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Samuel Eto'o's Wife Captured On Camera Exposing Her Body And Sunbathing In Topless Tags: Samuel Eto'o Intimacy Nude Photos Celebrity Photos
Georgette, the beautiful wife of the highest-paid soccer player in the world, Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o, was photographed sunbathing topless on the edge of a pool in Miami, Florida. Mrs. Eto's is currently in the United States for a vacation and believe to have not notice any paparazzi around to capture a nasty photo of her showing all of Eto'o's goodness. Scroll down for more exclusive photos.

WARNING NUDE PHOTOS

The public have probably not heard much of Georgette Eto'o, though any football enthusiast is a fan of her husband Samuel Eto'o, the captain of the Cameroon national team, considered by many the best African soccer player in the world, and being paid rather handsomely for his league play for FC Barcelona for many years, now for FC Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia.
 
 
All that athlete-worshipping aside, we did conspicuously omit him from our telescopic capture of his wife Georgette by the pool in Miami yesterday, getting a little au natural with her top, as most of the rest of the world is want to do, but still draws serious eyeballs and even complaints in the U.S. Still, as always, we applaud the flashing of the funbags in any and all environs. Good on your, Georgette.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Eto'o and wife
 
Enjoy your stay in the United States, Mrs. Eto'o.

Source: Lartink@beeafrican.info

 images courtesy of M24Degital

Nelson Mandela’s Authorised Book of Quotations Tags: Nelson Mandela South Africa News Famous Africans newsletter2011 African News African Proverbs
Mr. Nelson Mandela, the Father of peace and freedom new 'Book of Quotations' is a very powerful book. Some Quotations dated back in the 1960 to 2000. The book was released by The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory early this year before his 93rd birthday. 

"For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others" Nelson Mandela.
 
The inspirational quotations are organised into over 300 categories for easy reference, including such aspects as what defines greatness in ‘Character’, ‘Courage’ and ‘Optimism’, while we learn from him the essence of democracy, freedom and struggle in the categories such as ‘Democracy’, ‘History’, ‘Racism’, ‘Reconciliation’ and ‘Unity’.
 
Some Selected quotations from the book
 
 “If I had my time over I would do the same again, so would any man who dares call himself a man.” 
— Nelson Mandela, November 1962 
 
 “It is in your hands to make of our world a better one for all.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 25 June 2008 
 
 “Newspapers allow us to hold a mirror up to ourselves.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 3 June 2007 
 
 “Take it upon yourself where you live to make people around you joyful and full of hope.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 7 March 2002 
 
 “I approach every problem with optimism.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 14 February 1990 
 
 “Success in politics demands that you must take your people into confidence about your views.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 29 April 1993 
 
 “People will feel I see too much good in people. So it’s a criticism I have to put up with.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 29 December 1992 
 
 “Without democracy there cannot be peace.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 9 May 1992 
 
 “I came to accept that I have no right whatsoever to judge others in terms of my own customs.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1975 
 
 “Freedom cannot be achieved unless the women have been emancipated from all forms of oppression.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 24 May 1994 
 
 “Without language, one cannot talk to people and understand them” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1994 
 
 “Prison, far from breaking our spirits, made us more determined to continue with this battle.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 10 March 1993 
 
 “In jail I had a lot of time to think about problems.” 
— Nelson Mandela, March 1993 
 
 “Robust and honest exchange of opinions and criticism is necessary for any society.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 6 September 1994 
 
 “I didn’t want to be presented in a way that omits the dark spots in my life.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 16 March 1993 
 
 “We are fighting for a society where people will cease thinking in terms of colour.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 8 March 1993 
 
 “The question of a non-racial society has always been the standpoint of the ANC.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 28 April 1993 
 
 “The masses like to see somebody who is responsible and who speaks in a responsible manner.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 3 February 1993 
 
 “A common touch is of immense advantage, especially on the part of a head of state.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 2 February 1993 
 
 “A happy family life is an important pillar to any public man.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 6 May 1979 
 
 “South Africa is a country of many races. There is room for all the various races in this country.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 31 May 1961 
 
 “Let us all take responsibility for freeing our communities of crime and violence.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 15 October 1994 
 
 “Real leaders must be ready to sacrifice all for the freedom of their people.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 25 April 1998 
 
