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Jack Leslie was set for England call-up in 1925 until selectors discovered he was black

The exploits of Jack Leslie have been passed on down the generations in Devon for the best part of a century. Leslie scored goals by the boatload in days when Plymouth Argyle were an ambitious club with eyes on the top flight until the Second World War changed everything. His legend is secure at Home […]

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I was very broke when I returned from the states – Okyeame Kwame

Okyeame Kwame Kwame Nsiah-Apau, known by his stage name Okyeame Kwame and nicknamed Rap Doctor, has in an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom 101.9 Fm, disclosed how broke he was when he returned to Ghana from the states three years after the Akyeame group shot to stardom. READ ALSO: Shatta Wale spends quality time […]

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Bulldozers crush camp at CHOP, Seattle’s cop-free zone

The clean up operation began at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone on Wednesday after police in the city reclaimed their precinct following the mayor’s early morning executive order to vacate the area. Bulldozers moved in and crushed the camp where protesters occupied several blocks around a park and the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct. Officers […]

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Shatta Wale spends quality time with Majesty, spoils daughter Cherissa on b-day

– Advertisement – READ ALSO: He introduced Ahuofe Patri into drugs – Kontinene shades Kwabena Kwabena Today Shatta Wale and Majesty had a good time together in his million-dollar mansion as it’s been a long time he has set eyes on his son after he broke up with Shatta Michy. The father and son vibe […]

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Akufo-Addo presents GH¢1m to 20 young entrepreneurs

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has presented GH¢1 million to twenty young entrepreneurs under Season Three of the Presidential Pitch, an initiative of the Ministry for Business Development. Addressing the programme on Wednesday, 1st July, 2020, President Akufo-Addo stated Government understands the importance of the initiative, because entrepreneurship is a vital […]

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Husband strangled wife to death before hanging himself after row over mother-in-law, inquest hears 

A husband flew into a rage and strangled his wife to death before hanging himself while their two-year-old son slept in his cot, an inquest has heard. Kiril Nemcev, 32, attacked his wife Lana Nemceva, 33, after they argued about her mother moving in with them. The couple’s lodger then made the grisly discovery when […]

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Black Lives Matter badges are BACK: Football pundits almost ALL wear the controversial logo

Nearly all football pundits this evening are wearing the controversial logo just a day after it seemed to be on the way out after Sky’s Matt Le Tissier slammed Black Lives Matter’s ‘far-left ideology’. Both BT and Sky let are allowing their pundits make their own decisions about whether they wear the badges – with Patrice […]

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Finance Committee To Advise Gfa On Disbursement Of Covid-19 Fund

The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has tasked the Finance Committee chaired by Vice President Mark Addo to advise on the disbursement of the FIFA COVID-19 Relief Fund. This decision is to make sure that all stakeholders of the federation duly benefit from the fund that has been set up by FIFA […]

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Genevieve Nnaji elected to join Oscars Academy after snub

– Advertisement – Famous Nigerian actress, Genevieve Nnaji, has been elected to join The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; the organization responsible for the annual Oscars in the handling of awards for artistic and technical merit in the movie industry in the United States. Also read:Genevieve Nnaji reacts after her movie ‘Lionheart’ was […]

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Voter registration: Stranded Ghanaians in South Africa fear being disenfranchised

Some stranded Ghanaians in South Africa because of the novel coronavirus pandemic are concerned that their prolonged stay abroad may disenfranchise them in the upcoming election. They believe their inability to partake in the registration exercise due to the closure of the border is an infringement on their rights. The Ghanaians, who have been asking […]

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Moment hundreds of people attend CRICKET match in Leicester

Video has emerged showing hundreds of people attended a community cricket match in a district of Leicester hardest hit by the resurgent Coronavirus. The organised game, in which two local teams competed for a trophy, was watched by large crowds, who did not appear to observe social distancing rules. The match, on Sunday night, was […]

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Brits join tourists flooding into Majorca ahead of ministers unveiling exempt countries tomorrow

The first British holidaymakers have touched down in Majorca as Spain opens the country’s borders. Planes touched down today carrying British passengers from both London and Manchester, as 144 flights made their way to the holiday island.  The passengers, a mixture of tourists and expats, were set to enjoy temperatures of 34°C as they returned […]

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He introduced Ahuofe Patri into drugs – Kontinene shades Kwabena Kwabena

