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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ghana have lost their appeal against the disqualification of their team from the 2015 Under-17 Championship. The Confederation of African Football upheld its decision to penalise Ghana for fielding an...

A master blender is to have his taste buds insured by a leading tea company for £1 million. Sebastian Michaelis, one of a small group of tasters employed by Tetley, can grade a variety of tea in just...

Fred Deegbe is a former banker who decided to take on the world’s leading shoe brands.Back in 2011, he teamed up with a friend to start Heel The World – a high-end shoe making company based...

Forbes.com released its list of the world richest in 2014. The group of billionaires has grown to 1,645 with 268 newcomers. There are a number of familiar names in the list, who have been consistent...

The King of B/A AJ Nelson is set to release his most talked about international collaboration with Congolese instrumentalist, sound engineer and performing artiste popularly known as Nelson Manora. The...

The Brong Ahafo Region has been identified as the most conflict-prone region in Ghana. This came to light after the National Peace Council launched an online version of a detailed research document mapping...

Berekum Chelsea Head Coach, Tony Lokko has resigned from post over poor working conditions. The former Amidaus Professionals coach is owed salaries for several months and is fed up with inconsistencies...

Samsung Electronics vice chairman Lee Jae-yong has entered the ranks of the world’s 300 richest people thanks to the listing of Samsung SDS last week. On a list of the world’s 400 richest...

Ghanaian musician Fuse ODG has claimed that lyrics of Band Aid 30 is a lie and the message of the song did not reflect what Africa is truly about. The 26-year-old singer, who rejected the proposal of...

Tech giant Yahoo will now replace online leader Google as the default search engine on Firefox’s internet browsers in the US. Yahoo said it would launch a “clean, modern and immersive design”...

Ghana’s World Cup star Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is at the centre of a transfer tug of war between Hull and Stoke. The defensive midfielder wants to quit Italian side Udinese for the Premier League...

Cinema lovers in Sunyani are anxiously preparing for the grand premiere of award-winning actress, Lydia Forson’s latest movie, ‘A Letter From Adam’ which comes off on Saturday, November,...

Folorunsho Alakija of Nigeria is the richest black woman in the world, ahead of Oprah Winfrey, with a personal fortune of $7.3bn from oil and gas. Ventures Africa’s rich list underlines Nigeria’s...

Available on a free this summer, Napoli are apparently keen on signing Liverpool target Andre Ayew for €2 million this winter. Out of contract at the end of the season, there are a few clubs interested...

Statistics for the first half of 2014 indicated a decrease in maternal deaths by six, down to 44 compared to 50 deaths recorded the same period in 2013. Mrs. Martha Larbi, Brong-Ahafo Regional Deputy...

Renowned and respected Lawyer in the Brong-Ahafo, Tuah Yeboah has described as harsh the decision by the Daily Graphic Editor Ken Ashigbey to ban the names and pictures of Black Stars Captain, Asamoah...

Feyernoord striker Elvis Manu has reported an unnamed individual to the Ghana Football Association for attempting to extort money from him. According to sources, the unnamed individual, who is the former...

A landmark study indicates that some pesticides, some widely used, may be causing clinical depression in farmers. Researchers from the National Institute of Health have finished up a 20-year study, which...

Sexy Ghanaian female rapper Tiffany has unequivocally dismissed a new sex tape making rounds on social media allegedly leaked by her ex-husband. In a statement, the diva claimed she is not the person...

Bishop Daniel Obinim and Prophet Nicholas Osei, popularly known as ‘Kumchacha’, are misusing the name of God and exploiting the ignorance of their followers, former President Jerry Rawlings has said. According...