Eden Roc resort in Miami to implement changes after African celebrity Soleil NgoNga suffers theft on a nearby beach.
African celebrity, gospel singer and Philanthropist Soleil NgoNga returned to London after her well-deserved break at the luxury Eden Roc resort in Miami was ruined when all of her personal belongings were stolen on the beach. Soleil NgoNga who flew back to London to take part in the Birthday celebrations of Congo singing star Heritier Watanabe Said she was devastated as so many personal and valuable items were lost in one go. However, the star of ‘A little Ray of Sunshine’ TV show said that she would use the experience to make her stronger and wiser.
Anyone who has had to stand on a stage and perform can testify to how nerve racking this experience can be at the best of times. This experience has been known to break many a person. So you can imagine how much harder it must be for an autistic person who has a difficulty dealing with large numbers of people in everyday life. Prince Bayo known as the ‘autistic Prince’ has to deal with Autism and ADHD. He has been battling with this his entire life and when he has to perform or be around crowds his anxiety levels can go over the top. As he puts it. ‘It takes only one thing to not go according to the plan in my head and I am all over the place.’
African star Soleil NgoNga says her new reality show is not following the Kardashians in style or content.
Reality TV seems to have taken over our airwaves these days. The moment you look around it seems a new reality TV show is about to be launched somewhere. So why should we pay attention to African Star Soleil NgoNga when she tells us she is about to launch her own reality TV show ‘A little ray of sunshine’, and what can we expect from this beautiful and talented African socialite that we have not already seen in ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’?
Open Arms Project promotes reading among children at Centre in Empangeni along with mayor and celebrities.
IT was all promoting reading and storytelling to young children during the official opening of the Siyafunda with Sanlam Centre in Empangeni on Tuesday. The kids’ corner is aimed at encouraging reading in young children and spearheaded by the centre in a joint venture with local businesses as well as Zululand teen Claudelle Botha. The […]
Making a difference: Head of ZuluLand Gospel Choir Mr Banda helps hundreds of kids get shoes for school in Africa.
It may to us in the West seem like such a simple thing. Shoes for our children to go to school. However in many parts of the world something we take for granted, Shoes, are in rare supply and many children amble to school bare footed or with extremely worn out footwear.
When you think of the Billions donated by the UK and other Western countries of which the UK is probably the highest giver, you wonder where all the money is going? It will always remain the case that giving starts at home and local rather than National or International giving is the way forward.