Newspaper Headlines: Wednesday, 31st March, 2021

Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have unveiled their new bus ahead of the second round of the league season.

Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have unveiled a new 48-seater bus ahead of the start of the GPL second round.   The Bus is expected to make the process…

Asante Kotoko to use Len Clay Stadium as their new home ground for the GPL second round.

Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko wrote to the Ghana Football Association and copied the Club Licensing Board requesting a venue change to Obuasi Len clay Sports Stadium instead of…

PayPal Launches Crypto Pay Services in US for Bitcoin, Ether, Altcoins

The payments giant PayPal – widely credited with inadvertently sparking the current crypto bull run last year with its major crypto move – has announced the launch of a service…

Sad News: Founding member of the Ghana Music Awards, Foussena Djagba, has passed on.

The outfit declared her death on their social media page, despite the fact that it is unclear when the tragic event happened. The reason for the departure of Fouss Promotions’…

GRIDCO announces that there will be power cuts “DUMSO” for awhile to upgrade their systems

More power outages are expected as the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) works to update its systems. The company blames the latest widespread power outages across the country on continuing…

Watch Wiyala’s video tribute to her cousin Captain Mahama

Wiyaala, aka the Lioness of Africa, has released touching visuals for a song she wrote to celebrate her cousin, Captain Maxwell Mahama. The song was taken from her internationally acclaimed…

Newspaper Headlines: Friday, 30th March, 2021

Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta is approved by Parliament as the Finance Minister

Parliament has approved the nomination of Mr Ken Ofori-Atta for appointment as Minister of Finance. The Appointments Committee of Parliament presented its report where members had by consensus, approved him.

Traditional Finance and Crypto Are Converging – That’s a Very Good Sign

Cast your mind back to 2017 – or not even so far back, if we’re being honest. The thought of traditional finance working with crypto was anathema. Most cryptocurrency companies…

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