Seun Kuti Releases New Politically Charged EP – ‘Struggle Sounds’ with the Egypt 80 Band
Oct01

Seun Kuti Releases New Politically Charged EP – ‘Struggle Sounds’ with the Egypt 80 Band

Ahead of the upcoming Independence Day Celebrations and Felabration 2016, Afro Beat Artist, Seun Kuti has released a new 3-song EP titled ‘Struggle Sounds’. According to Sony Music Masterworks, the EP features the single “Gimme My Vote Back (C.P.C.D.)” where C.P.C.D. stands for Corporate Public Control Department. The son of the late Nigerian Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti, Seun recorded the EP with Egypt 80, his father’s original band....

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Exclusive Interview with 7 Star General Pype On #DrShineSpecialPlay
Sep14
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Minds And Live Comedy Music and Networking …
Sep14
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Sixty years on‚ women still restricted and unsafe in SA .
Aug09

Sixty years on‚ women still restricted and unsafe in SA .

Sixty years after the historic Women’s March against pass laws under the “murderous” apartheid regime‚ women in South Africa still find themselves restricted and unsafe in communities‚ the Economic Freedom Fighters says. The party was commenting on the 60th anniversary of the protest march to the Union Buildings in 1956 in which more than 20‚000 women‚ led by Lilian Ngoyi‚ Helen Joseph‚ Rahima Moosa‚ Sophia Williams and Frances Barde‚...

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20 Reasons You Should NOT Jump Into Conclusion !
Jul18

20 Reasons You Should NOT Jump Into Conclusion !

1)  I jump to conclusions when I make a decision without knowing all the facts. 2)  You jump to conclusions when you react emotionally without testing your assumptions. 3)  He jumps to conclusions when he assumes that something is wrong and he doesn’t ask if the facts are true. 4)  She jumps to conclusions when she sees a telephone number on a piece of paper in her husband’s jacket pocket. 5)  We jump to conclusions when...

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Africa Must Think Big For It’s Children …
Jul08

Africa Must Think Big For It’s Children …

Africa has always been a continent of contrasts. And the latest findings from an amazing team of international researchers show that when it comes to providing our children with the best chances in life, Africa once more presents a very mixed picture. In a recent report, never-before-available comparative data on laws and public policies in 191 countries, covering poverty, discrimination, education, health, child labor, child marriage...

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