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Showing posts from August 28, 2019

25 people killed during a fire attack at a nightclub in Mexico

Twenty-five people have been killed and about a dozen others injured in an attack on a bar in the Mexican city of Coatzacoalcos, apparently overseen by a man who had been recently arrested but released.

'Oldest man in Uganda dies aged 134'

A man claimed to have been the oldest person in Uganda has died, Ugandan newspaper New Vision reports.

2 Policemen Killed At ‘Liberia Camp’

Information reaching indicates that two police officers have been shot dead at Gomoa Buduburam in the Central Region.

“Fiscal Discipline Restored; Economic Indices Pointing in Right Direction” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says his Government, over the course of the last two and a half years in office, has succeeded in restoring fiscal discipline in the management of the economy, resulting in the macroeconomic indices pointing in the right direction.

Harvard student sues Ugandan President Museveni for blocking him on Twitter

A Harvard University student has sued Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni for blocking him on Twitter.

Steve Harvey is Working on South African and Ghanaian Versions of ‘Family Feud’

Steve Harvey is currently in South Africa. The entertainer landed in the country on Monday, and during a press briefing attended by many of the country's publications, he announced that he is bringing the popular family game show Family Feud to Mzansi and Ghana.

Ghana's Kuukuwa Manful wins grant to digitise endangered architectural documents in Accra

Kuukuwa Manful has been awarded a grant by the British Library Endangered Archives Programme for a project entitled 'Building Early Accra: Preserving Historical Building Permits in Ghana'. 

Watch: TV host cries and apologizes for saying that her black colleague looks like a gorilla on Live TV

A TV host broke down in tears as she apologized for saying her black colleague looks like a gorilla live on air.

Meek Mill no longer on probation after he pleaded guilty to gun charge to end 12-year case

Meek Mill's 12-year long case has ended after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour gun charge in a plea deal.

Sod-Cutting For Pwalugu Multipurpose Dam Slated For November 2019

The formal groundbreaking ceremony for construction works to begin on the multipurpose dam at Pwalugu in the Upper East region is expected to take place in November, Government officials have disclosed.