Tesla recalls more than a million cars over a fault with its automatic windows

Tesla recalls more than a million cars over a fault with its automatic windows

Tesla is recalling over one million cars due to an issue with its automatic windows, per the NHTSA. The window automatic reversal system might not work if an obstruction gets in the way, the NHTSAsaid.The fault could pose a safety risk of a “pinching injury” to the user, per a NHTSA document. Elon Musk’s Tesla is recalling more than one million cars because of a problem with its automatic windows, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The automatic reversal system on some vehicles’ windows might not act…

PUMA unveils Blackstars of Ghana’s away jersey ahead of 2022 World Cup

PUMA unveils Blackstars of Ghana’s away jersey ahead of 2022 World Cup

PUMA has unveiled the away jersey of the blackstars ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament to be staged in Qatar. In a tweet, the German sportswear manufacturing giants, PUMA shared “Bold meets proud. The 2022 @ghanafaofficial Away kit, out now” as it unveiled the new ‘away’ jersey for the Black Stars on Monday, 29th August, 2022. Bold meets proud 🇬🇭 The 2022 @ghanafaofficial Away kit, out now. pic.twitter.com/wkVNd508Ok — PUMA Football (@pumafootball) August 29, 2022 source: ghmediahub.com

Barcelona legend Eto’o believes an African team can win the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Barcelona legend Eto’o believes an African team can win the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Legendary African footballer, Samuel Eto’o, is convinced that an African team can win the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Africa will be represented They face Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Tunisia and Senegal in the tournament in November and December. The continent’s best performance was at the World Cup when Cameroon, Senegal and Ghana reached the quarter-finals in 1990, 2002 and 2010 respectively.Samuel Eto’o is confident that an African team can win the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. But Qatar’s World Cup ambassador, Samuel Eto’o, who is in Ghana as part of his…

24-year-old Rwandan lady faces 2 years in jail for ‘shameful’ dress after police arrest

24-year-old Rwandan lady faces 2 years in jail for ‘shameful’ dress after police arrest

A 24-year-old lady, named Liliane Mugabekazi, is in trouble for wearing a see-through dress to a concert in Rwanda. According to Rwandan authorities, the see-through dress that we see Efia Odo and others wear in Ghana is tantamount to a crime in the East African country ruled by Paul Kagame. Liliane who is Rwandan was arrested by the country’s police force on 7th August for wearing what has been described as “shameful” clothing. “She faces up to two years in jail for “public indecency“, prosecutors said Thursday, 18th August 2022.…

WORLD CUP 22: Asamoah Gyan needs to work hard to make World Cup squad – Ahmed Barrusso

WORLD CUP 22: Asamoah Gyan needs to work hard to make World Cup squad – Ahmed Barrusso

Former Ghana and As Roma midfielder Ahmed Barrusso says Asamoah Gyan must work hard in order to have shot at making a fourth appearance at the World Cup. Gyan, who is Ghana’s all-time top scorer, has expressed his desire to play for the Black Stars at the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup to be staged in Qatar. In an interview with the BBC’s John Bennett, Gyan admitted he is not fully fit at the moment and is working hard to be in good shape. Apimah Barusso indicated in an interview…

Apple announces buy now, pay later, among iOS 16 plans

Apple announces buy now, pay later, among iOS 16 plans

Apple is planning a buy now, pay later (BNPL) service as part of its new operating system, iOS 16. Apple Pay Later will allow users in the US to spread the cost of a purchase into four payments over six weeks, without paying interest or fees. It forms part of a range of new iPhone features, including the ability to edit iMessages and a feature intended to help people in abusive relationships. The features were unveiled at WWDC, the firm’s annual developers’ conference. BNPL services – which are currently unregulated…

Spanish pianist Enrique Bagaría, National Symphony Orchestra, others to thrill with piano concert

Spanish pianist Enrique Bagaría, National Symphony Orchestra, others to thrill with piano concert

The Embassy of Spain, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, will host the musical concert “Night of Dreams” on June 9 at the National Theatre in Accra. This forms part of the embassy’s cultural diplomacy aimed at bringing Spanish and Ghanaian societies closer together through art and culture. The show will consist of several performances by the renowned Spanish pianist Enrique Bagaría together with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ghana, Friends of Music Choir and the drums and dances of the Great Africa Heritage Dance Ensemble. …

Will Smith resigns from Oscars Academy over slap

Will Smith resigns from Oscars Academy over slap

US actor Will Smith has resigned from the Oscars Academy after slapping comedian Chris Rock on stage during last Sunday’s ceremony. “My actions at the 94th Academy Awards presentation were shocking, painful, and inexcusable,” his statement said. The Academy said it accepted the resignation and would “continue to move forward” with disciplinary proceedings. Smith slapped Rock over a joke about his wife’s shaved head, a result of the hair-loss condition alopecia. Less than an hour later, he was awarded the best actor award for his role in “King Richard”, where…

Denmark frees pirates captured off West Africa

Denmark frees pirates captured off West Africa

Three suspected pirates detained for six weeks on board a Danish naval frigate off West Africa have been released at sea, after Denmark’s justice minister waived charges of attempted manslaughter against them. The men were detained in November, after an exchange of fire with the Danish military in the Gulf of Guinea, off Nigeria, that saw several other suspected pirates killed. They could have been brought to Denmark for criminal prosecution, but the justice ministry said there was a risk that they could not subsequently be deported, irrespective of any…

Speaker resigns after clash with Tanzania president

Speaker resigns after clash with Tanzania president

Tanzania’s parliamentary speaker Job Ndugai has resigned days after clashing with the president over foreign debts. The speaker said his resignation was a personal and voluntary decision taken in the interests of the nation. But it came after he said Tanzania was at risk of being auctioned off following President Samia Suluhu’s announcement of a new loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Mr Ndugai issued a public apology to President Samia, which she rejected. She accused him of playing politics and trying to sabotage her ahead of general elections in 2025.…