Boss Up –DJ Crim Ft. Vyper Ranking & Mun*g -New Single

Following the successful premiere of “Boss Up” by DJ Crim at the 23rd edition of Blankets and wine, the award winning deejay has finally let the monster track out of the vault and onto our playlists.  For the first time in the festival’s line up of performers, the revelers were treated to something new and different as DJ Crim unveiled the video on the screens and the music through the speakers. “Boss up” is the latest single of DJ Crim’s upcoming album and features the sensational award winning rapper Mun*G…

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Body Cam Footage Captures White Officer Calling Black Men the N-Word

The Montgomery County Department of Police has launched an investigation after body camera footage captured a White female officer using the N-word while investigating four Black men in Silver Spring, Maryland. On Thursday, the police department released the 12-minute-long footage on YouTube. Several police officers were responding to a trespassing call at a local McDonald’s […] source: https://www.ebony.com/news/body-cam-footage-captures-white-officer-calling-black-men-the-n-word/

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African players top Premier League goal scorers

Mohamed Salah (Egypt), Sadio Mane (Senegal) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon), won the golden boot for the just concluded English Premier league, with a total goal count of 22 goals each among them. Mohamed Salah – who is listed on the TIME 100 List this year – has won the golden boot title two years consecutively now, and has been an outstanding player this season. He has enjoyed tremendous support from Sadio Mane as both are team mates of Liverpool FC who finished second on the table and following a remarkable comeback in…

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Not Right, But The Left’s Obsession with Race.

You are here: Home / News / Not Right, But The Left’s Obsession with Race. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) There was a time when people aspired to a world where race was an afterthought. It was always a tough slog, but we’d moved closer and closer over time. Then something funny happened – a political party realized they could benefit from division and that unity was bad for business. Unity would require a debate on issues and their merits, which was one they had been…

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Wild About White River

Your bucket list of favourite destinations for holidaying in South Africa will no doubt include a trip to the Kruger National Park – the bush and its unique something coupled with the anticipation of seeing the Big Five is lure enough, but if White River is your entry point then you would be remiss not to include a few other awesome experiences in the area, to your travel agenda. This beautiful, rural countryside of White River in Mpumalanga is peppered with scenic waterfalls, magnificent mountains, lush valleys and the many…

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Restaurant Review: 9th Avenue Bistro

User Ratings (0 Votes) 0 Photos by: 9th Avenue Bistro Website  Situated in 9TH Avenue, Morningside in Durban it may look like an average neighbourhood bistro restaurant but 9th Avenue Bistro is a must try. It is a fancy place in a fancy development of coloured stone that will never be allowed to discolour.  I walked in on a Saturday night, and I was greeted by warm smiles from the staff as they showed us to our reserved table. The atmosphere was lively with chatting from pupils coming from every…

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‘Migraine increases risk of pregnancy complications’

A recent study conducted at Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, has revealed that migraine is associated with an increased risk of pregnancy -related hypertension disorders in mothers and newborns. According to the lead author of the study, Nils Skajaa, Epidemiologist Department of Clinical Epidemiology, “Migraine is a disabling condition, common among women of reproductive age. “Accumulating evidence shows that migraine in pregnancy may lead to several adverse outcomes in the mother and child, but treatment may alleviate these risks”. The study further revealed that maternal migraine was associated with an increased…

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Digital Du Bois

Plate 1 of W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Georgia Negro: A Social Study The publication of W.E.B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America gives new meaning to Du Bois’s famous sentence from The Souls of Black Folk: “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-line.” The quote appears as an epigraph to this collection of colorful data portraits originally featured in the American Negro Exhibit at the Exposition Universelle, the Paris World Fair of 1900. Editors Whitney Battle-Baptiste and Britt Rusert (both professors at the University…

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