Category : World News

by Staff - 1 day ago

Jamaican Who Returned ATM Cash Gets $1.2m Reward

Jamaica Observer:-  Ackaisha Green, the woman who found a large sum of cash in an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and handed it over to the police, has been rewarded $1.2 million for her honesty. The reward from J Wray & Nephew (JWN) Limited will...

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10 Countries With The Highest Teachers Salary In The World

The teaching professional is a vital element for the survival of any economy of any country. The salary of teacher depends on various factors such as years of experience, location, private schools or government funded, education, additional qualific...

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Photos: Jose Chameloene Donates Bus to Wakiso Giants FC

Leone Island CEO Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleone is in a high gear and anxiously campaigning for his mayoral post come 2021. The ‘Champion’s hit maker unveiled the new travel monster to the local Oscar club Wakiso Giants FC. Below is his speech...

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Sheraton hosts Muslim community to iftar dinner

By Our Reporter Sheraton Kampala Hotel treated the Muslim community to iftar dinner as they broke their fast on Thursday evening. The dinner was held to thank their Muslim partners, clients and guests for the continued support to the hotel and to al...

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Grumpy Cat, the face of thousands of internet memes, has died

NBC News: Internet celebrity Grumpy Cat, the face of countless memes, has died at the age of 7, her owners confirmed Friday. Grumpy Cat — real name Tardar Sauce — shot to fame as a figurehead of online culture thanks to her permanent frown apparently...

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Ruby Rose suits up in first trailer for CW’s Batwoman

CW: The network revealed the new trailer for the Arrowverse’s latest entry, which stars Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, Gotham City’s newest hero, at its upfront presentation to advertisers on Thursday. While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen Rose suit up...

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The Africa Cloud Reaching New Levels

The African cloud is making its mark, as four hyper-scale data centers will be functional in the continent. Africa has become a battleground for global cloud providers such as Huawei, Google, AWS, Microsoft, and VMWare.