Zylofon CEO apologises to Stonebwoy, condemns attack

CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah, has rendered an unqualified apology to dancehall artiste Stonebwoy.

He apologised to the artiste for a fracas that occurred at Champs Bar at the Paloma Hotel in Accra on Saturday night.

Yesterday, Today, Forever

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

Hebrews 13:8

Yale President lauds African women

President of the University of Yale, Peter Salovey has lauded African women leaders who have played various developmental roles in their organizations.

According to him, economic development moves faster when women take the lead.

Mr. Salovey encouraged governments to uphold women rights and development.

Speaking at the Yale Leadership Forum in Accra, Mr. Salovey said women should continue to take advantage of leadership positions to propel economic development.

Women own 46% of businesses in Ghana – MasterCard Report

Ghana has the highest percentage of women business owners worldwide, according to the recent MasterCard Index of Women’s Entrepreneurship (MIWE) release on International Women’s Day.

It stated that 46.4% of private businesses in Ghana are owned by women and that is the highest percentage of women-owned businesses globally.

Why women may regret casual sex less

Young women regret casual sex less if they take the initiative and the sex was good, according to a new study.

Previous research has found that in general women regret one-night stands more than men.

But researchers interviewed 547 Norwegian and 216 American university students, all of them heterosexual.

The answers suggested that the "clearest gender-differentiating factor" for regret after casual sex is who made the first move.

Why I never wanted children – Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey in a sit down with Gwyneth Paltrow‘s first episode of “The Goop” podcast has explained why she never wanted children.

In their conversation, Oprah Winfrey discussed her choice to refrain from having kids—she just doesn’t like babies at their tender age of a day.

What it’s like to date an older man at 17, then marry him

I actually was 16, almost 17, and I started working at a restaurant. I was hired as a hostess, and he was a server. Sam was 24, almost 25. I had a boyfriend at the time, who was also a senior in high school, like me. (My parents put me in school early.) The summer after I graduated, Sam and I had a lot of the same shifts, and we started talking more and just hanging out. I never went for older guys, and he never dated younger women, until me. But I related to him so much better than my boyfriend. I ended up breaking up with my boyfriend and dating Sam.

My parents always liked him. He’s a great person, he’s very easy to like, and he showed respect for my parents. Also, my parents met when they were 18 and 19, and my mom’s parents got married when they were 17 and 19. There was a little bit of flexibility. But there was a time I was sort of rebelling, and I stayed out late with Sam, really late, and this was before cellphones, and my dad gave his lecture: “I will call the cops on you, Sam.” He did it as nicely as possible.

What is in the 2018 Ghana-US military agreement that you can’t find in a 1998 document

Once again the country is sharply divided. The typical political grandstanding is in full force over a defence cooperation agreement between the governments of the United States and Ghana.

Joy News intercepted the agreement attached to a parliamentary memorandum. The document was destined for Parliament for debate and ratification.

We’re not establishing military base in Ghana – US Embassy

The United States Embassy in Ghana has denied reports that the US government is planning to establish a military base in Ghana.

It said it is only planning joint security exercises with Ghana, which will require that US military personnel are allowed access to Ghana’s military facilities.

Video: Man left paralysed after he was shot by police over ¢10 Xmas gift

His hopes of becoming an entertainer on the pitch and send smiles into the homes of many evaporated on a day many were rejoicing at the birth of a giver of hope – Jesus.

The sight of people playing football reminds him of how his dream was shattered by the bullet of a careless Policeman.

Video: Guy walks away after girlfriend proposed at Accra Mall

A lady's attempt at proposing to boyfriend publicly goes horribly wrong as she's rejected, left on her knees with her supposed boyfriend walking away leaving onlookers at the Accra Mall in a state of shock.

The lady seems to have put a lot of effort into the surprise proposal as she hired a guitarist to help her make the moment special.

But the gentleman who seemed unimpressed with his girlfriend's gesture simply shook his head, asked her to get up and when she didn't he walked away.

Vice President offers security assurance

The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has reiterated the government’s preparedness to adequately resource the various security agencies to clamp down on the activities of criminals, especially armed robbers, in the country.

It follows the sudden rise in crime, especially in the capital, Accra in recent times, which has claimed innocent lives.

Speaking at the Central Mosque at Abossey Okai in Accra to offer special prayers [Jummah] as part of activities to mark the 61st independence anniversary of Ghana, Dr Bawumia said with  “I want to assure the general public that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is fully apprised of what is going on.