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Today’s headlines: General news,politics,sports,entertainment,business and world news


  • Relationship with China not uniquely Ghanaian – Akufo-Addo
  • We didn’t breach parliamentary process in Collins Dauda’s case – Police
  • We won’t allow campaign funds, logistics to be diverted – Mahama
  • Stop forging documents for China visa – Chinese Ambassador to Ghanaians
  • Upper West Regional NPP Chairman involved in a near-fatal crash
  • African First Ladies discuss 5-year strategic plan
  • China relations necessary; but we must learn from history – Nana Addo
  • $11m Elmina fish processing plant now produces only ice-block
  • Melania Trump to visit Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt
  • New hospital officially opens in Greater Accra Region
  • Luv FM High School Debate: Audience awed by emerging female dominance
  • Expired Food Saga: NADMO suspends Wa Store Manager
  • Saglemi project: Deputy Housing Minister’s claims false – Sampson Ahi
  • Bawumia must resign over poor economy – Nyaho Tamakloe
  • Ghana Health Service to ‘up the game’ on family planning, contraception
  • Seven persons killed in accident involving Collins Dauda’s car buried
  • Investigative committee submits report on Manso Nkwanta shooting
  • NADMO stores manager suspended over expired food items
  • More clarity needed on deportation of 7000 Ghanaians from US – Apaak
  • Learning Nuggets CEO refutes Cabinet’s forensic report allegations
  • Tourism fetched $2.2m for Ghana in 2015 – Lecturer



  • Mikey Garcia vs Richard Commey purse bid postponed again
  • Deputy Black Starlets coach Yaw Preko blasts CAF over new U-17 qualification format
  • Former Hearts boss calls for support for Normalisation Committee
  • FIFA/CAF Normalization Committee holds first meeting with GHALCA
  • Accra Sports Stadium gets ready for 2018 Women’s AFCON
  • Fred Agyir, Clement Alisi crowned champions of 2018 Babolat Doubles Open
  • Kaneshie Sports Complex to be completed September 2019 – Isaac Asiamah
  • We’re implementing Dzamefe Commission’s report – Sports Minister
  • Football administrators guilty of poor officiating – Yakubu



  • Financial sector problems won’t end soon – Economist
  • Zenith Bank gets global data security certification
  • Groupe Nduom seeks investors’ support to pay off clients
  • $2bn Sinohydro deal not loan agreement – IMF
  • Accra opens 3rd Regional Energy Cooperation Summit
  • Women in Mining Ghana makes a case for more female participation in mining industry
  • Stars from all Nations launches ‘readyforwork’ career coaching programme
  • Cedi competitive, strong amongst peers – Bank of Ghana
  • 1D1F: Don’t expect overnight springing up of factories – Minister
  • $50bn century bond to be captured in 2019 budget – Ken Ofori Atta
  • We’ve not blocked Menzgold’s dividend payments – SEC



  • ‘Take my name out of the nominations list’ – Kwamena Idan to RTP organisers
  • Bisa Kdei descends on the media for ‘twisting’ his words from an interview
  • I was a virgin when I married – Gospel musician
  • ‘I’ve seen Adam and Eve before’ – Obinim
  • Kaakie currently on ‘music break’ – Samini
  • Catherine Afeku has failed Ghana’s Creative Arts industry – Prince David Osei



  • Bill Cosby, now inmate NN7687, placed in single cell
  • Bill Cosby’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star won’t be removed
  • Brazil: Extreme poverty on the rise as elections loom
  • Adultery no longer a crime in India
  • Nigeria’s ‘hard worker’ governor dozes during Buhari’s UN address
  • Women harassed after seeking sperm donors online
  • Cameroon prison attacked by armed men, about 70 inmates escape
  • Reactions to Cosby’s sentence: Accusers and allies speak
  • Chrissy Teigen slept with John Legend the first night they met
  • Trump ‘went off’ on French president during face-to-face meeting
  • Nigeria make it to basketball world cup quarter finals
  • Melania Trump to visit Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt
  • Family of comatose Senegalese ask France for medical treatment
  • Nigeria Economy may slip back into recession – Central bank


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