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The 12 best documentaries to stream this March, from The Crime of the Century to The Sparks Brothers


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The Sparks Brothers, Final Account, I’ll Be Gone In The Dark, The Crime of the Century, The Last Cruise, & more



THE SPARKS BROTHERS | Stream from 21 March 2022


How can one rock band be successful, underrated, hugely influential, and criminally overlooked all at the same time? With commentary from celebrity fans like Flea, Beck, Jason Schwartzman, Neil Gaiman, and more, The Sparks Brothers takes audiences on a musical odyssey through five weird and wonderful decades with brothers and bandmates Ron and Russell Mael, celebrating the inspiring legacy of Sparks: your favourite band’s favourite band.


The debut documentary from cult director Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Shaun of the Dead), The Sparks Brothers earned the Maels The Unforgettables award at the 2022 Cinema Eye Honours Awards, and was nominated for four 2021 Critics Choice Documentary Awards: Most Compelling Living Subject, Best Music Documentary, Best First Documentary and Best Director. It also featured prominently at Rotten Tomatoes’ Golden Tomatoes Awards, where it was named the fifth best-reviewed documentary, the seventh best limited-release movie, and the 21st best-reviewed movie overall of 2021, with a 98% critics rating.


As the Rotten Tomatoes’ critics consensus puts it, “Their albums may be cult favourites, but this Edgar Wright-directed documentary offers an introduction to Sparks that has something for everyone.”




FINAL ACCOUNT | Stream from 21 March 2022


Distilled from over 300 interviews conducted by the late British documentary filmmaker Luke Holland, Final Account is an urgent portrait of the last living generation of everyday people to participate in Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. In never-seen-before interviews, men and women, ranging from former SS members to civilians, reckon – in very different ways – with their memories, perceptions and personal appraisals of their own roles in one of the greatest human crimes in history.


The documentary was nominated for two 2021 Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, including Best Historical or Biographical Documentary, and has a 93% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes.


Guardian calls Final Account, “A simple, unadorned study of everyday evil, …the past speaking to the present.” The Times gave it a 4/5-star review, calling it, “Timely and ominous.” Rolling Stone says it’s “a reminder that we’re on the verge of seeing history repeat itself.” And Slant Magazine praises it as a “reminder of how everyday people can become complicit in incomprehensible evil.”




I’LL BE GONE IN THE DARK | Binge from 18 March 2022


Based on the work of late American true crime author Michelle McNamara, the HBO documentary series I’ll Be Gone in the Darkis both a gripping examination of the crimes of the Golden State Killer who terrorized California in the 1970s and 1980s, and the moving story of one woman’s relentless pursuit of justice for his victims.


Helmed by two-time Oscar nominee Liz Garbus (The Fourth Estate, The Farm: Angola, USA, The Handmaid’s Tale), the series won two Cinema Eye Honors Awards in 2021 and holds a 96% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, where the critics consensus calls it, “a heavy, but important tapestry of trauma, obsession, and survival.”


The series is executive produced by – and features – actor Patton Oswalt, McNamara’s husband, who, along with her researcher Paul Haynes, and journalist and true crime writer Billy Jensen, completed her book – I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer – and went on to witness its impact.







From Oscar- and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, The Inventor), The Crime of the Century is a searing indictment of big pharma and the political operatives and government regulations that enable over-production, reckless distribution and abuse of synthetic opiates.


With the help of whistleblowers, newly leaked documents, exclusive interviews, sobering testimony from victims of opioid addiction, and access to behind-the-scenes investigations, Gibney’s exposé posits that drug companies are in fact largely responsible for manufacturing the very crisis they profit from, to the tune of billions of dollars – and thousands of lives.


Produced in association with The Washington Post, The Crime of the Century was named Best Political Documentary at the 2021 Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, where it was also up for Best Documentary Feature and Best Narration for Gibney.


The two-part HBO documentary has a 95% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, where it was the sixth best-rated docuseries of 2021. As FilmWeek says, “Only Alex Gibney can get his arms around the behemoth that is the opioid crisis in America… It will open your eyes and make you angry.”






