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“Saga Is Love-Starved” – Pamilerin Opines On The 14th Episode Of The Buzz With Toke Makinwa

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Sometimes, there’s nothing better than being able to catch up with a week of your favourite show in 30 minutes. But Showmax proves it can get even more rewarding with social commentaries from some of the most delightful guests and a host like no other, Toke Makinwa.

This weekend, she sat down with Nollywood star Lilian Afegbai, Social media influencer Pamilerin Adegoke, and multimedia personality Stephanie Coker-Aderinokun. They broke down week 8 in Big Brother’s house with no-holds-barred conversations and striking opinions.

Week 8 Highlights In Minutes

Lilian Afegbai was Toke’s first guest on the show, and together they broke down the highlights. Laughing until she was doubled over, the actress told Toke one of the best parts of the week for her was watching the housemates mimic each other. She said that Pere’s imitation of Angel was perhaps the most hilarious of them all.

She said that she likes that Saga has accepted that he is Nini’s handbag and couldn’t possibly be a strategy. Toke thinks Nini is encouraging Saga’s behaviour and that just led to an argument between the ladies. Lilian said that she could accept that Nini also likes Saga, but definitely not enough to be a boyfriend. They moved on to Liquorose and Emmanuel. They agreed that they are both sweet and that Emmanuel is such a fine man. She ended the conversation by adding that Saskay in that house was black spice, and she was needed.

The Bonds, The Fake Fights, And The Sex Conversation

Pamilerin joined Lilian at this point to talk about how the relationships are doing. They started the segment by talking about Queen’s candid conversation about her sex preferences with Cross. Everyone agreed that it was okay to be upfront about what you like that way.

The discussion shifted to the ‘EmmaRose’ ship. Once again, all of them poured accolades on Liquorose for the way she handled her task from Big Brother. They said it was impressive, and it proves that she has her eyes on the prize. Finally, in the section, they talked about Yousef and Cross’ ‘fight’ for Angel. Lilian and Pamilerin said they’d put their money on Cross if there was a real fight. Toke said she’ll support Yousef because quiet guys are dangerous and have inner peace.

The Real Fights And Gbas-Gbos In Week 8

Stephanie joined the rest of the guests to talk about the theatrical fights between Saga and Pere, and Cross and Nini. They started with the latter duo, and Toke came in hot for Saga, saying his involvement in their conflict annoyed her. She expected him to put Nini in check. Steph noted that Nini went overboard with the fight and said many ‘below the belt’ things to Cross. Toke thought that Cross’s breakdown was just proof that he’s genuine, human and emotional.

They moved to Saga and Pere. Toke said that Pere likes to pick on people he believes are weak and that his only version of friendship is when he’s the head. Everyone agreed that Pere’s behaviour is influenced by his military background. They believe that he plays mind games, and he’s very intentional about what he does. Lilian added that he’s just playing his game, and he’ll crush anyone in his path. They also talked about Saga, agreeing that his ‘gum body’ with Nini may be an abandonment issue, or maybe he’s just love-starved.

Week 8’s Standout Moments On The Buzz

Again, Saga was at the centre of conversations during this segment. Toke thought he should have served his punishment for not completing his Biggie task alone. All the guests agreed that he has lost sight of the N90 million he initially came into the house for and has decided that Nini is his prize. Once again, they praised Liquorose for the way she handled the task. The ladies acknowledged that Liquorose could pull off the mission because she’s a woman. They said women barely ever lose sight of their goals, especially where money is involved.

They also talked about Nini and Saga getting strikes. This is Saga’s second strike, and Lilian believes he needs to be very careful because Pere will try to trigger him. If Saga gets another strike on the show, he’ll be automatically disqualified. Everyone also concluded that they were sure that Pere would try something on Saga. Toke says that it’s sad because Saga does not even have a woman that will help to keep him grounded. Again, it was unanimous that Nini is for herself and will not be doing the most to keep Saga safe.

The Conclusion

The secret diary session saw housemates talk about their emotions about nominations and their various tasks. It was also the place to tell Biggie about their relationships, rant about the house, and simply let loose. Afterwards, the guests came to the conclusion that all the housemates are crazy. They exempted Cross from that list, saying he’s a baby and super genuine.

As always, Toke asked her guests who their MVP of the week was. Steph and Pamilerin chose Liquorose because she handled Biggie’s task of not talking to her partner in the house, Emmanuel. Lilian also said she leaned towards Liquorose, but she’d instead pick Pere. She said she liked the way he executed the imitation task and his version of how Angel acts. Toke’s MVP was Cross because he has such great restraint and cap on his emotion. She said that his fight with Nini was an actual test of his character.

She ended the show by asking them who they thought was going home on Sunday. Lilian said if it’s two people, then her money was on Saskay and Yousef. Pamilerin, Toke and Steph chose Saskay and Emmanuel. They added Angel to the list if three people are sent home. Pamilerin got the last word in on that, saying Cross and Yousef were going nowhere, especially Yousef.

