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Wednesday, January 17

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Uzalo’s MaNzuza and Smangele’s funeral pamphlet making rounds on facebook

Uzalo’s MaNzuza and Smangele’s funeral pamphlet.

The day draws ever closer. Uzalo’s beloved characters, MaNzuza (Leleti Khumalo) and Smangele (Sihle Ndaba), who were both recently killed, will soon get their on-screen send-off and it will surely be a day to remember.

DRUM went behind the scenes and got a sneak-peak at the funeral pamphlet for the two characters.

The programme includes a collection of hymns for MaNzuza – No Tears in Heaven, Lord of All Being, and Day is Past and Gone. “The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear. O, may we all remember well – the night of death draws near." The last hymn is read as both Smangele and MaNzuza are laid to rest.

Fans can catch the funeral episode on 16 February on SABC1.
Here are the pictures of the programme:
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

How to prevent listeriosis 

How to prevent listeriosis

Do not drink raw (unpasteurized) milk, and do not eat foods that have unpasteurized milk in them.

Wash hands, knives, countertops, and cutting boards after handling and preparing uncooked foods.

Rinse raw produce thoroughly under running tap water before eating.

Keep uncooked meats, poultry, and seafood separate from vegetables, fruits, cooked foods, and ready-to-eat foods.
Thoroughly cook raw food from animal sources, such as meat, poultry, or seafood to a safe internal temperature.

Wash hands, knives, countertops, and cutting boards after handling and preparing uncooked foods.

Consume perishable and ready-to-eat foods as soon as possible.

Persons in higher risk groups should heat hot dogs, cold cuts, and deli meats before eating them.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

TUT student hack NSFAS account & fund all students.

TUT student hack NSFAS account & fund all students.

Pretoria - Brown Dosh Attorney's office said Matome Mohale tried multiple times to hack into the NSFAS account system in order to be in control of the funds so that, he can fund who ever he feels like funding.

After several failed attempts, he enlisted a friend's help, which was successful and they were able to hack into the account and payed all students who didn't apply, those who applied and those who didn't qualify an amount of R100000 each.
The university and the higher authorities are busy working on recovering the money which was split among all students by this boy 'Matome'.

Matome the system hacker remain in jail and will appear in Pretoria magistrate court on Thursday morning.

Keep on checking for more updates.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcome baby via surrogate

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcome baby via surrogate

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcomed their third child together on Monday. Kim made the announcement on her app.

"We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care."

The couple used a surrogate as Kim has placenta accreta - a life-threatening condition that caused complications during the birth of her second child, Saint.
US celebrity site TMZ reported Kim was in the hospital delivery room when the surrogate gave birth and was the first person to have skin-to-skin contact with the baby.

Kanye was also there, but stayed behind a curtain during birth. Only once his daughter was born and Kim had the chance to hold her, did he get to hold her.

There is no news on a name as yet.
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Tuesday, January 16

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Taiwanese people diagnosed with listeriosis hospitalized for treatment  

Taiwanese people diagnosed with listeriosis hospitalized for treatment

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)-- The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) Tuesday announced one new confirmed case of listeriosis, which is also the first case confirmed in Taiwan since listeriosis was recently listed as a notifiable disease.

In late December 2017, an 80-something year-old man who resides in central Taiwan sought medical attention after developing symptoms, including fever and vomiting, Taiwan CDC said, adding, subsequently, he lost consciousness and entered into a coma.

Listeriosis was later confirmed after the hospital reported the case to the competent authority for laboratory testing. As of now, the senior citizen has gradually been recovering and is still being treated in the hospital, the agency said.

According to the epidemiological investigation, the case cooked mostly his own meals. Prior to disease onset, he had consumed self-made canned fish by curing raw fish, the agency said. However, the source of infection is still being investigated.

According to the past surveillance data compiled by Taiwan CDC, the majority of the listeriosis cases confirmed in Taiwan are elderly aged above 65, followed by people aged between 45 and 64 and a few cases of mother-to-child transmission.
At the moment, there is no vaccine to prevent listeriosis and the severity of the disease depends on the case’s immunity, the agency said. People with a healthy immune system are less likely to acquire listeriosis or merely experience gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, according to the agency. However, the elderly people, the immunocompromised patients, pregnant women, fetuses and newborns are more likely to develop invasive infection, Taiwan CDC said.

