Saturday, 2 April 2016

JPC Records & Emi-me Entertainment Presents Bebekingcan Newest Single titled "Baba Nkano" #CAPMusic

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JPC Records & Emi-me Ent Presents Bebekingcan official Single tittled Baba Nkano, Lets enjoy the real Fuji Hip Life from our very own indigenous act Bebekingcan.
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What connects these two women? #CAP

UK twins turn heads: One is white, the other black.
 Here's a pair of twins no one will have trouble telling apart: One is white, and one is black.
Thanks to a rare quirk of nature, Lucy is the alabaster-skinned redhead, and Maria has their part-Jamaican mother's dark skin and hair.
Images of the Aylmer sisters of Gloucester, United Kingdom, rocketed around the Internet this week when a British newspaper carried their story.
"I can't stop crying! This is all so amazing," Lucy Aylmer posted on Facebook.
The girls were born to a white father and a biracial mom in 1997, according to the Daily Mail story that started all the fuss.
    'No one ever believes we are twins," the newspaper quoted Lucy Aylmer as saying. "Even when we dress alike, we still don't look like sisters, let alone twins."
    Appearing Tuesday on "Good Morning Britain," the sisters said they're always facing doubters who can't believe they are related, much less twin sisters.
    Some even asked whether Lucy was adopted, she told the show. 
    "It was pretty hard," she said. "It went on in secondary school as well, and it wasn't very nice."
    Maria said they've been told the chances of such an occurrence are "one in a million."
    The BBC, reporting on a similar case in 2011, said it was more like 1 in 500.
    No matter the odds, the sisters say they're happy with how they look.
    "Maria loves telling people at college that she has a white twin -- and I'm very proud of having a black twin," Lucy told the Daily Mail.
    "My family is beautiful," she posted on Facebook. #CAP

    Wednesday, 30 March 2016

    Enjoy Tayo Faniran - Say No (Official Video) as we celebrate this young icon Birthday Party aftermath "Hydro Lounge" #MVPNight on 31st Thursday, 2016. #CAPMUsic

    Our woman crush wednesday #CAPFashion

    Lets meet our #WCW Bonang Matheba a television host, radio personality and business woman.

    in Gert-Johan-Coetzee's design


    Looking fly in that black dress

    The fashion icon rocking it in Gold

    Dressed by Gert Johan Coetzee



    #Fashionblogger

    dressed by Mac Duggal

    Looking stunning in a white Gert-Johan Coetzee jumpsuit

    Our fashionista is stunning in white

     

    Join us at Hydro Lounge this Thursday for another #MVPNight we're Celebrating our very own #Bigbrother Tayo Faniran ft. International DJ Waxxy #CAPEvent


    Here comes another Birthday party for #Bigbrotherafrica Dbanjfellaz Tayo Faniran 'Randburg stand up' lets turn up for our very own product of west Africa ruling across the whole continent,  eyan  Banga Lee #SirUti 


     also joining us to celebrate our icon our oga at the top #AfricaNo1dj #International DJWwaxxy @hydrolounge #MVPNight Thursday 31st of March, 2016.

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    EgyptAir hijack: Cyprus airport hostage drama ends #CAPNews



    Hostage drama ends after EgyptAir jet is diverted to Cyprus with man wearing a suicide belt that turned out to be fake.


    The hijacker of an EgyptAir passenger jet was arrested at Cyprus' Larnaca airport after a five-hour standoff. No one was hurt in the incident after the man surrendered to authorities.
    The EgyptAir domestic flight from Alexandria to Cairo was hijacked on Tuesday morning and forced to divert to the island.
    Egypt's civil aviation ministry said the pilot of the plane, Omar al-Gammal, was threatened by a passenger strapped with explosives, but it later said the hijacker's suicide belt was fake.
    Photographs shown on Egyptian state television showed a middle-aged man on a plane wearing glasses and displaying a white belt with bulging pockets and protruding wires.
    Conflicting theories emerged about the hijacker's motives.
    Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said the man seemed to have a personal motive and the incident was "not related to terrorism". Cyprus state TV said he wanted to contact his ex-wife, who is Greek-Cypriot and lives in Larnaca. 
    Earlier reports said the man demanded the release of women prisoners in Egypt.
    EgyptAir said flight 181 had 81 people on board, including a crew of seven. Most were released shortly after landing in Cyprus.
    At 11:30 GMT, the last seven people were seen leaving the aircraft, one whom escaped though the cockpit window. 
    Speaking to reporters after the crisis ended, Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismail said the hijacker was an Egyptian national but that his motives remained unclear.
    "At some moments he asked to meet with a representative of the European Union and at other points he asked to go to another airport, but there was nothing specific," he said, adding the man would now be questioned to ascertain his motives.
    Cypriot foreign ministry official Alexandros Zenon told reporters that during the crisis the hijacker appeared to be "unstable".
    Witnesses told Cyprus Mail newspaper the man threw a letter on the tarmac of the airport in Larnaca, written in Arabic, asking that it be delivered to his ex-wife.
    "Our passengers are all well and the crew is all well ... We cannot say this was a terrorist act ... he was not a professional," Egypt's Civil Aviation Minister Sherif Fethy told reporters.
    Egypt's vital tourism industry was already reeling from the downing of a Russian passenger plane in the Sinai in late October.
    President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has said it was brought down by an attack. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) has said it planted a bomb, killing all 224 people on board. #CAPNews



