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Showing posts from January 1, 2018

Four people stabbed to death in London New Year's eve knife violence

At least four young men were stabbed to death in unrelated incidents in London on New Year’s Eve, while a fifth is in a critical condition in hospital.

Must Watch : In Search Of “Wiyaala Street”

Those with sharp minds will recall that in March 2017, international award-winning songstress Wiyaala, was honoured with a street named after her by the Sissala people of Funsi, the capital of Wa East District in a remote part of the Upper West Region of Ghana.

Winners Announced For 2017 Africa Youth Awards

Africa Youth Awards, the continent’s most coveted awards for young people have announced the winners of its 2017 awards, which engaged over 140 shortlisted nominees, and received another record voting participation from over 145 countries across the globe.

Nominations Open For 19th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs)

Happy New Year to you and yours from Charterhouse Productions Limited, organizers of the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Festival.

Anita Annang writes: Be a Modern African He-Preneur & She-Preneur (Boss-Preneur Kings & Queens).

Another year has come to an End, not rosy, not smooth, not entirely successful, BUT we still have LIFE. Thanks to God Almighty.

'The fruit of war': Pope Francis prints photo of Nagasaki victims

Pope Francis has ordered that cards be printed and distributed depicting victims of the nuclear bombing of Nagasaki.

Zylofon Media grabs Awurama Badu’s iconic xylophone for Gh50,000

The 360 entertainment company at the 5th edition of MUSIGA Grand Ball which happened on Friday, December 29 promised to give a whooping sum of Gh50,000 to keep the music instrument of the late musician.

12 people die in Costa Rica plane crash on New year's eve

On Sunday 31st December, a small plane crashed in northwest Costa Rica killing 12 people, including 10 US citizens.
The single-engine turboprop's two Costa Rican pilots also died in the crash, President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera said in a statement posted on social media and there were no survivors.

“2017 Broke Me Down, But I’m Grateful For The Grace Of God That Put Me Back Together Again” – Toolz

It’s that time of the year where people take time out to reflect on the year that’s drawing close.

With 2018 just a few hours away, media personality & OAP Toolz took a trip down memory lane and said a few things about 2017 on her Instagram page.

North Korea's Kim Jong-un issues threats and olive branch

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has said he has a nuclear launch button on his desk at all times so the US "will never be able to start a war".
In a televised new year speech, he said the entire US was within range of North Korean nuclear weapons, adding: "This is reality, not a threat."

Congo: Deaths at anti-Kabila protest

Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo have killed at least seven people at a protest calling for President Joseph Kabila to step down, UN peacekepers say. 
Police said three people had died and two of the deaths were being investigated.

Will Smith celebrates 20th wedding anniversary with Jada Pinkett

Multiple award winning actor, singer and comedian, Will Smith celebrated his 20th wedding anniversary with wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith on December 31, 2017.

Akufo-Addo: 2018 is my year of “supersonic speed”

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said 2018 will witness drastic transformation as his government changes gear to deliver more campaign promises.
According to him, the problems facing Ghana requires a great deal of speed to deal with them and his government is poised to leave a legacy.