speaking people in the Southwest and Northwest regions have for a while been clamoring for Independence in the largely Francophone country.

'I threw chairs, I used my belt' - Ugandan MP speaks from hospital bed

One of the youngest MPs caught on camera fighting off security officers at Uganda's parliament last week has told the BBC from his hospital bed: We don't regret it, we know we're within the law. The constitution gives us power to protect it."  Francis ZaakeUgandan MP

“A leaders most difficult job is understanding people” Bernard Avle speaks on Under 40 CEOs

Under 40 CEOs is back with the story of a young Ghanaian gentleman who is bound to inspire young African business leaders.

Bernardino Koku Avle is the Director of News Programming at Citi FM in Accra, Ghana.

Death toll at Las Vegas concert shooting rises to 50 with over 200 people injured..suspect was a 64yr old man

The death toll at the Las Vegas concert last night has risen to 50 with at least 200 people injured.

Dozens were killed in a shooting outside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino after a gunman unloaded hundreds of rounds of ammo on a Las Vegas country music festival on Sunday night.

Annie~Joy writes:Go Naked. #BeInspired!

You need a space to occupy. You need somewhere to fit in, where you will be accepted and appreciated. Life is about feeling valued, accepted and needed in a very high esteem, and these feelings can only come when you work yourself out for it. It's about believing so much in yourself and rekindling the can-do spirit in you, and going out for opportunities that are at your disposal. 

Machete wielding assailant jumps on stage during local singer Berita's performance

Local singer Berita -who recently released her debut album - was forced to cancel a scheduled performance on Saturday, 30 September at Kwanokuthula Stadium in Plettenberg Bay because of a machete wielding assailant who made his way on stage.
The singer and her team escaped unharmed.

10 dead in Nkawkaw crash

Ten people reportedly died on Sunday in a car crash at Abepotia on the Nkawkaw stretch of the Accra-Kumasi highway.
The deceased were said to have died on the spot.

Two women plead not guilty to killing Kim Jong-nam

Two women accused of assassinating the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with a banned nerve agent pleaded not guilty at the start of a high-profile murder trial in a Malaysian court on Monday.

Las Vegas: Active shooter reported near Mandalay Bay

Fun goers at a Jason Aldean concert at Route 91 at Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas, were attacked by an unknown gunman, who has an automatic weapon. According to eyewitness, they heard several shots and it seemed like the shooter was shooting from an elevated position.

Kevin Hart and Eniko throw Baby Shower, announce Son’s Name

Embattled comedian Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko hosted a baby shower to announce the name of their son.
The couple, in the midst of a sex video/extortion scandal, hosted the small party at the Calamigos Beach Club in Malibu.

Akufo-Addo embarks on 7-day tour of 3 Northern regions

President Nana Akufo-Addo will from October 2 to October 8, embark on a 7-day tour of the three Northern regions, as part of his tour of the country.

He will begin his tour with a 2-day visit to the Upper West Region, where, he will on Monday, inspect and commission the Wa Water Supply Project. He will later, in the day, meet with the Upper West Regional House of Chiefs, in Wa.

Michelle Obama Is Officially Part of Bruno Mars' 'Squad' After Attending His D.C. Concert

Michelle Obama is definitely feeling that “24K Magic.”
The former first lady attended Bruno Mars‘ concert at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. on Friday night, where she received a custom gift from the “Uptown Funk” singer.

Cameroon independence protests result in deaths

Soldiers in Cameroon shot dead at least eight people during independence protests in the English-speaking parts of the country.

Rallies were held on the 56th anniversary of the incorporation of the regions into Cameroon.

Ghanaian Football player, Kingsley Sarfo arrested for allegedly raping a minor in Sweden

Ghanaian football star, Kingsley Sarfo who plays for Malmo FF has been arrested for allegedly raping an underage girl in Sweden

The 22-year-old midfielder was arrested in Malmo on Saturday, damaging his chances of making his debut for the Black Stars of Ghana in their crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier in Uganda.