The drama between Mary J. Blige and her estranged husband, Kendu Isaacs, has been out in the open for all to read, and last night, Mary left all her feelings on the floor during a jaw-dropping performance at the BET Awards. From infidelity to spousal support, the divorce has been messy to say the least.
While the two seem to have moved on, Isaacs slipped back in his feelings watching Mary on stage and took to Instagram to get a few things off of his chest. Read more
Former Warriors midfielder Edzai Kasinauyo, who passed away in South Africa over a week ago, was laid to rest at Glen Forest Cemetery in Harare yesterday. The ex-Black Rhinos, CAPS United and Moroka Swallows player succumbed to heart failure in Johannesburg. He was 42.
A sombre atmosphere engulfed the gravesite as Noel Zembe’s song Rangariro was played as the coffin bearing Kasinauyo’s body was offloaded from the hearse.
Former players led by Peter Ndlovu, Ederbelt Dinha, Benjani Mwaruwari, Francis Chandida, Desmond Maringwa, Harlington Shereni, Tinashe Nengomasha and current players Khama Billiat, Ronald Chitiyo, Willard Katsande, Tafadzwa and Evans Rusike, Edward Sadomba, Ronald Pfumbidzai attended the burial. Read more
Former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr Gideon Gono has been appointed board chairperson for the newly established Special Economic Zones Authority Board announced today.
The much awaited operationalisation of Special Economic Zones (SEZ) is now ready to take off following the appointment of a board that will oversee the operations of the initiative.
Mooted in 2016, Special Economic Zones are targeted to improve investor appetite into the country as it provides favourable and special incentives towards their investment providing the perfect conduit and reason for them to set up shop in the country. Read more
The carnage on Zimbabwe’s roads is now a major cause for concern.
Nine people died when a Harare-bound commuter omnibus hit a stationery haulage truck at the 41km peg along the Harare-Wedza road near Dema Police Station this morning.
Six people died on the spot while three died at Chitungwiza Central Hospital where they had been admitted.
Two passengers are reportedly in a critical condition at the hospital. Read more
If you are looking for the ‘most fruitful’ man in Africa, you would have to travel all the way down to Uganda to meet 65-year- old Mustafa Magambo Mutone. He’s a proud father of 176 children, 90 grandchildren and has 13 wives and 10 girlfriends.
According to Mustafa, he’s having financial challenges to train all of them and wants the Government to support some of his 176 children.
“I have tried to feed my 13 wives and over 170 children and it is not easy. I request the Government to at least sponsor 30 of my children in secondary schools and tertiary institutions,” Mutone, a businessman and a resident of Kyaterekera trading centre in Kagadi district, said. Read more
Facebook user, Uzochukwu Onuabuchi, who shared the story online wrote:
“Wonders shall never end, this is pastor Osinachi Christopher from Isuochi Abia state. He was caught this evening with a pot of charm, he wanted to bury at someone’s compound.
which they will later bring out in the name of liberating the family. He even confess that he was working with one Pastor miracle ihuoma.
He even confessed that this fake Pastor miracle buried a pot of charm, in front of one shop that belongs to one woman that happens to be a wife to one makosa.
The fake Pastor miracle later told the woman, that it was the former Pastor ebubedike that buried the charm. Read more
French investigators have charged the daughter and son-in-law of Congo’s President Denis Sassou Nguesso with corruption, judicial sources said on Sunday.
Julienne Sassou Nguesso, 50, and her 53-year-old husband Guy Johnson were placed under investigation this week for “money laundering and misuse of public funds”, the sources said.
In March, the nephew of the Congo-Brazzaville president, Wilfrid Nguesso, was placed under investigation on the same counts. Read more
Australian ex-model Turia Pitt suffered burns to 65% of her body, lost her fingers and thumb on her right hand and spent five months in hospital after she was trapped by a grassfire in a 100 kilometre ultra-marathon in the remote area of Kimberley, Australia.
Her then boyfriend decided to quit his job to care for her recovery. The couple are now engaged and announced two weeks ago that they are expecting their first child!
Recently, in an interview for CNN they asked him:
“Did you at any moment think about leaving her and hiring someone to take care of her and moving on with your life?”
His reply touched the world:
“I married her soul, her character, and she’s the only woman that will continue to fulfill my dreams.”
El Hadji Diouf is a hero in Senegal. Everywhere he goes, he is mobbed by fans both young and old. His countrymen are still grateful for the stellar role he played during the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea.
But in England, he is remembered more for his controversial antics than for his football talent.
It is a trait that followed him in the English league clubs he played for – from Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers to Bolton Wanderers, with a spell for Rangers in Scotland as well.
Diouf was aggressive, spat at opponents and confronted match officials as well as opponents. Read more
Photos of female strippers entertaining inmates at Johannesburg Medium B Prison, also known as Sun City, surfaced on social media over the weekend.
In the images, the prisoners can be seen being entertained by the half-clad ladies. The Department of Correctional Services has confirmed the authenticity of explicit images. Read more