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Showing posts from March 26, 2019

Ghana Parliament approves Right to Information Bill (RTI)

Parliament has approved the Right to Information Bill (RTI).

All charges dropped against Jussie Smollett

All the charges against Jussie Smollett have been dropped, his attorneys have announced in a statement.

Oprah Winfrey Is Bringing Two Shows To The Newly Launched Apple TV+

The tech giant is definitely bringing a new experience to television with the launch of its latest streaming platform called Apple TV+ which will be officially rolled out soon. At their annual star-studded showtime event at the Steve Jobs theatre at the Apple park on Monday, March 25, the brand unveiled the subscription-based platform.

Abigail Coleman’s ‘King of kings’ released

Prolific Ghanaian born Canadian  gospel artiste, Abigail Coleman is set to release her latest single dubbed ‘Kings of Kings’ on March  29, 2019 on all online music shops.

Zuma's flamboyant son tried for culpable homicide

A flamboyant son of South Africa's scandal-hit former President Jacob Zuma has gone on trial on a charge of culpable homicide.

Ghana, Malta Sign Five Memoranda Of Understanding

The Governments of the Republic of Ghana and Malta have signed five Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) for the establishment of partnerships between the two countries.

Controversial mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor announces his retirement

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from the sport, posting the news on Twitter.

First Ever Official Carabao Masquerade Easter Party Slated for April 18

Check your inhibitions at the door. Carabao is set to take Accra by storm with this year's can’t miss Easter Party happening at the plush Ace Tantra in Osu.

Ghanaians outraged as MPs snub 62 victims of horrific Kintampo auto crash; observes minute silence over New Zealand Mosque shooting

Parliament observed a minute silence for victims of the tragic shooting in New Zealand but there was no tribute on Ghanaian tragedy that left 62 passengers dead.