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Barack and Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama had miscarriage, used IVF to conceive girls

By Associated Press WASHINGTON: Michelle Obama says she felt “lost and alone” after suffering a miscarriage 20 years ago and underwent in vitro fertilization to conceive her two daughters. She tells ABC in an interview aired on “Good Morning America” she felt like she “failed because I didn’t know how common miscarriages were because we

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle slammed for spending too much on wardrobe

IBT Meghan Markle looks good in her dresses, but some Brits are not happy with how much she is spending on her wardrobe. According to Lucy Domachowski, a journalist for Daily Star, the Duchess of Sussex’s daily wardrobe on her 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji costs $8,447 a day which infuriated

Buyanga moves his Bugatti from Zim to SA; $3m motor turns heads in Johannesburg

By Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG: A rare $3 million Bugatti registered in Zimbabwe has made its way to South Africa, where it is turning heads on the streets of Sandton. The Bugatti Veyron Fbg par Hermès edition, which the French car maker says is “highly exclusive” with just 40 manufactured, is owned by Zimbabwean property tycoon,

Iwani Mawocha

SINGAPORE: Zimbabwe’s Iwani in the running for New Face 2018

By UK Bureau 23-YEAR-OLD Iwani Mawocha is one of the of the finalists for this year’s New Face 2018, a modelling competition which has unearthed some of Singapore’s top models, actresses and personalities. The competition is open to all age groups and this year’s auditions attracted more than 100 participants. The finale will be held

Tania Tatenda Aaron

Tania Aaron represents Zim at Miss International pageant

By UK Bureau ZIMBABWE will be represented by 23-year-old Tania Tatenda Aaron at the 58th edition of the Miss International pageant which will be held early next month in Tokyo, Japan. Tania, the reigning Miss Zimbabwe International, will battle hopefuls from some 80 other countries for the global crown. “The winner besides being crowned Miss

Contestants accuse Mrs. America pageant CEO of racial bias

By Associated Press NEW YORK: Four contestants in this year’s Mrs. America pageant on Monday called for the pageant’s CEO to apologise over accusations he used racial slurs and stereotypes in a conversation at a contest-related event. The four women, three African-American and one white, spoke at a news conference in Manhattan with lawyer Gloria

Banksy artwork self-destructs just after $1.4 million sale

By Associated Press LONDON: Art prankster Banksy has struck again. A work by the elusive street artist self-destructed in front of startled auction-goers on Friday, moments after being sold for 1.04 million pounds ($1.4 million). In an Instagram post Saturday, Banksy claimed the dramatic artistic payoff had been years in the making. The spray-painted canvas

Pokello challenges Elikem divorce; estranged hubby says he has lost love and affection for her

By Mary Taruvinga ZIMBABWEAN socialite Pokello Nare, 32, is challenging divorce proceedings by estranged Ghanaian husband Elikem Kumordzie, it has emerged. Kumordzie, 29, recently filed for divorce saying he had lost love and affection for Pokello, adding that their relationship was irreparably damaged. Pokello filed a notice of intention to oppose the divorce petition last

Frank Buyanga (centre)

Buyanga feted in post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

By Showbiz Correspondent AFTER six years of self-exile, Zimbabwean tycoon Frank Buyanga is itching to make up for lost time. He has returned to Zimbabwe following the overthrow of former President Robert Mugabe last November. The 38-year-old property investor retreated to Sandton in Johannesburg after senior Mugabe officials who owed him hundreds of thousands of

Marian Avila

A model with Down syndrome fulfills her fashion week dream

By Associated Press NEW YORK: Marian Avila, a 21-year-old Spanish model with Down syndrome, fulfilled her dream to walk at New York Fashion Week thanks to an Atlanta designer she met through the magic of social media. And she did it with flair Saturday in the ballroom of a Midtown hotel in evening looks of

Women celebrate size inclusivity at alternative fashion week

By Associated Press NEW YORK: To woots and cheers from the crowd, women with bodies not often seen on fashion runways strutted with smiles on their faces wearing pieces from Loft’s new plus line, including five cast from hundreds who attended an alternative New York Fashion Week event, The Curvy Con. Size inclusivity was on

14 vie for Miss World Zimbabwe in grand finale

By Showbiz Correspondent THE ramp is now set for this year’s edition of the prestigious Miss World Zimbabwe grand finale after the pageant organisers unveiled the 14 finalists vying for the crown at the sashing ceremony in Harare last week. The finale will be held under the theme ‘Embracing A Woman As A Symbol of Beauty’ on

Aretha Franklin

Complications after Aretha Franklin left no will

DETROIT, Mich. — One of the reasons Aretha Franklin’s funeral has been delayed two weeks is because she left no will. This is an important lesson for everyone to keep track of and update their will. When you die without a will, the courts in your state determine where your assets go. This means if

Man caught napping on Simba Mhere’s grave

A man attending the burial of hip-hop veteran ProKid on Sunday has caused a social media storm after he was photographed taking a nap on the late Simba Mhere’s tombstone.  The man was among mourners at Westpark Cemetery in Johannesburg, where ProKid was laid to rest after an emotional funeral service. Pictures of the man

Charlene Musonza

Zim fashion designer hopes US debut opens doors to movie industry

By Anna Chibamu ONE of Zimbabwe’s leading fashion designers, Charlene Musonza, is set to participate at this year’s DC Fashion Week in Washington, the United States (US) next month. Musonza was invited by the organisers of the show in a development that could mark her international breakthrough. DC Fashion Week will run from 19th September

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande performs emotional tribute to the late Aretha Franklin

The world is mourning the loss of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, after she died from pancreatic cancer on Thursday in her Detroit home at the age of 76. In honour of the late songstress, pop star Ariana Grande performed (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, the 1967 hit from Lady Soul, Aretha’s 14th studio album.

Robert Kyagulanyi

Uganda: Pop star-turned-politician charged in military court

A pop-star-turned-opposition-MP in Uganda has been charged with unlawful possession of weapons in a military court, following his arrest after the presidential convoy was pelted with stones. Robert Kyagulanyi, who goes by the stage name Bobi Wine, was arrested in the northwestern town of Arua earlier this week. “Honerable Kyagulanyi has today been arraigned before