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Upgrade from 15.04 to 15.10 Ubuntu via Bootable Medium

Canonical announced a new Ubuntu yesterday, and many have or are planning to pick up their upgrading hammers to put things in place, all aimed at grabbing the new ending .10 values next to their OS version. I have been using Ubuntu since the days of 6.06, and its always been a joy taking the path. There has been less troubles …

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Ghana Canada Match

Oral Ofori was present at the Ghana Canada International Friendly Match at the RFK Stadium this past Tuesday, which ended a one-all drawn game. Oral gathered these exclusive shots to share with us all. More images available via kind courtesy of Kwame Ofori Asante who is one a partner of #TheAfricanDream.  

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Ghana Canada Friendly Match Updates

The spirit is running high, and fans around the world are mounting up to roar! To keep you up to date with all the exclusives and latest news, photos, thrills and much more surrounding the October 13th match between the Black Stars of Ghana and The Canucks of Canada. TheAfricanDream will be there with you throughout the journey as a media partner …

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Maiden Edition of Miss Ghana Tourism USA for October 10, 2015

Miss Ghana Tourism USA is a beauty pageant that aims to endorse the beauty of Ghanaian women hailing from all parts of Ghana that are resident in the USA while promoting Ghanaian tourism and lifestyle. The maiden edition of the beauty pageant will celebrate the cultures, histories, fashion and natural touristic beauty of Ghana. The event will be held on …

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Its time to ‘Wiki Loves Africa’ Again

For the first time, last year, a continental-wide photo contest kicked off. With over 6,000 pictures uploaded, the annual public photo contest was sure to a great start. Similar to Wiki Loves Monuments – which is primarily about sharing pictures of monuments around the world – Wiki Loves Africa is primarily for Africans on African soil, but open to all, with last …

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Organizers of historic Ghana-Canada friendly brief media

Ghana and Canada rekindle a historic soccer rivalry at the senior level during their October 13, 2015, clash at Washington DC in the United States. The million dollar question is, will the Canadian underdogs repeat history with another victory or will Ghana avenge the 2-1 defeat suffered during their first clash a little over 30 years ago? A desire to …

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Contention over Anas Upcoming Judges Expose Documentary

On one hand, many Ghanaians are excited (although sad at heart) and can’t wait to watch an upcoming documentary from the secret investigator, Anas Aremeyaw Anas. After many secret investigation documentaries, such as one made about Ghana’s DVLA, Anas is once more coming out with another breathtaking investigation. Flip over the coin, and the story isn’t encouraging at all. The …

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40% of Dell PCs Sold in China are Ubuntu-Powered

After Windows XP reached its ‘End of Life’, many in the Chinese market have had to adjust. And fortunately for Dell – a company that ships some of its PCs with Ubuntu pre-installed – the market adjustment and want for an alternative operating system is heading in their direction positvely. Ubuntu Kylin happens to be officially supported by the Chinese authorities, …

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[Updated] 20+ Gig of Data under 30 Cedis with Airtel Ghana

UPDATE: Wed Aug 10 20:10 —- Airtel Sika Kokoo runs for only limited periods after your first time of subscription. If you happen to not be able to subscribe anymore, perhaps it’s about time you buy a new data SIM Compiling the Best Data Bundle in Ghana. Check it out! Are you able to keep track of all the promotions your …

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Wrap Up: ChaleWote Street Arts Festival 2015

In the past couple of days, the hashtag #Chalewote has been buzzing around on social media across arts-in-general enthusiasts in the Ghana who converged at James Town, Accra to enjoy this year’s festival. For ‘CapeTownians’, this festival is similar to Infecting the City, an arts festival organized by The Africa Centre yearly. “Chale Wote”, which is roughly translated from the Ga …

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