 “I can only say that I felt morally obliged to do what I did.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 20 April 1964 
 
 “Great anger and violence can never build a nation.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 25 February 1990 
 
 “All South Africans should rededicate ourselves to turning this into the land of our dreams.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 19 July 1998 
 
 “I prefer discussing matters with everyone on a basis of perfect equality.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 28 July 1969 
 
 “It was difficult to concentrate on the negative aspect of your life.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 11 February 1994 
 
 “Part of building a new nation means building a spirit of tolerance, love and respect amongst the people.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 4 July 1997 
 
 “I can’t remember losing my sense of control.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 14 February 1990 
 
 “Social equality is the only basis of human happiness.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 August 1970 
 
 “When you are a public figure, you have to accept the integrity of other people.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 3 May 1993 
 
 “The youth of South Africa made a crucial contribution to the struggle for liberation.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 26 November 1995 
 
 “Our most valued treasure is our people, especially the youth.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 20 February 1997 
 
 “South Africa is producing determined young people whose level of awareness is remarkably high.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 8 July 1985 
 
 “The display of leadership by our youth today gives me a comfort that not all is lost.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 9 July 2008 
 
 “Our children have borne the brunt of apartheid’s ravaging deprivation.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 25 May 1996 
 
 “The fight against apartheid liberated all South Africans.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 23 February 1996 
 
 “We have fought for peace and reconciliation, for social justice, for all men, women and children.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 December 2004 
 
 “It is ordinary people – men and women, boys and girls – that make the world a special place.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 9 July 2008 
 
 “The past is a rich resource on which we can draw in order to make decisions for the future.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 25 February 1990 
 
 “We are in struggle because we value life and love all humanity.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 2 July 1990 
 
 “Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 17 December 2009 
 
 “Our clean flowing rivers must be known by my grandchildren’s grandchildren.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 16 November 2000 
 
 “In time, we must bestow on South Africa the greatest gift – a more humane society.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 September 1997 
 
 “It would be an exaggeration to say I never become depressed.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1993 
 
 “There’s nothing as bad as a leader making a demand which you know can never succeed.” 
— Nelson Mandela, December 1992 
 
 “Our love for children is undiminished.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 December 2004 
 
 “My wish is that South Africans never give up on the belief in goodness.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 10 May 2004 
 
 “The freedom we enjoy is a richly textured gift handcrafted by ordinary folk.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 11 July 1996 
 
 “Will we be remembered as the generation that turned our backs in a moment of a global crisis?” 
— Nelson Mandela, 11 June 2005 
 
 “When people are determined they can overcome anything.” 
— Nelson Mandela,14 November 2006 
 
 “When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1994 
 
 “We tried in our simple way to lead our life in a manner that may make a difference.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 8 June 2002 
 
 “A critical, independent and investigative press is the lifeblood of any democracy.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 14 February 1994 
 
 “I had no specific belief except that our cause was just, was very strong. ” 
— Nelson Mandela, 11 February 1994 
 
 “I never think of the time I have lost. I just carry out a programme because it’s there.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 3 May 1993 
 
 “Difficulties break some men but make others.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 February 1975 
 
 “Many people in this country have paid the price before me and many will pay the price after me.” 
— Nelson Mandela, November 1962 
 
 “The real meaning of the spoken word has to be demonstrated by practical deeds.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 7 June 1990 
 
 “I have never regarded any man as my superior, either in my life outside or inside prison.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 12 July 1976 
 
 “In the life of any individual, family, community or society, memory is of fundamental importance.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 2005 
 
 “I accepted that if you have a problem, you must face it and not gloss over it.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 29 December 1992 
 
 “I like friends who have independent minds because they tend to make you see problems from all angles.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1975 
 
 “The dream of every family is to be able to live together happily in a quiet and peaceful home.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 1 June 1970 
 
 “You sharpen your ideas by reducing yourself to the level of the people you are with.” 
— Nelson Mandela, 13 August 2005 
 
 “It is never my custom to use words lightly. If twenty-seven years in prison have done anything to us, it was to use the silence of solitude to make us understand how precious words are and how real speech is in its impact on the way people live and die.” 
— Nelson Mandela, Closing Address 13th International Aids Conference, Durban, South Africa, 14 July 2000.
 
