Daytime TV doyenne Oprah Winfrey said Friday she is "100%" behind President Obama as he campaigns for re-election this year -- and that the man she backed four years ago for president is doing a great job.
Oprah Winfrey admits that she was "devastated" by the allegations of physical and sexual abuse at her Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa. But looking back at the institution's tumultuous first year, Winfrey says "I don't regret" opening the school.
The 12-year-old student who triggered the investigation into alleged abuse at Oprah Winfrey's Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa was greeted with warm shrieks of welcome and hearty applause at an end-of-the-school-year party held on campus Tuesday.
L.N. Mzamane, the former headmistress of Oprah Winfrey's South African school, issued a statement Thursday, hitting back at allegations that she was aware of abuse allegedly committed by a dorm matron there.
Good Morning AmericaA former dorm matron appeared in court Monday to face a series of charges that she mistreated girls at Oprah Winfrey's $47 million South African school – while Oprah herself held a press conference declaring it "the most devastating experience of my life."
She only wanted to give underprivileged African girls a chance at a better life. But a tearful Oprah Winfrey begged for forgiveness Sunday from students' parents at her all-girls academy, currently reeling from allegations of abuse.