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  • The reason ‘Captain Marvel’ is set in the 90s

    The reason ‘Captain Marvel’ is set in the 90s

    According to Marvel boss Kevin Feige, setting the Captain Marvel movie in the 90s allows the studio to ‘play’ in a new area. The 45-year-old studio boss has revealed the reasons be ...

  • Nigeria make public new national airline

    Nigeria make public new national airline

    The government of Nigeria has officially launched a new national carrier, Nigeria Air. The move is the federal government’s attempt to revive a collapsed national flier, Air Nigeri ...

  • Chelsea sack Antonio Conte

    Chelsea sack Antonio Conte

    Chelsea have sacked Italian Antonio Conte as manager, media in Britain and Italy reported on Thursday. Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis had said on Wednesday that the Premier ...

  • Anderson defeats Federer in Wimbledon quarter-final

    Anderson defeats Federer in Wimbledon quarter-final

    Roger Federer’s hopes of a ninth Wimbledon title bit the dust as South African Kevin Anderson recovered from two sets down to win a quarter-final cliff-hanger 2-6 6-7(5) 7-5 6-4 13 ...

ARE YOU ADDICTED TO YOUR SMART PHONE?

ARE YOU ADDICTED TO YOUR SMART PHONE?

Some days it seems like the whole world is addicted to their smartphones! You can't walk one city block without encountering someone, and more often many people, trying to text an ...

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THE HISTORY OF BILTONG

THE HISTORY OF BILTONG

Long report short, Biltong originated in South Africa by the Dutch settlers who arrived in South Africa in the 17th century brought recipes for dried meat from Europe. Bing actual ...

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TAKE A BREAK FROM WEAVE WITH THESE TOP 3 STYLES FOR BRAIDS

TAKE A BREAK FROM WEAVE WITH THESE TOP 3 STYLES FOR BRAIDS

So many African hair braiding styles to choose from but you only have one head of hair. It's easy to be tempted into getting braids of all styles. They can look so good, require l ...

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D’ DAY FOR AFCON GROUP OF DEATH

D’ DAY FOR AFCON GROUP OF DEATH

The most extraordinary pool in the ongoing Orange Africa Cup of Nations, perhaps the most complex in the history of the sport, will be decided this evening with Cameroon ...

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COSAFA THE CONTINENTS FOOTBALL PUNCHING BAG

COSAFA THE CONTINENTS FOOTBALL PUNCHING BAG

Southern Africa has again proven to be minnows of the game in the continent after Zambia crashed out of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in the first round, and South Africa set ...

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KENYA UNEARTHS NEW ATHLETICS GEMS

KENYA UNEARTHS NEW ATHLETICS GEMS

Kenya has unearthed new stars ahead of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Championships. The World Cross Country event is set for China in March. ...

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LE CLOS IN RUNNING FOR TOP LAUREUS ACCOLADE

LE CLOS IN RUNNING FOR TOP LAUREUS ACCOLADE

South African swimming sensation, Chad le Clos, is among the favourites to win the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award following another successful year in the pool. In ...

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AFRICAN FASHION

AFRICAN FASHION

As it weaves it way through cities and communities in West Africa, the Caribbean, the United States and the black Britain, the book highlight a dazzling arrays of cross-cultural p ...

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INTERRACIAL DATING 101

INTERRACIAL DATING 101

Interracial dating is no longer taboo in our society. Many online dating sites have helped to promote dating across different races and ethnicities. Just like any type of dating, ...

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AFCON: TWO MORE TO QUALIFY OR BITE THE DUST

AFCON: TWO MORE TO QUALIFY OR BITE THE DUST

With the two teams that have qualified for the Last Eight confirmed from Group A, focus shifts to Group B on Monday to ascertain the two sides that join hosts Equatorial Guinea an ...

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