African Continent pays tribute to Winnie

JOHANNESBURG – News of struggle veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s death is reverberating across the African continent. The African Union (AU) describes the icon as a fearless freedom fighter, who will be remembered for her immense sacrifices. The chairperson of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, said in a statement Madikizela-Mandela “never relented in her struggle or wavered in her commitment, despite imprisonment, banishment, and decades-long separation from her then husband, Nelson Mandela, during his imprisonment. “Winnie Madikizela-Mandela paved the way for women in the struggle to end apartheid and fought relentlessly…

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Ugandans Hire a White Man to Play the Role of Jesus at Palm Sunday Service

Munyonyo Martyrs Shrine on Sunday chose a Poland national and parish priest of Munyonyo to depict Jesus and ride on a donkey as Christian faithful in the area marched to mark Palm Sunday. When the Church and Media uploaded images of the proceedings, many commented with outrage saying: “Couldn’t they find a black Jesus.” Others said the event was symbolic of idol worship. The race has been a topic of discussion since the days of early Christianity. Racial Bible scholars insist the New Testament includes no descriptions of Jesus’ appearance before his death and that the Gospel narratives are generally…

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The world’s richest person ”Jeff Bezos”.

Who is the world’s richest person on earth? The person is a man called Jeff Bezos is the richest man on the planet and the first centi-billionaire atop the 2018 Forbes List. Jeff Bezos was born on 12 January 1960. He graduated from Princeton University in 1986 with degrees in electrical engineering and computer science.He went on to work on Wall Street in a variety of related fields from 1986 to early 1994.He founded Amazon in late 1994 on a cross-country road trip from New York City to Seattle.The value…

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Robert Mugabe sent shockwaves to Zanu PF

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Johannesburg – Zimbabwe’s ex-leader Robert Mugabe sent shockwaves through the party he dominated for decades when he posed with the retired general who will take on the ruling Zanu-PF in this year’s election. Mugabe grinned broadly in the posed photo, standing beside brigadier general Ambrose Mutinhiri, the leader of opposition party the National Patriotic Front (NPF), which hopes to unseat the government in polls expected by August. See the photo below Mutinhiri’s abrupt resignation from Zanu-PF last week followed by his surprise announcement that he would be the presidential candidate…

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Prince Harry fiance baptised in private ceremony

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Prince Harry fiance, Meghan Markle is one step closer to becoming a royal. According to reports, Meghan was officially baptised into the Church of England. The Daily Mail reports that the former Suits star was baptised in an intimate 45-minute ceremony on Tuesday evening. Her baptism was followed by her confirmation, which means Meghan will now be able to join 33-year-old Prince Harry at Holy Communion. The private service was presided over by Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, at the Chapel Royal on the Kensington Palace grounds. Naturally, soon-to-be husband…

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Lady Gaga’s gorgeous bodyguard: Pics

Lady Gaga's gorgeous bodyguard

  The Million Reasons hitmaker was photographed out in Milan wearing a gorgeous red gown. Literally, she looked amazing! Yes, it’s her bodyguard and hot damn he is a beautiful man! His name is Peter and this isn’t the first time people have spotted him. Lady Gaga is also not the only famous beauty he has protected, according to Buzzfeed he’s worked for Adele, too. Source: Channel24

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BMW recalls 12,000 diesel cars over emissions

GERMAN high-end carmaker BMW on Friday recalled thousands of diesel cars for a software update, after reports it had admitted to authorities they released more harmful emissions on the road than in the lab. BMW “noticed during internal testing that correctly programmed software was wrongly used in a few models that were not compatible,” the group said in a statement. The Munich-based company “immediately informed the relevant authorities… (and) therefore plans to recall 11,700 vehicles worldwide,” it added. “Niche motor variants of an already discontinued generation of the 5-series and…

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Uebert Angel rescues Zambia from cholera

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The Uebert Angel Foundation has responded to the cholera outbreak in Zambia by quickly dispatching a team to help action strategised and efficient plans of aid. In a time where the world views the cholera outbreak as an uncontrollable wheel the Uebert Angel Foundation became a some-what pivot as the team arose bright and early equipped with cleaning equipment and apparel to help with the co-ordinated clean-up to mitigate and try to control and contain the cholera epidemic. The UK based multi-millionaire prophet Uebert Angel, a business mogul to reckon…

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Brazil drug lord accused of deadly jail riot seized

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Police in Brazil have arrested a drug lord Stephan de Souza Vieira accused of ordering a deadly prison riot on New Year’s Day. Nine inmates were killed and 14 injured during the unrest at a prison in the central state of Goias. Vieira is believed to be the Red Command leader in the state of Goias Stephan de Souza Vieira , 34, was seized a luxury flat in the state of Rio de Janeiro. He had been on the run from the jail since November. He is a leader of…

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Syria war: Explosion reportedly kills at least 23 in rebel-held Idlib

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At least 23 people are reportedly dead and many more injured after a large explosion in the rebel-held city of Idlib, in northwestern Syria. Syrian emergency workers at the site of the explosion in rebel-held Idlib The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the blast struck the headquarters of a minor rebel faction. Seven of the dead are believed to be civilians. It is unclear what caused the blast in the city’s Thalatheen district. Some reports suggest it was a car bomb, while others say it was a drone…

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