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’?
Singer songwriter, Writer and Urban Poet Stephan Dante is set to perform live at the Inspiration Awards in Milton Keynes. The event is set for June 10th and will be live on Sky TV.
Head of the awards Tee Minya (Former finalist on Britains Got Talent) announced the capture of the talented and much talked about rising star today. Stephan Dante who’s debut single ‘Nails Did’ became a mini viral hit remains tight lipped about what she will be performing at the Award event.
Local Entertainment Maverick Tara Fowler is about to light up the small picturesque town of Tewkesbury with Musical Motown Extravaganza featuring stars such as Kyle Lettman, Stephan Dante along with other great singers and dancers including finalist from Britains Got Talent ‘Nemesis.
Chinese tech entrepreneur Jayson Ho links up with Singer Stephan Dante for exclusive New Years event in Bangkok.
What happens when Chinese/British entrepreneur and Tech wiz Jayson Ho invites an artist over to his exclusive event in Bangkok and that artist cannot make it? Simple being the guy he is he makes it happen anyway. That’s exactly what happened when Jayson Ho (Head of Tech company D8ii) wanted to have rising star Stephan Dante at his exclusive Chinese new year event at Char Rooftop bar in Bangkok. Stephan Dante was unable to make it due to her son being unwell. Jayson Ho is a man not used to not getting his way and so he contacted Stevie Eagle E from Shlepp Entertainment to set up a live video streaming performance with Stephan Dante to his guests.
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.