Friday, 30 November 2012

Kanye West Sick of Kim's Divorce Drama.


 Kanye West is reportedly annoyed by his girlfriend Kim's ongoing divorce drama because he wants to marry her as soon as possible. The rapper desperately wants to propose, but feels like he has to wait until her divorce from Kris Humphries, her husband of 72 days, comes through.
According to "The only thing he wants to give Kim for Christmas he cant.....this has been going on way too long and Kanye is not happy at all.
Kanye is hopeful Kris will back down and accept a divorce rather than pushing for an annulment on the grounds of "fraud" and when Kim is officially a free woman, friends believe he will immediately pop the question. "Will You Marry Me?".....hehehee, can't wait to hear that side of the ears are on the ground.

Is weekEND people, enjoy.....

NB Fashion: Get it Right This Winter


With the arrival of winter, I know everyone is digging right inside their wardrobes to get those thick and heavy jackets/coats to keep warm. But whatever you wear, I would advice you keep it casual and cheeky at the same time. Alicia Keys sure got it right, continuing her Girl on Fire album tour at SiriusXM in New York City, keeps it casual in an army-green blouse, gray sweater, A.L.C. leather jacket, black slacks and booties.
Me likey....

Nigerian Patient Wins Fight To Stay in UK


A NIGERIAN transplant patient who lives in Leeds and who claimed she would die within weeks if she was deported from the UK has said she is relieved that a judge has ruled she can stay.
Community volunteer Roseline Akhalu, 49, came to study at Leeds University in 2004 but was diagnosed with kidney failure soon after she arrived.
She had a successful transplant in 2009 but now needs regular hospital checks and will have to take immunosuppressant drugs for the rest of her life.
Her legal team has argued she would die within weeks if she was returned to Nigeria as she would never be able to afford the drugs that keep her alive.
Now her lawyers have confirmed Ms Akhalu found out on Thursday that her appeal against deportation has been successful.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

New York City Enjoys First Violent Crime-Free Day


New York City has enjoyed its first violent crime-free day. The New York City police reported that Monday (November 26) was the 'most bloodshed-free 24-hour period in recent history', not a single act of violence was reported. Despite a rise in homocides in July, the city's murder rate is on target to hit its lowest point since 1960. Recent statistics shows there have been 366 murders so far this year in New York City, compared with 472 at this time last year.

I believe this is a wake up call for many countries and cities of the world....

Wendy Williams Poses Nude for PETA Billboard


Television talk show queen Wendy Williams is the latest celebrity to strip down for a PETA billboard.
The 48-year-old self-styled “Queen of all Media” unveiled her advertisement in New York’s Times Square on Wednesday, joining a growing list of stars—like Eva Mendes, Khloe Kardashian, Taraji P. Henson, and Joanna Krupa who have volunteered to appear in PETA’s iconic naked campaign.

Hot or Not?

Arriva Bus Strike Hits North London


Around 50 Arriva bus services across north London were severely affected this morning as a 24-hour strike got underway. This is as a result of pay dispute between members of the Unite union and Arriva London North.
Some of the routes affected are:
29, 34, 38, 41, 73, 76, 78, 102, 121, 123, 125, 128, 135, 141, 144, 149, 150, 168, 173, 184, 192, 221, 242, 243, 253, 254, 279, 307, 313, 317, 318, 325, 327, 329, 341, 349, 377, 379, 382, 393, 397, 444, 491, 617, 647, 657, 678, W3, W6 and W11
Night services are also expected to be hit. The following routes will be hit tonight and into  tomorrow morning:
102, 128, 149, 242, 243, 341, N29, N38, N41, N73, N76, N253 and N279.

According to TFL website "Bus Passes will be accepted for reasonable alternative routes on London Underground, DLR and London Overground."
Take note if you travel by any of the routes....

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

The Amir of Kuwait Visits UK


His Royal Highness Sheikh Al Sabah, the Amir of Kuwait, is currently on a state visit to the UK. Pictured above from left, Prince Charles and His Royal Highness Sheikh Al Sabah, Al-Ahmad, Al-Jaber share a joke at the Prince's residence, Clarence House, today.
Highlights of the trip include a viewing of Islamic art work produced by Prince Charles' charities, and a lavish state-dinner at Windsor Castle last night. They also paid a visit this morning to David Cameron at Number 10 Downing Street.

