Saturday, 18 April 2015

Couple Buys Beanie Baby For £10 Not Knowing It Actually Costs £62,500

A young couple, Leah Rogers, 20, and her boyfriend, Ryan Flanaghan, 22, were selling a range of toys at the boot sale in Bude, Cornwall, when they spotted the purple teddy at another seller's stall. Ryan who found it attractive bought it for £10 and later realized it is one of the 100 Beanie toys made around the world in December 1997 for the Princess of Wales Memorial Trust. 

Nigerian reportedly attacked in Johannesburg

A chilling story from a Nigerian who lives in Centurion, South Africa about an attack on another Nigerian in Johannesburg today. Meanwhile, how many of you have watched those horrible videos on Facebook showing the killing of African immigrants? And they are attacking children. In one video, some children were beaten, tied up and the men poured gasoline on their body. Can't share the videos here...go on Facebook. Can't believe this is happening in 2015.

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Zimbabwe begins evacuation of its citizens from South Africa

Zimbabwe's High Commissioner to South Africa, Isaac Moyo says the Zimbabwean government has concluded plans to begin the evacuation of about 1,000 Zimbabweans resident in South Africa following the recent xenophobic attacks in the country. 

Nigerian Embassy in SA provides hotline for distressed Nigerians, warns against using taxis

Pastor Adeboye meets UK Prime Minister, David Cameron in London

General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeboye pictured with UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, in London today April 17th. Pastor Adeboye is in London for a religious programme called 'The Festival of Life' taking place this night at the London Excel Center which David Cameron attended.