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Hakeem Ellis Moves into Ghana’s Entertainment Industry

Ghana's entertainment industry is happy to welcome Hakeem Ellis, CEO of Sultan Group of companies into Africa's fast developing showbiz sector. The US based...
Mr Alfred Kumi Adanta Npp

NPP Activist Joins Parliamentary Primary Race for Adenta

Mr Alfred Kumi, the Chief Executive Officer of Vision Lob and an activist of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has declared his intention to...
Forestry Commission

Ghana Forestry Commission enters two partnerships for nature restoration

The Forestry Commission of Ghana signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) here on Thursday towards the restoration of parts of Ghana’s natural environment. The first...
People flee clashes near the Aden international airport in Aden, Yemen, on March 25, 2015. The Shiite Houthi group took control over Aden international airport after the retreat of tribal militia on Wednesday evening, a security official told Xinhua. (Xinhua)

Yemen’s Conflict moves into its 5th year amid decreasing peace initiative

War-ravaged Yemen entered the fifth year of the years-long internal military conflict on Tuesday amid an ongoing escalation in fighting and complete absence of...
Tesprom

Tesprom Estates introduces affordable homes to Ghanaians

Tesprom Estates Limited is in the real estate development sector to provide affordable housing to the millions of the population here in Ghana without...
France yellow vest demonstrations continue for 11th week on Jan. 26, 2019

France: Yellow Vest demonstrations enters its 13th Weekend

Thousands of "Yellow Vest" protesters marched through Paris and other French cities on Saturday for the 13th consecutive weekend in a row, although their...
U.S. President Donald Trump waves upon his arrival at the White House from Philadelphia, in Washington D.C., the United States, on Jan. 26, 2017. U.S. President Donald Trump wants a 20-percent border tax on all imports from Mexico, said White House spokesman Sean Spicer on Thursday. (Xinhua/Yin Bogu)

U.S. Government Shutdown breaks Record as it Enters its 22nd Day

As the clock struck midnight, the U.S. partial government shutdown over disputed congressional funds for President Donald Trump's border wall entered its 22nd day...
Ebola

DR Congo: New Urban Cases of Ebola Outbreaks Discovered

The Ebola outbreak of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has entered a "new phase" following the first reported case of the deadly...
doctors shortage

Patients in Uganda stranded as doctors strike enters day 6

After hours of waiting in a long queue at a health facility in central Uganda, Jackie Namasaba gave up after no doctor turned up...

Is All Exciting on Airtel’s The Voice Episode 9

With 16 talents making the live shows of Airtel The Voice Nigeria season 2 already, contestants are set for ‘battles’ in the episode 9...
David Ferrer of Spain celebrates victory after the third round match of men's singles against Steve Johnson of the United States at the Australian Open Tennis Championships at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 23, 2016. Ferrer won 3-0. (Xinhua/Bai Xue)

Australian Open enters business end

The Australian Open has entered the business end for the world's best after round three concluded on Saturday. American Serena Williams proved...
gambia

Senegalese army enters The Gambia

Senegalese army spokesperson colonel Abdou Ndiaye confirmed Thursday evening to Xinhua that Senegalese forces entered The Gambia. Senegalese army spokesman Col Abdou Ndiaye was quoted...

Lower prices predicted as travel giant enters Namibia

Namibian travellers are set to benefit from lower prices with the entry into the market by Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG), the largest travel...
Photo taken on Aug. 30, 2016 shows a scene of a Senate session in Brasilia, Brazil. Starting on Tuesday, Brazilian senators will decide whether Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff will be impeached or not. The impeachment requires a two-thirds vote, or 54 of the 81 senators. (Xinhua/Li Ming)

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff impeachment trial at its final stages

The head of the Federal Supreme Court (STF), Ricardo Lewandowski, opened the session at 10:26 a.m. local time, saying each side would have at...
Rashid Pelpuo

Ghana strikes a political consultation agreement with Peru

The agreement both diplomatically and commercially would also enable the two countries to explore opportunities and share knowledge in the areas of agriculture, tourism,...

Women’s League Enters Match Day 2

Subayo Golden Ladies will welcome last season’s survival team, Lepo Ladies to the Obuasi Sec Tech Stadium while Northern ladies travel as guest to...

Syrian army stormed IS-held city in Palmyra

The Syrian forces backed by Russian warplanes stormed the city of Qaryatain from different directions, a day after Syria's boots on the ground stormed...

China Enters Flood Season 11 Days Earlier Than Expected

Heavy rains have hit parts of south China since Saturday, pushing water levels in some rivers well above warning lines, the headquarters said. Strong rain...
Stock market

Stock market drives into sliding mode

The benchmark Composite Index as a result dipped 16.36 points to 1,954.49; representing a year-to- date yield of -2.03% Six financial stocks closed on...

GUTA strike enters its second day

Most business districts in Accra yesterday February 29, 2016 grinded to a halt after business operators begun a three day strike against...

Ripples From Dismissal Of 12 VCs Of 12 Federal Universities

The decision of the present administration to sack all the vice chancellors of 12 federal universities that were established by the administration of former...
Rio Carnival

Rio Carnival pulls in millions of holidaymakers

Despite economic distress and Zika virus threats, the parade at the Sambadrome was packed and "blocos", or street parties, filled the city streets with...
Argentina

Argentina enters last extent of presidential race

A total of six candidates are running to succeed President Cristina Fernandez, but three are substantially ahead of the pack, with ruling party candidate...

Kendall Jenner Joins Gisele Bundchen as World?s Highest-Paid Model

Gisele Bundchen tops Forbes? list of the world?s highest-paid models of 2015. The former Victoria Secret?s Angel earned $44 million in 2015 though she?s...

Small traders in Kenya count losses as teachers’ strike enters third week

by Bedah Mengo When the school and others in the suburb are in session, the shops that include one for mobile money, another for...

Non-Teaching Universities Staff Strike Enters One Week

Makerere University Non-academic staff in public universities want their salaries matched with that of academic staff, but Government insists that it does not have...

Post Kenya and Jumia sealed an e-commerce deal

Postmaster General Enock Kinara (left), Pierre Hebrad Operations Officer Jumia (right) exchange a MOU. Looking on is Elizabeth Mwaura Director courier services PCK. ?We are...

Hundreds of people fled Warankara as Al-Shabab militants invade Kenya

Al-Shabab militants have been giving sermons to villagers in Kenya Hundreds of people have now fled Warankara and schools have shut, they said. This is only...

KUSCCO enters the East African Market

KUSCCO Ltd has ventured into the East African market by providing consultancy services in the establishment of the first ever Front Office Services Activity...

As Taraba prepares to enter the Darius era

On May 29th, Taraba state would be ushered into new vibrant era dominated by the progressive politics of Arc. Darius Ishaku, the governor elect...