X Factor Judge Louis Walsh Recieves £403,500 From The Sun Newspaper in Out of Court Settlement


X-Factor judge Louis Walsh has just reached an out-of-court settlement with the Sun Newspaper for Є500,000 (£403,500). The settlement relates to accusations, printed in the Sun on 23 June 2011 , claiming that Walsh had groped a man in the toilet of a Belfast nightclub. The accusations later turned out to be false and Walsh sued Rupert Murdoch's News Group Newspapers for defamation.

 Leonard Watters was jailed for six months for wrongly accusing Mr Walsh of groping him in a Dublin club in 2011.

Check Out The Ad For 'Omotola:TRM' Reality Show

Filmed on location in Lagos, London, Ghana, Miami and Kingston (Jamaica), Omotola: The Real Me Reality Show of the Nigerian Actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde will be screened on AfricaMagic Entertainment, starting on December 6 and premiering a new episode every Thursday (18:30/21:00 CAT) for 13 weeks.

What do you think about the ad? share your thoughts below.....

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

What Should Parents Teach Children to Call Their Private Parts?


Parents need to teach their children that their “bits” are private parts, to be protected, but what on earth are they supposed to call them? And even people who are not married, are so shy about private parts.

What do you think? What were you taught to call your private parts? Have you used the same terminology for your children? And why are we uncomfortable using the term penis, vagina, and vulva. Leave your comment below....

27-Day-Old Baby Bled to Death After Circumcision By a Nigerian Nurse


A 27-day-old baby bled to death after he was circumcised by a nurse, Manchester Crown Court heard yesterday. Goodluck Caubergs died the day after 66-year-old nurse Grace Adeleye from Nigeria, carried out the procedure without anaesthetic and using only a pair of scissors, forceps and olive oil. It is alleged she botched the procedure by leaving a 'ragged' wound that bled, and her post-op care was also woefully inadequate.

2 British Lorry Drivers Arrested Over £16million Heroin Hidden in Bread Sticks


Two British lorry drivers were arrested in Italy yesterday after police found more than 40kg of heroin hidden in boxes of bread sticks at a ferry port. The heroin is said to have a street value of around 20 million euro (£16 million).
The drugs were discovered in the back of a lorry bound to be delivered to Lancashire, England, during a routine check by customs officers and members of the Guardia di Finanza.
The drivers have been remanded in custody in a local jail and are expected to face charges of drug trafficking.

Monday, 26 November 2012

Nigeria: University of Lagos Students Win Google Application Contest


Three University of Lagos students, Bolutife Ogunsola, Michael Adeyeri and Willie Aniebiet, have won the Google Apps Developer Challenge for the Enterprise/Small Business Solutions category in sub-Saharan Africa.

The students created the 'Form+ application software', an interface that creates application forms by just dragging and dropping components.

They were rewarded with Chromebooks, $20,000, and a grant worth $18,000 for their school's department.

Tom Cruise Brings Central London to a Standstill


Tom Cruise provoked thousands of Londoners yesterday morning when he brought the heart of the city to a standstill so he could film his new movie.

The actor is currently in London shooting 'All You Need Is Kill' and had Trafalgar Square and surrounding streets shut down for over three hours to film certain scenes. The square was full of armoured vehicles for the dramatic movie shoot.
Residents of London and tourists were left angry as it meant they were unable to visit the sights and trapped in road closures in a two-and-a-half square mile area.


Maternal Sacrifice: A Story of Love, Survival & Hope


It was too late to escape the house through the front door as flames roared across the hallway. Beauty shut the door of her bedroom, where she slept with her daughter Vanessa, then 7, and 4-year-old son Prince, to try and prevent the flames and smoke spreading towards them.
 She called the 119 Emergency Centre for help and screamed through wrought iron bars with all her might to wake her neighbours or draw the attention of any passers-by.

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Britain's Biggest Family Welcomes 16th Child


This British couple are one step ahead of the crowd - they have just welcomed their 16th child! Wao!!!!

Sue and husband Noel Radford, who live in a nine-bedroom house in Lancashire, now have nine sons and seven daughters after welcoming baby Casper last month.
Children are blessings from God, but 16 of them hmmm, she might as well open baby factory to help other couples struggling with child bearing...