If the United States of America or Britain is having elections, they don't ask for observers from Africa or from Asia. But when we have elections, they want observers.
Nelson Mandela
 
Source: nelsonmandela.org |
Lartink@beeafrican.info
South Africa woman caught trying to smuggle 1.5 kilograms of cocaine in her dreadlocks [Video] Tags: South Africa News African Women Southern Africa News Drug War Newsletters2011
A South African woman was caught trying to smuggle 1.5 kilograms of cocaine in her dreadlocks on a flight to Bangkok, it was reported on Becember 16, 2011. South African Nobanda Nolubabalo, 23, was arrested and held in Thailand's capital yesterday after customs officers allegedly noticed a suspicious white substance in her hair.

Officials later carried out a search and discovered she had allegedly matted the Class A drug into her dreadlocks before boarding a flight from Brazil.

VIDEO: South African Drug trafficker Caught by Thai authorities

  • The smuggled cocaine had a street value of £93,000
  • Nolubabalo, 23, was hired as a drug mule for £1,200
  • Judges in Thailand can impose the death penalty for drug traffickers

Thailand's Bangkok Post reported that the smuggled cocaine had a street value of £93,000 (4.5 million baht).

The newspaper reported: 'Authorities found something unusual about her dreadlocks.

'A search found traces of white substance which turned out to be cocaine.

'A total of 1.5kg of cocaine was found hidden in her hair.'

Nolubabalo was today being held in custody after being held at Bangkok's international Suvarnabhumi Airport as she disembarked a Qatar Airways flight which had come from Sao Paolo via Doha.
Testing: Officials carried out a search and discovered she had allegedly matted the Class A drug into her dreadlocks
The evidence: Officials laid the cocaine matted dreadlocks on a table in Bangkok customs for testing. The Bangkok Post reported that the suspect had allegedly admitted trying to smuggle the drug and claimed she had done so after being hired to work as a drug mule by a Thailand-based businessman for £1,200 (60,000 baht).

Thailand has some of the toughest anti-drugs laws on the planet, with judges permitted to impose the death penalty for traffickers.

The South African's arrest follows the execution of another South African citizen this week for drug smuggling in China.

Janice Linden, 38, was killed by lethal injection on Monday after she was caught in November 2008 trying to smuggle 3kg of crystal meth into the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou.

South Africa's president Jacob Zuma appealed unsuccessfully to the Chinese government to commute the sentence before she was put to death in prison.
Tough law: Thailand has some of the toughest anti-drugs laws on the planet, with judges permitted to impose the death penalty for traffickers
Drug mule: The South African woman was only paid £1,200 to smuggle the cocaine, which had a street value of £93,000.

Source: gbooza

Juliet Ibrahim To Launch Her Foundation On 26th December Tags: Juliet Ibrahim Celebrity News Foundation Actress Movie Stars Ghana News
Juliet Ibrahim was caught recording in the studio ‘Star Production’ with known and underground artistes. Last weekend, the studio of Nafti was on a flight as the artistes on the song including her colleagues and friend joined in the shooting of the video. The heart touching song preaches about kidney cancer.
 
The JULIET IBRAHIM FOUNDATION is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization focused on creating awareness on kidney cancer and providing necessary interventions to ensure a society free of such issues in Ghana and Africa at large. The foundation is founded by the award winning and celebrated Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim, in her bid to give back to society and be socially responsible.
 
The Juliet Ibrahim Foundation will be launch on the 26th December 2011 at ZANZI BAR in labone.Gracing the occasion’s red carpet are members of the Ghana-Nigeria film fraternity, footballers, as well as other famous celebrities from various industries in Ghana and abroad.
 
Source: NigerianFilms
Nigerian students posted photo of themselves having sex on facebook
Category: Intimacy
Tags: Student News Nigeria News Nude photos Africans & Sex
Due to the graphic nature of the image, we have decided to censor it.

This stupid secondary school boy – after wooing this girl for long and finally had sex with her – thought it was fun to post the photograph on facebook so that he and his friends could mock her.
 
The girl is said to be in their school too, and we’re told she doesn’t know this pic has been secretly circulating on facebook among her schoolmates.
 
Anyone who knows her should please ask her to contact us.
 
Girls be warned! Be careful with what you do and with whom you do it. There seem to be many immature minds out there that think facebook is everything.
 
 
Source: Nollywoodgossip
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