A terrifying origin story of the pandemic, HBO’s 40-minute documentary The Last Cruise chronicles the first big outbreak of the novel coronavirus outside China: the Diamond Princess cruise liner.


As the uncontained outbreak on the luxury vessel at the start of the pandemic in January 2020 became a global spectacle and a faraway symbol of the new virus and its potential to upend any sense of normalcy, passengers aboard the ill-fated cruise ship were quarantined in their staterooms for weeks as the crew tended to the sick, delivered room service and slept and dined in cramped, shared quarters. Through never-before-seen footage from passengers and crew, we watch class divisions erupt as humanity misses its chance to contain Covid-19.


Directed by Hannah Olsen (Baby God), The Last Cruise has a 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and was nominated for Best Short Documentary at the 2021 Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, with The Film Stage calling it “a vital and horrifying record of a crisis that we should have quickly learned from, that captures the moment with the immediacy of Facebook Live or Snapchat.”






John Wayne Gacy: Devil In Disguise follows the chilling story of one of the world’s most notorious serial killers, as told through the words of Gacy himself, those who were forever changed by his unspeakable deeds, and those who believe that the full truth remains concealed to this day.


Directed by Emmy-nominated producer Rod Blackhurst (Amanda Knox, Welcome to Earth), this comprehensive six-part documentary series details the case that shook the world, drawing on a multi-hour death-row interview with Gacy himself, most of which has never been seen before, along with exclusive audio and video interviews. Almost fifty years since the crimes took place, new questions are emerging about what really happened, and who else may have played a part in the deaths of Gacy’s 33 victims.


The docuseries has a 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with AV Club saying, “John Wayne Gacy is dead, and Devil In Disguise is correct in that whatever is left to say about him isn’t a horror story about an evil criminal mastermind, but a cautionary tale of a serial predator who went unpunished because he looked and acted like the men who were supposed to stop him.”






Directed by Oscar nominee and five-time Emmy winner Sam Pollard (MLK/FBI, When the Levees Broke), the HBO documentary film Black Art: In the Absence of Light explores the oft-neglected contributions of African American artists to both the art world and American culture at large.


Opening with the landmark exhibition “Two Centuries of Black American Art” curated by the late David Driskell at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the documentary looks at the major Black art movements of the past half-century, and speaks to contemporary luminaries like Jordan Casteel, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems and Kehinde Wiley, among others.


The documentary has a 92% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with Boston Globe calling it “an essential and revelatory glimpse at the accomplishments of today’s Black artists,” and Wall Street Journal saying, “The film never dips into saccharine platitudes, and it is unafraid to examine the defects within artistic movements that, while fighting for racial justice, had their own blindspots.”






Waitress, starring Keri Russell and Nathan Fillion, won five international awards in 2007 – the year after its writer-director, Adrienne Shelly, was brutally murdered. It went on to inspire the hit Broadway musical, penned by Grammy winner Sara Bareilles.


Directed and produced by Shelly’s husband Andy Ostroy, Adrienne is an intensely personal look at Shelly’s life, death and career, featuring the likes of Russell, Fillion, Bareilles, actor Paul Rudd, and director Hal Hartley, who gave Shelly her acting break in The Unbelievable Truth and the Sundance winner Trust.


Adrienne has a 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with Decider praising it as “heart-breaking and bittersweet… an understated, deeply personal essay about grief.” As Indiewire warns, “Bring tissues.”






It’s the 1980s and the world of professional surfing is a circus of fluro colours, peroxide hair and male egos. Girls Can’t Surf follows the journey of a band of renegade surfers who took on the male-dominated professional surfing world to achieve equality and change the sport forever.


Featuring surfing greats Jodie Cooper, Frieda Zamba, Pauline Menczer, Lisa Andersen, Pam Burridge, Wendy Botha, Layne Beachley and more, Girls Can’t Surf is a wild ride of clashing personalities, sexism, adventure and heartbreak, with each woman fighting against the odds to make their dreams of competing a reality.


