How the Duchess of Cambridges ‘Commonwealth blue dress emphasises her dedication to duty

It’s a TV scheduling clash which has thrown the rift between Meghan and Harry and the rest of the Royal family into sharp focus. In the early hours of Monday morning, UK time, the Sussexes will speak freely to Oprah Winfrey about their experiences of life in the The FirmContinue Reading

Everything you need to know about Meghan and Harrys Oprah interview what to expect how to watch and more

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview will air in the US on 7 March The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are due to sit down this week for a programme titled Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special. The interview will be Meghan and Prince Harry’s first sit-down interview since their engagement in November 2017. While the firstContinue Reading

Bishop who sold fake Covid ‘cures’ allowed to advertise on London buses

A pastor who is under investigation for selling oil and string as coronavirus ‘cures’ has been allowed to advertise on London buses.  Climate Wiseman, who identifies as a prophet, was exposed by Southwark News in April for selling coronavirus ‘protection’ kits, consisting of oil and red string, for £91. A post on the ministry’s website…Continue Reading

Im a big Meghan fan — and even Im losing patience

The Sussexes just can’t catch a break. In response to their upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey, headlines are blaring, Twitter trolls are seething and Piers Morgan is frothing at the mouth. As the self-appointed chairwoman of the Meghan fan club, I always have and always will be rooting for her and Prince Harry.Continue Reading

Nina Simone transcended boundaries with her music and was a civil rights activist throughout her career

Music owes a lot to these musicians who influenced genres and millions of people. The impact of African American musicians has continuously lacked the recognition it deserves throughout history. “The notable fact is that the only so-called popular music in this country of any real value is of African derivation,”Continue Reading


Numerous social media users and bloggers have shared photographs of statues in an underwater sculpture park, in posts that say that they were built as a tribute to slaves thrown overboard during the Atlantic slave trade between the 16th and 19th centuries. The artist, Jason deCaires Taylor, has clarified thatContinue Reading


The founder and leader of Universal Spiritual Church has finally open up on who the identity and meaning of Ajagurajah is. In an interview with Dr Prekese, the man of God disclosed that the way and manner “sumsum sore” does their thing is different and for that matter people shouldContinue Reading

We wont allow you to reopen your case Supreme Court tells Mahama

The Supreme Court has ruled that it won’t grant permission to former President John Dramani Mahama for him reopen his case in order to subpoena the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Mrs Jean Mensa, to testify in the 2020 election petition. In a unanimous ruling Tuesday [February 16, 2021],Continue Reading

Tsunami of disinformation around COVID vaccines

The government is battling a “tsunami of disinformation” when it comes to coronavirus jabs, the vaccines minister has told Sky News. Nadhim Zahawi said that while overall COVID-19 “vaccine positivity” was high, those who are “vaccine hesitant” tend to “skew heavily” towards black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. “ThereContinue Reading