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Showing posts from October 10, 2017

Vblog: Do not chase people. Be you! Emmanuel Donkor Motivates #BeInspired!

"Don't chase after people, honey,  because the best way to be authentic is to stay true to yourself (be you because everyone is taken). Learn, work hard and be yourself always. 

Always remember that the people that belong in your life will come, find you and stay. Just do your thing".

Fans 'pelt stones' at Zambian footballer's home

Police in Zambia have arrested five fans for allegedly attacking the house of national football striker Alex N’gonga.
The fans were unhappy that Ng’onga missed clear scoring chances in a crucial World Cup qualifier against Nigeria. Zambia lost 1-0 in the match played at the weekend in Nigeria.

Cardi B breaks Lauryn Hill's billboard record

Cardi B's Bodak Yellow tops the Billboard chart for the third week in a row. The last time any female rapper did this was Lauryn Hill in 1998 and it wasn't for 3 weeks.

Agility Announces Winners Of Africa 2017 Photo Competition

Agility, a leading global logistics provider, today announced the winners of its Africa 2017 Photo Competition, an annual competition showcasing the rapidly changing landscape of Africa.

Photos: Government Targets Top Global Tourism Destination Status for Ghana - Vice President

Vice President of the Republic, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia says Government has initiated key tourism policies aimed at securing for Ghana top global tourism destination status. 
Delivering the keynote address at the first World Tourism Forum (Africa Summit) underway in Ghana at the Kempinski Hotel, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia said the strategy of government is to build on a solid base and expand tourism across the country and into new market segments.

Massive storm, floods hit Durban, residents urged to stay indoors

KwaZulu-Natal residents in Durban have been urged to stay indoors as a massive storm hit the coastline on Tuesday morning.
eThekwini Municipality put out a warning calling on all to remain in safety until the storm, which is expected to subside around 14:00 wreaks havoc on the city.

100 Movies to See in your Lifetime On M-Net Movies Bucket List Pop-up Channel

What is your absolute favourite film of all time? The one that opened your eyes, tugged at your heartstring and made your soul leap with joy you were born in the golden age of cinema?  Is there a stack of fantastic features your like-minded friends and family have been raving about, which you’re sad to admit you haven’t seen YET?  You now can tick off all the films you still need to watch or enjoy again before it’s time to kick the bucket!

ESPN suspends host, Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a violation of social media guidelines"

ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation of social media guidelines," the network announced Monday.

Inaugural L.E.A.D SERIES Merit AWARDS 2017 Nominees Announced

Organizers of LEAD SERIES, an educative & career driven event have launched a monthly awards portal to honor and recognize outstanding personalities.

The L.E.A.D SERIES MERIT AWARDS will be a new inaugural awards poll, which will honor personalities who are helping make impact lives in our nation and making a difference.

Mr Eazi, Stonebwoy, MzVee, Ice Prince, M.I, M.anifest, Kidi, VVIP & More To Perform At “Becca At 10 Concert” On The 21st October At The National Theatre

Anniversary celebrations are very important in the lives of people and it becomes very important when it has to do with important people in society like celebrities and showbiz people.

And that is exactly what multiple award winning artiste Rebecca Akosua Acheampong aka Becca signed on to Zylofon Media intends to do at the National Threatre on Saturday 21st October 2017.

TechCrunch collaborates with Facebook for first Startup Battlefield Africa

TechCrunch and Facebook have collaborated to bring TechCrunch’s very firstStartup Battlefield to Africa, at an event scheduled to hold on Wednesday, October 11 at 9:00 AM EAT in Nairobi, Kenya.
The pitch-off competition will feature startups from all over Africa in three categories: Productivity and Utility, Social Good, and Gaming and Entertainment.

Retired footballer David Beckham earns 'more than a £1million a month and pays himself £35k a day - Revealed

Despite retiring from football four years ago, It has been revealed by The Sun that England football legend and businessman, David Beckham, pays himself  £35,000 every day and earns more than £1million a month.

Mugabe creates new role of Minister of cyber security and threat detection as he gets more 'worried' about rise of social media

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has created and  appointed a minister of cyber security and threat detection as the country deals with the growth of social media and internet-based media groups.

Kenyan opposition leader, Raila Odinga pulls out of October 26 presidential election re-run

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has pulled out of the country's October 26 election re-run.
Odinga said his withdrawal would give the electoral commission enough time to introduce reforms that will help deliver a more credible election.

Floyd Mayweather shows off amazing wine collection in his Beverly Hills mansion

Undefeated boxer,  Floyd Mayweather took to Instagram to show off his enviable wine collection in his Beverly Hills mansion.

Wiyaala performs in France, Oct. 13

On Friday 13th October Wiyaala will join MTV Europe Award winning Moroccan musician Ahmed Soultan and friends for a concert at La Theatre Coupole, Saint-Louis, France.
Ahmed Soultan and Wiyaala will perform together the hit song “This Is Who I Am” on which they collaborated from Ahmed’s award winning 2016 album “Music Has No Boundaries” which also featured musical greats, Femi Kuti, George Clinton, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis.

TV pole kills two children at Agona Duakwa in Central Region

Agona Duakwa, one of the major towns in the Agona East District in the Central Region, was last Saturday thrown into a state of mourning when two children were electrocuted by a metallic television pole.
The children were said to be playing around the TV pole after a downpour around 12 p.m. when they were electrocuted at Zongo, a suburb of the town.

Neymar demands Barcelona be kicked out of Champions League over €26m bonus refusal

Neymar has called on UEFA to expel Barcelona from the Champions League in a dispute over an outstanding loyalty payment.

Goal's sister site Omnisport understands the Brazil international's legal team made the request to European football's governing body as part of the ongoing row with his old club.

Trump’s ex wife Ivana says she’s “First Lady", Melania describes comment as “attention seeking & self-serving noise”

Ivana Trump and Melania Trump, U.S. President Donald Trump‘s first and third wives respectively, have been embroiled in a war of words over who is “first lady”. 
To promote her new book – Raising Trump – which is about parenting Trump’s three eldest children, Ivana, speaking toGood Morning America said she has Trump’s White House number, adding that “I’m basically first Trump wife. I’m first lady.”

Iceland becomes the smallest country to qualify for Russia 2018 World Cup

On Monday, Iceland qualified for their first-ever FIFA World Cup and with a population of just 330,000 people, they'll become the least populous nation to compete at the global finals. 

They secured their World Cup spot with a 2-0 win over Kosovo in Reykjavik, rounding off a memorable campaign that has seen them edge out the likes of Croatia, Ukraine and Turkey.

Criminal gang in Sudan abducts Swiss humanitarian worker

A Swiss humanitarian worker who disappeared outside her home in Sudan’s troubled Darfur region on Friday is believed to have been abducted by a Sudanese criminal gang. Authorities have intensified the search in and around the city of al-Fashir and believe the gang is looking for a ransom.

Liberia set to vote in poll to choose Ellen Johnson Sirleaf successor

Liberians are set to go to the polls to choose a successor to Africa's first elected female president and Nobel Peace laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Ex-football star George Weah and Vice-President Joseph Boakai are the main contenders in the race to succeed her.

Airtel CEO Lucy Quist leaves Airtel Ghana

Airtel Ghana’s CEO, Lucy Quist, is leaving the company to pursue personal interests out-side the company.
A short note to her followers on her Facebook page and her website confirms her planned exit.

3 Chinese women who went to South Korea for plastic surgery are stopped from flying home because they now look different from their passport photos

Three Chinese women who had travelled to South Korea to undergo plastic surgery were reportedly stopped from flying back home after authorities failed to identify their faces as they looked too different from their passport pictures.