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Showing posts from August 26, 2019

South African business tycoon, Gavin Watson dies in “horrific” car crash

Gavin Watson, the head of a South African firm accused of corruption, has died in a car crash close to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

Ebony comes alive in Jason EL-A’s ‘Confess’

Jason Osman EL-Agha, known in the entertainment space as Jason EL-A has brought back the memories of late Ghanaian artiste Ebony Reign in his fresh single dubbed ‘ Confess.’

John Dumelo starts campaign for 2020 elections with a market visit

Actor John Dumelo has started his campaign in earnest to win the Ayawaso West Wougon seat in the 2020 elections with a visit to the Tesano Santana market. Fresh from winning the mandate to represent the National Democratic Congress (NDC) during the party’s primaries over the weekend, the actor is hoping to take his dream a step further to become the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area.

Pogba vows to fight racism for sake of next generation

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba said the racist abuse he has suffered will only make him stronger and the Frenchman vowed to fight the problem for the sake of the next generation.

Magazine publishes wrong image of black model

An Australian magazine has apologised after publishing a story about a model with another black woman's image.

US marks 400 years since first Africans arrived as slaves

The US is marking the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to the English colony of Virginia 400 years ago.

Nigerian Singer, Rema makes Obama’s summer playlist

Nigerian Singer, Rema got a spot in former US President, Barack Obama's 2019 summer playlist with his hit song 'Iron man'.

For the first time since 1979, Iranian female fans will be allowed entry into the stadium to watch men’s football

Amid heightened pressure from FIFA, Iranian women fans will be allowed to attend the men’s soccer World Cub qualifying match in the Islamic Republic in October