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Mugabe nephew: 'I ran away... It was better than waiting to be killed'

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao, says he is proud to have served in his uncle’s governments, but says he won’t be returning to Zimbabwe soon as his safety isn’t guaranteed.

Famous Indian actor, Shashi Kapoor has died...

Bollywood actor Shashi Kapoor died this evening at a hospital in Mumbai, India. 
The 79-year-old actor had been battling chronic kidney disease before his demise today. His death was confirmed by Dr. Ram Narain, executive director at the Kokilaben Hospital.

Emulate Commendable $2 Million Support for Education in Ghana by Zenith Bank Founder - President Akufo Addo to Banking Sector Players

The award of 2 million dollars by the founder of Zenith Bank to support Ghanaian students at the Ashesi University is worthy of emulation by all industry players in the banking sector not only in Ghana but the whole of Africa, President Akufo Addo has stated.

Broke South Sudan spends millions on drones

South Sudan has deployed drones and installed security cameras to combat crime in the capital Juba.
Officials in the cash-strapped country say they have spent millions of dollars on the scheme.

Millions 'misused for Mandela's funeral'

South Africa's public protector has recommended an investigation into the use of around $22m (£16m) in state funds for former President Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Some of the allegations include: Funds were pocketed by officials and costs were inflated as they prepared for Nelson Mandela’s funeral.

Breaking! Rapper Meek Mill's request for bail denied again

Read TMZ's report below.

What To Watch In December On DStv

It’s the start of a brand-new month, and with it comes a host of new and exciting programming to look forward to on DStv.

Shortlisted Nominees Announced For 2017 Africa Youth Awards

Africa Youth Awards, the continent’s most coveted awards for young achievers and change makers have announced over 140 young Africans and organisations from 25 countries as finalists for the 2017 Africa Youth Awards.

Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's former leader, killed in Sanaa fighting

Former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has been killed amid fighting between his supporters and their former allies, the Houthi rebel movement.
Officials from Mr Saleh's General People's Congress party said he died in an attack south of the capital, Sanaa.

Starbow Sacks Workers

Local airline, Starbow, has sacked scores of its workers.
It is unclear how many workers have been dismissed, but Citi Business News has gathered that the dismissal affected top management, flight and grounds staff.

Gender-fluid aspiring model: 'I want to make my own beauty standard'

The 16-year-old just went viral on Twitter for a tweet, accompanied by a few test shots by Jasmine Weber, that proclaimed her future goals to take over the modeling industry.

Grace Mugabe is reportedly divorcing Robert Mugabe according to Zimbabwe news sites

Former First Lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe has reportedly filed for divorce from her 93-year-old husband Robert Mugabe after he was ousted as the President, Zimbabwe Today reports.

Will you marry me? Australian politician proposes to his gay partner in parliament. WATCH

Australian MP Tim Wilson asks his partner to marry him during his speech to parliament on the same-sex marriage bill. Ryan Bolger accepts his proposal with a loud "yes".

Lebanese arrested for allegedly raping19-year-old househelp

A Lebanese national has been arrested for allegedly raping his 19-year-old househelp at Airport Hills residential area in Accra.
Four policemen from the East Legon District Police Command arrested Haddad Rabih, around 11:45 pm on Sunday.

I won’t repeat Nkrumah’s industrialisation mistakes -Akufo-Addo

President Akufo-Addo has vowed not to repeat the mistakes of late President Dr Kwame Nkrumah with regards to the nature of ownership of businesses in Ghana.
According to President Akufo-Addo, although Dr Nkrumah had a great vision for industrializing Ghana, his (Nkrumah’s) decision to make most of the enterprises built during his tenure state-owned failed to deliver the economic dividends for which they were set up.

Chrissy Teigen wants you to spot the difference

A couple of days ago, model Chrissy Teigen announced that she and husband John Legendare expecting a new addition to their family of three.
In new photos shared a few hours ago, Chrissy Teigen debuted her baby bump.

Video: These Grannies are serving us future relationship goals (Must Watch)

These Grannies are good at dancing. They are serving us future relationship goals.

LL Cool J becomes the first ever rapper to receive the Kennedy Center Honor

Veteran American hip-pop act, LL Cool J, has been honoured with the Kennedy Center Honor, for his contributions as a performer throughout the years, making him the first ever rapper to receive the honour.