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    Danielle Herrington Covers Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

    Danielle Herrington is the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model for 2018. The magazine revealed its swimsuit edition cover on Tuesday. Herrington is the third black woman to appear on the cover of the annual issue that launched in 1964. Click here to view Beyoncé appeared on the cover in 2007. Tyra Banks was the cover model in […]

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    Who Are The Guptas?

    The embattled Gupta family own a range of business interests in South Africa, including computing, mining, air travel, energy, technology and media. The three brothers, Atul, Rajesh and Ajay, moved to the country in 1993 from India, just as white-minority rule was ending. They are known friends of President Zuma – and his son, daughter […]

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    400 Libyan Special Force Members Graduate

    A graduation ceremony was held on Tuesday for 400 new Libyan special force members who will be deployed to guard important figures and institutions throughout the country. Spokesman of the special force Captain Hatem Al-Gamati, said 900 civilians involved in security service have been trained, adding that, 400 members of special operation missions have thus […]

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    South African Police Leave Gupta House

    South Africa’s anti-corruption unit, the Hawks, have ended their raid on the home of the wealthy Gupta family in Johannesburg’ s upmarket Saxonwold suburb, AFP news agency reports. “We have now left the compound. It is an operation that is ongoing related to issues of ‘state capture’,” police spokesman Hangwani Mulaudzi told AFP, referring to […]

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    Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo Eulogizes Late Actor Super OD

    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has paid a glowing tribute to the late veteran Ghanaian actor Super OD, real name Asonaba Kwaku Darko. The actor began his career in the 1970s and gained nationwide fame two decades later for his role in the popular Akan Drama television series, Osofo Dadzie. Super OD who passed away […]

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    Ghanaian Pastor Adam Dares Shatta Wale To Burn Down Churches

    Head Pastor of Paradise Way Chapel International, Reverend Sunshine Adam has dared dancehall artiste, Shatta Wala born Charles Nii Armah Mensah to burn down any church as he is reported to have said. The pastor promised he will show Shatta Wale the power of worshiping a true God if he dares go-ahead to engage in […]

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    Ekow Mensah shares 20 Lessons from the Life and legacy of Late Ebony Reigns

    Over the weekend, Ghanaian music industry received the tragic bews of the demise of dancehall artist Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony Reigns who passed after an auto crash. Ekow Mensah, CEO of The African Network of Entrepreneurs has now penned 20 lessons he learnt from the life & legacy of Ebony Reigns. He wrote: Ebony died at 20 years old, pursued her music career […]

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    “My Life Is In Danger” – Shatta Wale to Ghanaian President

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    Popular Ghanaian dance-hall artiste, Shatta Wale made a call to the Ghanaian president to save him in what he called a threat to his life by pastors in the country. He believes his life is now in danger after a prophecy about his death was revealed some days back by a pastor. According to him, he is […]

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    Wemi Jones Covers The Entrepreneur Africa February 2018 Edition

    Africa’s leading business/entrepreneurship magazine, The Entrepreneur Africa, has unveiled its February 2018 edition, with focus on events/tourism business, investments and business growth guides. The new edition which was released at a press conference in Lagos yesterday, was covered by the events/tourism business maestro, Mr Wemi Jones (MD/CEO, Dates and Events Ltd). Titled, Investor’s Guide Edition, […]

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    South African President, Zuma Agrees To Resign In 3-6 Months

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    South African President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday agreed in principle to resign within a time frame of three to six months, said ANC secretary general. ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said this when briefing the media in Johannesburg about ANC’s NEC (National Executive Committee) meeting last night. He said the NEC resolved to recall Zuma and […]

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    South Africa Declares State Of Natural Disaster

    The South African authorities declared Tuesday a natural disaster throughout the country because of the historical drought that has been hitting the Cape Town area for months, threatened by a disruption of its drinking water supply. This decision, published in the official gazette, was taken after “a reassessment of the extent and severity of the […]

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    Nigeria Jails First Chibok Girls Abductor

    A Nigerian court has jailed a Boko Haram militant involved in the 2014 kidnapping of the Chibok girls. Haruna Yahaya, 35, is the first member of the group to be sentenced for playing a part in the mass abduction. The former trader, who confessed to his role in taking the 276 schoolgirls, argued he was […]

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    Kenya’s Attorney General, Prof. Githu Muigai, Resigns

    Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta has confirmed the resignation of the country’s attorney general Githu Muigai who has been serving in that capacity since August 2011. Muigai served in the Mwai Kibai led government and was retained by the Jubilee government when it came into office in 2013. His name was however missing from the list […]

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    3D remake of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti sparks “Whitewashing” Backlash

    A 3D remake of Queen Nefertiti who ruled Egypt some 3000 years ago has brought about a race row, with people saying she should be darker. Scientists from the University of Bristol had worked from Nefertiti’s mummy, using 3D imaging  to bring her to life, Fox News reports. Paleoartist Elisabeth Daynès, who also worked on King Tutankhamun – who is said to be Nefertiti’s son […]

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    32.4% of Black Women In South Africa Unemployed

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    The official statistics service for the South African government has released the country’s latest unemployment figures. Statistics South Africa tweeted that black women suffer from the highest unemployment rate, with 32.4% unemployed in the final quarter of 2017. White people had the lowest unemployment rate with 5.1% for men and 8.8% for women in the […]

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    DR Congo’s Peace Festival Draws The Crowds

    Now in its fifth year, the Amani festival in the eastern town of Goma promotes peace and culture in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Great Lakes region. Belgian-Congolese singer Témé Tan, who was among the performers at the event over weekend, described the festival to French broadcaster RFI as a Congolese-style Woodstock.

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    US Diplomat Endorses Egypt’s Military Operation In Sinai

    United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has endorsed Egypt’s operation against terrorism in the Sinai region. On Friday, the army and naval forces began a military operation named “Full-Scale Operation in Sinai 2018” against terrorists affiliated to the Islamic State (IS) in Sinai, and according to army statements, at least 28 militants have so […]

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    Funding al-Shabaab: How Aid Money Ends Up In Terror Group’s Hands

    The murderous al Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab is making millions of dollars each year by exploiting foreign aid money sent to Somalia by the very western nations who are trying to eliminate the terror group. A CNN investigation has revealed how money given directly by the United Nations to people displaced by conflict and famine is […]