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#Kenya Gay Gospel Singer goes bare

Joji Baro is once again making a statement! A few weeks ago, George Barasa best known as Joji Baro, was all over the news after he/she threatened to end his life. Joji is on it again, this time round it’s not suicide that is making the gospel musician attract media …

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Lady Gaga’s drunk toilet drama

Lady Gaga peed in a bin after getting drunk on ‘Alan Carr’s ‘Chatty Man’ TV show. The ‘Poker Face’ hitmaker delighted TV host Alan Carr when she got ”quite p***ed” while appearing on his chat show, but Gaga ended up relieving herself in a bin as she couldn’t get her …

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Mary J. Blige coming to South Africa

“Queen of Ghetto Love” Mary J Blige is the latest big name to join the already impressive BET Experience Africa lineup. The Grammy-award winning superstar will perform in Johannesburg on 12 December, headlining the inaugural BET Experience Africa festival alongside previously announced international acts Maxwell, Raphael Saadiq, Tamar Braxton and …

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Flabba trial set for more revelations

The trial of Sindisiwe Manqele, the alleged killer of South African rap star Nkululeko ‘Flabba’ Habedi, is set to continue at the High Court in Randburg on Monday. Manqele has claimed that she acted in self-defence after Habedi allegedly pinned her on his bed, grabbed her hands and poked and …

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Nigerian superstar robbed of R791,000 in Sandton

Nigerian superstar was robbed of a large amount of cash and two rolex watches while walking through Sandton on Friday. Davido, who has received global acclaim for his funky brand of Nigerian music infused with pop and afro soul influences – encountered crime first hand in Johannesburg. Davido was passing …

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Cynthia Mare goes a step higher

In a milestone achievement for the music sector, talented Afro-fusion diva Cynthia Mare, will have her album launch beamed live on ZTV as well as on ZBC radio stations as a way of keeping her nationwide fans updated on the proceedings at the event. The “Zuva Rimwe” hit-maker will be …

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Many Forced into Sex Work as Hunger Bites

An increase in the cost of living, exacerbated by a gloomy 2015/16 farming season has forced desperate women and young girls to sell sex at local business centres in order to survive. A recent visit by NewZimbabwe.com to Birchenough Bridge, Checheche and Dzonzai business centres established that women and young …

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