Friday, 23 November 2012

Tom Cruise Reunites with Daughter Suri for Thanksgiving


The actor Tom Cruise has been struggling to cope with the distance between him and his daughter Suri since Holmes filed for divorce in June and was awarded primary custody of the couple's only child.
After more than three months apart, the actor welcomed his little girl to London earlier this week for Thanksgiving and he's super excited about the visit. While Mum Katie spent Thanksgiving in Toledo, Ohio, with the rest of the Holmes family.

NBVite: Enjoy Being Single

Very often we tend to focus only on the disadvantages of our current phase or stage in life rather than to appreciate its merits and use it to attain some level of comfort and satisfaction as we wait and prepare for the next level.

Being in a relationship or being married is a wonderful thing to happen to anyone who has come of age. But then, finding a partner and having that conviction in yourself that he/she is the right person can be very challenging. So people at some point, can easily get worried and frustrated in their search. You can easily become desperate and you might start questioning your singlehood.

I am not against relationships but against people's addiction and obsession to relationship and dating stuff that it ruins them of enjoying the first and best phase of their lives. I have seen as young as 13-15 year-old talking about boyfriend and sex. And I wondered, what does she know about dating.

NB Fashion Pick For Today

What does one wear to receive a Commander of the British Empire medal at London's Buckingham Palace?  Well, Kate Winslet went for a smart peplum Alexander McQueen skirt suit with matching pumps and a butterfly-inspired fascinator, and they blended so well. Thumbs up girl!!!!!

Rochelle Wiseman & Marvin Humes Expecting First Baby

The Saturdays' singer, Rochelle Wiseman and Marvin Humes of JLS announced yesterday night on twitter that they're expecting their first baby together. Their bandmates were quick to congratulate them.
The pair are sooo excited about the news, and baby is expected mid next year.

Congratulations to you both!!!

Thursday, 22 November 2012

NBVite: Swedish Woman Accused of Having Sex With SKELETONS

Things happen in this life.....heheheheeee
What could make someone keep human skeleton parts in her bedroom?
A 37-year-old Swedish woman allegedly kept skeleton parts in her flat so she could have sex with them. According to  reports by Swedish news agency, the police found about 100 parts, which included six skull and one backbone, CDs titled 'My Necrophillia' and 'My first experience' as well as photos where a woman is seen kissing and hugging the skulls.

Baby Born With Her Heart OUTSIDE the Chest Survives After Revolutionary Operation

Nothing gives me joy like seeing a baby survive a difficult situation. How they do it, I don't know. New born babies can't express themselves through words, but I can tell you they have the most 'strongest spirit' than any adult.

This story is about a baby girl Audrina Cardenas who was born with a rare congenital disease where her heart formed OUTSIDE the chest, but makes an incredible recovery after a revolutionary surgery, thanks to the team of doctors at Texas Children's Hospital.

The condition - ectopia cordia, which occurs in six to eight of every 1 million babies - claims the lives of 90 per cent of the infants who suffer from it but little fighter Audrina is making strides.

Rihanna's 'Unapologetic' Fashion Choice

If a non-celeb rocks this outfit am sure people will have their mouths whining. For Rihanna, she remains Unapologetic about her fashion choices these days, wearing a baggy pyjama-inspired look with a matching hat (or scarf, whatever you call it) and a gold necklace at N.Y.C. fan event for her new album 'unapologetic'.

Are you sure these are not Chris's shorts and jumper?....Lol...Shhhh
What do you think?

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Gary Barlow Honoured by Queen Elizabeth II

Take That star and X Factor judge Gary Barlow has been awarded an OBE by Queen Elizabeth II, for services to the entertainment industry and to charity, during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace in central London.

Great achievement indeed!!!!

Nigerian Prostitute Thrown Out of the Window in Spain

A Nigerian prostitute was reportedly ‘thrown’ out of a window in Barcelona, Spain. She fell 10m onto a glass roof and became hooked up on a metal bar, which probably saved her life and left her with just minor injuries.

Joseph Stephen, a 41-year-old British was arrested in connection to the incident. The police were called out to a ‘fight’ in Joseph’s flat at around 6am. According to reports, the man was said to be ‘violent and dangerous’ and has a criminal record and an extradition warrant against him issued by the Italian authorities.

 He has been charged with attempted murder and remanded in custody.


Daniel Craig Rated the Highest-Paid James Bond Actor

Daniel Craig is now the highest-paid James Bond star after signing a massive £31million contract to appear in two more films.

The 44-year-old actor who repeated his role as the iconic British spy for the third time in ‘Skyfall’ has exceeded the earnings of his predecessors.

