Foreign and international students in the U.K will now be allowed to stay behind in the country and work for up to two years after graduating from university. The new policy is an extension to the previous policy which allowed only a four-month stay post studies and is designed to boost the appeal of the … Read more
The United Kingdom are set to crown their 3rd Prime Minister in three years as Theresa May has announced she’s stepping down on the back of a failed Brexit deal.
May, who took over from David Cameron in 2016 with a mandate to deliver on the Brexit deal the country had voted for, ultimately failed to reach that deal and thus lost support of her party, who pushed for her to be taken out of office.
A country in which an artiste such as Shatta Wale lives and gets all the hype he needs from even when he continues to exhibit his stupidity at least deserves some glorification but that isn’t what Shatta Wale thinks.
The so-called Dancehall king of Africa, Shatta Wale during his stage performance at the 02 Arena in the United Kingdom forced his fans present at the show to insult Ghanaians tagging them as villagers.
The Home Office of the United Kingdom has reiterated in a policy update on how DNA evidence is to be used in official government applications related to the office.
This comes after concerns were raised that the Home Office had in the past sent letters to various applicants saying it was ‘imperative’ they supply DNA evidence despite policy stating it is ‘entirely voluntary.’
In fact, on 25 October 2018, the Home Secretary Sajid Javid apologized to people who were wrongly asked to take DNA tests to prove they were entitled to settle in the UK or in support of their applications.
The update provides guidance on how DNA is to be utilized in British passport, immigration or other nationality related applications by the Home Office.
Despite his recent comments that Ghanaian’s embrace of ‘dancehall’ is killing the highlife genre, Bisa Kdei continues to fight for relevance. The singer is still waiting for that huge hit which can take him back to the heydays of ‘Mansa’.
Mel B has revealed that she is very aware that she is at her crisis point in an interview with the SUN-— she says those are the reasons why she would be checking into a rehab in the coming days. According to the mother of two, she had never pretended to be a perfect person … Read more
Arya Stark is without question one of the most popular characters in Game of Thrones, with fans across the world admiring her for her unrelenting bravery. Anyone who watches Thrones knows that Arya never gives up no matter the challenges facing her, and for many mothers those are qualities they would love their children to have.
The Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Queen Elizabeth II, would soon have her taste buds assaulted by the delicious taste of Ghana’s favourite dish – ‘Waakye’. A Ghanaian chef, Elijah Amoo Addo, has received, and accepted, an invitation to cook for the British monarch, and has announced ‘Waakye’ is his choice dish to present to her.
The historic referendum held in the United Kingdom Thursday to decide whether they decide to stay in the European Union or leave it, has returned a verdict for the so-called Brexit camp. With over 30 million people voting in the election, the highest turnout since 1992, the leave camp has polled 52% of the total votes cast, in contrast to the 48% of the remain camp, with less than 3% of votes yet to be tallied.
Dynamic Ghanaian rap duo R2Bees have announced their preparedness for the August 27 Africa Unplugged concert billed for the Wembley Arena, London. In a televised viral video preempting this historic event, the multiple charts-topping group made up of Paedae and Mugeez, gave the strongest indication of an unforgettable night on Bank Holiday, August 27 in the United Kingdom, and why Africa must rally behind the Africa Unplugged initiative. Set to be the biggest event in the United Kingdom in August, the organizers of the Africa Unplugged concert aim at using the platform to raise awareness on the plight of most Africa’s worrying challenges including Poverty, Malaria, War, Genocide, HIV/Aids, lack of access to portable drinking water and the numerous other atrocities that has bedeviled the continent.