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Malawian Artist Martin Martse Has Died

The Award winning Malawian Artist Martin Martse  also known as Martin Marste Nkhata alias _Martse_ has been confirmed dead after sustaining third degree burns on his body. According to reports, the accident took place when the house he was sleeping in caught fire. The hip-hop artist Martin ‘Martse’ Nkhata was hospitalised at Mangochi District Hospital, […]

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Chris Kazadi Brutally Murdered in Congo

Chris Kazadi, the founder and CEO of Click Media SA, brother to Joe Kazadi, is confirmed dead after being a victim of a brutal murder in Congo, where he was attending a funeral. The Congolese born celebrity was a model and actor in South Africa who happen to have touched many hearts in his line […]

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People Killed and Abducted in Nigeria’s Train Attack

People got killed and some vanished after a train attack in Nigeria , Abuja-Kaunda. Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, deputy Governor of Kaduna suspect this was the work of Boko Haram Islamist, together with kidnapping gang and assured the nation that rescue is underway. Gen Lucky Irabor, a chief of defence staff in Nigeria reported to the […]

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A Kenyan Doctor Blames Government for Hospital maintanance, Kenyans Quick to Defend Government

    Doctor Rowena Njeri from Kenya added a rather chilling image of how they alter a patient’s bed, with a caption placing the blame on the government. “58 years later and this is how we are propping patients in Nairobi. Elections are coming. Where is your leader? We deserve better healthcare, we can have it.” said […]

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26 People Died After Power Cable Collapse in Congo Market.

Congo power cable collapse at Matadi-Kibala market and kills twenty-six people.Power cable snapped and fell on houses and the market. The lightning strike occurred during a heavy storm on Wednesday morning. The lightning struck a high-tension power cable at the Congolese Capital Kinshasa, snapped and fell into the ditch that was filled with water. Women […]

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Nigeria Destroys Over One Million Doses of Vaccines, Is SA Next?

In a bid to alert the public of safety precautions taken regarding vaccines, Nigeria has destroyed over one million of the AstraZeneca doses of vaccines that have expired. The Health Authorities had made mentions on vaccines donated by rich Western nations had only a week left to be given as Jabs as its shelf life […]

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Drama in Gambia as Barrow wins Presidential Election

Gambia has a new President, Adama Barrow who was declared a winner of the country’s presidential elections against five other opposition candidates. Drama unfolds in Gambia relating to politics, from the three opposition candidates who ran the elections against Barrow, rejecting the end results of the election. Veteran politician Ousainou Darboe, Mama Kandeh and Essa […]

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Nigeria | Student Beaten to Death By Fellow Students

A 12 year old Dowen College boarding school student was beaten to death by fellow students due to his refusal to join cult, he succumbed to the injuries. The 12 year old student identified as Sylvester Omoroni Junior, was attending Dowen College in Lekki, Lagos state, Nigeria. Cultism is identified as a major social problem […]

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King of VhaVenda Peter Toni Ramabulana has lost the battle

The battle between Toni Mphephu and others vs clementine Masindi Mphephu and others, regents who are of rightful heirs to take on the throne, however all seem to have taken a wrong turn for the acting king of Vhavenda, as he has been stripped of all the powers as king. According to the judgment handed […]

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Eswatini shuts schools amid a new wave of protests

“His Majesty’s Government has decided to close schools indefinitely with immediate effect, as the country faces a wave of pro-democracy protests.” Prime Minister Cleopas Dlamini said in a statement. A series of ongoing protests in Eswatini against the monarchy and for democratization began back in June, civil society and opposition groups demonstrated in the largest cities […]

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