Sir Sean Connery was the first actor to play Bond in 1962, earning £10,000 to star in ‘Dr. No’.
His salary steadily rose, with the average pay for his work on six films in the franchise averaging at £218,000 - around £3million in today’s prices.

Amy Winehouse’s London Home To Auction For £1.8million

Late Amy Winehouse’s Camden three-bedroom house will go under the hammer at BAFTA in Piccadilly for £1.8million on December 3.
The decision to auction the house comes weeks after two dresses were reported stolen from the apartment last month. Her wedding dress and a cocktail dress, worth a combined £130,000, were due to be auctioned in aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Rihanna Paid £5million to turn on Christmas Lights for Westfield Stratford City

Rihanna was reportedly paid around £5million just to turn on Christmas lights.
Thousands of fans gathered at Westfield Stratford City last night to watch her switch on the Christmas lights.
The RnB superstar performed the track Diamonds, from her new album ‘Unapologetic’, on a stage set up in Westfield’s Cherry Park area in London.
In 2011, the act was performed by Justin Bieber.

Former BBC Broadcasting Centre to Reopen as Luxury Hotel

From being the BBC emergency broadcasting centre away from London office, to the BBC engineering training centre; the Wood Norton after having undergone a £4m restoration is set to reopen as a luxury hotel on the 29th of this month.
The property is located in Worcestershire, a few miles from the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Rates at the four-star hotel start from £85 per night including breakfast, or from £235 per night in one of the property’s handful of suites. 

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Nigerian Jollof Rice on London Larder Recipe

Sally Peck writes about families and food on UK newspaper 'The Telegraph', and this week she took on 'The magical powers of Nigerian Jollof Rice'. Couldn't be more proud to be Nigerian...yea

Just to let you know, I had Jollof rice for my dinner last night....and it was yummy.

Second-hand Clothes Could Cause Candidiasis & Hepatitis Says an Expert

Second hand clothes, popularly known in Nigeria as "Okirika" or "Bend Down Select", are capable of causing some known diseases according to medical expert.

A medical expert, Dr Elizabeth Uzorji, has said that second-hand clothes users risk contracting candidiasis and hepatitis. According to her, such diseases were air-borne and could be contracted easily through the constant use of second-hand clothes.

Uzorji went further to say that, "Those that patronise second clothes do not have the slightest idea of who the first user was, and those selling the wares also do not take their time to wash these clothes very well before marketing them. (Point of correction, they don't wash the clothes at all).

The medical expert warns that women who buy inner wears from the second-hand dealers could contract vaginal infections. Hehehe

Please oh, ensure you wash every "OK" purchase with hot water and detergent before use.......

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Would You Love a Snake Cake on Your Birthday?

I personally can't near a snake or anything that looks like it, not even a plastic snake toy. For anyone to prepare something that I'm meant to eat look like a snake, will certainly spoil my day and bring ugly memories in the future.

37-year-old, Francesca Pitcher, from Maidstone, Kent, decided to bake a snake cake for her daughter Claudia's 6th birthday.

Francesca, baked the equivalent of six sponge cakes before carving and sculpting them into the slinky appearance of the python, one of the most lethal non-venomous snakes in the world. She spent a painstaking 12 hours decorating the unlikely birthday cake until it looked like a convincing albino Burmese python. And when she finally brought out the white-chocolate masterpiece at the party, guests weren't sure if it was a snake or a cake.

Mother Dead & a Student Left Injured in Hampstead Car Crash

Neighbours and eyewitnesses today told of chaotic scenes as an elderly driver lost control of his Mercedes, smashing part of a brick wall and pushing over a set of traffic lights, killing a young woman and a student was left injured.

Off-duty doctors who heard the crash rushed to the scene in West Hampstead but were unable to save the unnamed woman in her 30s.

The other injured woman, Amy Werner, 23, was rushed to hospital for emergency treatment, and doctors are hoping to perform surgery on her later today. Ms Werner is a postgraduate bursary student at University of Westminster, enrolled on a course in Events and Conference Management.

Police are investigating the incident.

Monday, 12 November 2012

Check Out Kim K's Train Dress

Kim Kardashian posted this pic of her and her boyfriend, Kanye West, on Instagram with the words, "my baby". Check out her dress! Do you like it or Not?

