Algeria protests: judges refuse to supervise poll — News Archives Uk

Multimedia playback is not supported on your device Legend of the mediaAlgerian protesters chant: “Peaceful! Peaceful!”More than 1,000 Algerian judges said they would refuse to supervise next month’s election if President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was a candidate. The decision of the 82-year-old candidate to run for a fifth term has sparked major nationwide protests, the biggest…

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Gambia: Brikama Vs Wallidan – Who Wins First Round of the League? — AFROINSIDER

By Sulayman Bah Who wins first phase of the league after thirteen games would have been known by Sunday night but for now anxiety rules. League leaders Brikama United and second-placed Wallidan are the two very close contenders for the staked prize with Gamtel and Real de Banjul -at third and fourth places – also…

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Music production just got me fans not money – Da Hammer — GHANAPAGE™

Veteran sound engineer Edward Nana Poku Osei popularly known in the showbiz industry as Da Hammer and known for introducing acts such as Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, Tinny etc has shared his sad experience as a music producer. Da Hammer who has now left the studio to sell bread on the streets in an interview on…

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‘They treat us like Slaves’, Ghanaian Cab Driver narrate ordeal with Nigerian clients — Within Nigeria

A Nigerian man who visited Accra, Ghana, on business has narrated an encounter he had with a Ghanaian cab driver. Fola Olatunji-David said the driver was cold initially but later warmed up to him. He later got a message from the driver after the trip. In the chat, the driver praised the Nigerian man and…

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Movie industry in Ghana has a long way to go – Lydia Forson — BrownGH.com

Ghanaian Actress, Lydia Forson in an interview with BBC has said Ghana’s movie industry has a long way to go due to funding constraints from individuals who believe in film and the government. She said, “Every industry go through its phase. Where we are now is not the best but I compare to where we…

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Skinflint on African Heavy Metal, Influences, and Kwasa Kwasa Dance Music — Consequence of Sound

The allure of heavy metal reaches far and wide — nowadays, when major bands launch what is billed as a “world tour,” it truly is. However, one of the last continents to fall under metal’s spell is Africa — but that appears to be changing, with the emergence of acts like Skinflint. Hailing from Gaborone,…

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