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Elvis Adjetey

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Elvis Adjetey is an experienced African journalist who has worked with top media brands in Ghana where he is based.

Uganda: Hackers steal billions from telcos and banks

Investigations have begun into an electronic fraud incident in Uganda leading to the loss of billions of shillings. Unidentified hackers broke into the systems of...

UN says 6 million people affected by flooding in East Africa

Nearly six million people have been affected by flooding this year in East Africa. Data from the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said...

Ghana’s President vows to deal with secessionist groups

Ghana's President, Nana Akufo-Addo has vowed to deal with with secessionist groups seeking independence from the West African nation. Some persons suspected to be members...

Ghana: Secessionist group burns buses, state transport terminal

Some persons suspected to be members of Ghana’s secessionist group called the Western Togoland study group foundation have burnt down a state transport terminal...

Ghana: One killed as soldiers raid homes over secessionists attack

At least one people have been killed in Ghana's Volta region where some individuals belonging to a secessionist group blocked major roads. Soldiers on Friday...

Ghana: Secessionist group blocks entries to disputed region, attacks cops

A secessionist group in Ghana called “Homeland Study Group Foundation” on Friday blocked major entries into the Volta region. Members of the group according to...

Fuel tanker explosion kills 25 people in Nigeria

A fuel tanker explosion in Central Nigeria has killed at least 25 people. Schoolchildren are reported among those killed when the tanker exploded after a...

Forex trading in SA and the collapse of JP Markets: Reasons to be cheerful

Until recently, JP Markets was one of the largest Forex brokers in South Africa. The company’s literature was full of audacious statements, proclaiming the...

Cameroon: At least one killed as security forces shoot at protesters

At least one protester was killed and others injured during anti-government protests on Tuesday in Cameroon. An opposition party lawyer Robert Amsterdam said in a...

Ghana intercepts cocaine worth $10 million in imported rice

Officials of Ghana's Narcotics Control Commission and the National Security have intercepted a 40-footer container of imported rice and sugar containing a 100-kilogram substance...

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Ivorians vote in crucial polls amid opposition boycott

Ivorians are voting in a controversial presidential election which has been boycotted by the opposition. Former president, Henri Konan Bédié, and the former prime minister,...

These positions in bed will make your woman come hard

Women and men don’t always agree about what qualifies as great sex. Due to our differing anatomies, what feels pleasurable to one partner may not...

Tanzania: John Magufuli wins presidential election

President of Tanzania John Magufuli has been declared winner of the country's October 28 presidential election. The electoral commission declared Mr Magufuli winner saying he...

Husband of Africa’s richest woman dies in Dubai accident

Sindika Dokolo, the husband of Africa's richest woman, Isabel dos Santos, has died at the age of 48. Mr Dokolo's family confirmed that he had...

Child Online Protection Guidelines launched in Africa

Child Online Protection Guidelines in Africa was launched on Friday, 30 October 2020. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) launched the guidelines following a training program...
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