AFCON 2019: Cameroon fire Seedorf after knockout failure

AFCON 2019: Cameroon fire Seedorf after knockout failure

Clarence Seedorf has been dismissed as coach of Cameroon after a disappointing Africa Cup of Nations campaign with the Indomitable Lions ended in the round of 16 against West African rivals Nigeria. On Tuesday Cameroon’s Sports Minister Narcisse Mouelle Kombi

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Photos: Dag Heward-Mills works miracles in Namibia

Photos: Dag Heward-Mills works miracles in Namibia

Bishop Dag Heward-Mills is the centre of attention in Namibia, following reports of miraculous crusades in the southern African country this week. The Presiding Bishop of the United Denomination -originating from the Lighthouse Group of Churches- is in Namibia holding campaigns in four cities.

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Zuma says he received death threat after commission testimony

Zuma says he received death threat after commission testimony

Day 2 of Zuma’s testimony South Africa’s ex-president Jacob Zuma on Tuesday said he had received a death threat after his testimony the previous day to an inquiry on corruption. Appearing for the second day at the commission of inquiry

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Soldier gets 90 days detention for ‘Drop That Chamber’ viral video

Soldier gets 90 days detention for ‘Drop That Chamber’ viral video

The soldier in a viral video campaigning against the new Parliamentary complex has been sentenced to 90 days detention with hard labour in the guardroom. A board of inquiry set up by the military hierarchy has also stripped Lance Corporal Wassah

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China to provide scanners for 5 airports in Ghana

China to provide scanners for 5 airports in Ghana

The Government of China has agreed to provide a batch of scanning equipment for some airports in Ghana. A letter dated June 25, 2019 from the Vice Chairman of the China International Development Cooperation, Deng Boqing, and addressed to Ghana’s

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Justice Sai explains why A-G is to blame for Afoko’s legal pickle

Justice Sai explains why A-G is to blame for Afoko’s legal pickle

Law lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Justice Srem Sai, has blamed the Attorney-General for the widely-condemned treatment of Gregory Afoko. Gregory Afoko is a key suspect in the murder of the ruling New Patriotic

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Bawumia leaves for Cuba

Bawumia leaves for Cuba

The Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, left Accra, Ghana for Havana, Cuba, on Tuesday, 16 July 2019 on a two-day official visit.Dr Bawumia will be the Special Guest of Honour at the Graduation Ceremony of 232 Ghanaian doctors trained at the

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Adaklu has best kindergartens in Volta region

Adaklu has best kindergartens in Volta region

 Mr Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu has observed that Adaklu has the highest number and best kindergartens in the Volta region. “My observation is that no other district or municipality had built about 10 kindergartens in the past

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Rawlings rider’s assassins identified

Rawlings rider’s assassins identified

Security sources in Tema have concluded that the occupants of a Toyota Corolla, who shot the dispatch rider of former president Flt-Lt Jerry John Rawlings, were the same people who robbed the Tema Motorway Roundabout Shell Station. The outrider, Sgt

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Atuguba is new Dean of UG School of Law

Atuguba is new Dean of UG School of Law

Professor Raymond Atuguba has been appointed as the new Dean of the University of Ghana School of Law.The law lecturer is an alumnus of the University of Ghana, the Ghana School of Law, Harvard Law School and the Ghana Institute

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