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Showing posts from July 31, 2019

Turkish bee declared wanted by British Government

A Turkish bee that got into the United Kingdom through the luggage of a British family that visited Turkey has been declared wanted.

Phrame’s ‘Brenya’ album earns nomination

Trump Music Group signee Phrame has gotten his debut album ‘Brenya’ nominated in this year’s Emerging Music Awards in the ‘Album of the year’ category.

Caster Semenya ruled out of athletics world championships after Swiss court re-imposes IAAF regulations

Caster Semenya of South Africa, a two-time Olympic champion of 800 meters, will not be eligible to run her signature event at this year’s world track and field championships after the latest legal ruling in an ongoing, highly-charged case about testosterone levels and restrictions placed on intersex athletes to compete in certain women’s events.

‘Lion King’ makes one billion dollars in 3-weeks

Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ has crossed the billion-dollar mark after less than 3 weeks in theaters.

Second Ebola victim in Goma dead

The second case of Ebola detected Tuesday in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, died, state sources said Wednesday.

Malawians outraged as First Lady ‘blows’ $98,000 in a week at son’s graduation in London

In only a week, First Lady Gertrude Mutharika, wife of the president of Malawi, is reported to have enjoyed an £80,000 ($98,300) holiday in London when her country receives £65million ($79,899,000) a year in aid from the very country she went on holiday.

Kenyan government deports "Jesus" and arrests pastors who invited him

The Kenyan government have deported a Caucasian man being paraded in the country as Jesus Christ and they have arrested the pastors who invited him and convinced their followers he's the real son of God.

Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Is A Global Leader In Nuclear Research– VP Bawumia

The Vice President of the Republic, has lauded the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) for its cutting edge research and training which has placed Ghana at the forefront of global efforts to convert high-enriched uranium fuelled research reactors to low-enriched uranium fuelled ones.

Government suspends contract with PDS

Government has suspended its contract with the Power Distribution Services (PDS).

A statement by the Information minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Tuesday night said the decision takes immediate effect.