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Kumkum Bhagya, Full Episode 28th September 2021 Written Update, Aliya Provoke Rhea Against Pragya



We are back with the latest episode of Kumkum Bhagya which has become a recent popular serial on ZeeTV and many people have been watching this serial for a very long time. Now, we are going to share the latest episode of the show but before that let’s take a look at the previous episode of the serial where Ranbir and Prachi talked to each other and Ranbir asked Prachi that he doesn’t want to go to Bangalore with Rhea and he can’t stay away from her. Prachi said that she can’t deny it now because she had committed and it will not good if I will say this in front of everyone and Rhea will feel bad.

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Ranbir asked Prachi to go with him but Prachi said that Ranbir is doing good for a couple. Prachi asked him politely that his heart, he will give it anyone very easily. Prachi hugged him and Rhea heard everything outside the room and she thought that on this trip, he will be mine. Ranbir asked her to slap him so, he could find that how she loves him.

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They both talked to each other and Ranbir proposed to her by sitting on his knees and also asked her that she will not reply to him, he will not talk to her. Ranbir said to her that she will have to propose to him in front of everyone.

On the other side, Abhi came inside the Pragya’s cabin and said that today, he wants his salary as it’s salary day. Before this, Pragya heard Tanu and Abhi talk where Abhi was asking money from Tanu and said he need money and when he will get his salary, he will return to her.

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Pragya thought everything and said to Abhi that she can’t give him a salary in cash because she doesn’t have and later, she gave him a credit card and asked him to buy everything despite of alcohol.

Abhi got tensed and said that how could he get an alcohol? Pragya asked him don’t need to ask why he can’t? Abhi asked her that he will earn money from other work. On the other side, Rhea choose dresses to what to wear and she got frustrate from this and planned to go on shopping. On the other side, Pallavi and Dida talked to each other and Pallavi was thinking that Ranbir was not following her and following Prachi and only Prachi.

When Rhea stopped a taxi, she saw Abhi on the road and went towards him. She remembered her memories with him. Suddenly, Pragya came there, and Abhi opened a car for her and Rhea thought that Abhi met Pragya but did not meet her. Rhea thought something else and she found that everyone is her enemy and she will snatch everything.

Rhea called Aliya and asked everything. Aliya said to her that Abhi is Pragya’s driver. Aliya provoked Rhea and said that Pragya is trying to kill Abhi. Rhea said to Aliya that handle my mom and here, I will handle her dearest daughter. Now, the upcoming episode will show that how Rhea will handle Prachi because she is going with Ranbir and Ranbir asked her to propose to him in front of everyone. So, let’s wait for the latest episode tonight.

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Ghanaian-British invents multi-language translator earbuds – The Maravi Post




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Ghanaian-British, Danny Manu has invented language translator ear buds that are able to translate various languages in real-time to languages preferred by users.

The CLIK+ and CLIK S ear buds have reportedly been accepted in the US and European markets.

Danny Manu’s company, Mymanu has said hundreds of thousands of the CLIK + and CLIK S ear buds have already been sold in the US and Europe.

According to MyManu, the company that makes Click, it uses its unique operating system to make this technology work effectively.

For the buds that operate on OS, the system even makes text-to-speech and speech-to-text possible.

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Users do not need to be connected to the internet before using the device, which enables them to communicate with billions people around the world.

The wireless Bluetooth earbuds can also sync with smartphones, enabling the earbuds to learn the language being spoken whilst providing instant translations to the person listening.

The innovator now hopes to add other African languages to the several languages already programmed for live translation on these ear buds.

Manu who self-financed the translating headphones through his business told Keep The Faith that “Like all the other ethnic minority-run businesses within the UK, I had a hard time getting the funding and financial support from banks and government-funded programs that I needed”.

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According to Manu, he made some sales to help raise capital, and also explored crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

He was able to raise £5,000,000 through his different fundraising ventures, according to the Keep The Faith.

“I wanted to help my community and do some good, and Medybird was the perfect solution,” Manu said.

“I saw how COVID-19 was affecting the BAME [Black, Asian, and minority ethnic] communities and my fellow local businesses here in Manchester—it was heartbreaking to watch.”

Danny Manu

Danny on his personal website said he is a “very ambitious, hard-working engineer who strives to develop life-changing solutions to improve people’s life”.

