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Opinion: Ghanaian traders have been pampered too much

The dynamism in global trade has shifted drastically. One's country's market used to be heavily dominant by its citizens only. However, that's not the...

Mahrez and wife ordered to pay former nanny

The Manchester City and Algeria footballer Riyad Mahrez and his wife Rita have been ordered to pay more than £3,600 in unpaid wages to...

Fans of Michael Jackson mark ten years of his death

With roses crafted into heart shapes and crowns made of bright yellow sunflowers, Michael Jackson fans from as far afield as Iran and Japan...

Nigeria: Nollywood actor and two teenagers drown

A Nollywood writer, actor and director, Kagho Harley Akpor, has reportedly drowned in a swimming pool at a popular hotel in Asaba, Delta State. Although...

Azimo welcomes Facebook Libra

Azimo, a leading European digital money transfer service, welcomes the launch of Facebook's Libra currency. Michael Kent, CEO of Azimo, said: "Facebook's foray into cryptocurrency...

Opinion: Permanently ending chaos in Sudan

The paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) chief and deputy head of the Transitional Military Council (TMC), Lieutenant-General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, previously warned that he...

Dubai to host 5th Global Business Forum on Africa

Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Dubai Chamber) has announced its plans to host the fifth edition of the Global Business Forum (GBF) on...

The 6 Africans who won Commonwealth Innovation Awards

Six Africans this month were awarded by the Duke of Sussex for their innovations and impacting lives. Prince Harry at a special party in London...

How Commonwealth Blue Charter is saving the world’s oceans

Oceans across the world continue to be under threat from pollution and other destructive human activities. Efforts continue to be made globally to save these...

Ethiopia holds memorial service for murdered army chief

Ethiopia on Tuesday held a memorial service for the country's army chief of staff who was killed in a failed coup in the Amhara...

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Ethiopia ends military operation in Tigray after capture of capital

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said that federal forces have ended military operations in the Tigray region after the capture of the capital,...

Al Ahly beat Zamalek to win African Champions League title

A sensational late Mohamed Magdy goal gave Al Ahly victory over Cairo rivals Zamalek in the first ever one-legged African Champions League final. Magdy's 88th-minute...

Pope Francis calls for prayers for Ethiopia amid Tigray crisis

Pope Francis has called for the world to pray for Ethiopia as fighting between federal forces and rebels in Tigray region intensifies. In a message...

Ethiopian offensive on Tigray capital has begun

Ethiopian military forces have reportedly started their planned offensive on rebels in the Tigray region. Reuters reported that the leader of rebellious forces said on...

Ghana: Ex-graft prosecutor says president is ‘mother serpent of corruption’

The former Special Prosecutor for corruption in Ghana, Martin Amidu has described the president, Nana Akufo Addo as "mother serpent of corruption." Amidu resigned on...
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