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Sisters Zaziwe Dlamini-Manaway and Swati Dlamini are the granddaughters of Nelson and Winnie Mandela and the stars of the new reality television show, “Being Mandela,” which is launching on COZI TV on February 10 at 9 PM ET (re-airs at midnight ET). The show follows the next generation of the former first family of South Africa through the experiences of Zaziwe and Swati, giving viewers a window into their daily lives, close knit family, conflicts and personal aspirations.
Rock Center with Brian Williams news correspondent Kate Snow reports on sisters who are the fastest endurance runners in the country. Snow addresses the issue many may be asking, are their parents pushing them too far? Meet Kaytlynn and Heather Welsch who have participated in more than 200 grueling races in the past 2 years, on rugged trails and over steep hills, tree roots and rocks. Most weekends, they either train or compete. They both want to win, and they both want to beat each other. But is so much running healthy for young girls.
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As a final tribute to the late great Nelson Mandela, Film Festival Radio pays tribute to him by re-airing a previous show with two of Mr. Mandela's granddaughters, Swati and Zaziwe Dlanini. The sisters were in America in February of this year, to promote their new reality show, BEING MANDELA, on the COZI TV Network. It is with great honor that we had the opportunity to chat with them. Our prayers continue to go out to the Mandela family and the peope of South Africa.
" The Revolution that Nelson Mandela dedicated his life to achieving so many years ago has not yet been completed! Nelson Mandela was nothing less than the pre-eminent strategist, moral guide and military commander of the forces that attempted to carry out that Revolution. He played his role - and what a tremendous role he played! Let us honor his memory by striving to complete that sacred Revolution"
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Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show we celebrate Charlie Wilson's birthday.It's a celebration of Uncle Charlie's career in the music business and the release of his latest CD " Love Charlie"As we celebrate Black History Month we are delighted to have Nelson Mandela's granddaughter Swati Dlamini as she talks about her new reality television show "Being Mandela"AND we welcome the premier of "The Jeff Foxx Comedy Closeup"Our very special guest will be comedian Ruperto VanderpoolAll of this and more TODAY on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show online
http://www.PimpPreacher.com Today on Church Folk Revolution Radio we will take a closer look at how Pastor Robert Lee Manaway & Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church covered the rapes of Timothy Dampier. Min. Timothy Dampier pleaded guilty to 22 counts of rape but Pastor Robert Manaway could have stopped him year earlier by reporting the first case reported to him to the police. How do you feel about Pastor who cover cases of child molestation because they feel reporting it gives no Glory to Christ? Pastor R.L. Manaway.
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