Caveman watches, a wholly owned Ghanaian watch manufacturing company launches on 12/12/18. Speaking with the CEO of Caveman and TimepieceGh, Mr Anthony Dzamefe, the recently awarded Emerging Youth Innovator at Ghana Youth Event Awards 2018, he said he chose to launch CAVEMAN on 12/12/18 because not only is it his birthday but also because the journey to get here have been filled with adversity. He therefore considers the launch as a gift to himself and to all Ghanaians and also as a reminder and assurance that if you want to, you can.
Before Caveman, there was TimepieceGh, which Mr Dzamefe started in 2015, with just GHC50. He started this company because he wanted to buy a watch and it was so expensive, but rather than just complain about how much the watch cost, it birthed a curiosity in him to delve deeper into what made quality watches so special and expensive, this led to an idea at the back of his mind that one day he will love to make watches of his own. He realized that he needed to start from somewhere though, so he begun by doing the unglamorous things, like hawking watches at car parks and the mall and in front of offices etc.
One major thing Mr Dzamefe noticed during this time was the fact that all the watches he was selling, none was manufactured in Africa nor owned by Africans, so after settling in a shop in 2017/2018, he took the next step and enrolled in an online Swiss watch making course. This led to him making handmade leather straps and also the repairing of broken-down watches from there he started making wall clocks from discarded wood. He affectionately named the clocks WOODPERKER, which has all led to 12/12/18, the unveiling of CAVEMAN.
Why CAVEMAN though? Why not something more sophisticated like all other watches? According to Mr Anthony he drew and still draws a lot of inspiration from sophisticated originality, durability, and natures presence in the works of the prehistoric caveman, and therefore decided to build a brand that will have these values and be a constant reminder for us to be limitless and achievers’ whiles keeping in touch with our origins. In short, a brand that will be known for its hand made durability and will deliver everything it promises.
CAVEMAN watches will start selling on 12/12/18, you can visit their website www.cavemanwatches.com or their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram: cavemanwatches to place your orders. The amazing part is you only make payment on delivery after carefully inspecting the product to ensure its what you ordered for.
If you want to be remembered, then your wrist need a CAVEMAN watch, CAVEMAN, BE REMEMBERED.
Tonyx Hotel Suites And Spa To Launch In Koforidua [SEE DETAILS]
Tonyx Hotel Suites and Spa on Saturday 5TH and Sunday 6TH September 2020 will launch the opening of the hotel in Koforidua Effijase. The two days event will have attendees entertained from live performances from some big names in the Ghanaian music scenes and appearances of some industry people to grace the event.
The hotel is strategically located in the Eastern Region of Ghana’s capital, Koforidua, the hotel will be managed by the qualified and experienced management team who will provide the best services to clients.
The ultra-modern hotel and Spa projected to open from September 5, 2020 consist of spacious suites, fully-functional kitchens, with leisure facilities such as a spa, pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, The Tonyx Hotel, and Spa will also have distinctive culinary experiences, restaurants, and a Bar.
According to the management, they are inviting the public to come and be part of their history as well as having the best experiences with their services.
I Believe COVID-19 Cure Is Coming From Africa – Stella Damasus
LAGOS STATE – Wednesday, May 27, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – In commemoration of Africa Day, Nollywood screen goddess, Stella Damasus, says she believes that coronavirus cure will come from the continent.
Damasus posted on her social media pages urging Africans to embrace one another, adding that they are stronger together.
“Happy Africa Day to all my African brothers and sisters all over the world. We stronger together. The virus has taken so many but together, we shall fight and overcome. We must all take care of one another regardless of religious, political or language differences. I believe that the cure is coming from Africa. Celebrate today and remember why. One love”, she wrote.
31 Patients Of Corona Virus Get Discharged
GREATER ACCRA, GHANA, Tuesday, March 31, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Finally some good news in Ghana. According to Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyeman Manu, 31 patients who were confirmed positive of the Corona Virus have now tested negative after treatments and have been discharged.
Thirty-one out of the 152 persons who were receiving treatment after contracting COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus have recovered, the Health Minister, Kweku Agyeman-Manu has disclosed. He added that they will still be isolated and monitored for some weeks.
This brings the total number of people who have recovered from the disease in Ghana to 33. Five persons have, however, died after contracting the COVID-19.
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ghana stands at 152 with five deaths as of March 30, 2020. We hope and pray for more positive news.
Obour Requests Autopsy Report On The Death Of His Father
GREATER ACCRA, GHANA, Tuesday, March 31, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Former Musician’s Union of Ghana President, Bice Osei Kuffour, known popularly by the name Obour has been in the news since late last week, after he lost his dad allegedly to the deadly pandemic Coronavirus.
His Dad died at the Ridge Hospital on Friday, March 27, 2020, and rumours broke the internet of him dying due to the deadly coronavirus, after which Obour has been bashed since.
Social media users are very disturbed and angry as to why he didn’t report to the hospital personals that his dad might be suffering from the virus, so they could protect themselves.
The musician now turned politician wasn’t amused about the backlash and has asked the Ridge Hospital to present Autopsy on what caused the death of his dad.
The family of Obour through his lawyers, has written to the hospital expressing their concerns that the hospital has not communicated to them what to do to plan for the aftermath of the death of their beloved and that they request an autopsy report or else they will contract an independent medical officer to conduct it.
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