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Ugandan Actress Florence Kasumba Lands Lion King Role, To Star alongside Beyoncé

Ugandan actress Florence Kasumba seems determined to make a name for herself in Hollywood. After her cameo appearance in Marvel’s Captain America-Civil War as Ayo, the body guard of the Black Panther, Kasumba has landed yet another role that could propel her acting career. The sexy Ugandan babe set to

Ghanaian US Based DJ Wyse for Diaspora Reunion in K’la

Ghanaian born US based disk spinner DJ Wyse real name Daniel Opare has been confirmed as the guest performer for the third edition of the annual Diaspora Reunion. The much anticipated events is scheduled for Saturday 6th January 2018 at Jinja Road based Space Lounge and is organized by Boston

Sacked Zimbabwe Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Made Interim President as Military Coup Takes Toll

Emmerson Mnangagwa

Dismissed former Zimbabwean Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has landed at Manyame Airforce Base to take control of the country’s government, a source told African News Agency on Wednesday but this could not be officially confirmed. There are also unconfirmed reports that 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, his wife Grace, and other members of

Kenya’s IEBC CEO Chiloba Takes 3-Week Leave ahead of Polls

Embattled Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chief executive officer, Ezra Chiloba, has now taken a three-week leave ahead of the October 26th repeat poll. Speaking to Reuters, Chiloba did not divulge more details on his decision but defended the poll body saying the election will be conducted as ordered by

Pan African Parliament Resolves To Support Chad

The Fifth Ordinary Session of the Pan African Parliament has closed with the continent’s legislators taking a decision to stand by Chad following the recent decision by US President Donald Trump to bar Chadians from entering the US. “We express our solidarity and unwavering support to the government and people of

Raila Odinga Withdraws from Kenyan Election Re-run

Raila Odinga, Kenya's opposition leader, has withdrawn from a re-run of the presidential election, saying electoral officials have failed to make necessary reforms. Kenya's Supreme Court last month annulled the August presidential poll, won by incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta, due to widespread irregularities in the counting process. Odinga and his National Super

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