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Pirelli calendar 2018: Australian model features an all-black model cast

The racy and famed Pirelli calendar has taken a turn for the more progressive.

It's been a legendary institution since the 1960s, but this doesn't mean it's stuck in the past.

Zimbabwe army chief criticizes infighting in ruling party

Zimbabwe’s army commander Monday criticized the instability in the country’s ruling party caused by President Robert Mugabe who last week fired a vice president.
Zimbabwe Defense Forces commander Constantine Chiwenga issued a written statement, days after Mugabe fired Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was widely backed by the army and was once viewed as a potential successor to the president.

Young lady surprises her man with a proposal and wedding at the same time (Video)

Over the weekend, a young beautiful black American lady surprised her man with a proposal and a wedding at the same time. Without no hesitation, her man said yes right there and they got married.

Uber confirms SoftBank has agreed to invest billions

The long-anticipated SoftBank Group investment into Uber has been agreed upon, a spokesperson confirms to TechCrunch.

Wiyaala Back In Ghana To Thrill Audiences Again

Wiyaala, Ghana’s iconic international singing star, has barely set foot back in Ghana following her extended UK and European tour and she is already thrilling patrons with back to back performances in Accra.

#Rally4Meek: Wale, Kevin Hart to join protest against Meek Mill’s Sentencing

The quest to get American rapper Meek Mill‘s jail sentence reversed by the court continues as a solidarity rally is set to hold today, November 13th by 5 PM (ET) at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia, U.S.

AirtelTigo is the new name

AirtelTigo is the new brand name of the merged Tigo and Airtel telecom companies. The new name and logo were launched on Monday, 13 November.
It becomes the second-largest telecom firm in Ghana and would control 22 per cent of the market share.

Mariah Carey allegedly paying boyfriend Bryan Tanaka $12k per week for 'running her life'

Mariah Carey‘s boyfriend Bryan Tanaka, 34, who now plays three roles in her life including being her manager, her backup dancer and her partner is reportedly being paid $12k weekly by the singer to run her career.
This comes days after Mariah Carey, 47, and her former Russian manager Stella Bulochnikov parted ways after working together for almost three years.

Beautiful Tanzanian actress, Elizabeth Lulu Michael sentenced to 2 years in prison for manslaughter

Beautiful 22-year-old Tanzanian actress,  Elizabeth Michael ‘Lulu’ has been sentenced by a Dar es Salaam court for the death of Steven Kanumba whom she was dating until his death.

The ugly incident occurred on April 7th, 2012 when Lulu was 19 years old while Kanumba was 28 years.

Photos: Body of missing 10-year-old pupil found dumped in dam in South Africa

The body of 10-year-old Luyanda Msomi was found by police search and rescue officers in a dense bush in the Montclair area, south of Durban, at the weekend.

Change negative image about Africa – Akufo-Addo to media

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that African journalists have a duty to help change the image about Africa, and establish a narrative, which is more positive.
According to President Akufo-Addo, African media practitioners have faced many challenges, ranging from a highly polarised media environment, lack of technological support, limited investment in the sector, poorly paid journalists, threats to their lives, corruption, and lack of requisite training.

Beyonce, Jay-Z & Solange spotted on family outing in New Orleans

Beyonce, her husband Jay-Z, her sister Solange, and her nephew Julez all dined out at Dooky Chase’s Restaurant in New Orleans days ago.

Doctors threaten strike over service conditions

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has given the government a six-month ultimatum to address challenges with conditions of service of its members.

The Association has accused the government of failing to abide by the ruling of the National Labor Commission (NLC) which urged the government to pay the market premium as a percentage of their basic salary.

Hollywood holds #MeToo march against sexual harassment

Hundreds of people have marched in Hollywood in support of victims of sexual assault and harassment, inspired by the #MeToo social media campaign.
The march follows a torrent of assault and harassment allegations against public figures, set off by revelations about the movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Iran-Iraq earthquake: More than 200 die in heavy tremor

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck the border region between Iraq and Iran, killing more than 200 people and injuring an estimated 1,800 more, according to local media.

The US Geological Survey (USGS) said Sunday's powerful quake hit close to Halabjah, southeast of Sulaymaniyah, a city in the semi-autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq.

Walmart shopper who broke his hip picking out a watermelon awarded $7.5 million

An Alabama jury has decided that the Army veteran who broke his hip while picking out a watermelon at a Walmart store should receive $7.5 million.
Retired Sgt. Henry Walker was 59 in June 2015 when he went shopping at a Walmart in Phenix City, Alabama, the Ledger-Enquirer reports. As Walker reached for the watermelon, his foot got stuck in the side of a wooden pallet under the display. That led him to fall and shatter his hip, according to court documents described by The Washington Post.

Italian priest blames underage girl who was raped by African migrant, says she asked for it

Lorenzo Guidotti, a parish priest in Bologna, Italy has prompted outrage for blaming an underage girl, who was raped by an African man, saying that it was her fault for getting drunk and hanging around with immigrants.
"I'm sorry but if you swim in the piranha tank you cannot complain if you lose a limb,"  Guidotti, wrote on Facebook.

First Lady enstooled as Development Queen of Great Ningo

The First Lady has been enstooled by the chiefs and people of Ningo Traditional area as the Development Queen of Great Ningo under the stool name Naa Naa Djangmahkuor I.
Rebecca Akufo-Addo enstoolment was done on Saturday by Nene Kanor Atiapah II, acting President of the Great Ningo Traditional Council, during the Centenary Anniversary Celebration of the formation of the Ningo state.

Train crash 'kills 33' in Democratic Republic of Congo

A train crash in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 33 people, UN radio station Okapi reports.
It happened in Buyofwe in the province Lualaba, in the south of the country.

#MTVEMAs2017: Full list of winners

The 2017 MTV EMAs which opened with Best Hip Hop winner Eminem doing a thrilling orchestra-backed performance, along with guest artist Skylar Grey, of his newly dropped track “Walk on Water,” taking the mic in a London pub before joining the EMA stage at The SSE Arena, Wembley.