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Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi wins 2019 Miss Universe crown

Glamour … Miss Mexico Sofia Aragon, Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi and Miss Puerto Rico Madison Anderson hold hands on stage during the 2019 Miss Universe pageant at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia ATLANTA, United States – Miss South Africa was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday in Atlanta after a lavish ceremony filled with glitter and heartfelt speeches… Read More
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2 killed in London stabbings; police fatally shoot suspect

LONDON (AP) — A man wearing a fake explosive vest stabbed several people Friday in London, killing two in what police are treating as a terrorist attack before being tackled by members of the public and then fatally shot by officers on London Bridge, officials said. Metropolitan Police Chief Cressida Dick said two stabbing victims had died and three injured… Read More
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Namibia opposition accuses Muchinguri of aiding vote manipulation

WINDHOEK, Namibia – Namibia’s opposition parties are crying foul after incumbent president Hage Geingob was re-elected for a second term with a reduced majority on Saturday. Geingob’s rivals are claiming vote manipulation and accused the SADC observer mission headed by Zimbabwe’s defence minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri of being unfit for the task. Mike Kavekotora, the leader of the Rally for Democracy… Read More
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Actress Gabrielle Union fired from America’s Got Talent

Actress Gabrielle Union fired from America’s Got Talent for being too black and criticizing show’s culture. Gabrielle Union, 47, has husband Dwyane Wade, 37, swiftly came to her defence on social media. The former NBA star showed support for his wife on social media after it was announced that she wouldn’t be returning to America’s Got Talent. According to several… Read More
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UN expert: Zimbabwe hunger ‘shocking’ for country not at war

‘I urgently call on government, all political parties and international community to put an end to this spiraling crisis’ HARARE — Zimbabwe is on the brink of man-made starvation and the number of people needing help is “shocking” for a country not in conflict, a United Nations special expert on the right to food said Thursday. Hilal Elver said she… Read More
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Zimbabwe signs 2,000MW solar power deal with UAE

Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed a 2 000 megawatts solar power deal, which will go a long way in solving Zimbabwe’s power deficit once implemented in 18 months. The first phase is production of 1 000MW, roughly the same size as Kariba South Power Station’s output, when operating at full throttle. This was said by President… Read More
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EU confronts Mnangagwa over rights abuses

THE European Union (EU) has raised issue with Zimbabwean authorities over their tough handling of human rights in the country in the wake of fierce crackdown on opposition supporters by State police. This was inadvertently revealed Tuesday by Information Minister Monica Mutsvwangwa during a post-cabinet media briefing at the Munhumutapa government offices in Harare. According to the Minister, EU representatives… Read More
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IMF wants South Africa to create investment friendly environment

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) wants government to create an environment that is conducive for investment and implement much-needed structural reforms to boost the ailing economy, National Treasury said on Monday following a visit by the lender. The IMF visited South Africa from 6 – 21 November to discuss economic and financial developments as part of its bi-annual surveillance function. “The… Read More
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‘Indian food is terrible’ tweet sparks hot debate about racism

A tweet from a US academic calling Indian food “terrible” has sparked a hot debate about cultural intolerance and racism in international cuisine. “Indian food is terrible and we pretend it isn’t,” said international affairs professor Tom Nichols. Critics called his comment a tasteless generalisation. The remark led to a wider discussion of the immigrant experience and how many in… Read More
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Tyler Perry helps stranded couple with huge medical bill

Tyler Perry has agreed to pay the R206 469 medical bill and travel costs of a couple stranded in Mexico. The 50-year-old star stepped in after reading about the plight of Stephen Johnson, who fell ill with pancreatitis and diabetes while onboard a Carnival Dream cruise ship with fiancee Tori Austin. The holidaymaker was urged to seek treatment and spent three… Read More
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