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[VIDEO]: ‘Counsellor’ Lutterodt can’t counsel on radio, TV – Psychology Council

[VIDEO]: ‘Counsellor’ Lutterodt can’t counsel on radio, TV – Psychology Council

September 19, 2019

The Ghana Psychology Council has said popular radio and TV personality, George Lutterodt, cannot hold himself as a Counsellor. The Council has cited the




Nkrumah Memorial Day, 21st Sept, announced a public holiday

Nkrumah Memorial Day, 21st Sept, announced a public holiday

September 19, 2019

Government has acknowledged Nkrumah Memorial Day which falls on September 21, a public holiday.  RELATED POSTS: A declaration from the Interior Ministry




[VIDEO]: 4 burnt beyond recognition in a ghastly car crash

[VIDEO]: 4 burnt beyond recognition in a ghastly car crash

September 18, 2019

Four people have been burnt to death following an accident at Yapei in the Savanna Region. The deceased, three males and one female, were occupants of a




Transport fares to go up by 10%

Transport fares to go up by 10%

September 11, 2019

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) says effective September 16, public transport fares will go up by 10 percent. Explaining the basis for the




Ghanaians glorify the real THIEVES and jail the petty ones –Ex –Methodist Bishop

Ghanaians glorify the real THIEVES and jail the petty ones –Ex –Methodist Bishop

September 9, 2019

Most Reverend Titus Awotwi Pratt, Former presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church of Ghana has suggested that Ghanaians now tend to glorify the real




Xenophobic attacks: Three Ghanaians injured, five arrested in SA

Xenophobic attacks: Three Ghanaians injured, five arrested in SA

September 6, 2019

Three Ghanaians have been injured in the ongoing xenophobic attacks in South Africa. A statement from the Foreign Affairs Ministry confirming the attacks




GHC25.5m cash missing after the sale of 1,719 cars – Report

GHC25.5m cash missing after the sale of 1,719 cars – Report

August 8, 2019

GHc 25.5 million remained unfounded after the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) failed to account for selling around 1,719 vehicles. This includes the 2018




More buildings demolished at Ridge to make way for National Cathedral

More buildings demolished at Ridge to make way for National Cathedral

August 8, 2019

More state buildings, from which several judges were evicted, were destroyed to pave the way for the construction of the controversial National Cathedral,



Africa

Top 10 quotes of the late Robert Mugabe

Top 10 quotes of the late Robert Mugabe

September 6, 2019

The former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, who has died at age 95 was very well known for his rib-cracking, controversial and memorable quotes. He




Xeno attacks: Create jobs for your citizens – SA High Commissioner to African leaders

Xeno attacks: Create jobs for your citizens – SA High Commissioner to African leaders

September 4, 2019

The South African High Commissioner to Ghana Lulu Xingwana has asked African governments to create jobs for their citizens to discourage them from




Millions in Zimbabwe facing starvation after severe droughts, UN food agency says

Millions in Zimbabwe facing starvation after severe droughts, UN food agency says

August 7, 2019

More than two million people in Zimbabwe are facing starvation after a severe drought that affected food harvests, the World Food Programme said in a




Nigeria police question Tekno for pole dance in Lagos traffic

Nigeria police question Tekno for pole dance in Lagos traffic

August 7, 2019

Nigerian star Tekno has been questioned by police after travelling through Lagos in a van with semi-naked women. A video, which appears to be filmed from




Gambia anger over move to free Jammeh regime’s hitmen

Gambia anger over move to free Jammeh regime’s hitmen

August 6, 2019

Relatives of people murdered under the regime of The Gambia’s former ruler Yahya Jammeh say they are outraged that the government plans to release three




Third Ebola patient in Goma as 15 quarantined

Third Ebola patient in Goma as 15 quarantined

August 1, 2019

A third patient tested positive for the virus on Wednesday, shortly after second Ebola patient died in Goma, a large city in the eastern Democratic




This luxury ice cream is made from insects

This luxury ice cream is made from insects

August 1, 2019

After a long day under the beating South African sun, ice cream might be a tempting treat. But would you be able to enjoy it if you knew it was made from




Nigeria warns Ghana to halt abusing its citizens

Nigeria warns Ghana to halt abusing its citizens

July 21, 2019

The Nigerian government has warned that abusing its citizens in Ghana could have serious consequences. Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Commissioner for Nigerians



World

[PHOTOS]: Swedes are getting implants in their hands to replace cash, credit cards

[PHOTOS]: Swedes are getting implants in their hands to replace cash, credit cards

September 9, 2019

Thousands of people in Sweden are having futuristic microchips implanted into their skin to carry out everyday activities and replace credit cards and




US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids

US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids

August 8, 2019

US immigration officials have said they have released some 300 people who were arrested in a massive raid in Mississippi on Wednesday. Nearly 700 workers




Afghan violence: Taliban bomb kills many amid peace talks with US.

Afghan violence: Taliban bomb kills many amid peace talks with US.

August 6, 2019

At least 14 people have died and nearly 150 injured after a car bomb targeted a police station in the Afghan capital Kabul. The explosion sent a large




Singapore abolishes school exams ranking and said learning is not a competition

Singapore abolishes school exams ranking and said learning is not a competition

January 1, 2019

Whether a child graduates first or last is not mentioned in the elementary and secondary school reports in Singapore – a move that Minister of