Nominated for Best Documentary at the 2021 Australian Academy Awards, Girls Can’t Surf has a 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes. “The film is a great tribute to all of these athletes and a timely reminder of everything that led up to the decision to raise the women’s prize money to parity with the men’s just two years ago,” says Sydney Morning Herald, adding, “The current generation has much to thank them for.”






“I might have turned to the gun or the knife, but by then I had chosen the camera,” says Gordon Parks in the trailer for this critically acclaimed HBO documentary. A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks explores the enduring legacy of the legendary photographer, whose work brought the Black community’s struggle for dignity and justice to middle America on the pages of LIFE magazine from 1948 to 1972.


Directed by Emmy winner John Maggio (Mr. Saturday Night, The Perfect Weapon) and executive produced by Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean and Alicia Keys, the documentary traces Parks’s impact on three contemporary photographers: Devin Allen, whose photograph “Baltimore Uprising” of the Freddie Gray protests was featured on the cover of Time; LaToya Ruby Frazier, who for five years followed the Flint, Michigan water crisis; and Jamel Shabazz, whose photographs on the streets of New York form a visual history of the hip-hop era while simultaneously presenting affirming images for his community.


Also look out for interviews with the likes of filmmakers Spike Lee and Ava DuVernay, The New Yorker’s Jelani Cobb, actor Richard Roundtree, historian Khalil Muhammad, and the executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy.






The four-episode docuseries By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem, executive produced by Godfather of Harlem star Forest Whitaker and Swizz Beatz, examines the story of Harlem, its music during the 1960s and its connections to today.


The series earned director Keith McQuirter (Brick City) the 2021 Image Award for Outstanding Directing in a Documentary, and features conversations with the likes of Emmy-nominated actor Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), music legends Herbie Hancock, Gladys Knight, Harry Belafonte and Nile Rodgers, activists Jamal Joseph, Al Sharpton and Denise Oliver-Velez, historians and residents of Harlem itself.






British explorer, naturalist, and presenter Steve Backshall has dedicated his life to revealing the wonder of sharks. Shark With Steve Backshall is a three-part docuseries tracking Steve’s journey to the remotest parts of our planet, from the sun-drenched tropics to the mysterious depths of our oceans, to meet the incredible variety of sharks upon which the health of our oceans depends, and the passionate people fighting to change attitudes and save these feared and misunderstood predators.


Teaming up with leading scientists, Steve reveals stunning discoveries – glow-in-the-dark sharks, sharks that walk on land, and ancient sharks over 400 years old, with antifreeze in their blood…


He also takes viewers night-swimming with an 18-metre whale shark in the Maldives, chases the sardine run off South Africa’s coast, and finds out what’s behind the mysterious disappearance of Cape Town’s great whites.






ZIWE S1 | Binge now


Born in the US to Nigerian parents, Ziwe Fumudoh blasted onto the scene with her YouTube show Baited with Ziwe, cut her teeth on shows like The Rundown with Robin Thede, and picked up a Writer’s Guild of America award for Desus & Mero in 2021. Now she has her own late-night talk show and variety show, Ziwe, a no-holds-barred mix of musical numbers, interviews and sketches that challenge our discomfort with race, politics, and other cultural issues.


Ziwe’s first season features the likes of activist Gloria Steinem, The Real Housewives of New York City star Eboni K. Williams, actress Cristin Milioti (Palm Springs, The Wolf of Wall Street), and author Fran Lebowitz (Pretend It’s a City). 


Vulture hails Ziwe as “iconic” and Vanity Fair says, “Ziwe perfected the art of putting people on the spot,” while calls her show “both a true star-making platform and a spoof of the same.”




To see everything on Showmax in March 2022, from the Halo series adaptation to the Oscar-winning film The Father and the blockbuster hit The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, click here. Please note this release schedule is subject to change.

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The Educators’ Network holds 12th Teaching And Learning conference



The Educators’ Network holds 12th teaching and learning conference

On Saturday, March 25, The Educators’ Network (TEN) held its 12th edition of the Teaching and Learning Conference at the Lincoln Community School in Accra. (more…)

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Vodafone Ghana Cable Thief Sentenced to 7 Years in prison



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The Odumase-Krobo Circuit Court convicted a man, William Ntow, to a 7-year prison sentence today after he was found guilty of stealing Vodafone telecommunication cables in the area.

