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    Khama Billiat struggles to return to league-leading form

    Khama Billiat said in a recent interview that he’s spent much of this season “searching for himself” in an attempt to explain his off-peak performance so far in South Africa’s Premier Soccer League. He is still the leading scorer for Mamelodi Sundowns this year, tied with teammate Percy Tau with nine goals so far. Billiat […]

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    South African artist produces sacrilegious artwork

    Local Cape Town artist Ayanda Mabulu made headlines today when he released a painting of South African President Jacob Zuma raping former President and international civil rights icon Nelson Mandela. In the painting, we see a nude Zuma and Mandela having intercourse on a gold and red chair with the African National Congress’ logo as […]

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    Gor Mahia’s Ze Maria wins Coach of the Month

    Gor Mahia manager Jose “Ze Maria” Marcelo Ferreira was awarded the first Fidelity Insurance Coach of the Month award of the season on Wednesday. The Sports Journalists Association of Kenya Football Commission awarded Ze Maria the honor unanimously following a perfect March record, which consisted of a 3-1 victory over the Kariobangi Sharks and a […]

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    Chameleone gets hit with divorce papers after accused of beating

    Ugandan Afrobeat star Jose Chameleone took a huge hit to his popularity as it was announced that his wife Daniella Atim has filed for divorce. In the filing, Atim alleges that Chameleone beat her and their four children repeatedly, and verbally threatened her life at times. The filing says that the mistreatment began around 2013, […]

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    Kenya’s Jubilee Party tightens up for upcoming primaries

    The political party of current Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is making eligibility requirements much stricter in preparation for its upcoming first round of primaries. According to Jubilee Party Secretary General, Raphael Tuju, any candidates found to have questionable academic credentials will be rejected. “If we find out that the university certificate was forged even after […]

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    Harambee Stars and Malawi Flames battle to draw

    The Harambee Stars of Kenya and the Flames of Malawi fought to a draw in a key international friendly played on Tuesday. The home crowd at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos, Kenya was sizable and included the president of the Confederation of African Football, Mr. Ahmad Ahmad. His appearance in Kenya sparked discussion over whether the […]

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    Sarah Ikumu impresses UK on Britain’s Got Talent

    Britain’s Got Talent ended with a shocker on Saturday night’s episode, as Sarah Ikumu was awarded the Golden Buzzer by notoriously tough judge Simon Cowell. Ikumu, only 15 years old, impressed the judges and the show’s audience with an amazing performance of “And I Am Telling You”, originally from the film Dreamgirls. She sported a […]

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    Nigeria positive improvement in development according to UN

    Nigeria is now 152nd in the world in the United Nations’ Human Development Index, according to a report presented by Edward Kallon of the United Nations Development Programme in Abuja, Nigeria on Tuesday. According to Kallon’s report, Nigeria’s Human Development Index has increased by 13.1 percent over the last ten years. According to the United […]

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    WizKid’s “Come Closer” gets 1M+ YouTube views in 24 hours

    WizKid’s latest release was a huge hit internationally, as his newest music video “Come Closer” accumulated over a million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours. This may be partly attributed to the feature of Canadian rapper/superstar Drake, who contributes his voice to the single. While Drake does not actually appear in the video, […]