The young entrepreneur is an engineer born in the United Kingdom to Ghanaian parents.

He studied at Oxford Brookes University and had previously worked at Quanta Networks Inc. and MEDYBIRD before establishing MyManu in 2014.

He was recently recognised by Google for his contributions to science, arts and culture.

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Music Has A New Home In The Ayoba Superapp – The Maravi Post




CAPE TOWN, South Africa, 21 October 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Ayoba, the African super app, has announced the launch of a new focus on music in its application. The new Music homepage in ayoba offers a far superior design with enhanced player, and superb artist/ playlist imagery. Users are advised to upgrade their apps to the latest version of the app, 0.42.2, on, to experience it for themselves.  This update of the app will also ensure that users get access to the full feature set of the Superapp – including the recent updates to add voice and video calling to the current chat and channels offering. 

It has been an incredible journey building a music service in ayoba’ says CEO, Burak Akinci. ‘The year started at 40 000 monthly music users and we are currently at 300 000 monthly music users. The top territories are South Africa, Nigeria and Cameroon and we expect this growth trend to continue. The new music homepage in ayoba will further enhance music discovery in the app, and we anticipate a favourable response from users’’.

Simfy Africa [Pty] Ltd, owner of the ayoba app, has also announced the sunsetting of its standalone music streaming service, MusicTime®. MusicTime® was launched in December 2018 in South Africa with its partner, MTN, and was further launched into select MTN markets in subsequent years.  

Simfy Africa [Pty] Ltd have taken the decision to incorporate music into ayoba and not to split their focus by running two independent apps. The MusicTime® app will be closed to new users this week, and will remain open for existing users until the 30th November 2021. MusicTime® evolved as a product from the legacy Simfy Africa music streaming service, which was sunset earlier this year.

We take this opportunity to thank all our Simfy and MusicTime® users for their support. It has been ten years’ since the Simfy service was launched, and the music industry and competitor landscape has changed significantly. We see greater growth opportunity with the music offering in ayoba,’ says Akinci. ‘A direct comparison of the growth of the MusicTime® and ayoba music services for the past year shows a clear preference for the service in ayoba, both in user numbers and plays.

The upgrade of the music homepage in ayoba is the first in a series of upgrades that are forthcoming in the app with our heightened music and content focus.’ The music offering in ayoba offers 20 localised playlists per week per territory. Nigerian music users for example, see a different offering to Cameroonian. Playlists are rotated weekly with favourites updated with new tracks. South Africa has brought the greatest success for music in ayoba to date, with Nigeria and Rwanda following closely.  

The service has seen millions of plays this year, with the top artist across the continent coming in as Master KG and top song as Summeryomuthi by Blaq Diamond. The same song takes top spot for South Africa with Makhadzi coming in as the top artist. Olamide takes the honours for Nigeria as most played artist, with the top song being Naira Marley by Zinoleesky. Top artist for Ghana goes to Sarkodie with the top song coming in as Inna Song by DarkoVibes. Honours for Rwanda goes to Diamond Platinumz and top song is South of the Border (feat. Camila Cabello & Cardi B) by Ed Sheeran. Cameroon and CongoB have been listening to Fally Ipupa with top song as Mon Meilleur Ami by Rosny Kayiba.

 Ayoba’s weekly Top Songs and New Music Fridays playlists have proven to be the favourite across all territories. Other top playlists that are notable are Gloire à Dieu for Cameroon and CongoB. Ziyaduma! For South Africa, Olamide: Birthday Playlist in Nigeria and Ghana’s Top 50 songs.

Distributed by African Media Agency (AMA) on behalf of Ayoba.

About Ayoba

2021 has been a fast paced year so far for team ayoba. In September, the Super App launched a dynamic, high profile above the line media campaign titled: ‘Life inside ayoba’.  Ayoba also announced an achievement of 8 million monthly users, a steep rise from the announcement of 5.5M monthly active users earlier in 2021. 

To date Ayoba has over 160 content channels across various categories. 

In partnership with MTN, MTN customers are automatically allocated free data to use ayoba features (with the exception of Benin). Free data allocations can be used for all activities available in the app – including messaging, browsing, gaming and listening to music, and customers can also download the app data free at Users are advised that voice and video calls are excluded from the free data provisions.   