The Buzz is exclusive to Showmax and airs on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Download the Showmax app on your iOS or Android device to stay updated on the drama from the BBNaija’ Shine Ya Eye’ edition.

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Rosatom Supports Women’s Health In South Africa

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Rosatom together with the South African Tourism Ministry and the Russian Embassy to South Africa are providing support to young women from Mpuluzi High School in Mayflower. On October 15, the company held an inaugural event aimed at dealing with period poverty by providing women with personal care products and personal hygiene information.

Are you familiar with the term “period poverty?” It is a global sanitation issue affecting millions of females around the world because women and young girls who menstruate are still ostracized.

It is estimated that roughly 7 million South African girls on their period often miss one or more days of school, totaling up to 20 percent of the school year, and some drop out altogether. The cultural shame associated with menstruation often prevent women from studying and work.

According to UNICEF, 2.3 billion people worldwide live without basic sanitation, making it difficult for women and girls to manage their menstrual cycles. Poor hygiene during the menstrual cycle can in turn cause health risks related to the reproductive and urinary organs. Many also cannot afford personal hygiene products because of the “pink tax” (a markup on women’s products similar to men’s). Period poverty also affects psychological wellbeing as women become embarrassed of their own bodies.

In order to resolve this global issue urgently two things need to be done: breaking the taboo around a normal biological process and providing access to personal hygiene products.

Starting October 15, Rosatom began supporting the girls at Mpuluzi High School in Mayflower, Mpumalanga with sanitary products. The company has also organized a discussion on female hygiene, inviting a local expert to interact with the learners. The hygiene products were supplied by Palesa Pads, an organization, which manufacture reusable hygiene pads with a shelf life of up to 5 years, providing a reliable and environmentally friendly long-term solution to a critical problem faced by young women across the globe.

 “The biggest problem of the period poverty is that women have to choose between buying food and buying period products and it shouldn’t have to be a choice. The other issue is silence. Not enough people or companies talk about it. By supporting this initiative, we are not only helping girls, we are also raising awareness. We do hope to see more and more companies joining us in the fight against period poverty. We hope that in the future, this perfectly natural female process will no longer prevent girls and women from reaching their potential and fulfilling themselves because of missed opportunities,” exclaimed Evdokia Polyakovskaya, PR Manager at Rosatom Central and Southern Africa.

According to Ilya Rogachev, Russian Ambassador to South Africa: “My country has never been indifferent to the fate of African nations – in the past Russia rendered assistance to African nations in their liberation struggles against oppression. Today, all be it in a small way, we pledge our support in the liberation of young African women. I believe it is our common duty to help our children to walk along this thousand-mile-long path as long as we can, as we attach our best hopes for a better future to our children, and the generations to come.”

The event is only the first step towards achieving the UN SDG 5 (Gender Equality) in South Africa and overcoming the taboo and stigma surrounding the menstrual cycle. The company plans to continue raising this issue and expanding partnerships in the future.

About Rosatom

Rosatom is a global technological leader, with capacities in the nuclear sector and beyond, and business partners in 50 countries. As one of the pioneers of the nuclear industry, Rosatom has traditionally been at the forefront of the international nuclear market, including nuclear power plant construction, uranium mining and enrichment, and nuclear fuel fabrication and supply.

Today, thanks to the unique expertise accumulated over 75 years, the company is conquering the markets of new promising high-tech products. Hydrogen energy, energy storage, nuclear medicine, wind energy, composite materials, logistics business, environmental solutions – in total, more than a hundred new businesses, which cement Rosatom’s standing among the leading tech giants.

The Rosatom business strategy is guided by the international sustainable development agenda. Rosatom makes a significant contribution to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a low-carbon electricity company, developing nuclear, hydrogen and wind energy. Annually, Russian-designed nuclear power plants prevent more than 210 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions, which is the main cause of climate change.

The nuclear power plant being built by Rosatom in Turkey is the first nuclear project in history to receive a sustainable loan. In 2021, the company has placed its first issue of green exchange-traded bonds. Since 2020, ROSATOM has been a member of the UN Global Compact Network.

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Courtnaé Paul Gets Real On Her Thriving Career In The Local Entertainment Space

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Ever since she burst onto the scene as a B-Girl prodigy, Courtnaé Paul has continued to push the limits when it comes to her career. Today, she is an established musician, choreographer, media personality and influencer who never settles for anything less than perfection. The star just dropped her brand-new single ‘Ooh Wee’, announced her stint as a mentor and choreographer on the exciting new series ‘Dance Africa Dance’ and is one of the ambassadors for the exciting launch of the Volkswagen Golf 8 GTi.

Now, Courtnaé Paul opens up about her exciting career so far:

You just dropped a brand-new single ‘Ooh Wee’ with Da L.E.S, Money Badoo and Phantom Steeze. Talk to us a little bit about the inspiration behind the track.

