A popular sangoma in the Western Cape has made bizarre claims that she can raise late gospel star Sfiso Ncwane from the dead.
The sangoma further went to explain that Sfiso Ncwane was simply hibernating and it is now time to raise the star. She was seen sitting at a tombstone believed to be Sfiso Ncwane’s one. When LiveMonitor tracked down the woman, she said she can truly ‘wake’ Sfiso up. Read more
Johannesburg – Fears of xenophobia have once again hit South Africa amid floating reports claiming incidents of violence.
Unconfirmed reports have begun swirling that Zimbabweans are among the latest victims in a series of hate crimes on foreigners.
Gauteng province has become the first of these areas said to have seen at least 7 Zimbabweans killed according to a rumour circulating on social media on Monday.
ZimEye.com yesterday however found out that the rumour is not linked to any evidence and the following names printed on social networks have neither been proven real. The alleged victims were listed as: John Magodo, Thomas Muganhu, Ku Mazviro, Luis Ponai, Dudzai Mvari, Sesel Vhari and Dembe Lloyd, the latter who was said to have been shot dead while trying to escape. Read more
Police in Zambia have been banned from marrying foreigners, according to a memo by police inspector general Kakoma Kanganja circulating on social media. The memo, dated 11 January, said those who were already married to foreigners should declare this within a week.
It said failure to do so would “attract disciplinary action”. Police spokeswoman Esther Katongo said: “Issues of security are delicate. If not careful, spouses can be spies and can sell the security of the country.” Read more
A personal trainer has launched Britain’s first nude-ercise class where keep fit fanatics work out completely naked.
Former recruitment consultant Helen Smith, 35, led the first circuits-style workout class for ten participants on Saturday evening in Southampton. Read more
More than $11 million is reportedly missing from The Gambia’s treasury after their long-time leader, Yahya Jammeh went on exile. According to Mai Ahmad Fatty who is an adviser to the new President, Adama Barrow, the financial experts are still trying to evaluate the exact loss.
Speaking to reporters, Mr Fatty revealed that The Gambia was in financial crisis as their coffers are almost empty.
“The coffers are virtually empty, It has been confirmed by technicians in the ministry of finance and the Central Bank of the Gambia.” he said.
On Friday, January 20, 2017, Gambia’s ex-president, Yahya Jammeh accepted the December election by announcing that he was finally stepping down for his successor President Adama Barrow after weeks of Political crisis.
After stepping down from power, the former leader was flown into political exile to Equatorial Guinea. He traveled with mediator Alpha Conde, the president of Guinea.
This is unprecedented. Hundreds of thousands of women and men today gathered for a global ‘solidarity’ march in the wake of the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president.
Over 2.2 million people in the US, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Canada, Berlin, Edinburgh, Rome, Prague, Stockholm, Athens, Copenhagen, New Delhi, Brussels, Mexico City, Barcelona, Manila, Toronto, Madrid, Geneva, Cardiff and Sydney and other parts marched globally today in opposition of the 45th President of the USA, a man who didn’t get the mandate of the people of America but was fortunate to get the mandate of the electoral college. See more photos after the cut
The Gambia’s long-term leader Yahya Jammeh says he will step down, after refusing to accept defeat in elections.
In an announcement on state TV, he said it was “not necessary that a single drop of blood be shed”. The statement followed hours of talks between Mr Jammeh and West African mediators. He gave no details of what deal might have been struck.
Mr Jammeh has led the country for 22 years but was defeated in December’s election by Adama Barrow. Mr Barrow has been in neighbouring Senegal for days and was inaugurated as president in the Gambian embassy there on Thursday. Read more