Kiyana Wraps are throwing in the cocktails to kick off our first highly anticipated workshop! Join the Kiyana Wraps stylists as we regale to head wraps and cocktails, eclectic music among fashionable company.
Come and learn fabulous head wrapping techniques the Kiyana Wraps way and indulge in beautiful surroundings in the heart of Bishopsgate; all within a stone’s throw away from The Gherkin! This is an opportunity to mingle with fashion experts, bloggers and friends and kick off your weekend in perfect style.
Date: Friday 25th July 2014
Time: 18.00 – 21.00 (6PM – 9PM)
WHAT TO EXPECT
Expert styling advice from Nana Shimaya, who will be showcasing this summer’s hottest fashion trends, a live set from British Folk/Soul singer, songwriter and musician Lánre, whose soft and warm vocal texture, exquisite alto notes and superb song writing prowess is quite simply irreplaceable, make-up tutorials and an opportunity to mingle and network. Did we mention goody bags?! Yes we did!
A hand-picked selection of the very best cotton wax fabrics from the DR Congo will be available to purchase, including our ready-made head wraps and jewellery.
KIYANA’S CHARITY OF CHOICE
KIYANA is delighted to support Alopecia UK with a number of projects and initiatives. As a first, for every ticket sold, a percentage of the money will be donated to the charity in support of the wonderful work they are doing in raising awareness and campaigning .
We look forward to seeing!
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DR Congo’s bad boy Fally Ipupa has been blamed by many Cameroonian media sites after he allegedly published naked pictures of his girlfriend – and Samuel Eto’o‘s ex girlfriend of 7 years - Hélène Nathalie Koah. Despite the act still being a rumour, most sites confirm the girl in question formerly dated Cameroon striker, Eto’o but she dumped him for Fally last year. Hélène Nathalie Koah was recently fired from her job at the Cameroon Airport Corporation, Camair Co and reports say she has been hospitalized due to the trauma from the nude photos publication.
In an exclusive interview with a Cameroonian blogger back in 2013, Helen revealed her break up from Eto’o wasn’t peaceful. She said the footballer was angry when she told him off but also told her, “Excuse me, it was I who made you, I will be the one who will defeat you… You want to leave me today because you now have a job… You always have men who will turn around. It does not happen like that…”
Meanwhile, Cameroonian gospel singer Maybelle Boma posted on Facebook,
“Fally Ipupa Official you had no right to violate our Cameroonian sister , Hélène Nathalie Koah. Have you ever posted a Congolese girl pictures online?? How dare you?? You are such a cheap and wicked man. When you dated Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari, did you violate her the same way you did to Nathalie? Cameroonian women back home should respect themselves and don’t allow any foreign musician to take advantage of them. Cheap man with no class that’s who you are, Fally Ipupa”
Neither Nathalie, Eto’o nor Fally have commented so far.
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The actress and UN special envoy Angelina Jolie has said a four-day summit on ending sexual violence during war must send a message that there is no disgrace in being a victim.
Britain’s foreign Secretary has called for sexual violence to be removed from the world’s arsenal of cruelty. William Hague is hosting an international conference to end sexual violence in war zones. The summit includes representatives from more than 100 countries, including Dr Denis Mukwege a gynecologist, founder and medical director of Panzi Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). He initiated the construction of Panzi Hospital in Bukavu which has treated about 30,000 rape victims, developing great expertise in the treatment of serious sexual injuries. The purpose of the summit is to draw up global standards in investigating and punishing sex crimes in conflict zones. An audience with Dr Mukwege was chaired by Vava Tampa, founder of Save the Congo in collaboration with Congo Connect as part of Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Jolie was speaking alongside British Foreign Secretary William Hague, who is co-hosting the London summit with her. The event - the largest ever of its kind - is the result of an intense two-year campaign to raise awareness. Mr Hague said rape was one of the “great mass crimes” of modern times. He called on the more than 140 nations at the summit to write action against sexual violence into their army training.
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(Reuters) – At least 21 people were killed when a power cut caused a stampede at a crowded music festival in Democratic Republic of Congo on Friday, the local government said.
The crush occurred in Kikwit on the first night of a festival to commemorate famous Congolese rumba musician King Kester Emeneya, who died last month.
A spokesman for the provincial government said that 21 people had lost their lives and about 12 others were injured. An inquest had been launched into the causes of the tragedy.
Survivors at the general hospital in Kikwit, about 500 km (300 miles) from the capital Kinshasa, said the power cut led to the stampede towards the exits, crushing people in the process.
“When the power went out we tried to contain the crowd that was outside and wanted to enter the stadium, which was already full,” a policeman said.
“At the same time those inside wanted to get out, that is why there was a crush which resulted in these deaths”.
23 April 2014 – The United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will provide technical and logistical support for upcoming elections, the top UN official in the country today confirmed, stressing that the planning for the polls must be well organized and well-funded.
During a visit at the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI), Special Representative of the Secretary-General Martin Kobler also stressed the need for elections to be properly funded and planned.
“First, [regarding] technical assistance, the 2011 errors shall be avoided,” Mr. Kobler told CENI representative Reverend Apollinaire Malumalu.
The November 2011 presidential and parliamentary elections were marred by violence between members of political parties in almost all of the provinces of the vast African nation.
The UN registered 345 violations committed during the 2011 electoral period, affecting at least 769 victims, including the deaths of at least 41 individuals, according to the UN Joint Human Rights Office (UNJHRO) which includes MONUSCO.
Mr. Kobler, who heads the UN Mission in the country known as MONUSCO, also stressed that the local, provincial and national elections – due to take place between 2014 and 2016 – must be well planned.
“I bear in mind Afghanistan’s and Iraq’s experiences,” the UN official who held senior positions with UN political missions in both those countries. “It takes several months to plan such operations.”
To gather the necessary budget, Mr. Kobler said the UN has a task force chaired by MONUSCO deputy Moustapha Soumare on the logistic issues.
“It is in the best interest of MONUSCO to bring its support to the electoral operations, to provide good offices and to maintain good relations with all political parties, both opposition and majority,” said Mr. Kobler.
As part of the Mission mandate agreed upon by the UN Security Council, MONUSCO is to provide technical, logistical and financial support to the Electoral Commission in order to ensure a sustainable electoral process during the entire electoral cycle.
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