Sunday, September 15, 2019

See Female Banker Sacked For Sleeping With 200 Male Job Seekers, Clients

A Zambian female banker has been suspended for allegedly sleeping with over 200 men while promising them jobs, according to a report by the ZambianWatch. The woman identified as Mutale Winfridah, a branch senior executive of ZANACO bank, was suspended by bank management for sleeping with over 200 different men who were both clients and job...

Zimbabwe Ex-President Robert Mugabe Dies Aged 95

Robert Mugabe, who led Zimbabwe with an iron fist from 1980 to 2017, has died aged 95, the country’s president announced Friday. First heralded as a liberator who rid the former British colony of Rhodesia of white minority rule, Mugabe used repression and fear to hold on to power in Zimbabwe until he was finally...

UK Parliament Suspension: Johnson Wins In Court

A High Court in London has rejected a suit challenging Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks ahead of Queen’s speech on 14 October. But in Parliament things don’t look for Johnson as reports said Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour and other parties have agreed not to Support PM’s General Election demand before...

Archbishop Urges Action On Abortion Bill

Archbishop Glenn Davies has warned of the dangers of the Bill which allows abortion up until birth, urging Christians show support for the life of the unborn before the Upper House considers the Bill. The Archbishop has written to all clergy in the Diocese of Sydney, saying he considers the Bill before the Legislative Council,...

Xenophobia: Madagascar Cancel Friendly Match Against S/Africa

Madagascar has pulled out of Saturday’s planned friendly match hastily arranged by the South African Football Association after their initial opponent Zambia pulled out of the friendly a few days ago. The Bafana Bafana were originally set to face Zambia in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia as part of their warm-up fixtures before their AFCON...

I Will Rather Die Than Delay Brexit, Says Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Thursday he would “rather be dead in a ditch” than delay Brexit beyond next month, as he urged opposition lawmakers who oppose his plan to support an early election. MPs in the House of Commons this week passed a bill that could stop Johnson taking Britain out of the European Union without a divorce deal...

Xenophobia: 10 Killed In South Africa – Ramaphosa

At least 10 people have been killed by xenophobic violence in South Africa this week, President Cyril Ramaphosa said Thursday, adding that one victim was a foreign national. “There can be no excuse for the attacks on the homes and businesses of foreign nationals,” Ramaphosa said in a speech aired on national television and radio. “Equally, there is no justification...

South African Authorities Must Stop ‘Fuelling Xenophobia’ – Amnesty International

Human rights organisation, Amnesty International has called on South African authorities to urgently address the escalating attacks on Nigerians and other foreigners living in the country. The Executive Director of the organisation in South Africa, Mr Shenilla Mohamed, made the call while faulting the government’s attitude to the crisis. Mohamed’s criticism comes amid the series of...

Kevin Hart Suffers Three Spinal Fractures

Popular Hollywood Actor,Kevin Hart has suffered three separate fractures to his spine when he was involved in a car accident at the weekend. The 40-year-old actor was involved in an accident when his car veered off the Mulholland Highway in Malibu ,California ending up in a gully about 10 feet off the road on Sunday.   The...

Boris Johnson’s Brother Resigns From Parliamentary

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered yet another blow Thursday when his brother announced his resignation as a junior minister and from parliament. Jo Johnson tweeted his resignations were due to conflicts between between family and Britain. “In recent weeks I’ve been torn between family loyalty and the national interest — its an unresolvable tension & time...

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