The Akosombo District Police arrested Ntow near Sakora Park, a suburb of the town, after Vodafone Ghana lodged a complaint regarding frequent cable cuts, which had been causing disruptions to the company’s services for the past few weeks. Officers arrested Ntow with a 200-pair size cable measuring 1,400 meters and valued at GH₵552,500.00.

The conviction comes as a relief to Vodafone Ghana, which had been grappling with the ongoing issue of cable theft and its impact on services. John Animah, Corporate Security Manager at Vodafone Ghana, spoke about the arrest and subsequent conviction, stating, “We are grateful to the Akosombo District Police for their swift action in apprehending the suspect. Cable theft has been a persistent issue for our company, and this arrest sends a strong message to would-be thieves that such criminal activities will not be tolerated.”

Vodafone Ghana has been working closely with law enforcement agencies to tackle the problem of cable theft and mitigate its impact on the company’s services and customers. The arrest and conviction of William Ntow are significant steps forward in addressing the issue and deterring potential criminals.

Preba Greenstreet, Legal and External Affairs Director at Vodafone Ghana, also commented on the case. “The conviction of William Ntow serves as a warning to others who may consider engaging in cable theft. It’s important to understand that this isn’t a victimless crime. It disrupts vital communication services and affects businesses and individuals alike. We will continue to collaborate with law enforcement and other relevant stakeholders to combat this problem and protect our infrastructure.”

The cable theft issue has far-reaching consequences, affecting not only Vodafone Ghana but also its customers and the larger community. Service disruptions caused by cable theft can cause significant financial losses for businesses and create inconveniences for individuals who rely on stable telecommunications services for work, education, and daily life. As Vodafone Ghana continues to invest in and expand its infrastructure across the country, ensuring the security and integrity of its networks is a top priority.

The company has implemented various measures, including enhanced surveillance and security systems, to protect its assets and ensure reliable services for its customers. This recent conviction highlights the need for continued vigilance and cooperation among all stakeholders to protect critical infrastructure and ensure a stable, secure, and connected future for all Ghanaians.

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OB Amponsah, Lekzy Decomic, Jeneral Ntatia Set To Thrill At Kwahu Easter Comedy Show



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All is set for the maiden edition of the KWAHU EASTER COMEDY SHOW scheduled to take place on 10th April, 2023 at the PARISH HALL in Nkawkaw.

The sensational OB Amponsah, Lekzy DeComic, Jeneral Ntatia, Ebenezer Dwomoh, Oh Joo and many other wonderful Comedians are billed to entertain patrons to a night of endless laughter, with the show starting at 7pm prompt.

The KWAHU EASTER COMEDY SHOW is the first ever Comedy event in Kwahu as it also marks the first time a Comedy show will be added to the many events during the Kwahu Easter Festival. According to the organizer, Mr. Dennis Boateng, C.E.O of Creative Republic, the KWAHU EASTER COMEDY SHOW forms part of the Episodes of Laughter, a Comedy project dedicated to projecting Comedy and taking it closer to patrons and lovers of the craft across the length and breadth of the country.
“Easter has always been flooded with musical concerts so we are putting up the first Comedy event in Kwahu as part of the festivities to provide an alternative source of entertainment to the numerous patrons of the Easter celebrations” he said.

The program is a unique platform that is not only seeking to entertain patrons but also to provide an opportunity to new talents and also businesses who want to be visible through marketing of the event.

The KWAHU EASTER COMEDY SHOW is here to stay as it will be an annual event that will form part of the Easter festivities calendar going forward. For tickets and enquiry hotlines of the event, call 0503948567 /0544437308 or dial *227*2104 # on all networks.

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The 5 best strains that help alleviate PTSD symptoms



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People who have experienced shocking, scary, or horrifying events like assault, and natural disasters, might face Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Its associated issues are fear, nightmares, and losing the ability to fight against or avoid danger. People with PTSD may experience stress and fears, even when everything is normal.

