A self-taught Ghanaian coder has been named Africa Code Week Youth Ambassador for 2019 after he developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) model for diagnosing breast cancer to help solve some of the continent’s biggest challenges.
Exactly 246 years after her pioneering book was published in London in 1773, Philis Wheatley has finally been honoured with a befitting Blue plaque in the City of London.
A member of Nigeria’s Air Force has returned a parcel to its rightful owner that contained GHc 223, 000 (€37,000: $41,500) in cash, the air force says.
Two young boys have become an embodiment of Black Excellence after showing their entrepreneurial capabilities with their own bakery business, while juggling school with college-level classes and giving back to their community.
Kenya has unveiled Africa's largest wind power plant, a project aimed at reducing electricity costs and dependence on fossil fuels and moving the nation to meet an ambitious goal of 100 percent green energy next year.
A 77-year-old man, who was freed despite a long history of violence against women, was convicted of an attack nearly identical to his killing of his wife 40 years ago.
A determined grandmother is now hotter by one degree after achieving her lifelong dream of graduating college with a degree in Business Management.
An 18-year-old student who was rushed to hospital from an exam hall has disclosed in an interview she went back to complete her tests just 30 minutes after giving birth.
Four years ago at a high school graduation party, one of the happiest days of Kira Conard's life carried a cloud of sadness while her friends were buzzing with excitement about their next steps
Married men who are being denied sex by their jeans-wearing wives have been advised to report their wives to the police if it causes them emotional abuse.
Female rappers have made great strides in the music space and a video of a curvy lady spitting mad rap bars that has gone viral on social media is proof of female talents breaking glass ceilings to earn their spot.
The Methodist Church Ghana has disassociated itself from what it perceives as an impending compromise on homosexuality by the British Methodist Conference in 2020.
Two beautiful women took to social media to share photos of their graduation. The pics sparked quite the reaction and their good looks left the internet speechless.
Dr. Ernest Kwako, a gynaecologist at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital has revealed that the number of female commercial sex workers in Ghana currently stands at nearly 52,000.
A man recently caused a scare at the airport in Lagos. This individual tried to secretly hop on an airplane that was about to take off. The man who had a bag with him was spotted by the pilot who then had to stop the plane.
Two siblings who happen to be Christian missionaries found it difficult to provide a single scripture in the Bible to buttress their claim that paying tax to the Australian Taxation Office “goes against God’s will”.
Some students of Presec Legon in Accra have designed a software application that enhances exeat systems in the boarding house of the country’s senior high schools.
A Nigerian imam, who saved 262 Christians from killer herdsman by hiding them in his mosque and home, has been honoured by the US government.
Ghana’s Black Stars lost to the Carthage Eagles after being defeated by 5-4 on penalties scores following a 1-1 draw with Tunisians after extra time in the last 1/16 round game played in Ismailia.
Beyoncé has released the music video for the song "Spirit" from the soundtrack for the new Disney live-action remake of The Lion King and adorable photos from the video has surfaced on social media.
A video of a partially naked woman who has been labelled a witch has gone viral after some social media users claimed she fell into a hospital ward as a bird and later turned into human.
Achiever stories certainly inspires, even more when the individual involved had to break their backs to make lemonade out of tongue-wrenching lemons and Michael Tetteh embodies inspiration and dedication to hard work.