Saturday, October 31, 2020

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Emmanuel Gbikpo

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Emmanuel Gbikpo is a Ghanaian journalist who specializes in Tech reporting.

Revealed: Six Benefits of Vanilla Powder

Vanilla has been used for centuries in its various forms as either beans, extract, or powder. Vanilla powder is made when vanilla beans are...

Is it legal to trade Forex in Zimbabwe?

Overview Apart from being the largest and most active financial market in the world, the Forex market is considered as one of the most valuable...

Ghana’s urban dwellers offered a chance to own homes

Ghana’s quest to tackle it’s over 2 million housing deficit has been given a major boost by the decision of the United Nations Office...

Ghana: Dying cancer patient saved by historic surgery

The tenacity of health practitioners at Ghana’s premium teaching hospital, Korle- Bu has saved a 52-year old dying cancer patient. A combination of doctors, anesthetists...

Could iPad OS be sending laptop to its grave?

The foremost electronic equipment for both gadget enthusiast and ordinary office folks is the laptop. The popularity of this portable devise in the mid-2000s, eliminated...

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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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