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Kotoko face Liberty, Hearts look to bounce back against Dreams

This weekend, the Ghana Premier League enters week 7 with matches to be played in designated venues across the country. After last weekend’s super clash, Asante Kotoko will host Liberty Professionals while Hearts of Oak travel to Dawu to face Dreams FC. Elsewhere, AshantiGold welcome Ebusua Dwarfs to the Len Clay Stadium as league

Patrick Allotey arrested

WBO Africa Super welterweight champion, Patrick Allotey, has been arrested by the Ministries Police in Accra. The boxer was captured in a video inflicting punches on Asante Kotoko fan Michael Siaw who was celebrating Kotoko’s 2-1 victory over Accra Hearts of Oak last Sunday. The shameful conduct sparked outrage on social media

Castro’s song featuring Davido to be released?


Music producer, Kaywa, has revealed he possesses a song of singer Castro which features Nigerian artiste, Davido. According to Kaywa, the song which was recorded years ago is one of the biggest hits he has ever produced. However, the award-winning producer is contemplating when to release the song for fans of the

Ambulance Service call centre receives 200 prank calls every hour

The National Ambulance Service Dispatch Centre is advocating strict sanctions for prank callers who officials say, have been interrupting the work of emergency services. Margaret Nartey who is in charge of the Centre told JoyNews’ Komla Adom in an interview that prank calls are making it difficult for them to decipher

Man Utd agree deal to sign Bruno Fernandes from Sporting

Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon. United will pay an initial fee of around 55m euros (£47m) for the 25-year-old, though add-ons could increase the overall cost to 80m euros (£67.6m). Fernandes' move is subject to a medical and the agreement of personal

Sarkodie’s words to defunct UT Bank CEO, Kofi Amoabeng

Rapper Sarkodie has taken to Instagram to support his embattled friend and banker, Prince Kofi Amoabeng. The founder and CEO of UT Bank was recently arrested and granted bail in connection with the collapse of his bank. The rapper, throwing his weight behind Mr Amoabeng, urged him to calm down amidst the storm