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Mafikizolo celebrate Twenty Years of Music with New Album “20” featuring Wizkid, Yemi Alade

South African music duo Theo Kgosinkwe and  Nhlanhla Nciza, popularly known as Mafikizolo, are celebrating 20 years in the music industry and they have taken that time to release a new album, aptly named “20“.

Barcelona icon Lionel Messi wins his 4th European Golden Shoe award after netting 37 La Liga goals last season (Photos)

Barcelona icon, Lionel Messi received the European Golden Shoe award for the fourth time on Friday, after becoming the highest goalscorer across all of Europe's major leagues last season.
The 30-year-old Argentine won the prize after netting 37 times for Barcelona, drawing him level with Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo.

The world cannot tolerate terrorism, we must defeat them - President Trumps reacts to the attack in Egypt that killed 184 people

US President, Donald Trump has reacted to the terror attck in Egypt that killed 184 people while another 125 people are confirmed wounded in the attack.

Militants kill more than 230 at mosque in Egypt's North Sinai

Militants killed more than 230 people at a mosque in North Sinai on Friday, detonating a bomb and gunning down worshippers in the deadliest such attack of Egypt's modern history, state media and witnesses said.
No group immediately claimed responsibility, but since 2013 Egyptian security forces have battled a stubborn Islamic State affiliate in the mainly desert region, and militants have killed hundreds of police and soldiers.

DStv to air Miss Universe 2017 live

DStv will air the 66th MissUniverse2017 Beauty Pageant this Sunday 26th November at 12:00 midnight on Vuzu (DStv channel 116).
23-year-old Ruth Quarshie is Ghana’s rep at the event held in China this year.

Anointing oil has no value to healing – Pentecost chair

The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah says anointing oil has no value to healing in Christianity.
According to him, oil was used in the Old Testament to represent the Holy Spirit because He was yet to be introduced into the Trinity equation.

I’ll Make History With My 23rd December Concert – Kofi Kinaata

Multiple award-winning Artiste, Kofi Kinaata has stated that the maiden edition of ‘Made in Taadi Concert,’ an event he is a headliner will go down in the annals of history as the best event to be organized in the Western Region.

The free to enter 23rd December concert which will come off at the Jubilee Park, adjacent Edzii Goil Station in Takoradi was selected by ‘Team Move’ (Fans of Kinaata) when Kinaata asked his fans on social media what he should give to them as Christmas gift.

"God Father East Africa" The East African Version Of Big Brother Is Coming Soon!

There's an East African version of popular reality TV show Big Brother "God Father East Africa" and the 2018 Auditions will kick off soon.

This will be the very first East Africa Big Brother reality TV show, yes one house, one prize and East Africans competing for millions of cash.

Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe president

Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as president of Zimbabwe, marking the end of Robert Mugabe's 37-year reign over the country.
Tens of thousands of cheering supporters on Friday streamed into the capital's National Sports Stadium to witness Mnangagwa, a former vice president, take the oath of office.

Bawumia Unveils Late Aide Kwabena Boadu’s Tombstone

The Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has unveiled a tombstone for the late Kwabena Boadu, his press aide who died on the campaign trip last year.

Viral photo of 'pregnant' man has really touching story behind it

After a Kentucky couple suffered two heartbreaking miscarriages, they’re now spreading joy on the internet with their hilarious and mind-bending maternity photo shoot.
Iana Thomas and her partner, who are having a baby boy in December, posed together behind a tree, creating an optical illusion that makes it seem as if it’s the father-to-be with a baby bump.

WAEC withholds results of 1,800 private WASSCE candidates

The West African Examinations Council has withheld the results of a total of 1,873 candidates who took the WASSCE for private candidates.
According to a statement issued by WAEC, the candidates are alleged to have been involved in various examination malpractices.

South African court of Appeal increases Oscar Pistorius's jail sentence to 13 years and five months

The Supreme Court of Appeal ruled on Friday that Oscar Pistorius's sentence be increased to 15 years.
Pistorius will serve an effective 13-year sentence, due to time already served, after the court delivered judgment on the National Prosecuting Authority's appeal against Pistorius's jail term.

Listen - Poem: "The Slavery" - Aberantie The Poet ft. Efo Rockson

Burgeoning spoken word act Aberantie The Poet has release another great spoken word.

Titled "The Slavery" ft Efo Rockson.  Aberantie The Poet and Efo Rockson would like to share another interesting spoken word that will inspire you.

Corporate MEST Launches Incubator Spaces in Lagos & Cape Town

Pan-African entrepreneurial training program, seed fund, and incubator MEST today announced the launch of two new Incubator spaces in Lagos, Nigeria, and Cape Town, South Africa, as the program continues to expand its presence across the continent. The spaces will join the flagship headquartered in Accra, Ghana, as part of a growing Pan-African network of MEST Incubators.

Yvonne Nelson's baby daddy denies being married to estranged Nigerian 'wife'

Yvonne Nelson's baby daddy, Jamie Roberts has publicly denied reports that he's married.
Yvonne was accused of snatching the British photographer from a UK based Nigerian model, Keela, who she befriended online.

Metro Mass accident claims six lives at Bechem

A head-on collision involving one of the new Metro Mass Transit (MMT) buses and a taxi cab at Boaso, near Bechem in the Brong Ahafo Region has left six people dead and 40 others injured.

Woman raises $160,000 for homeless man who helped her

A New Jersey woman has raised more than $160,000 for the homeless man who used his last $20 for gas while she was stranded on the side of the road.
The woman and her boyfriend are now looking to find the good Samaritan a home and help him get back on his feet.

Rwanda could take 10,000 refugees from Israel: Rwanda Minister

The foreign affairs minister of Rwanda has confirmed the country is in negotiations with Israel to take in as many as 10,000 African asylum seekers, according to a local Rwandan newspaper.
In an interview with The New Times, Louise Mushikiwabo said the two countries have yet to reach an agreement on how many asylum seekers currently in Israel could eventually be resettled in Rwanda.

McVitie’s In Partnership With Victoria Michaels Foundation Celebrated "Make Happy, Be Happy Day" At The AKWEIBU Basic School

McVitie’s in collaboration with the Victoria Michaels Foundation - ALDI has visited the Akweibu Basic School in Dansoman, Accra to celebrate the “Make Happy, Be Happy Day” which is an important date at the calendar of McVitie’s parent company. pladis.

Ankaful strike: Director apologises to nurses, workers

The hospital director of the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital has apologized for “going overboard” in resolving some systemic challenges in the hospital.
In a four-paged letter af apology copied to the Regional Minister, Central Region,  and the Chief Executive of the Mental Authority and three others, Dr Eugene K Dordoye chronicled several acts of indiscipline by some nurses and other workers which he attempted to resolve.

Child sex trafficker bags 472 years in jail, the longest in U.S. history

A 31-year-old convicted child sex trafficker, Brock Franklin, has received the longest sentence for human trafficking in U.S. history. According to Fox News, Franklin was sentenced to 472 years in prison for running a prostitution ring in Colorado that preyed on young girls. .