Kylie ‘living in shadows’ of sister Kendall
Kylie Jenner allegedly feels she’s no longer getting as much attention due to her sister Kendall’s recent success as a model. The 17-year-old star is allegedly starting to feel left out following her older sibling’s recent modelling success and believes she’s no longer getting as much attention from her family as Kendall, 18, is getting right now.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ‘’Living in the shadows of her sister Kendall’s incredibly successful modelling career is hard on Kylie.
‘’Everyone in the family gives all of the attention to Kendall. She feels like the other Jenner.
‘’The whole family always just focuses on Kendall right now and it is sad. It seems like it is really starting to affect Kylie emotionally.’’
However, Kylie has started taking lessons with Willow Smith’s singing coach Tim Carter as she’s keen to make it as a pop star and become the next Katy Perry. A source said previously: ‘’Kylie has found her calling in life – to be a singer! Kylie is now working on her first single! She is telling everyone that she knows she is going to be the next Katy Perry. ‘’She is in training right now with vocal coach and producer, Tim Carter. Kylie has a great voice.
’’ The brunette beauty also hopes her brother-in-law Kanye West, who is married to her older half-sister Kim Kardashian West, will assist her in the recording studio. The source added: ‘’She realised that she can’t compete with Kendall when it comes to modelling. So she has chosen to turn to music. – Dailymail
Pupil dumps baby after solo birth
A Form Three student at Sobukhazi High School in Bulawayo Mzilikazi suburb this week gave birth in the school toilet and tried to hide the baby behind the same toilet.
The girl had earlier told her teacher that she was not feeling well and was excused to go to the toilet. The pupil’s parents are now late and she lives with her aunt. The aunt, Sithembiso Ndlovu on Thursday night said she once suspected that the teenager was pregnant, but she denied it. She said she was still shocked as she had trusted her niece whom she described as a quiet child whose performance in school was average.
Ndlovu said the school authorities rushed the girl to Mpilo Hospital adding that the pupil told the teacher that the baby’s father was in Nkayi. She said she would not ask the girl about the matter alone and was waiting for the grandmother.
“The father of the baby is said to be in Nkayi, at the family rural home where she usually goes for holiday and I hope it’s not a herd boy because there are no young boys around except for these herd boys.” No comment could be obtained from the school headmaster. – Chronicle.
Bernard Mizeki scoops Secretary Bell merit Award
Bernard Mizeki College in Marondera was yesterday awarded the Secretary’s Merit Award for making tangible efforts in improving the learning condition of pupils. The judges of the award were looking at the improvements made by the school in the last two years.
These include the infrastructural development, academic improvement and social developments.
“We have built two science labs and two classrooms blocks. We have overhauled the sewerage system in the dorms and have started on poultry, piggery, fish farming as well as the growing of tobacco and maize,” said the headmaster at the school, Mr Nheveyembwa.
The school received a cash prize of $5 000 and a plaque. The headmaster said the judges traditionally focused on academic performance but the ministry’s thrust was to ensure that all schools offer a holistic curriculum, something Bernard Mizeki has succeeded in doing.
“A holistic curriculum should equip learners with relevant knowledge and robust skills for self-empowerment and entrepreneurship skills relevant to the development of our nation,” he said. One of the students Malvin Kawadza (Lower Six) said the award was a step towards becoming the most preferred school in Zimbabwe.
“As it is said there is great potential in an applauded expansion, we feel recognised for our exploits and as such we appreciate the stance taken by the responsible authorities who have seen it fit to award us this prestigious award.
“The recognition of Bernard Mizeki as the cream of the province sank into our hearts as people destined for greatness. Looking at how as a school we have developed one tends to feel convinced that no other school could have wrestled away this award, this has boosted the students’ morale and stirred their hopes of achieving their dreams in the future, “said Craig Chirenje (Lower 6).
“Generally the student body was taken by surprise but overtime as we marinated our win we began to realise how deserving we are to be issued the Secretary’s Bell Merit Award. There is so much great honour and pride on being recognised in display of effort to attain Utopia,” said Nyasha Muzirwa (Form Four).
The areas highlighted as of paramount importance in the survey included science technology, technical vocational education, e-teaching and e-learning, holistic sports and culture, learner welfare and sustainable environment management. Mr Nheveyembwa, expressed his gratitude to all their stakeholders whom he said made winning the award possible. – CL Writer