Ammara, Stunner and Ex-Q Lead Zim Urban Assault On London’s O2 Arena

[New Zimbabwe] “I’M just genuinely looking forward to levelling up for my country and for my people,” Mukoko hit-maker Ammara Brown told a press conference in London this Tuesday ahead of the ZIM CONNECT ’18 Live Music Concert this weekend.

[New Zimbabwe] "I'M just genuinely looking forward to levelling up for my country and for my people," Mukoko hit-maker Ammara Brown told a press conference in London this Tuesday ahead of the ZIM CONNECT '18 Live Music Concert this weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Word Has It… Were Radio and Weasel Headed for a Split?

[New Times] Rumour has it that even though fallen Ugandan artiste Mowzey Radio died while still under the Goodlyfe label, he had plans to part ways with his long term music partner Weasel, something that has been refuted by the duo’s management camp.

[New Times] Rumour has it that even though fallen Ugandan artiste Mowzey Radio died while still under the Goodlyfe label, he had plans to part ways with his long term music partner Weasel, something that has been refuted by the duo's management camp.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigerian Govt Detains More Southern Cameroonian Separatists

[Premium Times] Five alleged members of the Ambazonia separatist movement, a Cameroonian group seeking independence from the Francophone country, are currently being detained at an Abuja Police station.

[Premium Times] Five alleged members of the Ambazonia separatist movement, a Cameroonian group seeking independence from the Francophone country, are currently being detained at an Abuja Police station.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Ng’oni Warriors Steal Show

The Nc’wala ceremony of the Ng’oni people of Eastern takes centre stage this weekend with Ng’oni warriors already stealing the show. President Edgar Lungu is expected to grace the ceremony on Saturday. The feet stomping impis have stolen the show … Continued

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The Nc’wala ceremony of the Ng’oni people of Eastern takes centre stage this weekend with Ng’oni warriors already stealing the show. President Edgar Lungu is expected to grace the ceremony on Saturday. The feet stomping impis have stolen the show not for their traditional flair but a little more of their revealing outfits that have become a talking point ahead of the ceremony. Paramount Chief Mpezeni left his Ephendukeni palace in Feni for Laweni in Mtenguleni in status symbol Mercedes Benz. The post Ng’oni Warriors Steal Show appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

The Many Twists, Turns Fuelling Confusion in 9Mobile Sale

[Premium Times] A preferred bidder has been chosen for the sale of 9Mobile, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt. But this preferred bidder is likely to face several obstacles, including court cases, in buying the troubled telecommunications firm.

[Premium Times] A preferred bidder has been chosen for the sale of 9Mobile, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt. But this preferred bidder is likely to face several obstacles, including court cases, in buying the troubled telecommunications firm.

College Students in Violent Protest – Burn Clinic, Eight Vehicles

[Premium Times] A protest by students of the College of Education Gindirin, Plateau State turned violent on Thursday leading to the burning of a clinic and at least eight vehicles.

[Premium Times] A protest by students of the College of Education Gindirin, Plateau State turned violent on Thursday leading to the burning of a clinic and at least eight vehicles.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Oil Sector Needs U.S.$100Bn Investments, Says Kachikwu

[Guardian] The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, on Thursday said the oil sector needed huge investments to the tune of 100 billion dollars.Kachikwu said this while reeling off the urgent needs of the sector at the closing cer…

[Guardian] The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, on Thursday said the oil sector needed huge investments to the tune of 100 billion dollars.Kachikwu said this while reeling off the urgent needs of the sector at the closing ceremony of the just-concluded maiden Nigeria International Petroleum Summit (NIPS) in Abuja.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria