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The world’s first-ever underwater hotel now open in the Maldives (See Photo)

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The Underwater hotel is More than 16 feet below the surface of the Indian Ocean, the two-story villa has a private gym, a bar, an infinity pool and butler’s quarters. The only way to stay there is to buy a four-night, $200,000 package, which includes a personal chef and private boat.



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Helicopter Crash: Kenyan pilot and four American tourists dead

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Kenya National Police Service has reveal that the helicopter that crashed at Central Island National Park in Lake Turkana, has left its five occupants dead.



The occupants on  board have been identified, among them were four American tourist and a Kenyan pilot. officials say.

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Police said two helicopters had landed on the island’s Labolo tented camp on Sunday evening but one flew away safely. The cause of the crash is not known.

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The pilot had previously served as a Kenyan Defence Force pilot, but had been working for a private firm, KIDL Helicopters, since March 2017.

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SMC South Africa Employee Loses Job for using k-word

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An employee of SMC South Africa Alochna Moodley, who admitted to using the k-word in reference to a black flight captain and passengers in an SMS, has been dismissed from work with immediate effect.



“A recent incident has been brought to the company’s attention [and] at SMC [Pneumatics], we do not tolerate any form of racism,” said Kevin O’Carroll, managing director at SMC South Africa.

This follows Moodley calling two black passengers – Reverend Solumuzi Mabuza and Sibusiso Magubane – as well as Captain Menzi Mvelase by the k-word on a flight from OR Tambo International to King Shaka Airport last Friday night.

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She was called out by Mabuza, who was seated next to her and saw her typing the k-word on her phone, when she was expressing anger that someone on the flight was drunk while another person was “sniffing”.

Moodley was immediately escorted off the Kulula.com flight when the incident was brought to the airline crew’s attention.

On her part, Moodley admitted her offence to newsmen and blamed it on being frustrated.

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She said: “It was a mistake on my side, I am not going to deny that I said those things.

“Yes, it’s wrong for me to make those racial remarks but it was my SMS, so why was he [Mabuza] looking at my phone?

He invaded my privacy and I feel like this thing was blown out of proportion,” she said at the time.

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