    Sunday, 27 March 2016

    Boko Haram Leader, Abubakar Shekau Surrenders #PrayforNigeria #CAP

    The Countdown is over, Join us today for Suya Sunday Experience at the Sands Sandton. #CAPEvent

    Join us for another Suya Sundays Experience taking place today 27th March 2016: Suya Sundays Experience embodies Pan African parties held around the continent.... Tons of awesome food, great company and a celebration of Afro Pop, Dancehall, House & Hip Hop music that has emerged from the continent. Get your tickets today to discover the sounds and flavours of Africa at Suya Sunday Experience.


    Event Info:

    Today 27th March, 2016. | The Sands Sandton |  12 Midday Till late.

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    Sanders wins Alaska Democratic presidential caucuses #CAPPolitics

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Alaska Democratic party’s presidential caucuses by a wide margin Saturday over former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
    Large crowds and long lines were reported at some caucus sites, including in Juneau, where the caucus got started about 45 minutes behind schedule as people continued to show up.
    Some participants were decked out in political regalia - pins and T-shirts proclaiming their candidate of choice - and campaign signs bobbed above heads in the crowd.
    Kirsa Hughes-Skandijs said her strong belief in Bernie Sanders as a candidate brought her to her first caucus. The 38-year-old, wearing a black Sanders’ T-shirt to a caucus site in downtown Juneau, said she had never donated to a candidate before Sanders before, either.
    “This is the first time I’ve ever felt that kind of belief in a candidate, that they mean what they say and that they are not saying what they think people want to hear,” she said.
    Kim Metcalfe, of Juneau, said she supports Clinton. She cited Clinton’s experience and said she has more confidence in Clinton’s ability to govern.
    President Barack Obama “did well for himself, considering what he was up against,” Metcalfe said. “I don’t think Bernie could do that. He says everything I believe in, I just don’t think he can govern.”
    Clinton and Sanders, the two major candidates in the race, each set up campaign offices in Alaska ahead of Saturday’s caucus. The third choice for caucus-goers Saturday was little-known businessman Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente of California.
    The day got off to a rocky start in Anchorage, where dozens of people showed up to have coffee with Sanders’ wife, Jane Sanders, at the Bear Tooth Theater. But she didn’t show up. A campaign spokesman said there was a last minute schedule change.
    Those standing in line were told to go the caucus site at Anchorage West High School, where parking attendants were directing drivers to lots that were already filled to capacity.
    Daniel Duque was first in line waiting for doors to open at the school so he could caucus for Bernie Sanders. Duque, 35, said the system is broken and Sanders is the only one who will make changes all at once to fix it instead of approaching it incrementally.
    But Duque said he’s fine if Clinton winds up being the nominee. The Democratic candidates are far better than the Republican candidates, he said. “That’s comparing Dumpster fires and rainbows,” he said. “It’s completely different.”
    Unlike the state GOP’s presidential preference poll held earlier this month, in which Republican voters cast ballots for their presidential pick, state Democrats arranged themselves in groups according to the candidates they support.
    A group needed to get support from at least 15 percent of the attendees in a given district or they had to disband. Caucus-goers for candidates meeting that threshold were charged with electing delegates to the party’s state convention in May in proportion to the vote for the candidates.
    Those elected to attend will take part in a “fan out” process similar to the caucus process that will decide how 16 of the state’s 20 delegates to the national convention are proportioned. The other four are party leaders free to support whomever they choose. Metcalfe is one of those four.
    State Democratic party spokesman Jake Hamburg has called the caucus an example of “grassroots democracy” where neighbors come together to talk about candidates. An advantage to holding the caucuses the same day as Hawaii and Washington state held theirs was getting two extra delegates as part of a Democratic National Committee effort to encourage regional participation, he said.
    The largest voting bloc in Alaska doesn’t identify with a political party, and there are nearly twice as many registered Republicans as Democrats.
    U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz edged Donald Trump to win the state GOP preference poll but both were assigned the same number of delegates by the party - 14 - after U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, the only other Republican candidate to win delegates, suspended his campaign.
    AP reporter Mark Thiessen contributed to this report from Anchorage, Alaska. #CAPPolitics