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Rave News Digest: Sho Madjozi Accuses Burna Boy, CDC Says Coronavirus Cases Might Be 10 Times More Than Reported, NBA + More

Rave News Digest: Sho Madjozi Accuses Burna Boy, CDC Says Coronavirus Cases Might Be 10 Times More Than Reported, NBA + More


Sho Madjozi accuses Burna Boy of taking down ‘Own It’ remix, CDC says coronavirus cases might be 10 times more than reported, 16 NBA players test positive for the coronavirus. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest which summarizes five of the hottest global news you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix.

Here is a rundown of five of the hottest news topics…

1. Sho Madjozi accuses Burna Boy of taking ‘Own It (Remix)’ down

Sho Madjozi

On June 2020, South African singer and rapper, Sho Madjozi accused Burna Boy of telling Stormzy’s team to take ‘Own It (Remix)’ which featured her down from streaming platforms. She also posted evidence. Sho Madjozi wrote, “For those asking where the #Ownitremix is, after I got nominated alongside him for BET Best International Act, Burna boy asked Stormzy’s team to take down the song immediately.”

Burna Boy then replied that “Own It is NOT my song. If my voice is on it however it should have been properly cleared. If the remix wasn’t cleared with the label(Atlantic US)it automatically gets flagged. Nothing to do with me personally or any award. Always best to reach out professionally. Congrats on BET’s! Oh and congrats to my brothas for life Dave, hus and stormz who I’ve made LEGENDARY music with! We’re all nominees in the same category but UNITY will always be the real win for us!”

2. Ghana apologizes to Nigeria for embassy demolition

Armed men reportedly stormed the High Commission last week and destroyed a building under construction

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has apologized to Nigeria after a building inside the Nigerian High Commission compound in Accra was demolished

d. President Akufo-Addo has ordered an investigation, a statement from the Nigerian government said after his call with President Muhammadu Buhari.

Armed men reportedly stormed the compound last week and destroyed buildings under construction. Two people have been arrested over the incident. They have been charged with Unlawful Entry And Causing Unlawful Damage.

A businessman who had previously claimed that he owned the land where the building was being put up had led the demolition operation, according to an article posted on the Nigerian High Commission website in Ghana.

3. Cigarette ban remains as High Court dismisses FITA case in South Africa


The controversial cigarette ban in South Africa, which has divided public opinion since lockdown was first instituted in late March, will remain in place after the North Gauteng High Court dismissed an application brought by the Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA) on Friday, June 26.

This was confirmed by FITA Chairperson Sinenhlanhla Mnguni, who had advocated for the unbanning of cigarettes. Mnguni had hoped that the prohibition of tobacco products would not pass the judiciary’s rationality test.

4. CDC says COVID-19 cases in the US may be 10 times higher than reported


The true number of Americans who have been infected with COVID-19 may top 20 million, according to new estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Our best estimate right now is that for every case that’s reported, there actually are 10 other infections,” Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, said on a call with reporters Thursday.

The assessment comes from looking at blood samples across the country for the presence of antibodies to the virus. For every confirmed case of COVID-19, 10 more people had antibodies, Redfield said, referring to proteins in the blood that indicate whether a person’s immune system has previously fought off the coronavirus.

5. 16 players test positive for coronavirus from 302 tests

The NBA season was suspended on 11 March because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic | Photo: Budrul Chukrut/Getty Images 

Sixteen NBA players have tested positive for coronavirus, with the season set to resume on July 30. Tests were carried out on 302 players on Tuesday. The 16 who tested positive will remain in self-isolation and will have to be cleared by a physician before they can return to training.

Individual workouts are set to begin on July 1 and teams can arrive at Disney World Resort in Florida, where the season will restart, from July 7. Training camps will then take place from July 9-29.

Our Week Day News Digest brings you a summary of five of the hottest news topics including the Nigerian news today, top African news, latest trending global headlines, sports stories, celebrity news from Nollywood to Hollywood. 2020

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