Say hello to my ladies in red - my new co hosts of The Sporah Show, Esther & Ethel. Starting from NEXT week Tuesday you'll see these two beautiful ladies hosting alongside me on The Sporah Show, adding some spice to our Gossip segment! And trust me these two looove to gossip and spill the teaπŸ˜‚. From the incredibly chatty Ethel to laugh-out-loud Esther. You can't miss this! My girls will be representing Southern Africa and Western Africa - We'll be discussing everything from Love and money to celebs and all the untouchable (and a little naughty) subjects.
So send us your topics, guys and we'll cover it TUESDAY on the one and only Sporah Show! Remember you can watch us LIVE and call in from wherever you are to be part of the show. Watch this space! πŸ˜‰ #TheSporahShow Esther Tunii on the write. Sugar, spice and SOMETIMES nice - these are the things that conjure up yours truly. Me, Esther Tunii. Your girl is here to tell it like it is and amplify the truth. I'm unapologetic and ready to spill the tea especially when it's piping hot.What do you get when you bring a chatter box, and someone that laughs endlessly together you get my new co-hosts for the Sporah Show's gossip segment. 
Yes you read it right, starting from NEXT week Tuesday, you will see these two beautiful ladies with me as we share the latest gossip, and delve into everything pop culture, real life, politics and so much more. We will be discussing all the taboo topics, and you have an opportunity to join in as we will be broadcasting LIVE right to your TV screen and devices on SKY TV 175 and 
One will ne representing Southern Africa, and the other will be representing Western Africa.
So send us your topic suggestions, and make sure to call us and give us your questions and feedback. Ethel Gondwe in the middle also known as ELAKA: Is a savvy serial entrepreneur with a passion for the creative arts. She has a quirky personality and enjoys a good laugh, which can sometimes contain a hint of shade. 
Her obsession with the colour blue led her to doning blue tresses for almost two decades now, long before having blue hair became a trend; and it has since been her signature look. ELAKA considers herself an introvert, extrovert as she enjoys being in social environments, and at the same time treasures her alone time.
She holds several awards and nominations, due to the many hats she wears as an entrepreneur, including Best Event Promoter, Promoter of the year, Africa4U Outstanding Achievemt Award, Best Female Artist, and Best Online Magazine, just to name a few. As quirky as she is, with a love for sci-fi, Marvel (MCU), DC and The Sims games; Elaka leans on her faith for guidance, and it is that which she uses to try and see the best in people and situations. "I do not believe in giving up on self, and others. 
Life is not about just going from A to Z The End! It is a lot more than that, God has given each of us such amazing and unique qualities and gifts, and it is up to us to tap into them, make the most of them, and share them with the world. 
I beleive the possibilities really are endless. Sometimes being successful is not just about having a huge net worth, you need to stop and ask what your heart worth is; what does your heart feel towards others? Is it hate, envy, jealousy, love compassion, a mixture of all those and more? How you feel towards others will normally show in your actions towards them, and if at all majority of your feelings are amongst the likes of compassion and love, then that is a success in itself. 
As human beings we do have an inherent ability to feel insecure about the smallest things, and it is these feelings that fuel a lot of the carnage we see in today's world. So it is our responsibility to inspire, and speak positivity into people's lives, and help educate them into bettering themselves from the inside and out, and the buck stops with us who are in a position to do just that. 
So I say... Live Learn Love Life and let God lead." 
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Flexing for the gram with our potential mayor of London SHAUN BAILEY, What an exciting moment.

Shaun Bailey is a British politician and youth worker who is the candidate of the Conservative Party in the London mayoral election, 2020. He has been a member of the London Assembly since 2016.
Bailey has worked as a researcher for the Centre for Policy Studies. He stood in the Hammersmith constituency as a Conservative at the 2010 general election and served as the Prime Minister's special adviser on youth and crime from 2010 to 2013.

In 2018, Mr Bailey was chosen as the Tory candidate to take on Labour incumbent Sadiq Khan at the 2020 mayoral election in the capital.

Bailey beat fellow assembly member Andrew Boff and businesswoman Joy Morrissey after a vote by London Tory members. Bailey, a former special adviser to David Cameron, called the nomination “a great honour” and said he would hold Khan to account.
“For someone who grew up in a council house in one of the poorest parts of London, securing this nomination is proof that our city truly is the place where anything is possible,” he said.
“It’s why I’ve spent my entire adult life trying to repay its generosity, either through my 20-plus years of youth work helping to steer children away from a life of crime and towards work opportunities, or my current involvement on the London assembly, where I have done my best to hold the current mayor to account.”

Bailey, 47, said he would focus his campaign on violent crime and the transport budget, as well as housing. “After two and a half years of Sadiq Khan, it is clear we cannot afford more of the same,” he said.
“I look forward to meeting with Londoners in every borough and continuing the conversation about how we can do better to make sure London works for everyone.”
The Conservative party chairman, Brandon Lewis, said Bailey was “passionate about London and has the ideas London needs to continue to be the best capital city in the world”.
He added: “London is being let down by Sadiq Khan, who keeps breaking the promises he made to Londoners on crime, housing and transport. I know Shaun will hold him to account and outline his positive vision for London.”
With Oscar

............. And its a wrap

Full show coming soon on Sky 175!
 We’ll be covering everything from Crossrail issues to teen sub culture. 