Since its launch in May 2019, ayoba has reached millions of users. It offers users free access to an ecosystem of digital and rich media services through channels, micro-apps and payment solutions, embedded within an African super-app. 

Ayoba is highly localised and tailored for African and Middle East consumer needs, supporting 22 relevant languages. Users can send and receive encrypted messages, share photos, videos, files and voice notes and can also subscribe to live channels. Family friendly localised content is available through curated channels aimed at entertaining, educating and empowering communities as well as a range of games. Ayoba is available for Android users on the Google, Transsion, Huawei, Samsung and BeMobi stores as well as the ayoba website ( The PWA can be accessed at

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South African town of Phoenix still scarred after deadly unrest – The Maravi Post




On the face of it, Phoenix is a peaceful South African town, with affluent homes, a shopping centre, and several places of worship perched on a hill.

So peaceful that Mahatma Gandhi started a settlement and printed a newspaper there to spread his ideas of non-violence in the early 20th century.

But more than 30 people were killed three months ago on the streets of this mainly Indian town of 180,000 people, in an outbreak of vigilante violence as South Africa experienced its worst unrest in decades.

The victims were mostly black residents of Inanda, a township of corrugated iron houses and palm trees that spreads across the next hill from Phoenix.

Three months later, wounds are still tender and suspicion rife. Vigilante groups continue to patrol at night.

Nationwide violence erupted in July after former president Jacob Zuma was jailed for 15 months for ignoring a judicial investigation into graft during his time in office.

Mobs overwhelmed police in Durban, 25 kilometers (15 miles) south of Phoenix — prompting residents to form armed vigilante groups.

The racial overtones in July were impossible to miss. Most rioters shown on television were black, potentially altering perceptions of people from Inanda as they passed through Phoenix.

Police said at least 36 people were killed, including 33 black men — or almost one in ten of the death toll of 350 across South Africa.

Some of the dead in Phoenix were shot in the head, while others were beaten to death, or even suffered both.

More than 50 people have been arrested on murder charges.

One woman with Indian roots said nine of her neighbours were now behind bars, including her father.

“He didn’t do it. We are not racists,” she said, listing her “black friends” and a pointing to a black neighbour.

“It was a bad time,” she said. “Everyone was out on the roads to protect our community.”

People are still being reported for involvement in the violence three months on, and tensions between the two communities are high.

‘It’s racism’

The hangover from the violence has influenced political campaigning ahead of local elections scheduled for November 1.

Hundreds of businesses were looted and torched during the outburst.

Meanwhile the main opposition Democratic Alliance has stoked tensions, putting up posters hailing as “heroes” those behind what has become known as the “Phoenix massacre”.

“They called us heroes because they want our votes,” said an outraged resident who did not wish to be named.

Before the violence, Phoenix and Inanda co-existed, despite crime on the streets in one of the world’s most violent countries.

“Cars are being carjacked, houses are broken in. But this, I’d never seen this before”, said private security guard Mark Nadasen.

‘It’s racism’

“I can’t stand next to an Indian person today,” said Inanda resident Charmaine Mhlongo, 39.

Her 19-year-old son Sanele Mngomezulu was killed on July 12 while driving around with a group of friends.

They ran into an armed patrol outside Phoenix, which opened fire. Mngomezulu was killed by three bullets as he fled the scene.

Mhlongo believes “Indians” killed her son.

“It’s racism,” she said in her modest kitchen, clutching a photo of her son.

Other township residents claimed they heard Indian vigilantes shouting, “Kill the kaffirs”, using South Africa’s worst racial slur.

Under white-minority rule, which ended in 1994, Indian and mixed-race South Africans were classed as “coloured” with more rights than the majority blacks.

“We were made third-class citizens, while Indians were regarded as second-class citizens,” said Pastor Vusi Dube, who buried several victims in Inanda during the unrest.

Even today, many Phoenix residents employ black people as shop assistants and domestic workers.

Among residents too cautious to give their names, many suspect that some in power deliberately stoked the violence.

Days before the unrest, alarming messages circulated on social media, warning: “They are coming for your house, they are going to burn your house.”

“Some people wanted this to happen,” said one resident.

Source: Africanews

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