AmaZulu president hits out at Chiefs over Sithebe deal

Published by TDPel MediaAccording to news ou of the KwaZulu-Natal side’s camp, Sithebe is no longer part of the club’s plans, and a deal with Amakhosi is close to being concluded. However, Zungu insists Chiefs did not follow proper procedures and already approached Sithebe before 1 January. “Yes, Sithebe is going to Chiefs if they have concluded everything with him or at the very least at the end of the…

At Least 6 Reported Dead in Crush at Africa Cup Soccer Game

At least six people died in a crush outside a stadium hosting a game at Africa's top soccer tournament in Cameroon on Monday, a local government official said, realizing fears about the capacity of the Central African country to stage the continent's biggest sports event. Naseri Paul Biya, the governor of the central region of Cameroon, said there could be more deaths. "We are not in position to give you…

‘Children Should Be Playing’: Pope Pleads For Fight Against Child Labor

Pope Francis on Wednesday urged governments to combat child labor, saying it was terrible that children who should be playing are instead working as adults or scavenging in garbage dumps for something to sell.Speaking at his weekly general audience Francis also lamented that in many countries people were being exploited in the unofficial, underground economy, working without benefits or legal protection."Let's think of the victims of work, of children who…

Kanye West set to perform in Russia and meet Vladimir Putin

Published by BANG Showbiz EnglishKanye West is reportedly planning a trip to Moscow to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The 44-year-old rapper - who has legally changed his name to Ye - is set to host one of his Sunday Service performances as he looks to grow his business ventures in the country with the billionaire real estate developer Aras Agalarov and his son Emin Agalarov. Kanye's strategic advisor…

Kanye West planning to perform in Russia, meet Putin: Billboard

Published by AFPNew York (AFP) - The mercurial Kanye West anticipates traveling to Moscow later this year, according to Billboard, a trip that will see him hold a Sunday Service performance and meet with President Vladimir Putin. West heads to Russia as he works on new business deals with Aras Agalarov -- the Azerbaijani-Russian billionaire businessman with ties to Donald Trump -- and Agalarov's musician son Emin, the music outlet…

‘Hundreds of thousands still living in precarious conditions months after floods’-MSF

When the floodwater levels started rising in her village, 21-year-old Nyabeel and her husband were torn about what to do. Leaving their land, which they relied on for food, was a tough decision.“We spent three days moving. It was challenging, with four children and a herd of goats,” she said.Eight months on since flooding began, people in Unity State, northern South Sudan, continue to suffer, stuck in poor living conditions…

‘Hundreds of thousands still living in precarious conditions months after floods’-MSF

When the floodwater levels started rising in her village, 21-year-old Nyabeel and her husband were torn about what to do. Leaving their land, which they relied on for food, was a tough decision.“We spent three days moving. It was challenging, with four children and a herd of goats,” she said.Eight months on since flooding began, people in Unity State, northern South Sudan, continue to suffer, stuck in poor living conditions…

Sudan says 58 policemen injured in protests

Published by ReutersCAIRO (Reuters) - Sudanese authorities said on Sunday that 58 policemen were injured during protests the previous day against military rule, state TV reported. The Khartoum security committee's statement added that 114 people had been arrested and faced legal action. (Reporting by Ahmed Tolba and Moataz Mohamed; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne) (more…)
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