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Say hello to Vinka,
CHIPS NA KETCHUP” One of the best song 2018 from East Africa.Uganda's hitmaker, sensational singer, VINKA.
Vinka has in the last year taken Uganda's music industry by storm and is not stopping anytime soon.
Vinca is signed to SWANGZ Avenue Entertainment and since then she has never look back. She started as a dancer, then moved to management, managing her then friend Irene.. and that created a platform for herself and her record label SWANGZ AVENUE.In this interview, we talked about beefing in Music industry... ‬Vinka and her then best friend Irene and her rival Sheeba.When talking about historic accounts of beef in the music industry, the names Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G flash into the minds of most music lovers.‬ Beef has existed since the dawn of time. Since Adam and Eve battled over an apple, humans have been prone to partaking in the time-honored tradition of beefing. But over the centuries, our beefs have become more evolved. With Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, Snapchat, and other shit-talk-friendly apps, musicians can beef in real-time, across any distance. No longer must we wait for months on end to hear diss tracks released on albums to learn of ongoing beefs. f, so let’s take a look.
Here's a look at some of the others
Cardi B v Nicki Minaj
Jay z vs. Nas‬
Radio & Weasle vs. Bebe Cool‬
Davido vs. Whizkid
Drake vs. Meek Mill‬
Diamond vs. Alicia
Lil' Kim v Nicki Minaj‬
Bobiwine vs. Bebe Cool ‬
Rihanna v Ciara‬
Azealia Banks v Iggy Azalea‬
Lady Gaga v Madonna‬
Zayn v Naughty Boy‬
Benzino v Eminem‬Vinka, is the next sensation in the Ugandan Music Industry. ‬we call her, small Madam wit big voice,
Check out CHIPS NA KETCHUP on YouTube.... The video is Dope.It was my pleasure to have you as my guest
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An elderly couple holds hands while waiting to cross a London street.

One question: 
What’s one thing older women would like younger women to know about love and marriage?
When it comes to choosing a mate, I heard again and again: Choose carefully.
Looking back over their long experience, they believe some women are not careful enough. In their view, they tend to do one of three risky and possibly disastrous things:First, they can fall passionately in love and commit immediately, Romeo and Juliet style; second, they can, especially as they reach their 30s, commit out of desperation, for fear that no one better will come along; third, they can drift or fall into marriage without the choice or its reasons ever becoming clear to themselves or others. 
The elders reject these ways of thinking.
“it is better to not marry than to marry the wrong person. Both my husband and I were married once before, and it took that experience to learn this lesson."
Virginia, 73, described rushing into marriage as one of the biggest mistakes anyone can make. So please, tell younger people: When it comes to marriage, don’t rush into things.
Give it time before you jump in. I could have made a major difference in my life if I had chosen my husband carefully, really gotten to know him before committing to the relationships. Know the person in and out before you get married. You think nowadays that you can get out of it easily, but that’s not always the case.
"The biggest mistake is being too quick to enter a marriage," she said. "Get to know that person very, very well in all circumstances, the happiness part and the stressful parts. So both people have to be very willing and very open, and often times make concessions, as they get to know each other. So please, take a very serious look. You cannot mold your spouse into something that you want.''
1. Think the old-fashioned way.
The elders suggest you think about whether your future spouse will be a “good provider.” It’s an old-fashioned term, but it embodies a fundamental truth: marriage may be about love, but it’s also an economic arrangement that unites the financial futures of the partners. So women (and men, too) need to ask: Does my prospective mate like to work? Will he or she hold up their end financially? And can they responsibly handle money? The elders told story after story of having to carry the economic load and handle someone else’s debts and bad financial decisions.

2. Do other people like your partner?

You don't need to make the choice entirely on your own, older women say. Listen to your friends and family: Do they like your partner? Do they think you're being treated well? Do they think your partner is serious about the relationship? I heard from elders who made a wrong choice: “If only I’d listened when people told me this was a bad decision.” 

3. Make a list. Yes, seriously.

Write down an actual list of what you need out of a relationship and whether those needs are being met. Rowena, 69, found the list helped her. "When I met Graham and decided to get involved with him, I sat down with a piece of paper and I wrote pros and cons. I was in my 30s at that point, and I said 'Hmm, you know, this is what I want.' And this guy had those qualities — many more good ones than bad ones.
"By that time in my life, I was awake to what I needed. And really sitting there with a piece of paper did it. It may sound cold-blooded, but I made a list of what I and what he could bring to the situation. At this point I had a little boy and what he needed was very important to me — and it turned out very well."

4. Do your life goals align?

The elders say that women should make sure — before committing — that their partner’s goals for a good life together align with theirs. Unfortunately, such discussions are sometimes not explicit and detailed. They suggest serious discussions about one another’s goals and aspirations for work and career, for how expensive a lifestyle you wish to live, and particularly important — children. Nadine, 65, pointed out that women may assume their partner wants kids. "In fact, a couple may disagree substantially on this issue,'' she said. "In my job, I sometimes counsel young people and a lot of times they say: 'Oh well, we’ll just bracket that question for now.' 
"But sometimes people actually have pretty strong feelings about whether they will or won’t have children. And one person can say, 'I really want children.' The other one says, 'Well, I’m not sure' and they let it go. But sometimes that really means no. And I have seen heartache there as a result. So they should ask: 'Well, what can you imagine your life might be like in 10 years? Does it involve children?'
Of course, both this general advice and the specific tips apply to men as well as women.