PTSD can seriously affect someone’s routine life. Some of its non-pharmaceutical solutions are Group therapy, one-on-one counseling, and an enhancement in lifestyle like meditation. Other medicated ways to treat PTSD are; prescribed Zoloft, Prozac, or Paxil. Medical cannabis or medical marijuana is also used to treat the symptoms of PTSD, like anxiety and insomnia.

The 5 best cannabis strains for PTSD

Medical marijuana helps people with symptoms associated with PTSD. It helps them cope with nightmares, flashbacks, and frightening conditions that prevent them from sleeping. Medical marijuana improves the immunity system, reducing anxiety, stress, and all the triggers of patients’ panic attacks.

There are different cannabis strains, some with high CBD and others with high THC. Cannabis strain that is high in CBD is ideal for mood stabilizing. In contrast, marijuana strains high in THC are considered a strong weapon to use at night for peaceful sleep. Remember that the higher CBD strain has less chance of providing a “high.” CBD products that contain less than 0.1% of THC will not cause any high.

However, marijuana should be taken under the guidance of a registered physician. In West Virginia, you require a recommendation to avail the WV Medical Marijuana Card in order to have access to cannabis that will help in mitigating the symptoms of your condition.

Up to a hundred cannabis strains are available online. The five most effective marijuana strains for PTSD are:

Blue Dream cannabis strain

This is the most known strain of marijuana. This Sativa-dominant cannabis strain is mostly grown in the state of California. As well as providing mental relaxation, it also helps to soothe the entire body’s stiffness. With a pleasant Haze and Blueberry aroma, Blue Dream cannabis is a balanced hybrid. It contains a high amount of THC, 17 to 27%, and has the lowest amount of CBD, which is 0.1 to 0.25 only.

The use of the Blue Dream marijuana strain is to help people to uplift their mood and relax their minds to make public interaction easy for them. Medical marijuana helps people with symptoms of PTSD by reducing their depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and nausea.

OG Kush cannabis strain

OG kush cannabis strain has a high concentration of THC, about 25%, and a low quantity of CBD, around 0.2% only. It has a relaxing effect that makes it popular among consumers. The exact origin of the OG kush cannabis strain is still a mystery.

Because of its pleasant and euphoric effects and remarkable calming job, the OG kush is ideal to use for people with PTSD. This marijuana strain is famous for controlling the symptoms of PTSD like, chronic pain, depression, stress, and insomnia. OG kush aids in the reduction of inflammation. This is a quick-response treatment for the patient.

Pineapple Express cannabis strain

It is a smooth and very balanced strain of marijuana. People who used it report that they experienced clear-headedness, which makes it ideal for creatives. If you have PTSD and are experiencing anxiety, fear, and depression, it may be the best treatment option. It has a higher level of THC, around 27%, and contains only 0.1% CBD.

It has a sweet and fruity aroma and can make you buzz within minutes. Pineapple Express is a well-known strain of marijuana. It helps reduce mental and physical trauma. The higher amount of THC helps you be mentally relaxed, but the presence of CBD performs even better.

Cannatonic cannabis strain

Cannatonic strain of marijuana has a higher level of CBD, up to 17%. This CBD-enriched strain has 6% THC. The High effect you experience depends on the THC: CBD ratio in the quantity of marijuana strain you take. Through the calming effects of Cannatonic, people experience relief from anxiety and anger management issues.

After smoking the Cannatonic marijuana strain, it will give you a mildly high effect that surprisingly uplifts your mood and causes powerfully relaxing effects. It is also helpful in reducing pain, stress, anxiety, depression, muscle spasms, and migraines.


Harlequin is an ideal strain for consuming during the day. Due to its cannabidiol-enriched properties, it is suitable for treating anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. It has a sweet fruity flavor. It has a CBD level similar to Cannatonic, so it is ideal for people who do not want to get high after consuming marijuana strains that contain THC.

It provides a clear-headed effect and the ability to relax without the intoxicating effect. The higher level of CBD makes it popular for treating pain, anxiety, and symptoms associated with PTSD.

