Zimbabwe Dancehall Star Abducted After Song Critical Of Mnangagwa Government

Zimbabwean music artist Platinum Prince abducted Sunday along Chiremba Road, Harare. He was severely tortured only to be released on Monday. The abductors questioned him about his political song ‘Ndiyo here Mr President?’ – Is that so Mr President?

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Reap What You Sow: Consistency and The Compounding Effect

About 6 months ago, I looked at myself in the mirror and decided enough was enough. The past 4 years had been successful: my wife and I had watched our two baby daughters blossom into beautiful personalities of their own, and my business ventures were going well. But looking in the mirror, I realised that it had come at the cost of my physical health. I looked terrible, and felt even worse.

Manchester United vs Barcelona score predicted in FIFA 19 ahead of Champions League first leg

Manchester United progressed to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after an epic comeback against PSG at Parc des Princes.

Their reward? The small matter of FC Barcelona, against the likes of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Gerard Pique.

The odds are stacked against United for this tie, but as we know, anything can happen in knockout football.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side welcome the Catalan giants to Old Trafford on Wednesday night, in what is a highly anticipated first leg clash.

Interview Salif Keita: ‘Democracy is not a good thing for Africa’ Kim Willsher The ‘golden voice of Africa’ has just released his final album. And though he is visibly tired, he is still in love with his guitar

Salif Keita: ‘Democracy is not a good thing for Africa’

He is in Paris to promote his 14th album Un Autre Blanc (Another White), the title a reference to his struggles as a singer-songwriter with albinism. Keita says it is definitely his last. “I will do some concerts and perhaps some tours. Nothing major and not another album.” He shakes his head. “Too much work. I am going to rest.”

Going “back to the country” means returning to the village of Djoliba, 23 miles south of the Malian capital Bamako, which takes its name from the local Mandingue language for the river Niger on whose banks it sits. Keita grew up here, during the last years of French colonial rule – Mali became independent in 1960 – as one of 10 children in a family directly descended from the warrior king Sundiata Keita, the 13th-century founder of the Mali empire. They were aristocratic, but dirt poor.

The musician has said his father was shocked but not entirely surprised when he was born with albinism, a condition caused by the absence of melanin pigmentation in the skin. There had been others with the condition on his mother’s side of the family. “It is a problem in places where cousins marry, a problem of culture,” he explains.

Malian artist Salif Keita pledged to fight for Diarra’s justice. Photo: The Salif Keita Global Foundation

Africa’s best musician, West Africa’s legendary ‘golden voice’ artist: Salif Keita

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