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Showing posts from May 16, 2018

Watch Teaser: Forbes Africa’s Against The Odds with Peace Hyde hosts one of the most successful bloggers in West Africa, Linda Ikeji

This episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde chronicles the journey of successful bloggerLinda Ikeji. From humble beginnings, Linda Ikeji had to not only find ways to overcome poverty but also in the process discover her true calling.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Announce Royal Wedding Bridesmaids And Page Boys

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will play a leading role in this Saturday’s royal wedding between their uncle Prince Harry and former U.S. actress Meghan Markle.

Movie Director Pascal Amanfo Joins The Amoateng Pastors For Next Level Conference

Nigerian film director, based primarily in the Ghana film industry, Pascal Amanfo after announcing that he is a man of God in 2015 is yet to speak at one of his biggest events.

Samira Bawumia says she wants to be judged by her work, not her choice of clothes

Wife of Ghana's Vice President Samira Bawumia, has said social media critics should be more concerned about how she is using her position to impact the lives of others rather than her choice of clothes.

Saudi Arabia bans FIFA referee Fahad al Mirdasi for life over bribery allegations

The Saudi Arabian Football Federation has banned referee Fahad al-Mirdasi for life over bribery and urged FIFA to remove him from the pool of referees for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

DJ Khaled Leads 2018 BET Awards Nominations: See the Full List

DJ Khaled leads nominations for the just announced BET Awards 2018 with 6 nods. Sadly Ghana got no nomination this year, and it seems BET will be heading out just one award for the Best International Act which would be contested for by artists from Africa and the Europe.

Watch: Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas releases video teaser of Sports corruption investigative work

Ghana's Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has released a video teaser of his recent investigative work on sports corruption.

Willow Smith Reveals She Self-harmed During Early Career Success

Jada Pinkett Smith has come a long way from her humble beginnings in Baltimore.
Willow Smith made a shocking revelation to mom Jada Pinkett Smith, admitting that she self-harmed early in her career.

Ghanaian shoe seller vows to bring Yahya Jammeh to justice

A Ghanaian man is leading a campaign to bring The Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh to justice over the murder of 56 migrants who were mistaken for coup plotters, writes the BBC's Alex Duval Smith.