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Namibia cricket embarks on initiative to revive struggling tourism sector

Namibia cricket has joined efforts with the "Eagles" brand to help revive the country's ailing tourism sector with the launch of the #EaglesChallenge on...

Namibia’s breast milk bank struggling to survive as number of registered babies grows

Namibia Breast Milk Bank (NBMB) is in dire need of milk and more nursing mothers are needed to register as supplying donors for the...
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Leipzig hammer struggling Bremen 3-0 in Bundesliga

RB Leipzig recaptured the top spot in the standings after moving 3-0 past relegation threatened Werder Bremen in the 22nd round in Bundesliga on...
Kris Boyson reveals Katie ‘suffers in silence’ (Picture: Rex)

Kris Boyson was of great assistance to Katie Prince during her mental health issues

The 30-year-old fitness trainer spoke candidly last week about his own battle with depression and he claims he and his girlfriend offer one another...

Why Is Ebony’s Impact Struggling?

How sure am I that her impact is struggling? First, a lasting impact is built on a lasting message, and I think Ebony couldn’t...

Sierra Leone police say struggling with election security provision

Sierra Leone's newly appointed said Thursday that providing security during the March 7 general elections would be a herculean task. Richard Moigbe, Inspector General of...
Sam Itauma and some of the rescued children

‘King of Witches’: a struggle in the promotion of children’s rights.

By Afeso Albert Akanbi I think it is time for the government to step in, not in words but through...

Man who created ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is struggling with medical cost

The man who helped launch the massively successful ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is facing financial problems, as his family struggles to pay medical bills...

Uganda announces plan to revitalize struggling economy

As East Africa's third largest economy after Tanzania and Kenya, Uganda is facing a myriad of challenges that are slowing down its growth from...
An archaeologist cleans the hoof-shaped ingots in an aristocrat's tomb that dates back to the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - 24 AD), in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province, Nov. 17, 2015. Chinese archaeologists on Nov. 17 discovered 75 gold coins and hoof-shaped ingots in the tomb. (Xinhua/Wan Xiang)

Australian government struggling to stop US$400 million gold scam

The Australian government is struggling to clamp down on a gold scam which has left Australian taxpayers more than 430 million U.S dollars out...

I’m Doing Just Fine Without Kiki Banson – Becca

Singer Becca in 2015 said goodbye to her former management, EKB records headed by Kiki Banson after ten years of working with the record...

Ho: Removed NHIS Voters Hustle to Find Guarantors

Persons whose names have been deleted from the voters' register for using the National Health Insurance cards in the Ho Central and Ho...
Syrian refugees arrive in Lebanon earlier this year after fleeing their homes in western Syria. The number of Syrian refugees has passed 2.563 million. UNHCR/A.McConnell

The Tale Of Refugee’s Struggle For A Whole New Life In Germany

As night falls, shopping malls on Kurfuerstendamm street, one of the most famous avenues in Berlin, begin to get bustling. Just 200 meters away from...

European Central Bank Struggles To Tackle Inflation In Euro Zone

The ECB could use its scheduled policy meeting to announce a plan that levies a penalty on only a portion of banks' reserves, as...
A boy carrying firewood

Let’s Work To Ensure Children Remain In School

It is a quarter of an hour to midday. Emma is still in the bush surrounding of Suano, unsure of reaching home in time...

US possible recession begins

When American households still have vivid memories of struggling to make their ends meet in the worst financial crisis in decades, a new recession...

Nagelsmann makes Bundesliga history with hoffenheim

Nagelsmann, who was in charge of the Under-19 team, becomes the youngest coach in Bundesliga history. Dutchman Stevens, 62, quit Wednesday because of heart problems. Nagelsmann,...
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European commission urged to find lasting solution to farming crisis

Amid growing anger of domestic farmers who used to blockade key routes mainly in northern France, Valls accused the commission of doing "too little,...
The Christ the Redeemer statue is illuminated with the colors of the French national flag to mourn for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Nov. 14, 2015. (Xinhua/AGENCIA ESTADO) (zjy) ***BRAZIL OUT***

Swelling Zika Cases Weighing Brazil Down

by Bruna Gama The country has reported some 3,900 cases of infections, with over 300 confirmed. Although the Health Ministry has reinforced actions against the...

Swansea City Fighting Hard to Keep Hold on Andre Ayew

 Swansea City are facing a battle to hold onto Andre Ayew after Sunderland stepped up their chase for the Ghana midfielder. The Black Stars are...

Gideon Jung still nursing back injury at Hamburg

Ghanaian midfielder Gideon Jung is struggling with a back injury despite returning to Hamburg training on Thursday. The 21-year-old has flourished brilliantly since...

Andre Ayew Failed to Stir Swansea City Forward after Losing to Man United

  Andre Ayew put up a decent performance for Swansea City but his struggling side suffered a morale-dampening 2-1 defeat at Manchester United to...

Nigerian in court for struggling with girl for sex

Ike Ebunogo, charged with indecent assault, has pleaded not guilty. Ike has been admitted to bail in the sum of GHC8,000.00 with a surety to...

Struggling Chelsea Has 5 Likely Ways Out Of Their Predicament

With just eight points from seven games, good for 15th place and a full eight points behind league leaders Manchester United, what?s going wrong...

It Is About Time Jose Mourinho Replaces Branislav Ivanovic with Baba Rahman

Baba Rahman By Alan Smith Jose Mourinho has already felt the need to drop one of his defensive stalwarts. I am sure he does not...
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Ghanaians Our Own Worst Enemies

PART ONE Undoubtedly God has a special plan and love for Mother Ghana and it citizens that was why he has given us a lot...

Southern Africa community members struggling to offset power deficit

A number of Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states are faced with a myriad of challenges that have rendered them unable to generate...

Luggard and Atinga under investigation and Issah gets suspended

Issah Mumuni Hearts have suspended midfielder Issah Mumuni as the club prepares to hand out disciplinary action against players indicted in a leaked tape. The...

Ghana FA orders the closure of Kpando Park Over safety of Heart of Lions

Heart of Lions Heart of Lions are in DEEP trouble after the Ghana FA ordered the immediate closure of the Kpando Park after crowd...

Struggling Stars to face the Cranes in a test

Taifa Stars Only home-based footballers are eligible, offering space on the international stage for many who would otherwise remain in the shadows. Rwanda officials...