– Advertisement – Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Emmanuel Nana Appiah Boateng popularly known as Nana Kontihene has revealed in a new video that an artist he introduced into the limelight wasted his investments as that artist was always on drugs. READ ALSO: Kwabena Kwabena wasted my investment on drugs -Kontihene Obviously, the artist he’s talking about […]

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Seychelles Consulate in Ghana celebrates National Day

On June 29th, 2020, the Seychelles Consulate in Ghana conducted a commemorative event to celebrate the 44th anniversary of the Declaration of Seychelles Independence. The Honorary Consulate hosted an evening reception at their office located in Osu with members of the diplomatic corps, Seychelles government officials, citizens, and specially invited guests. The Honorary Consul Mr. […]

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Burundi to boost testing, prez labels COVID-19 ‘worst enemy’

Burundi’s new president has signaled that his government will take the coronavirus pandemic more seriously than his dead predecessor, calling the virus the country’s “worst enemy” and announcing new screenings. President Evariste Ndayishimiye on Tuesday said the screenings will be launched wherever clusters of cases are suspected, and that soap prices and water bills will […]

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Seattle police moves in to reclaim their precinct in CHOP, clearing the block in under 30 minutes

Seattle police on Wednesday reclaimed their precinct in the city’s ‘occupied’ protest zone after the mayor finally issued an early morning executive order to vacate the area.  At least 23 people were arrested at the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone which has seen two deadly shootings and crime rise by more than 500 per […]

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Congolese want more than apology for Belgium’s colonial impunity

King Philippe’s ‘regret’ for Belgium’s brutal colonial past received mixed reactions in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In a letter the Monarch addressed to President Félix Tshisekedi on the 60th anniversary of the country’s independence, Philippe expressed unprecedented sorrow for the colonial acts that historians say led to the death of millions of Congolese. On […]

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COVID dictionary: A – Z of words that accompanied the coronavirus

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic that started in China in December last year has disrupted life across the world. Measures like travel restrictions, border closures and stay-at-home orders have been implemented to prevent the spread of the virus. The new normal that has included working from home and wearing face masks in public has also seen […]

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Britain announces 176 more Covid-19 deaths

Britain today announced 176 more coronavirus deaths as government experts estimated up to 3,000 people are still getting infected each day in England but the crucial R rate has dropped in every region. Department of Health chiefs say the official number of laboratory-confirmed victims now stands at 43,906 — but separate government figures show the UK […]

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Over 50 killed in Ethiopia protests, 35 arrested, PM talks tough

July 1: ‘Several’ killed in Ethiopia unrest after singer shot dead Ethiopia’s prime minister says “several people” have been killed in unrest that followed the killing of a popular singer this week. Some reports say over 50 people were killed. Three bombs exploded in the capital Tuesday, police said. It was not clear whether anyone […]

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‘Military defending Ghanaians, not protecting any tribe or political party’ – Nitiwul

Ghana’s Minister for Defence, Dominic Nitiwul is assuring Ghanaians of the Ghana Armed Forces’ unalloyed allegiance and service. According to him, the military will not compromise the safety of Ghanaians for the interest of any individual, political party or tribe. In an interview on Citi TV’s Face to Face program, the Minister who is also […]

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US records more than 44,000 new Covid-19 cases

The German interior ministry and the Czech foreign ministry have published a list of countries outside the European Union whose citizens will be allowed entry. The set of countries for Germany is: Australia Georgia Japan Canada Montenegro New Zealand South Korea Thailand Tunisia Uruguay China Meanwhile, the Czech Republic also published its travel list on […]

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Absa Bank – Using digital solutions to help customers get things done

Absa Bank Ghana, the first bank to introduce ATM Cash Deposit and many other digital innovations in the financial sector, is enabling its customers to continue banking at the comfort of their homes and offices, through its array of secure digital services. Demonstrating the Absa Africanacity attitude of finding innovative ways to help its customers […]

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More local lockdowns are ‘just DAYS away’ PHE sources claim

Leicester-style localised lockdowns are ‘just days away’ from being imposed after dozens of towns and cities saw coronavirus cases surge in the past week, it was claimed today. Bradford, Doncaster and Barnsley are said to be at the top of the Government’s list of potential Covid-19 hotspots as the virus continues to run rampant in […]

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Nigeria coronavirus: 25,694 cases, eased lockdown Phase II starts

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, as at end of June 2020 was Africa’s third most impacted country only behind South Africa and Egypt. As Africa’s biggest economy, the federal government has continued to enforce regulations across the board even though most state governments have moved to relax restrictions. The national response is led by the […]

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