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    South Africa: JP And Sue Duminy Expecting Their 2nd Child

    SA cricketer JP Duminy and his wife Sue are expecting their second child together. The couple, who are currently in Dubai, shared the news with fans on Instagram. Sue Duminy had fans celebrating when she shared the first snap of herself in a bikini with a baby bump clearly visible. The lifestyle blogger then shared […]

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    Lizzo Signs With WME

    Hip-hop artist Lizzo has signed with WME for exclusive worldwide representation. The gifted rapper and gospel singer is also a classically trained flutist and outspoken social/political activist at the forefront of body-positive, self care movement and Black Lives Matter. Over the last year, Lizzo’s songs have been featured in four films and numerous commercials. Her […]

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    Thousand Artists To Perform At African Festival

    A thousand artists from over 50 countries will gather in Ivory Coast on Saturday for a week-long festival of African music, theatre, dance, comedy, slam poetry and storytelling. The 10th edition of the biannual Market for African Performing Arts, known by its French initials as MASA, will mark the 25th anniversary of the event. This […]

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    Daniel Kaluuya Got His Oscars Glow Thanks To Fenty Beauty

    Daniel Kaluuya glowed at the 2018 Oscars on Sunday. It might’ve been because the British star was up for his first Academy Award, but it also might’ve had a little something to do with his foundation. Makeup artist and groomer Amber Amos revealed that at the awards show the “Get Out” actor was wearing a […]

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    South Africa Lawyers Plan To Sue Food Company Over Listeria

    Victims of the world’s worst listeriosis outbreak in South Africa will be invited to sue the owner of the factory named as the source, a human rights lawyer said Sunday. Attorney Richard Spoor confirmed that his firm would file a class action suit against Tiger Brands whose facility was last weekend officially revealed to be […]

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    Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza Named ‘Eternal Supreme Guide’

    Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza has been named “Eternal Supreme Guide” by his political party. The move means no one in the governing CNDD-FDD is allowed to disagree with his choices, secretary-general Evariste Ndayishimiye said. “He is our leader. Therefore in our party… no one is comparable to him,” Mr Ndayishimiye said. “He is our parent, […]

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    Uganda: Victor Kamenyo Insists That Fefe Bussi Has AIDS

    A crisp war has softened out in the hip hop society indeed. Rapper Fefe Bussi as of late dropped a melody tittled “who will be who” which disses kindred artistes like Gravity Omutujju,Fik Fameica and Victor Kamenyo. Borrowing Dr Drey’s “Still” sound track,Fefe Bussi says Victor Kamenyo is a dreamer and Gravity’s career hit a […]

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    Miss South Africa, Adè van Heerden Involved In Car Accident

    Miss South Africa Adè van Heerden sustained minor injuries following a car accident in Randpark Ridge in Johannesburg. The Miss South Africa organisation confirmed the incident which took place on Sunday on Twitter. According to the tweet Adè sustained “minor bumps and bruises” but is doing “well.” The Daily Sun reported that at the time […]

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    ‘Black Panther’ Crosses $1 Billion at Global Box Office

    After only a few weeks, Black Panther has reached a major milestone at the worldwide box office – it has crossed the $1 billion mark. The movie is now the 33rd film to ever cross the billion dollar mark and it’s the 16th Disney film to reach the milestone. Only four other Marvel movies have […]

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    My Album is Finally Ready – Nigerian Singer Davido


    Following a successful outing in 2017 as well as an amazing start to 2018, Nigerian superstar Davido is set to release his much anticipated second studio album. His first album, OBO was released in 2012 and it has been a been a long wait for an album from the DMW head honcho since then. Few […]

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    Nigeria: Bolanle Austen-Peters Covers Guardian Life Magazine

    Bolanle Austen-Peters is on the cover this week’s Guardian Life Magazine. After a successful law career, Austen-Peters started Terra Kulture, a Nigerian-based art, educational and cultural organization. She is also behind the production of the internationally acclaimed musicals SARO and WAKAA, among others. Watch the making of the cover blow: Bolanle Austen-Peters (@bolabap) has come […]

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    Rihanna Becomes First Female Artist To Cross 2 Billion Streams On Apple Music

    Rihanna Enjoys Romantic Dinner With Her Billionaire Boyfriend Hassan Jameel In London

    Rihanna is celebrating another milestone in her career, having crossed the 2 billion streams mark on Apple Music, the very first female artist to achieve the feat. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Apple Music also released the top 20 most streamed women on their platform with Rihanna coming in first position. Taylor Swift comes […]

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    Our #MeToo Movement Must Start At Home – Beninese Singer Angelique Kidjo

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    On International Women’s Day, Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo spoke to the BBC about how to make the #MeToo movement work across the vast African continent. The movement, which used social media to shine a spotlight on sexual harassment and abuse, has already been hugely successful in the US and Europe. “Who raises boys – us […]

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    Kenya: Rex Tillerson Calls Kenyatta-Odinga Talks ‘Positive Step’

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has praised the “positive step” taken by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his opposition rival Raila Odinga who have promised to begin a process of reconciliation following last year’s bitterly contested election. Speaking at press conference in the capital Narobi, Mr Tillerson also stressed on the US and Kenya’s […]