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    Why I Will Never Support Raila Or Uhuru

    The first time I attended a political rally was during the July 7, 1998 Saba Saba Day celebrations at Kamukunji Grounds in Nairobi. As I listened to the speeches, I was shocked at how a young student leader, going by the name of Hassan Omar Hassan, had the audacity to abuse then President, a most […]

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    Former Malagasy President Albert Zafy Dies Aged 90  

    Madagascar’s former President Albert Zafy has died at the age of 90. Prof Zafy passed away Friday at the St Pierre hospital in Reunion Island, a region of France east of Madagascar, where he was receiving treatment. His ally and former Environment and Forestry minister Joseph Randriamiarisoa said Prof Zafy’s body will arrive at the […]

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    Google ‘Lifts Restrictions On Swaziland’s Reed Dance’

    Tech giant Google has lifted restrictions on YouTube from showing Swaziland’s famous reed dance which features bare-breasted women, South Africa’s Mail and Guardian reports. The Mail and Guardian quotes a representative from Google as saying that they decided to remove the restriction on the videos because “it was not its policy to restrict nudity in […]

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    Zimbabwe: Oppah Renews Grace Mugabe Fight

    After recent revelations by Chris Mutsvangwa that Oppah Muchinguri made First Lady Grace Mugabe cry during a Politburo meeting, the two women have been on each others throats again. CONTINUE READING BELOW MUTSVANGWA’S PREVIOUS COMMENT ………………………………….. “Let me tell you something that I heard and I was in the politburo, and today I am a […]

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    Kenya Boarding School Attack Leaves Six Dead

    At least five students and a security guard have been shot and killed in a dawn attack at a secondary school in northern Kenya. The attack was allegedly led by a former student who had been suspended, the school’s head teacher said. He is accused of returning to dormitories at the school in Lokichogio on […]

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    606 African Migrants Rescued By Italian Ships

    A rescue ship docked in Sicily with 606 migrants picked up in less than two days off the Libyan coast.   According to Aid group SOS Méditerranée, the migrants are from over 20 different countries in Africa and the Middle East. They include 241 children and 11 pregnant women.   Many of the women from sub-Saharan […]

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    Rwandan President Paul Kagame Jails Mother, Daughters Over Plan To Run For Presidency (Photos)

    Rwanda’s president, the all-powerful Paul Kagama has reportedly arrested a mother and her two daughters because one of the daughters dared to challenge him by attempting to run against him in the presidential election. Vinny Radak took to Twitter to share the news, writing: “Paul Kagame jails Mother and her daughters because the daughter wanted to run […]

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    Watch Former Nigerian President Obasanjo In His First Acting Role In Dele Issues (video)

    Ex-Nigerian President Obasanjo Lands First Nollywood Movie Role [Photos]

    After several days of teasing fans with behind-the-scenes photos and trailer, popular Nollywood actor Samuel Ajibola has released the highly anticipated episode of his web series ‘Dele Issues’ (Daily Issues) starring Nigeria’s former president Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. The episode titled ‘Dele For President’ which made its debut earlier today, Saturday, 14thOctober, 2017, shows Dele having […]

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    Zimbabwe Officials And Zodwa Wabantu At Loggerheads Over Raunchy Sketch

    Zimbabwean president and first lady are presently at odds with Zodwa Wabantu who refused to take down a controversial sketch she made of all three of them from her social media account. The sketch shows Zodwa lifting her leg and supposedly showing her lack of undies to Mugabe which leaves his tongue hanging out. Grace […]

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    Bruno Mars Dominates 2017 American Music Award Nominations

    Bruno Mars, Drake and Ed Sheeran led nominations on Thursday for the American Music Awards, where for the first time no women were vying for the top prize. In the televised gala, set for 19 November in Los Angeles, winners are determined by fan voting, unlike the more prestigious Grammy Awards, which is based on polling […]

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    Film Is A Medium Where We Can Connect, Says South African Actress Pearl Thusi

    The former Quantico actress was announced as the face of the 10th annual CTIFMF in August. Following the major announcement Pearl said that she was “proud and excited to be part of such an incredible festival that celebrates African stories and arts.” Speaking about what the CTIFMF festival means for the South African film industry, Pearl says: “I think […]

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    Uganda Honours Eddy Kenzo For His Impact In The Music Industry

    Airtel Uganda recognized citizens who have made a difference in the society at a breakfast organised at their offices to celebrate Uganda’s 55th Independence Day. During the breakfast, Airtel Uganda Board Chairman, Mr. Hannington Karuhanga congratulated the staff and management upon all the successes that the telco has achieved over the last months. “As a […]

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    3 Men Suspected Of Cannibalism In South Africa Regain Freedom

    Three men accused of cannibalism in South Africa have been released from police custody after charges against them were provisionally withdrawn.   They had been charged with murder and conspiracy to murder, as South Africa does not have a specific charge of cannibalism. Prosecutors told a court in the town of Estcourt that the charges […]