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Showing posts from April 13, 2018

Sarkodie nominated for 2018 Headies #12thheadies

The highly anticipated list of nominees for one of Nigeria’s biggest and most prestigious music award show, The Headies is finally out and Sarkodie has been nominated in the Best African act category alongside Cassper Nyovest, Vanessa Mdee, Nasty C and Sauti Sol.

Tv3 Talented Kids Contestants To Embark On Educational Tour

Participants of TV3’s Talented Kids are billed to take an educational tour of the facilities of a number of sponsors on Saturday 13th April, 2018 as part of initiatives to give them first hand exposure to the brands and organizations that support the programme.

Beautiful new photos of actress Yvonne Nelson and her daughter

Yvonne and her daughter, Ryn Roberts, got featured on the latest edition of Agoo magazine. The photos are beautiful. See more of the photos below..

Somali football stadium bombed by al-Shabab

Four people watching a local football match in Barawe, a town in southern Somalia controlled by government forces, have been killed in an attack by Islamist al-Shabab militants.

Russia’s state TV tells people to prepare for World War 3 and best foods to take into shelters

As the crisis in Syria continues to deepen, a Russian state TV station has told people what food they should take into bomb shelters as fears grow about the start of World War 3.

I’m sorry – Moesha begs Ghanaian women

Moesha Budonita Boduong has apologized to Ghanaian women following the public anger that has welcomed her interview with American-based television network CNN.

Video: Pregnant singer shot dead on stage after refusing to stand up during festival performance

A footage showing the moment a pregnant singer was shot dead in Pakistan after reportedly refusing to dance during her performance has emerged.

Uganda announces plan 'to impose daily tax on social media users' from July

Starting from July 2018, Uganda plans to impose a daily tax on social media users in a bid to raise revenue, Finance Minister Matia Kasaija told Reuters news agency.

Two escaped prisoners 'shot dead' in South Africa

At least two of the 16 prisoners that escaped from a Johannesburg prison on Monday have been shot dead by South African police, reports EyeWitness News.