Saturday, May 25, 2019

PODCAST: Morning Starr – February 9, 2017

Get all the details you missed on the alleged over 200 official vehicles missing from the state pool at the Flagstaff House on the Morning Starr with Nii Arday Clegg.

SA pastor ‘serves rat poison’ to congregation

A South African pastor has been offering rat poison to his congregation as a test of their faith, the country's eNCA website reports. Light Monyeki, who heads the Grace Living Hope Ministries in the capital...

PHOTOS: Accident on Achimota Highway

A trailer heading towards Pokuase direction on the Accra – Nsawam Highway has veered off the main road unto the outer lane. The fully loaded truck hit the back of a mini passenger bus which...

Valerie Sawyerr writes: Fast as lightning

The Presidential (Transition) Act, 2012 (Act 845) provides in section 14(1) as follows: ‘On the assumption of office of the person elected as President a person holding any of the offices specified in the Schedule...

PODCAST: Starr Chat with Avram Grant

Download and listen to all you missed on the conversation on Starr Chat with Coach Avram Grant with Bola Ray.

Drake out-sold everyone in 2016

He only had One Dance, but it was a pretty popular one: Drake has been named the best-selling artist of 2016. The Canadian star achieved millions of sales and billions of streams with his fourth...

Brimah’s “insulting” video unfortunate – Grant

Outgoing Black Stars coach, Avram Grant has disclosed that even though he supports all his players, he found the insulting video by goalkeeper, Razak Brimah  despicable. Brimah during the just ended AFCON 2017 tournament in Gabon...

HR TODAY: Tips for dealing with envy, jealousy at workplace

Jealousy at the workplace can be one of the most serious and negative workplace attitudes. It creeps so fast and quick that it affects the core and very foundation of every organization and workplace for...

NSS sacks last-minute recruits

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has sacked some of its staff who were recruited during the transition process. This was based on the advice of the Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku-Prempeh. The scheme is the first...
Kofi Dzamesi, Minister of Chieftaincy Affair

I’ll start a ‘Royal College’ for chiefs – Dzamesi

The Minister-designate for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, Samuel Kofi Dzamesi, has hinted he will start a Royal College for Chiefs should Parliament approve his nomination. Responding to questions by the appointments committee of Parliament, Mr....

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