Recent violence in South Sudan has captured the headlines, but just across the border, similar horrors have been visited upon a country hidden from the outside world. For ten deadly months, the Central African Republic has been ravaged by atrocities between Muslim Séléka rebels, who seized power last March, and Christian militias. Thousands have been killed and almost a million – a fifth of the population – driven from their homes. As the UN warns of impending genocide, The Mail on Sunday reports on a humanitarian crisis where tiny children are being targeted by vigilante mobs.
Saturday, 4 January 2014
There's this hot gist about an Abuja top banker, Onome, who is in her late thirties, early forties. Who, a few days back, sent her husband of 4 years packing after it became obvious that the guy was just too randy for her liking.
Autopsy report revealed it was the side effects of slimming tea that took the life of this beautiful woman who was just in her early 30's.
Heather Uboh: She's called herself Heather Uboh, along with
at least 20 other aliases, and cops across the United States
identity theft, wire fraud, larceny, passport fraud, forgery, and
a variety of other deceptions in Texas, New York, New Jersey,
Georgia, Colorado and Michigan.
Heather is still at large and the case is still open...culled
Flooded with questions: The man spent six hours answering people’s questions telling readers that some people thought it was fake and that he would not get one penis removed
A man who claims to suffer from an extremely rare medical condition in which he was born with two penises has posted a picture online, attracting thousands of questions.
'The Ogun State Police Command said, yesterday, that it had arrested a man, Kayode Olubunmi,37, for allegedly killing his cousin,Haruna Adeoye,20, over a bowl of Christmas rice.
1. Pap en vleis/Shisa nyama, South Africa
Barbecued meat and maize porridge is a combination dearly beloved across many cultures in Southern Africa, and particularly in South Africa, where the braaivleis is a treasured institution and practically a national sport.
"Pap en vleis" (literally, "maize porridge and meat") is a colorful umbrella of a term that encompasses virtually any combination of starch and braaied or stewed meat, with an obligatory side-serving of spicy gravy, relish or chakalaka.
Shisa nyama, meaning "burn the meat" in Zulu, has come to refer to a festive "bring-and-braai" gathering; Shisa nyama restaurants are often located next to butchers’ shops so patrons can select their own meats and have them cooked to order over fiercely hot wood fires.