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  • Written by: Arthur Krampah Category: Lifestyle Published: 19 September 2017

    One of the world’s prominent transport services, Uber, known for their capability of providing quality transport services and luxury at affordable rates to their customers decided to expand their territories by exploring the land of Africa.

  • Written by: Francis Aheto Category: Lifestyle Published: 30 August 2017

    “To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life.” — W. Somerset Maugham
    The quintessence of reading cannot be over-emphasized; there are numerous benefits of reading good books.

  • Written by: Francis Aheto Category: Lifestyle Published: 17 August 2017

    The controversial marriage counsellor and sex therapist, Rev. George Lutterodt, has said that dating should not exceed 18 months. Counsellor Lutterodt made this statement yesterday during GH One TV’s ‘Tales from the powder room’ show hosted by AJ Sarpong.

  • Written by: Francis Aheto Category: Lifestyle Published: 11 August 2017

    You’ve probably heard a lot about the need to build self-esteem in children. But self-esteem (the ability to feel or think positively about yourself even if you sometimes make mistakes) is just as important for adults.

You remember when portraying bad manners meant just greeting an elderly person with the left hand or talking whilst eating? Today, the scope of bad manners has broadened. With all our mobile devices (whether i-Pad, ‘i-Yam’ or China branded Android phones and tablets), we can be rude anywhere at any time.


The earth is said to birth the largest iceberg ever recorded in its history due to recorded satellite images early this week.

It was a busy day like any other day of my internship program schedule at the dieteraphy unit of the La general hospital. I was assisting the head nutritionist in dietary counselling of a patient who was from consultancy with the doctor and had been newly diagnosed of diabetes. She (the patient) looked desperate and said many times that she couldn’t believe the diagnosis to be true and suspected it to be a spiritual ailment her evil family members had chanted upon her life.

With phone call ethics, it is prudent to stay away from others while talking on the phone and don’t speak too loudly. As a few people will be curious to know what you are talking about, most people don’t want to hear what you’re screaming about. In fact, according to researchers at Connel University’s publication in Los Angeles Times, hearing half of someone’s conversation distracts people from their activities and can lower their cognitive ability.