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So sorry for the late post guys but recently-ended Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NYC  kept us busy [that post to come!] Here goes!!!

The 61st annual Primetime Emmy’s were on last Sunday at the Nokia Theatre in LA. A few notables were…

Heidi KlumCute couple Heidi Klum & hubby Seal…she is expecting her fouth child! Kudos Heidi!

Kim KardashianKim Kardashian. Her make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic banged out her face!

Mario wanted to focus on her eyes so…he went the GIELLA cosmetics way and custom blended Aquagirl eyeshadow for the smokey look…nice Kim!

Victoria RowellActress, Victoria Rowell rocked her Obama red carpet gown! Love!

This is so reminiscent of African women who wear outfits with pictures of their Presidents. Nice to see it coming to America! LOL!

Victoria Rowell2

Photo: M&C

The Precious movie is out in November


You asked, here is the trailer…

Featuring BET’s newest late night talk show host, Mo’nique & singer, Mariah Carey…

MoNique on BET

Congressional Black Caucus [CBC] is happening in Washington DC as we speak! Tyler Perry continues to do bad all by himself! This time at the CBC in Washington DC where the Congressional Black Caucus Spouses recognized the contributions of Tyler & artist, Sam Gilliam,  during the 13th Annual Celebration of Leadership in the Fine Arts! Go Tee! [smile]

The 64th session of the UN General Assembly opened on Tuesday, 15 September 2009, at 3 p.m. at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.The GA is made up of 192 members of the United Nations. The GA is convened once a year for “multilateral discussion of the full spectrum of international issues”.

President Barack Obama has arrived in Pittsburgh for the G20 Summit. There is a petition asking for the next G20 Summit to be held in Africa.

Dear Leaders of the G20 Nations, Please hold an upcoming G20 Summit in Africa, and see for yourselves how its one billion people can be part of the global economic recovery.

Lastly Africa’s talk show power-house Felicia Mabuza Suttle graces the October cover for Destiny Magazine. Kudo’s Felicia for being always graceful…still on fire!!! Also heart, heart, heart, Destiny Magazine‘s Founding Editor, Khanyi Dhlomo…she is the business!!! So make sure you pick up your October copy at newsstands in South Africa!

Destiny Magazine Cover - Felicia Mabuza Suttle

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    Hi Farai,

    Thanks so much for the mention. Felicia Mabuza-Suttle is indeed a powerhouse and we hope her story inspires all our readers. To view our exclusive interview with Felicia on DestinyTV, visit

    This is a great blog; keep up the good work!

    Best wishes

    Khanyi and the DESTINY Team

  • Coily Hair

    Wow! So much to comment on… well first, I had NO idea that women in Africa put their presidents faces on their Ankara dresses! I saw Victoria Rowell sporting that look and really didn’t know that it went way back to the homeland. Thanks for the education on that, missy 😉

    That “Precious” trailer really moved me… and was that Mariah Carey in the dark hair? Monique is looking awesome in that picture but omg@ her role in the movie! I can’t wait to check it out.

    That DESTINY mag looks interesting judging from the mentioned topics… thanks to above poster for that link.

  • farai

    Hi Khanyi!

    You are welcome! Again, kudos to you and your Destiny Team for the fab job you are doing with the Destiny Magazine! You are a trailblazer, a pioneer and definitely an inspiration to a lot of us African girls in the diaspora!


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