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  • US rapper ordered to leave South Africa

    US rapper ordered to leave South Africa

    Rapper Mos Def ordered to leave South Africa in passport row Mos Def, also known as Yasiin Bey, had reportedly been living in Cape Town since 2013. The American rapper best known as Mos Def has been ordered to leave South Africa within 14 days after being arrested for breaking immigration laws. Mos Def, now…

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  • Backstage with Fuse ODG: what’s next in 2016 for the Afrobeats star

    Backstage with Fuse ODG: what’s next in 2016 for the Afrobeats star

    Musician/producer Fuse ODG has been changing the Afrobeats scene globally and doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon. The Ghanaian Londoner has had a number of successes including a number one on the iTunes World Chart and four UK chart hit singles from his 2014 debut-album T.I.N.A – it stands for This Is New Africa.…

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  • Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith to boycott Oscars

    Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith to boycott Oscars

      Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith Photo: Telegraph The exclusion of people of colour from this year’s Oscars nominations has caused an outrage with statements by renowned director Spike Lee and actress Jada Pinkett Smith that they will boycott the Academy Awards ceremony, scheduled for February 28th. This ceremony will mark the second year…

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  • US rapper ordered to leave South Africa

    US rapper ordered to leave South Africa

    Rapper Mos Def ordered to leave South Africa in passport row Mos Def, also known as Yasiin Bey, had reportedly been living in Cape Town since 2013. The American rapper best known as Mos Def has been ordered to leave South Africa within 14 days after being arrested for breaking immigration laws. Mos Def, now…

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  • Christians fundraise to renovate 80-yr-old mosque in Uganda

    Christians fundraise to renovate 80-yr-old mosque in Uganda

    In a development which could foster stronger interfaith relations, about 100 Ugandan Christians living in the U.S. have raised about shillings 12.6 million ($3,600) to help renovate a crumbling Namayiba mosque, in Uganda, the New Vision reports. The mosque, in Nakisunga village was reportedly built about 80 years ago. Geoffrey Nsereko Simple, the chairperson of the organising committee of Uganda North American Association, said…

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