The motive behind the song was really just to give people a good time. I wanted to create a vibe that makes you feel like we haven’t been in lockdown for as long as we have. As the country begins to open up, I wanted to bring the party vibe along with it too. 

What was it like working with these acts in the studio?

With Phantom Steeze and Money Badoo being new wave artists, and L.E.S being an OG in the game, this collaboration brought something exciting and unexpected to the scene. Pairing artists that are different but which complement each other it’s always tricky, but this one flowed and felt very natural. It has all the makings of a fire track and I am so excited that people are loving it.

You’ve recently released beautiful visuals for your single ‘No Other Way’ with Rowlene and Manu Worldstar. Tell us more about that.

I wanted the video to look like the song sounded and I was inspired to create a video from exactly how the music made me feel. I’ve got a deep love for Afro and Kizomba and the song plays in that spectrum as well. All this coupled with an amazing director like The Lotus Sutra made sure that everything we envisioned came to life and it’s a project I’m very proud of.

Obviously, you made a name for yourself as a B-Girl. How do you push yourself to being the best?

I push myself to being the best I can be. In this case, my best just so happens that my best is actually thee best. Haha! I’ve never been one to half-do anything, so if something has my interest you’ll really see it in the execution. This been a monster dance year for me so far. I won the Red Bull BC One B-Girl S.A. final and I will be off to Poland in November for the world final. I’ve also just recently won Breaking for Gold which will give me my SA colours and set my sites on the 2024 Olympics, with the first stop being in Paris this December.

You’re also a mentor and choreographer on Dance Africa Dance. What inspired you to be a part of that series?

I love being involved at the beginning of something – especially when it encompasses a fusion of culture, music and dance, everything I am incredibly passionate about. This is a show that started in India, travelled to Singapore and now has its first season in Africa. The show will be played in all 52 African countries, the UK and the Indian islands which is really exciting. I back anything that gives our talent a platform to shine which is why I was really excited to sign on to this series.

Collaboration is obviously incredibly important in progressing as both an entertainer and an influencer – a space you have also tapped into recently. What, in your opinion, is a great influencer?

I’m not sure what makes a great influencer but I find it works best when you’re authentic about the projects you work on. Social media has somewhat made all of us influencers, even if you never intended to be one. It’s allowed me to connect with my dream brands and create all-encompassing campaigns. I’m currently working on a campaign with VW called #GTI8OnTour as part of the JHB team alongside Donovan Goliath and Khutso Thaledi. This campaign sees us as an integral part of the launch, pushing out the information, testing the cars, encouraging fans of the car to download the app, play the game and win themselves tickets to the launch events around the country and even taking it offline where I’ll be DJ’ing at the launch fest in Jozi on 16 October.

What else do you have up your sleeve over the next few months?

Over the next few months I’ll be traveling to complete internationally, while releasing more music, dropping new music videos and collaborations with brands like G-Star RAW and Volkswagen. You can see me flying around in the Golf 8 GTi, DJ’ing at venues around the country, or on your screens every weekend for Dance Africa Dance on ZeeWorld. Join me for the ride!

For more information on #GTI8OnTour and how to win tickets to the car-meets in Cape Town at the CTICC Parkade on 2 October, Durban at the Cornubia Mall Parkade on 9 October and in Johannesburg at the Fourways Mall Parkade on 16 October, download the app here: http://golfgti8.onelink.me/CoRl/57881e5.

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Guinness & Incredible Zigi To Give Away Newly Released iPhone 13 & Other Juicy Prizes In Guinness Black Shines Brightest Dance Challenge

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Your number 1 stout beer, Guinness and Ghanaian dance sensation, Incredible Zigi are set to give out a brand-new iPhone 13 to the winner of the Black Shines Brightest Dance Challenge.

The dance challenge is a call from Guinness to everyone who is bold, golden, bright, and ready to be a part of the wave of cultural change makers in Ghana.

To mark the commencement of this challenge, Incredible Zigi and his team of Incredible dancers stormed the Accra Mall in full energy and vibe to pave way for all cultural change makers in a flash mob.

There shall be weekly rewards of high-quality sneakers, Bose speakers and beats by Dre with the ultimate winner walking away with the newly released iPhone 13.

To participate in this challenge, using the soundtrack for #Blackshinesbrightest (https://bit.ly/2XsHg3T) record and upload a video of yourself doing the #Blackshinesbrightest dance and add a freestyle at the end to showcase how bright you can shine.

The video with the most shares, views and creative dance moves, stands a chance to win the ultimate newly release iPhone 13. Participants are reminded to tag @incredblezigi and @guinessgh and must not forget to add #BSBDancewithZigi

Just like Incredible Zigi, Guinness is bursting with life. It is a flavourful, bold and dynamic beer, sparkling and brimming with energy and exuberance. It is the liquid embodiment of a black shines brightest attitude and open to all who are ready to make a change in the cultural wave and shine bright.

Does dance make you shine the brightest? Show us what you’ve got and join the #Blackshinesbrightest dance challenge.

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