Skip to main content


Showing posts from October 9, 2017

Video: Nigerian novelist, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Says The American Left ‘Is Creating Its Own Decline’

Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has become famous in recent years for her outspoken feminism and social justice activism ― and she has strong opinions about how the left should regroup after the election of President Donald Trump in 2016. 

Mr & Miss Teen Ghana UK Set For October 21st

The 1st edition of Mr & Miss Teen Ghana UK, a non profit organisation with the central theme of youth empowerment and encouragement on young businesses.  The program is dedicated to both young teenage males and females aged between 14-19 years old.

Janet Jackson displays her incredibly slim figure in a stylish all-black ensemble. (Photos)

Singer, Janet Jackson, 51, showed off her incredibly slim figure in a stylish all-black ensemble at a party  in Los Angeles on Sunday
Janet who became a first-time mother at the age of 50 when she gave birth to son Eissa in January, rocked a sexy floor length leather-look skirt which she paired with a black blouse with flared arms.

President Akufo Addo pledge to personally foot funeral bill of late journalist

President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo as pledge to personally foot all expenses for the funeral of journalist who died during last Saturday's gas explosion at Atomic junction.
The late Mohammed Ashiley Yakubu who works with Net 2 TV as a cameraman and doubles as a member of the President Akufo Addo's Press Corps met his untimely death when he promptly left his desk at Net 2 TV upon hearing that there was an explosion at Atomic junction.

U.S. economist Richard Thaler wins the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize

U.S. economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize for his contributions in the field of behavioral economics, showing how human traits affect supposedly rational markets, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said on Monday.

Menzgold outdoors “Gold Oriented Sales & Purchase Product”

Menzgold Ghana Limited, the winners of the 2016 “Best Business Quality in Gold Assaying & Monumental Coins Industry Award” have introduced a new gold product onto the Ghanaian market.

Sarkodie wins Best Rap Act at AFRIMMA 2017 + See full list of Winners

The 2017 Africa Muzik Magazine Awards & Music Festival (AFRIMMA) held on Sunday at the House of Blues, Dallas, Texas.

The show was hosted by Basketmouth and Chipukeezy, and was a gathering of the best in African music, from Tiwa Savage to Fally Ipupa.

Usher's Herpes accuser changes story in her $20m lawsuit, says they used condoms

Laura Helm, the jazz singer accusing Usher of infecting her with Herpes has now changed the story in her  $20 million lawsuits, saying they had protected sex.
According to TMZ, they obtained a recording of Helm on the phone telling a male friend she had no plans to sue Usher after finding out he allegedly has herpes.

Net 2 cameraman died filming 'Atomic junction' gas explosion

One of the deceased persons from last Saturday’s gas explosion at Atomic junction in Accra has been identified as a videographer from Net 2 television.

Mohammed Ashley, who was attached to the presidency was the one who reportedly fell from the overpass to the ground and died on the spot, Graphic Online has gathered.

Boko Haram suspects on trial in Nigeria's Kainji town

The first in a series of trials of more than 6,600 people, accused of being members of militant Islamist group Boko Haram, has opened in Nigeria.

The trials are being held in secret by civilian court judges at a military facility in north-central Kainji town.

Vodafone Unveils New Slogan

Vodafone has announced a significant global change to its brand positioning to reflect a new purpose and visual identity for the future with the adoption of “The Future is Exciting. Ready?” as a tagline.
This represents the first major change to the way the telecom company communicates since the introduction of the “Power to You” strapline in 2009.

Tunisian health minister dies of heart attack at the age of 56

Slim Chaker, Tunisia's Health Minister has died after suffering a heart attack following a charity run.
Late Chaker who was aged 56, had been taking part in the run in the coastal town of Nabeul on Sunday to raise awareness about cancer. He fell ill after running 500m and then making a speech at the start of a race.

Liberia 2017 elections explained

West African country goes to the polls to vote for a new president and 73 members for their House of Representatives. 
Liberians will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect a successor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who is stepping down after 12 years in office.

Tina Lawson Says Beyoncé Looks Just Like Blue Ivy in Sweet Throwback Photo

Beyonce's mum Tina Knowles Lawson shared a photo on her Instagram page which shows Beyonce getting her hair braided as a child and she looks every inch like her daugther, Blue Ivy.
Tina captioned the photo, 'If Beyoncé don't look like Blue on this photo!!! Getting her braids done by Toni'.

#AtomicExplosion: Government commences investigation into Atomic Junction gas explosion

The government has commenced investigations into Saturday night’s gas explosion at Atomic Junction in Accra.
The move is to help prevent the occurrence of such disasters in the country.

2018 World Cup: Late Salah goal fires Egypt to Russia

Egypt scored a 95th-minute penalty to beat Congo 2-1 in Alexandria and so reach the World Cup for the first time in over a quarter of a century. 
Mohamed Salah was the Egyptian hero, scoring both goals in a win that qualified them for their third finals - and first since 1990.

Dentsu Aegis Network Signs Affiliation Agreement With BTL Marketing Solutions Limited Ghana

Last week Friday one of the leading global media and digital marketing communications networks, Dentsu Aegis Network secured their affiliation agreement with BTL Marketing Solutions Limited (BTL), a leading Experiential agency in Ghana.

3 suspected thieves arrested at gas explosion site

Three persons suspected to be thieves have been picked up by the police at the scene of the gas explosion Saturday night.
Deputy Public Relations Officer of the Police Service, DSP Shellia Abayie Buckman, confirmed the arrest to Adom News.

Harvey Weinstein sacked after sexual harassment claims

Harvey Weinstein, the film producer accused of sexually harassing female employees for nearly three decades, has been fired by the board of his company.
The Weinstein Company directors said that "in light of new information about misconduct", they had terminated Mr Weinstein's employment "effective immediately".

Nelly: Rape accuser claims Nelly raped her without condom

The woman,  21-year-old Seattle resident who claims rapper Nelly raped her, says he did so without using a condom. She said she had been partying with Nelly at a club in Washington, where she and her friends drank at his table and got a little tipsy.