Man Arrested for Plotting Assault on Prince Charles and Camilla in NewZealand

An anti-monarchy protestor has been arrested in Auckland for allegedly planning an attack on the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall during their tour of New Zealand.

The man, named in the New Zealand media as Sam Bracanov, 74, was held after he was seen on CCTV carrying an unidentified item with which police feared he was intending to launch his attack. It was recalled that Mr Bracanov tried to disrupt several royal tours in the past.

He is said to appear in Auckland District Court on Tuesday.

Royal Mail Releases Last Recommend Airmail Posting Dates for Christmas

British Royal Mail has announced the last recommended posting dates for their customers sending Christmas gifts by airmail.

5th December is the latest recommended date for addresses in Asia, the Far East (including Japan), Australia and New Zealand.

Customers sending cards and gifts to destinations in South & Central America, the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East are advised to send these items by 7th of December.

The latest recommended date for Eastern Europe, the USA and Canada is 10th December, While destinations in Western Europe the latest date for airmail cards and gifts is 12th December.

Please take note and make sure you send your Christmas cards and gifts to friends and families on time, to avoid delays.

Friday, 9 November 2012

Cardiff Students on Naked Calender to Raise Money for Brain TumourCharity

Amy Morfoot, a student at Cardiff University, and her six friends acted after her mother, Sarah, was diagnosed with a grade 3 brain tumour. They stripped off at the university's rugby pitch for a nude Calender to raise £5,500 for a brain tumour charity.

'Since her diagnosis I have developed an understanding of the amazing work charities do to fight and raise awareness of the horrendous disease.' said Amy.

Though the equipment had been generously donated free of charge, Amy said, all of the money raised will go to the Brain Tumour Charity. More pictures after the CUT

Tesco Named National Retailer of the Year at World Food Awards

The all popular Tesco superstore has been named National Retailer of the Year at the World Food Awards for the second year running, putting other big retailers like ASDA and Sainsburys off the list.
In the past year, Tesco has introduced over 1,000 new products and ranges including Irish and Korean foods.

Tesco brought some of its most popular world cuisine to online customers in June, launching a dedicated world foods zone on the website. The zone lets customers order Asian, Kosher, Polish, Afro-Carribean and Halal ranges and also links to the Tesco real food website, providing customers with recipe ideas for exciting new meals.

Enthusiasm Ignites Happiness

A word for someone today.

To the man or woman who complained that riches hadn't made her happy the Master said, "You speak as if luxury and comfort were ingredients of happiness; whereas all you need to be really happy, my dear, is something to be enthusiastic about."

Have a good weekend...

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Kenyan Mother Names Twins After Barack & Mitt

In real life, Barack and Mitt are brothers.

Kenyan woman gave birth to twin boys on US Election Day, naming them after Barack and Mitt, according to Reuters report.

“I named the first twin Barack and the second one Mitt,” Millicent Awuor told Reuters.

The 20-year-old housewife had the twins at a hospital in Slaya, near where President Barack Obama’s relatives, including his half-brother, live.

Several babies born on Election Day were named after Obama across the country, where Kenyans praised the president’s reelection, Reuters reported.

Lady Gaga Donates $1million To Sandy Victims

Lady Gaga was so touched by the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy that she pledged $1million to the American Red Cross to help with relief efforts.

The New York-born singer is known for her philanthropic efforts and had previously designed a bracelet to help with Japanese Tsunami Relief as well as launching the Born This Way Foundation in the US to help young people deal with bullying.

On her website, she wrote: 'I feel like my entire childhood is underwater. The boardwalk in Atlantic City, my old Apts in Brooklyn and LES. All the bars and friends.

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Midwife Tina Lavender to Recieve Damehood at Buckingham Palace Today

Today at Buckingham Palace, 46-year-old midwife from Liverpool, will officially become Professor Dame Tina Lavender.

Dame Tina started at Oxford Street and Mill Lane maternity hospitals, working as a clinical midwife, delivering thousands of babies, and today her dedication and passion for the job has paid off.

I got a letter from Buckingham place, “It said I was invited to become a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire,” says the mum of two from Childwall. “I didn’t know what it meant, so I had to look it up on the internet. I still don’t think I’ve got over the shock.

“It’s a real privilege being able to help women at such an important time of their lives. Some people go into midwifery because they like delivering babies. I liked that bit too, but for me it was also about the mothers, about making sure that they were looked after and that the whole experience was as happy as it could be.”


