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Nigeria: Promoting Nigerian Food Culture Is Collective Responsibility, Says Runsewe

The Director General of National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe, has said the promotion of Nigerian food culture was a collective responsibility as it encourages healthy living, create employment opportunities for our teeming unemployed…

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South Africa: Shock as Bulgarian Singer Wears Blackface to Perform South African Hit, Jerusalema

Cape Town — People have been left disgusted and offended after Bulgarian singer Mxiaela Marinova used makeup and prosthetics to look like South African singer Nomcebo Zikode during her performance. Marinova was tasked to imitate Nomcebo in the Bulgarian singing…

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Ethiopia: Temple of the Moon – Yeha

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COMPILED BY STAFF REPORTER The site of Yeha is located in a modern town hidden by the Adwa chains of mountains about 53km to the west of the World Heritage Site of Aksum in Tigray State, northern part…

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Zimbabwe: Rapper to Drop Debut Album Teaser

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Rising Chitungwiza rapper Lincoln Ngorima, aka Lincoln The Prezident, is set to drop a teaser of his forthcoming debut album on March 25. The single “Zvine basarei”, which is also the album’s title track, is about how young…

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Tanzania: Harmonize Files for Divorce

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Tanzanian singer Harmonize has officially filed for divorce from her Italian wife Sarah Michelotti. Speaking during a radio interview with Clouds FM in his home country the singer, real name Rajab Abdul, also confirmed the couple is already…

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Botswana: Song Comforts Bereaved Families

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Gaborone — As families continue to mourn the loss of their loved ones due to the COVID -19 pandemic, Ikageng alias IKS Gaebepe has released a single gospel track titled: Beula as a dedication during these trying times.…

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Ethiopia: Begena or the Harp – Ethiopia’s Traditional Musical Instrument

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In the past, most Ethiopians were acquainted with the begena as a traditional musical instrument during the time of Lent, when it was constantly played over the radio, particularly during the reigns of the emperors and the aristocracy.…

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Zimbabwe: Budding Artiste Cheya Releases Album After Relocating From SA

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Beitbridge Bureau Beitbridge-based gospel artiste Hermish Cheya’s relocation from South Africa to Zimbabwe has become a blessing after he managed to pool resources to record his second album this year. Cheya, who was formerly based in Cape Town,…

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Cameroon: Comedy Stand-Up – Mr. Ater, DA Contry Comedian

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The 30-year-old began entertaining in primary school until he was encouraged to go professional. Kor Derick Ndikiter was born on November 28, 1991 in Mbaa village, Nkambe Central Subdivision, Donga Mantung Division of the North West Region. A…

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Cameroon: Obituary – Tchaya Stoppeur Laid to Rest in Buea

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Family members, colleagues and a host of lovers of his music paid their last respect to him on March 6, 2021. Hundreds of mourners among them musicians across Cameroon have paid their last respect to Tchaya Stoppeur on…

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