Sports Sports News World 

China push South Africa to brink of exit as Germany qualify

Li Ying scored with a brilliant first-half volley to earn China victory over debutants South Africa, who face elimination from the Women’s World Cup. The result means Group B rivals Germany qualify for the last 16, with China and Spain hoping to join them. After an uneventful first 40 minutes, Li brought the Parc des Princes crowd to their feet… Read More
Crime Ghana World 

How Canadian state TV, CBC, reported the rescue of kidnapped ladies America

How Canadian state TV, CBC, reported the rescue of kidnapped ladies America Canadian State Broadcaster, CBC, has reported the release of the two Canadian girls who were kidnapped in Kumasi last Tuesday. Lauren Patricia Catherine Tilley, 19, and Bailey Jordan Chitty, 20, were abducted on June 4, 2019, in Kumasi while returning to their hostel from a youth development programme… Read More
African Fashion 

All you need to know about Kokki Wear

Kokki Wear’s optimum objective which defines our core mission is “To create a self-sustaining African Apparel and Shoe business system that sort to incorporate the needs of our clients at the center of its dynamism. A system that embodies the true core values of our organization, creating value for all parties which include shareholders, stakeholders and Customers”. Our vision as… Read More
Entertainment World 

Jay-Z named world’s first billionaire rapper

Jay-Z is officially hip hop’s first billionaire, Forbes has declared, after building an empire based on music, property, fashion and investments. The US magazine has estimated that the rapper’s wealth now “conservatively totals” $1bn (£800m). Forbes says the husband of singer Beyonce has succeeded because he built brands rather than just endorsed them. In its rankings, Forbes rejected claims that… Read More
Others World 

Tiananmen Square: China minister defends 1989 crackdown

China has defended the crackdown on the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in a rare public acknowledgement of events. Defence Minister Wei Fenghe told reporters that stopping the “turbulence” was the “correct” policy. In spring 1989, students and workers occupied Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in a massive pro-democracy protest. Many were killed in a brutal clampdown by the communist authorities. Reporting on… Read More
Entertainment World 

Elton John ‘rejects’ Russia censorship of Rocketman gay scenes

Sir Elton John has criticised a Russian film company’s decision to cut gay sex scenes from his new biopic Rocketman. The local film distributor told state news agency Tass it cut scenes from the film to comply with Russian laws. The British singer and the makers of Rocketman issued a statement saying they rejected the censorship “in the strongest possible… Read More