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Showing posts from March 19, 2019

Dentaa Amoateng MBE Receives TAD Award for Services to Community Development.

On Friday the 15th of March 2019, The African Diaspora Awards (T.A.D) Committee and Panel held an awards dinner at the Albermarle Suite at The Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair. The T.A.D ceremony celebrates, honours and recognises the high achievements from those within the African Diaspora Community.

Sabrina Dhowre Celebrates Forthcoming Wedding To Idris Elba With A Luxury Bachelorette Party

After several months of dating which started on the set of The Mountain Between Us in Canada, Sabrina Dhowre has confirmed with luxury Bachelorette party with nine of her close friends at Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah.

Tonto Dikeh's Ex Olakunle Churchill Says 'His Marriage To Tonto Dikeh Became A Movie Script'

Olakunle Churchill, an entrepreneur and philanthropist has been in the news for some time now because of his court case with his estranged wife, Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh.

Homeless pregnant woman gives birth at a park unassisted after she was fired by her boss for being "too slow to work"

20-year-old Rebecca Atieno gave birth at a recreational park in Nairobi, unassisted shortly after being fired from her job. She had earlier been kicked out of a lodging in Muthurwa area because she could not raise Sh50.

New Zealand mosque killer faces an 'unprecedented' life sentence in prison without parole but he may avoid terror charges

The New Zealand mosque killer faces an 'unprecedented' sentence that bars him from ever applying for release, but could yet dodge terror charges, legal experts say.

Forbes And BusyInternet Launch Forbes8, A Digital Video Network In Ghana Designed To Inspire The Country’s Burgeoning Entrepreneurial Community

Forbes and BusyInternet today announced the availability of Forbes8, a digital network that features more than 2,000 videos designed to inspire every aspect of an entrepreneur’s journey.

Congolese singer Koffi Olomidé guilty of rape of 15-year-old girl

Koffi Olomidé, one of Africa's most popular singers, has been found guilty of the statutory rape of one of his former dancers when she was 15.