I can't Think Far On Making Akan A National Language - Opoku Prempeh - Ghanacelebrities.com. Dr.
Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Designated Minister For Education, wants Ghanaians to abort the idea of adopting a local language to be a lingua franca by which students will be taught in. VIDEO: Watch The Ghanaian 'Mortal Kombat' Trailer That Is Soo Good It Has Gone International! - Ghanacelebrities.com. Ghanaian movies are generally ok when they stick to what they’re good at – fun stories about witches or comedy ones featuring tenants and landlords with outrageous plots; it’s when they try to venture into technological stuff that they embarrass all of us.
We all remember the fiasco that was the movie ‘2016’, and the international embarassment it earned us when Conan picked it up and used it on his talk show. This time, a similar Ghanaian movie, about the popular Mortal Kombat franchise, is earning Ghana some international attention, and of the good kind. Dating No Walk in the Park for Kenya's HIV Babies of the '90s.
Renowned Senegalese Sculptor Ousmane Sow Dies. Museveni 'Pleaded With Ugandan King Twice' Before Attack. 46 Royal Guards Killed, King Arrested in Uganda. I'm Already President, Says Zimbabwe's First Lady. Liberia: 'No Law Restricts Rights of Individuals in Liberia' - President Johnson - Sirleaf. Photo: Liberia Government Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Monrovia — President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday made a very rare comment on homosexuality, saying that it was a matter of choice, and that it was not illegal to be a homosexual in Liberia.
"Liberia has no law that restricts the rights of individuals to their own choices. Only when it is a threat to national security do we have a law that has restrictions. Uganda's Museveni Speaks Out On Trump Victory, Cameron Defeat. Medical Marijuana On the Cards for South Africa. How Did the South African Doom 'Pastor' Respond to Criticism?
Africa: Taxing Red Meat May Cut Emissions and Disease. OpinionBy Daniel Mason-D'Croz, Keith Wiebe And Sherman Robinson Growth in agricultural productivity and expanding markets have made more food available to more people than ever before.
The options available to the average consumer visiting a supermarket are richer and more varied than at any time in history. But this abundance comes at a cost to our health and the planet. Obesity, diabetes, and hypertension are increasing significantly across the world, particularly in middle- and high-income countries. Meanwhile, food production is a major contributor to climate change: agriculture (excluding land use change) accounts for 11 percent of global carbon emissions. To achieve the Paris climate agreement's emission reduction targets and try to limit global temperature increases to 2 degrees Celsius by 2100, nations will have to deploy creative new policies to limit carbon emissions on both the supply and demand sides. Uganda Accuses Schools of Teaching 'Pornography'
Film Africa Takes African Stories to the World. Localization in African Countries will Boost Oil & Gas Business. Outrage Over Brutal Killing of Boy, 7, in Nigeria. Uganda's Besigye to Make Case for Democracy in Africa. Kanye West goes on rant, storms out of Sacramento concert after 30 minutes. Kanye West brought his Sacramento concert to an abrupt end Saturday night, going on a stream-of-consciousness rant before walking off the stage to boos and confusion from fans.
West started the show 90 minutes late and performed two songs before launching into the profanity-filled tirade that some fans recorded and uploaded to YouTube. Hovering above the crowd on a stage suspended from the ceiling, West railed against corporate radio, Google, Facebook, fellow hip-hop star Jay-Z and his wife, Beyoncé, who West claimed used dirty tricks to win MTV's Video of the Year award. He also waded into politics, attacking Hillary Clinton. Wrestling and Ethnicity in Senegal. Ghanaian Politicians Are 'Bunch of Greedy People' - Artist.
Tina Lifford: One of the Faces of ‘Queen Sugar’ With the return of Fox television drama “Empire,” the premiere of “Queen Sugar” has become a new breakout hit on Wednesday nights.
As Fox gathers post-teen viewers through the tales of the Lyon family drama, Queen Sugar has created an audience of 25-54 viewers — predominantly female viewers who have set the same course of tuning in faithfully as they did for ABC’s ”Scandal.” Set in Louisiana, the storyline revolves around the three Bordelon family siblings who inherit their family land after their father’s death. Each sibling copes with personal conflicts in their individual lives while wrestling with preserving their father’s legacy of rebuilding the family sugar cane farm.
The matriarch of the family is Aunt Violet, played by veteran actress Tina Lifford, who shapes the role as the glue that holds the loyal and sometimes volatile relationships among the siblings together. Johannesburg remains 2016 Africa’s most visited city. Esther Mahlangu: The 81-year-old woman pimping BMW's rides. Collaborating with BMW would be a dream for any designer, but for the 81 year old South African Ndebele artist it's all in a days work.
Twenty five years ago, Mahlangu created an iconic BMW Art car, and now she's teamed up with the German car giants again for a new project. Curves steal the spotlight at Lagos Fashion Week. Lifestyle and fashion journalist Latasha Ngwube launched the About That Curvy Life platform to empower curvaceous women.
As a curvy female, the plus-size fashion advocate is all too aware of the stigma faced by the plus-size community in Africa, and is using her empowerment platform to start a much-needed conversation about body diversity. In a first, plus size models took to the runway at Lagos Fashion & Design Week held in October 2016. "We're getting a foot in the door. Dogon Tribe - Nommo. Dogon The Dogon are an ethnic group located mainly in the administrative districts of Bandiagara and Douentza in Mali, West Africa.