Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Eric Mawuena Egbeta

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Eric Mawuena Egbeta is a journalist from Ghana.

Mel Arthur: The Ghanaian contemporary photographer

Mel Arthur is a contemporary Ghanaian photographer exploring the essence of fashion in the lives of his people. His photography exhibition called “Nyɜ Kɛ Wɔ”...

Sierra Leone: 7 arrested over the gang rape of 55-year-old woman

Police in Sierra Leone have arrested seven persons in connection with the rape and assault of a 55-year-old woman. The victim Ms. Y. Gberie was...

Ghana: School expels girls from boarding house over ‘sex-talk’ video

Ghana's disciplinary systems in its senior high schools have come under intense scrutiny following a decision to deboardinize some seven female students. The seven girls...

France injects €2.5 billion into Africa to finance SMEs

Africa continues to be the World's largest field for investment and capital development. Opportunities for development continue to spring up now that the continent has...

Ghana’s new banknotes spark confusion over relevance

Ghana's economy has over the last decade been on a roller coaster with signs of positivity and growth; decreasing inflation and subtle macro-economic stability...

Ghana: Chaos as parents seek school placement for their kids

Tiring and a frustrating exercise - the cry of thousands of parents and their wards who trooped Ghana's Independence Square to obtain placement into...

Ghanaians mock renaming of national monuments

Many Ghanaians have been mocking their government over a decision to rename some already existing national monuments and institutions after some individuals. The government says...

Ghana: Are women really using charms to attract husbands?

Ghana’s Food and Drugs Authority this month clamped down on the activities of a local herbal shop called “Mama Gee herbal shop”. The shop contains...

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Uganda's 2021 defeated presidential candidate Bobi Wine has said that he and his family are "under house arrest and stuck with an 18-month-old baby". Since...

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China and the World Health Organization (WHO) could have acted quicker and more forcefully to contain the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, an independent...

Gallery 1957 to showcase works of Ghanaian painter Cornelius Annor

Gallery 1957 is pleased to present works by Ghanaian artist Cornelius Annor in his first solo show,  'Family Affair' in Accra from January 27...

Nominations open for young people to join Commonwealth Youth Council

Nominations are open for young leaders to apply to stand for positions on the Commonwealth Youth Council, the body which represents the Commonwealth's 1.4...

Tunisia: Over 600 people arrested as protesters clash with police

Police in Tunisia have arrested more than 600 people as violent protesters returned to the streets for the fourth consecutive night. On Monday, thousands of the protesters...
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