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Showing posts from May 4, 2019

Pastor bites 'pregnant' girlfriend

A 39-year-old pastor, Kwabena Asare-Sakyi, has been sentenced to a fined of GH¢840 by an Accra Circuit Court for allegedly biting the forefinger of his girlfriend who is alleged to be pregnant.

Malawi sentences man to death for killing an albino teenager

A man was sentenced to death in Malawi on Friday for killing an albino teenager in a case which has become a campaign issue ahead of a national election this month, with the opposition accusing the government of inaction.

No lives lost as military plane carrying 143 people skids off the runway and crashes into a river while landing at Jacksonville airport

A military charter plane carrying 143 people skidded off the runway at Jackonsville airport last night and crashed into St. Johns River.

I’m Ready To Promote The Creative Arts Sector For Economic Gains - Minister of Tourism, Arts And Culture, Hon. Barbara Oteng- Gyasi

The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Hon. Barbara Oteng- Gyasi- has expressed her quest in helping the President, Nana Akufo- Addo’s government to achieve his transformational agenda for the Tourism Sector in the country.

DR Congo Ebola deaths pass 1,000

The death toll from the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo has passed 1,000, the health ministry says.

Singer, Usher's $20m Herpes lawsuit dismissed

The $20 million herpes lawsuit against R&B singer, Usher, has been dismissed after he allegedly reached a settlement with his accuser.

Semenya wins 800 meters two days after losing appeal against new rules

South African Olympic champion and intersex athlete, Caster Semenya,  shrugged off Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling against her to win Women’s 800m race at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League race in Doha on Friday evening.