LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling.

THE POWER OF MOTHER NATURE!-LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling. Residents were ordered to evacuate by the National guard as the lava flow, was threatening to cut off the escape route , on Hawaii’s Big Island. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya photos -onlineINFORMATION IS POWER!- Please email all your articles, photos and breaking…

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AFRICAN IMMIGRANT, FILMED SCALING FOUR FLOORS IN A FEW SECONDS IN A Paris building to save a four-year-old dangling from a balcony.

AFRICAN IMMIGRANT, FILMED SCALING FOUR FLOORS IN A FEW SECONDS IN A Paris building to save a four-year-old dangling from a balcony.

Video shows the man’s heroic actions as he scaled four floors in the space of just a few seconds at around 8pm on Saturday.The man, Mamoudou Gassama, who had papers allowing him to work in Italy and none allowing him to be in France, clambered up the front of a building on rue Marx Dormoy in the 18th arrondissement of the French capital to help a child suspended in mid-air. The office of the French…

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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa sneaked out of the country late Sunday to neighbouring South Africa with government sources indicating he had gone for “medical checks”

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa sneaked out of the country late Sunday to neighbouring South Africa with government sources indicating he had gone for “medical checks”

Information minister Simon Khaya Moyo was not available for comment. Efforts to get comment from Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba also drew blanks. However New Zimbabwe has it on good authority that Mnangagwa had travelled for what has become regular checks since the controversial poison saga last year. “He will go to South Africa on Sunday and is back in the country on Monday for medical check-ups. After the poisoning last year, his doctors advised he…

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MNANGAGWA SIGNED A US$5,2BILLION DEAL between the government and Nkosikhona Holdings to turn coal into liquid fuels has raised eyebrows with analysts saying the South African company’s credentials are suspect.

MNANGAGWA SIGNED A  US$5,2BILLION DEAL  between the government and Nkosikhona Holdings to turn coal into liquid fuels has raised eyebrows with analysts saying the South African company’s credentials are suspect.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa signed the deal with Nkosikhona Holdings on May 17 amid claims the partnership would see Zimbabwe producing over eight million litres of liquid fuels per day from coal in Lisulu, Hwange. However, analysts have raised a red flag over the secrecy surrounding Nkosikhona Holdings’ background. Critics also alleged Nkosikhona Holdings does not have known history in extractives according to the company’s online profile. The company does not appear among South Africa’s liquid…

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CHANGES IN THE WORLD as pope will soon Ireland, a country with an openly gay, biracial Prime Minister, in the formerly predominantly Catholic Ireland, which has over the past years legalised gay marriage and lately arbotion as it brings itself in line with mordern democracies.

CHANGES IN THE WORLD as pope will soon Ireland, a country with an openly gay, biracial Prime Minister, in the formerly predominantly Catholic Ireland, which has over the past years legalised gay marriage and lately arbotion as it brings itself in line with mordern democracies.

CHANGES IN THE WORLD as pope will soon Ireland, a country with an openly gay, biracial Prime Minister, in the formerly predominantly Catholic Ireland, which has over the past years legalised gay marriage and lately arbotion as it brings itself in line with mordern democracies. The Pope’s visit to Dublin in August 2018 will be the first papal visit to Ireland in almost 40 years. Dublin will city host an international Catholic event, the World…

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MDC-T NELSON CHAMISA FAIL TO CONDUCTPRIMARY ELECTIONS IN HWANGEfor the second time in few weeks as internal violence continues to dog the opposition party.

MDC-T NELSON CHAMISA FAIL  TO CONDUCTPRIMARY ELECTIONS IN HWANGEfor the second time in few weeks as internal violence continues to dog the opposition party.

The party’s provincial leadership held a marathon meeting to deal with allegations of vote buying and alleged sabotage by sitting candidates. Disgruntled members waited outside the party’s district offices in Baghdad, Empumalanga suburb while the Matabeleland North provincial leadership held a meeting that lasted more than five hours to find a way forward. Last week violence erupted in Ward 8 and 9 resulting in the party abandoning the poll as sitting candidates comprising Hwange Central…

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WORLD CANCER RESERCH FUND (WCRF) suggest that ‘no amount’ of processed meat or alcohol is entirely safe and best advice is cut out bacon and alcohol to reduce cancer risk

Many of us think we can ‘balance out’ our lifestyles, with a few smoothies or hours in the gym making up for a bit of what we fancy. New guidelines from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) suggestthat ‘no amount’ of processed meat or alcohol is entirely safe. The advice was unveiled as part of a blueprint to cut rates of the disease by 40%. (It’s worth noting, though, that other cancer experts suggest that…

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In what will to the public, be one of the most disastrous retail acquisitions ever in history, an Australian firm, Wesfarmers the owner of Homebase has sold the DIY chain for just £1.

In what will to the public, be one of the most disastrous retail acquisitions ever in history,  an Australian firm, Wesfarmers the  owner of Homebase has sold the DIY chain for  just £1.

It is understood that originally, the Australian company  chose to start  to strip out the soft furnishings a popular line with customers at Homebase and failed to understand the UK market  leading to losses that swiftly  mounted, coupled with deteriorating economic  climate in Britain and a downward spiral for the business entity. According to Wesfarmers they underestimated British  winter demand for various items ranging from  heaters to cleaning and storage items, and  they went on to phase out  popular kitchen and bathroom ranges in the Homebase…

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PHOTOS OF TOYAL HIGHNESSES THE DUKE AND DUCHESSOF SUSSEX, WEDDING PHOTOS-was a special one indeed as she smiled throughout, the wedding,

MEGAN MARKLE’S BIG DAY, was a special one indeed as she smiled throughout, the wedding, was calm and in control, with 600 guests in St Georges chapel, 2000 specially invited people in Windsor Castle grounds, over 100 000 people gathered and partying in support of the royal wedding, outside in windsor town . a lovely minimalistic wedding dress, with a five metre long veil that included emblems from 53 commonwealth countries embroidered on it, and…

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ROYAL WEDDING, TO BE WATCHED BY OVER ONE BILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE Die hard Royal fans, in their thousands are streaming to the Windsor area in London, for space to watch the historical event as Megan Markle marries Prince Harry at St Georges Chapel

Today, Saturday 19 May 2018 is a poignant day, as US TV star Megan Markle and British Royal, Prince Harry at 12:00 hrs. Die hard Royal fans, in their thousands are streaming to the Windsor area in London, for space to watch the historical event as Megan Markle marries Prince Harry at St Georges Chapel. Ms Markle’s father, Mr Thomas Mandell will not be attending the wedding as he is expected to be undergoing some…

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