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Showing posts from June 19, 2019

Congolese star Koffi Olomidé’s show cancelled in South Africa over rape conviction

When it was announced that Congolese Soukous singer Koffi Olomidé was set to perform at a show in South Africa, activists moved to petition the relevant authorities to stop that from happening citing his rape conviction in France.

EbonyLife Media CEO, Mo Abudu made chair of 2019 International Emmy Awards Gala

Nigeria’s Mo Abudu, has being made chair of the 47th International Emmy Awards Gala, which honors the best television programs initially produced and aired outside the United States.

AFCON 2019: DStv, GOtv To Broadcast Matches Live With Pidgin Commentary

The Total 2019 African Cup of Nations kicks off in Egypt this Friday, and some national teams have already started arriving ahead of the tournament.

'I want to go home, where I should never have left!' - Neymar says he wants to return to Barcelona' as he regrets ever making £198m move to PSG

Brazilian football star, Neymar has told his current club Paris Saint-Germain that he 'wants to go' back to Barcelona, where he should 'never have left'.

Ghanaian Billionaire Oil And Gas Mogul, Kevin Okyere talks philanthropy on the Steve Harvey Show after previously donating $10,000 on the show

CEO Springfield Group, Kevin Okyere has added up to the number of Ghanaians who have appeared on the Steve Harvey Show.

Terry Pheto welcomed As Longines Family Member

International award-winning South African actress, film producer and business woman, Terry Pheto, has officially been welcomed as a Longines Family Member.

Phrame exhibits prowess on ‘Lord of the Ring’

Budding Ghanaian artiste who recently sent a love letter to the African mermaid, Sister Derby in his song dubbed ‘letter 2 sister Derby’ has released another song and visual dubbed ‘Lord of the Ring’

Intersex athlete, Caster Semenya accuses IAAF of using her as 'human guinea pig' amid hormone testing controversy

South African Olympic champion and intersex athlete, Caster Semenya has accused world athletics' governing body the IAAF of using her as 'a human guinea pig' to test its testosterone limit for intersex athletes.