Power Cuts, Slow Economy Are Major Talking Points in Today’s Presidential Election

[Premium Times] As Ghanaians head to the polls today to elect the person that will govern the country for the next four years, the most common term on their lips will likely be “dumsor”.

[Premium Times] As Ghanaians head to the polls today to elect the person that will govern the country for the next four years, the most common term on their lips will likely be "dumsor".

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Rugby Remains Steady

[Namibian] AFTER the high of 2015, when they produced their best performances in history at the Rugby World Cup, Namibia’s national rugby team maintained its position as African champions and the 20th ranked team in the world this year.

[Namibian] AFTER the high of 2015, when they produced their best performances in history at the Rugby World Cup, Namibia's national rugby team maintained its position as African champions and the 20th ranked team in the world this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Rehoboth Ministries to Launch 7th Album

[New Times] Gospel music lovers will be treated to an evening of praise and worship, as gospel music group Rehoboth Ministries launches its seventh album ‘Gologotha’ at Serena Hotel on December 18.

[New Times] Gospel music lovers will be treated to an evening of praise and worship, as gospel music group Rehoboth Ministries launches its seventh album 'Gologotha' at Serena Hotel on December 18.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Odinga, Mudavadi to Form Super Alliance By February

[Nation] Cord leader Raila Odinga and Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi declared on Tuesday that they are planning to form a united front to face Jubilee in next year’s elections.

[Nation] Cord leader Raila Odinga and Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi declared on Tuesday that they are planning to form a united front to face Jubilee in next year's elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cricketer Ervine Turns 34

[The Herald] SEAN Ervine turned 34 yesterday and has built a reputation as one of the finest batsmen to emerge from Zimbabwe. His younger brother, Craig, plays for the Zimbabwe national team while Sean has been with English county side Hampshire for 11…

[The Herald] SEAN Ervine turned 34 yesterday and has built a reputation as one of the finest batsmen to emerge from Zimbabwe. His younger brother, Craig, plays for the Zimbabwe national team while Sean has been with English county side Hampshire for 11 years now. Ervine has the ability to turn the match on his own and is an efficient medium fast bowler too.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe