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Showing posts from May 8, 2018

Fresh outbreak of Ebola kills 17 people in northern Congo

The Ebola deadly virus, that raged in some West African countries several years ago has made a rerurn in the northwest part of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), killing 17 people.

President Trump withdraws from Iran nuclear deal, saying "America will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail"

US President Donald Trump has announced that the United States is effectively withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, defying last-ditch diplomatic efforts by his European allies to convince him otherwise.

Anita Erskine to speak at the 2018 Oxford Africa Conference on 18 and 19 May

Award winning Media and Women's advocate, Anita Erskine is honored to be speaking at the 2018 Oxford Africa Conference on 18 and 19 May at  Blavatnik School of Government, UK.

Trevor Noah graces the Met Gala carpet

The 2018 Met Gala, hosted annually at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York City, has been trending since Monday afternoon. Social media lit up over our favourite celebrities and what they wore as part of the “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” theme.

WaxPrint Media Hosts The Accra Edition Of Africa Communications Week 2018

WaxPrint Media presents the next session of its marketing interactive series, Marketing Decoded, focused on Public Relations and Media Awareness in partnership with Africa Communications Week (ACW) on the 23rd of May starting at 5:00 pm at the Empower Office Suites.

Janet Jackson to be honored with the prestigious Icon accolade at the Billboard Music Awards

Pop singer, Janet Jackson, will be honored with a prestigious Icon Award at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, holding at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 20, 2018.

President Akufo-Addo Launches University Of Ghana Endowment Fund

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has launched the University of Ghana Endowment Fund, which is meant to provide additional funding and resources to enable the University improve upon the delivery on its mandate.

Nigerian authorities shut three cough syrup manufacturers

Nigeria's authorities have shut down three leading drugs companies after a BBC investigation into addiction to cough syrup containing codeine.

Photos of migrants being humiliated in Tel Aviv sparks outrage

Photos of a white man grabbing and manhandling a black man as he takes selfies with him have sparked outrage.

Former top Chinese official jailed for life

A former Chinese Communist Party official once tipped for a top leadership position has been sentenced to life in prison for bribery.

Golden Movie Awards Africa announces films for final selection

The organizers of the Golden Movie Awards Africa (GMAA) are pleased to announce that auditors for the awards virtual point have come out with a list of films that have qualified for the final stage of the process.

Nigeria's Buhari leaves for U.K. checkup at behest of his doctor

Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari leaves Abuja on Tuesday April 8, for the United Kingdom to see his doctor, he said on Monday.

Digital Era And Disruption: Igniting Africa’s Creative Industries

The annual Digital Dialogue Conference has recently ended in Dubai calling for greater collaboration by African content producers to harness the dividend of the digital revolution.

IGP changes police commanders

The Inspector General of Police David Asante-Apeatu has once again made changes at the regional command level of the Ghana Police Service with immediate effect.

Rihanna rules the Met Gala (photos)

Rihanna did not disappoint when she arrived at the Met Gala last night.

Zambian woman showers praises on her husband after he donated his liver to save her

A Zambian woman is filled with gratitude after her husband gave up part of his liver to save her life.