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‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Reboot May Already Be Dead In The Water As Writers Leave Disney’s Project


A reboot without Johnny Depp may not happen after all.

A few months ago, Disney confirmed that they were working on a reboot of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and even had writers attached already. The news brought forth mixed reactions as fans weren’t sure of what to think of a Pirates movie without Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, but it was set to happen. Now, it appears as if the new project may already be dead in the water and not happening at all.

When the news first broke, Disney confirmed that Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were writing the script for the sixth movie in the franchise. While details were very few, Inquisitr had reported that Disney was looking to replace Depp with a female lead, but all of…

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Pan African’s Elikhulu project ups production


From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report.

Sashnee Moodley:

African-focused metals producer Pan African Resources’ Elikhulu operation, which is located in Evander, Mpumalanga is achieving a better-than-expected production performance, investors and media were told during a site visit last month. Nadine James tells us more.

Nadine James:

The R1.74-billion Elikhulu project is the second of Pan African’s retreatment projects with the R325-million Barberton Tailings Retreatment Project producing more than 17 000 oz of gold last year.

The project started producing in September 2018 and uses a conventional carbon-in-leach circuit with a proprietary pre-oxidation process. It delivered in excess of 15 000 oz of gold in its first four months of operation. Given the…

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USC partners with nonprofit to sponsor African-American youth art project


For the second year, USC has partnered with local nonprofit LA Commons to celebrate the African-American experience.

Four commemorative posters were unveiled last week at the California African American Museum reflecting the collective theme of social justice and change. The four art posters are titled “We are Change,” “We are Equal,” “Learn Love” and “Art+Growth”, reflect on current social issues and feature prominent public figures leading the fight to address them.

The 10 youth artists were led by lead artist Bijan Machen and mentored by USC students Daniel Kawah and Keviette Minor. The goal of the art project was to have the youth artists reflect and focus their art pieces on events occurring in their neighborhood and personal experiences, as well as interviewing…

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Milwaukee teacher's photography project allows his black students to picture themselves as …



Taking that lesson to heart, Sims (who also works as a photographer over the summer) started having his African-American students re-create iconic …
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New project seeks to find people and places from Iowa's African-American civil rights history



Bruce Harris still remembers one sunny Sunday afternoon in the early 1960s when he and his siblings piled into the family's station wagon to check …
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Project managers gather at LearnFest Caribbean Conference in Kingston


Some 200 professionals from the public and private sector have converged at the Jamaica Pegasus for LearnFest Caribbean Conference (LearnFest).

The two-day event is an initiative of the Project Management Global Institute (PMGI) – a project management learning institution. The brainchild of Sherrone Lobban, CEO for PMGI, LearnFest is designed to be innovative and cutting edge, yet practical and educative.

This year’s presenters have challenged the enthusiastic delegates to manifest the theme – “level up” with a view to distinguishing themselves or setting themselves apart from the rest.

State Minister in the Ministry of Education and Youth Floyd Green, who addressed attendees yesterday, encouraged the delegates to level up themselves. He said “level up” is a call to action…

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