Frequently asked questions:

Is marijuana helpful in treating PTSD?

Marijuana is an ideal product to treat specific symptoms of PTSD. Psychotherapy, anger management, traditional drugs, and medical marijuana help to control the symptoms and keep the PTSD patient calm.

While taking antidepressants, can I use marijuana for PTSD?

Usually, antidepressants and marijuana are not good compatibles. This combination may increase the risk of adverse side effects. If you take any antidepressants, consult your doctor before starting marijuana use.

PTSD is one of the medical conditions which helps you to get qualify for accessing medical marijuana. Reach out to a licensed medical professional before making any decision.

Final words

Nowadays, marijuana strains are becoming a need for every individual with PTSD symptoms. The experience of using cannabis strains may vary from one person to another. Remember that every person reacts differently to cannabis strains. So consult a therapist or a medical professional before starting any self-medication and get better guidance for choosing the right marijuana strain according to your need.

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Galaxy S23 Series: Samsung adopts sustainable ways to meet the urgency of climate crisis



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With its new, cutting-edge design, the Galaxy S23 series demonstrates that innovation brings both high performance and sustainability for the ultimate premium experience.

The Galaxy S23 series raises the bar for both quality and aesthetics with less environmental impact than previous generations. To achieve this, Samsung has incorporated recycled materials in more device components than in any other previous Galaxy smartphone and designed the packaging box using 100% recycled paper. The presence of recycled materials in the Galaxy S23 series has also been increased, rising from six internal components made from eco-conscious materials in the Galaxy S22 Ultra to 12 internal and external components incorporating recycled materials in the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

The Galaxy S23 series makes living more sustainably easier and without compromise. By continuing to increase recycled materials in Galaxy devices, this helps to reduce the impact on the environment. Specifically, the use of recycled ocean-bound plastics in the Galaxy S23 series could prevent more than 15 tons of discarded fishing nets from entering the world’s oceans by the end of 2023, helping to reduce ocean pollution. These devices are built to last with better durability and reliability, so consumers can now enjoy a premium Galaxy experience for as long as possible.

This series is revolutionising how sustainability and innovation coincide. Building on Galaxy’s use of ocean-bound plastics, Samsung has now added even more recycled materials to the Galaxy S23 series, including aluminium and glass. It is the first Galaxy device to feature Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus® 2, which offers improved strength for long-term use and contains an average of 22 percent pre-consumer recycled content.

These next Galaxy flagship smartphones will also be the first to deliver improved drop performance on rough surfaces like concrete2 – the world’s most abundant engineered material, it redefines tough for consumers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

This series is therefore UL ECOLOGO® certified3, meaning that the product has been certified for reduced environmental impact. It puts a focus on the environment and has achieved an Environmental Claim Validation for containing an average of 22 percent pre-consumer recycled content, as validated by Underwriters Laboratories (UL). (Products bearing the UL Environmental Claim Validation Mark undergo routine audits and testing to retain their status).

With Gorilla Glass Victus 2, Corning’s Mobile Consumer Electronics business that includes its ground-breaking cover glasses as well as glass and optics for semiconductor products, which enhance performance, deliver new connectivity features, and support immersive user experiences with augmented reality and 3D sensing.

Lucas Lee, Managing Director at Samsung Ghana says: “As Samsung, we are committed to combatting climate change, and we are guided by our new environmental strategy that strives to make the technology we depend on more sustainable. That is why we consider every phase of the product lifecycle with sustainability top of mind.

“We are now also equipping and encouraging customers to partake in product sustainability efforts with standby power-saving technology and remote management for devices.

Galaxy S23 series also provides four generations of OS upgrades and five years of security updates, so users are protected for longer.


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Stegue drops a new infectious single “Gimme Dat”



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Ghanaian musician Emmanuel Owusu Boadi known in the show bizz space as Stegue drops a new infectious single “Gimme Dat”

This single is said to be his first single of the year “Gimme Dat”.This single is infectious and melodious with a complimentary instruments produced by fayasyd .

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