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Showing posts from August 22, 2018

French Investment in Tema Port Expansion Strategic for Ghana - President Akufo Addo

President Akufo Addo has observed that the investment of the French company, Bolloré Transport & Logistics, in the ongoing expansion works at the Tema Port is a strategic move that will make Ghana see a boost in its imports and exports sector once completed.

Watch: Drake surprises little girl awaiting heart transplant at hospital

Drake made a little girl's dreams come true with a surprise hospital visit.
Sofia Sanchez is awaiting a heart transplant and gathered up the strength to recently do the “Shiggy Challenge," based off Drake’s single, “In My Feelings.”

Star Life channel now on DStv and GOtv

Multichoice is proud to announce a brand- new channel Star Life, a channel specially created with the African audiences in mind. Star Life will be a 24/7 English language channel available which will be available to both DStv and GOtv from 27 August 2018. DStv customers on Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Family as well as GOtvMAXcustomers will have access to this new offering.

Mahama Calls On Rawlings

Former President John Dramani Mahama today called on the founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at his office in Accra.

Teacher suspended after they found out she's a part-time pole dancing instructor (Watch video)

A North Carolina teacher has been left devastated after she was suspended because the district found out she's a part-time pole dancing instructor.

Aretha Franklin died with a reported net worth of $80 million and no will

Aretha Franklin, 76, passed away in Detroit, Michigan, on August 16 of advanced pancreatic cancer.

South African man sacked from his family business after viral racist rant

Adam Catzavelos, a South African man has been sacked from his family business after a making a racist slur in a video widely shared on social media.

Serena Williams tops Forbes list of highest-earning female athletes

Forbes, on Tuesday, announced Serena Williams as the highest paid female athlete for a third consecutive year in 2018.

Hundreds of gay people to be ‘treated for homosexuality’ at camp in Ghana

Around 400 people will reportedly take part in a gay ‘cure’ therapy forum in Ghana.

The attendees, who have all allegedly signed up voluntarily, will receive ‘counselling’ and ‘reformation’ at the anti-gay conference, which has the theme: “Exploring the myths surrounding LGBT rights.”

Uber to pay $1.9m for sexual harassment claims

Uber is close to reaching a final settlement relating to several sexual harassment and discrimination claims.

Paul Manafort is found guilty of fraud after first trial brought by Robert Mueller's prosecutors

Paul Manafort, who was the campaign chairman on Donald Trump's presidential campaign team, has been found guilty of eight counts of bank and tax fraud and could be sent to prison for the rest of his life.

Okyeame Kwame Queries John Mahama & Current President Nana Akufo Addo Over $600Million Annual Rice Importation

Ghana’s best rapper alive, multiple award winning singer-songwriter, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Okyeame Kwame has patriotically dragged both current and former Ghanaian heads of state, Nana Addo & John Mahama in twitter post over reports on rice imports costing Ghana closely $600million.

Duffuor sues Central Bank over uniBank takeover

Shareholders of uniBank led by Dr. Kwabena Duffuor have sued the Bank of Ghana over its “arbitrary and capricious” decision to revoke the license of the indigenous bank.

United States slams new sanctions on Russians for cyber-crimes

On Tuesday, the United States imposed sanctions on two Russians, one Russian company and one Slovakian company for what Washington said were their actions to help another Russian company avoid sanctions over the country’s malicious cyber-related activities.