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Aberantie The Poet to drop another great spoken word “The Slavery” on November 24

Spoken word artist Aberantie The Poet is yet to drop another great spoken word titled “The Salvery” and featuring colleague artist Efo Rockson. 
The Poem which will be release on November 24th talks about how well do you know your history? how was the atmosphere by then and what sort of slavery is in question?

Paul Newman's watch sells for record $18m at auction

A Rolex watch belonging to the late Hollywood star Paul Newman has sold for a record price at auction in New York.
The watch was given to him by his wife Joanne Woodward as they filmed the 1969 movie Winning together.

Ex Kotoko, Hearts goalie Soulama Abdoulaye dies in Burkina

Burkina Faso football has been dealt a huge blow following the sad news of the death of Stallions shot stopper Soulama Abdoulaye on Friday afternoon, Burkina24.com has reported.

The former Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak goalkeeper, who also played for ASFA Yennega of Burkina Faso, passed away in Bobo Dioulasso at the age of 37 after a long illness.

Annie~Joy writes: Officially Invite Pain. Part 2 #BeInspired!

Mind you, the pain of yesterday is making you that better person today. The pain of you being rejected yesterday is causing you to work so hard to be needed tomorrow. I want you to know the essence of pain in your life. Without water photosynthesis cannot be complete. Therefore know that without pain your story would not cause someone to go extra miles in his or her journey. You might know but your pain of today is someone's source of motivation someday. Embrace it, appreciate it and value it.

Tanzania deports SA human rights lawyer and 2 others

South African human rights lawyer Sibongile Ndashe and two others who were arrested and detained in Tanzania 10 days ago have been deported on Friday evening.
They were arrested for 'promoting homosexuality' at a hotel in Dar es Salaam. Same-sex relations are illegal in the east African country.

Beyonce's twins are very different

Beyoncé and Jay Z's twins are "very different".

The couple welcomed daughter Rumi and son Sir into the world in June and their proud grandmother, Tina Knowles Lawson, adores being around the "cute" youngsters.

Mafikizolo celebrates 20th anniversary with new album, ’20’

Award winning Duo, Mafikizolo, are back with a brand new album, 20!

Pre-order the album now and get the brand new single, “O Fana Nawe,”featuring Nigerian superstar Yemi Alade!   “O Fana Nawe” (meaning someone like you), the second single, infuses South African and West African beats and is set to be a hit this Summer…we trust this track will deliver in Gidi style!

She saved my life – Selena Gomez & Francia Raisa open up about Kidney Transplant

Selena Gomez and her best friend Francia Raisa recently sat down with NBC’sSavannah Guthrie for her first interview since Raisa gave Selena a kidney.
Gomez had in September undergone a kidney transplant due to her Lupus, and her friend made the sacrifice of donating her own kidney.

United Kingdom 'won't recognize' Catalan's independence

The UK has said it will not recognise the Catalan parliament's declaration of independence. Theresa May's official spokesman said the declaration was based on a vote that had been declared illegal.