Great Orator of our time: Obama's Victory Speech

History was made again as President Obama was re-elected as the 45th President of the United States of America. Early hours today he gave his 'victory speech'. Click below to watch the great orator of our time.

Barack Obama Re-elected as US President

Obama, America’s first black president, captured more than the 270 electoral votes needed for victory and further cemented his place in American history on Tuesday with a victory, blunting a mighty challenge by Republican Mitt Romney.

Congratulations Barack Obama.....

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Female Police Officer Collapsed & Died Chasing Suspected Thief

Detective Constable Adele Cashman, died after she collapsed while chasing a teenage phone thief.

The 30-year-old was in pursuit of a suspect just moments after a smartphone was snatched from a 59-year-old woman in Haverstock Hill, Camden when she collapsed at 9.45pm yesterday.

She collapsed in Belsize Park Gardens, Camden, and died in Royal Free Hospital, in Hampstead, London a short time later. She was part of a response team based at Kentish Town police station.

A 17-year-old boy was arrested at the junction of Belsize Grove and a second boy, also 17, was also arrested and a phone recovered. The suspects remain in custody at north and central London police stations.

R.I.P dedicated constable...

Gary Barlow, 'British National Treasure' Says Prince Charles

Take That singer, Gary Barlow was praised by Prince Charles at a music awards ceremony in Park Lane yesterday.

The Prince of Wales paid tribute to the X Factor judge before he was presented with the "Music Industry Trust Award" by Sir Elton John.

In a video message recorded before he went on his Diamond Jubilee tour of Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, the Prince praised his charity work, “not only for my Prince’s Trust and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, but also for Comic Relief, Children In Need and many more”.

He added: “Over the past 25 years, you have become one of the great stars of the British music industry and you are the very embodiment of that rare species, ‘a national treasure”’.

'X Factor' Expands to Egypt & Israel

FremantleMedia Enterprises has signed two new deals to produce local versions of “The X Factor” music competition in Egypt and Israel.

A Pan-Arab version will be aired on the free-to-air TV network CBC in Egypt, with the audition process beginning in November across the U.A.E., Jordan, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon and Kuwait. The series, fully sponsored by PepsiCo, will begin airing in the first half of 2013.

“The X Factor Israel” is also expected to launch in 2013 on Reshet’s free-to-air Channel 2.

Would You Pay £35 Per Hour to be Cuddled by a Professional Cuddler?

You can turn anything to money, just by knowing how.

Jackie Samuel, 29, is a professional cuddler in Rochester, New York, who can make £160 a day and cuddles up to 30 men a week – including pensioners, war veterans, widowers, and people in problematic relationships. Lol

Samuel turned to snuggling with strangers to help pay for her studies and provide for her young son. She advertises her services online and charges £35 an hour. The cuddling can take place anywhere around her cottage, but most clients opt to use her large double bed.

Monday, 5 November 2012

Kim Kardashian: 'British Girls Style Outfits Better than the US'

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian debut their clothing line in Dorothy Perkins this week and Kim says the garments are different to their US ones as they have been so heavily influenced by UK fashion.

She said: "I love British style.

"Girls over here are really creative in the way they style outfits. Maybe it's the weather, but I find girls here are really great at layering different pieces, mixing things up and accessorising to get a look that is unique to them.

Morgan Tsvangirai to Pay £150,000 to Former Girlfriend

The Zimbabwean Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai, has agreed to pay former girlfriend an estimated £150,000 in an out-of-court settlement after he married another woman in September.

Locardia Karimatsenga, 40, claimed Mr Tsvangirai, 60, married her in a customary ceremony last year. She had been seeking maintenance payments of £10,000 a month to keep up the lifestyle to which, she said in court, she had become accustomed to.

A Servant Leader

To progress, society doesn't need 'leaders' anymore.  This doesn't mean that we won't have great men amidst us.  I think great men will come and they will be vital for progress of humanity, but they will be so great that they will refuse to take up this position of leadership.   People will not follow the great men, but will listen to their thoughts, philosophies and views and through their sharing, society will find its way forward.

Take a look at the Bhoodan (Land Gift) Movement, for example. Because it was entirely executed while walking, there was never any centralized leadership. If you think about it, the Buddha too, walked on foot for thousands of kilometres with a few simple thoughts. Yet, because those thoughts were worthy, and he lived in complete harmony with those thoughts, they have spread across the world and are valid even two and a half millennia later.