Listerosis is primarily transmitted through ingesting contaminated food. In Taiwan, packaged ready-to-eat meat products have been tested positive for the bacteria. On the other hand, sashimi is also another at-risk food item. Listeria can continue to grow at 4℃ and can only be killed through heating at a temperature over 72℃. Therefore, the most effective way to ward off listerosis is to practice good dietary and hand hygiene; avoid consuming raw food, and consume only thoroughly cooked beef, pork, poultry, fish and vegetables, the agency said.
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Monday, January 15

Mahlatse Ramatseba

10 Things You Must Know About Minnie Dlamini’s Husband, Quinton Jones

10 Things You Must Know About Minnie Dlamini’s Husband, Quinton Jones

10 Things You Must Know About Minnie Dlamini’s Husband, Quinton Jones! Quinton recently married Minnie and broke many guys hearts including our very own, rapper Cassper Nyovest who did cite Minnie’s engagement as a loss. Many people have been wondering who Quinton Jones and what he does for a living! Below are 10 Things You Must Know About Minnie Dlamini’s Husband, Quinton Jones!

10 Things You Must Know About Minnie Dlamini’s Husband, Quinton Jones!
1. Apparently he is a  camera man at Urban Brew, which produces shows like Real Goboza, Friends Like Those, Live Amp, YO TV, Khumbul’ekhaya, Zabalaza,

2. He is said to be  close friends with Psyfo and together with Hulisani Ravele.

3. He is also said to have once dated Pearl Thusi.

4. Dlamini and Jones have a production company will be in charge of producing their wedding.
5. Quinton have been friends  with Minnie for many years before they started dating

6. Quinton is very private and is not a fan of the limelight which explains his private instagram account and closed twitter profile.

7.  He also facilitated the R6-million wedding coverage deal with MultiChoice

8. He is said to be a charmer and makes Minnie “laugh and they constantly making fun of each other”

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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Minnie Dlamini allegedly had a fight with her husband 'Quinton Jones' in public

Drama!! Minnie Dlamini allegedly had a fight with her husband in public

Minnie Dlamini is one of the most famous media starlets in South Africa, the beauty has been in the industry for many years and she has managed to turn her fame into a thriving business.
The beauty recently got married in a record-breaking televised 3-part docu-series for Vuzu and since the wedding, there have been ongoing rumours of trouble in paradise in her new marriage.
According to Sunday Sun, Minnie Dlamini and her husband had a public spat at the Cape Town International Airport, the paper alleges that several sources confirmed that Minnie was shouting at her husband in full view of the public.
Minnie took to her Twitter to laugh off the rumours, see the tweet below.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

STOLEN INFANT FROM MADUMELENG GA MODJADJI FOUND AT GA MOKWAKWAILA

STOLEN INFANT FROM MADUMELENG GA MODJADJI FOUND AT GA MOKWAKWAILA

PRESS RELEASE
Following an intensive search operation since yesterday by the police in Modjadjiskloof outside Tzaneen for a missing baby, the situation took an unexpected turn today when the baby was safely returned this morning around 06:00.


According to the police investigations the five month old infant was brought to Mokwakwaila Police station outside Tzaneen by the mother of the alleged 24-year-old baby snatcher.
The 52-year-old woman was allegedly at home in Mohlommeng Village in the Bolubedu area when her daughter came carrying an unknown baby and when she questioned her she admitted she stole the baby from a house in Madumeleng village.


While the police investigations continue a manhunt has been launched for the suspect and anyone with information which can assist with the arrest is requested to contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or contact the nearest police station.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Jacob Zuma & the late Khwezi's son demand to be looked after.

Jacob Zuma & the late Khwezi's son demand to be looked after.

Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo who accused President Jacob Zuma of r@p3 12 years ago died in 2016 leaving a young boy who's father is Jacob Zuma.

According to source close to the young boy, it said that the young boy is struggling to survive because the people who are looking after him are very poor and Mr Zuma is not supporting the child anyhow.
Mr Zuma was found not guilty of the charge of r@p!ng the boy's mom and he does not visit his 12 year old son when he has time.

The boy exist as a result of r@p3, it Is very sad and disappointing that people in power can get away with their wrong doings.

When we tried to get hold of Mr Zuma to hear his side of the story, his phone took us straight to voicemail.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Generations's Nolwazi quits Generations for good - reasons will shock you

Thando Thabethe quits Generations - reasons will shock you

Thando Thabethe who played the role of Nolwazi Buzo has left Generations. The production company has confirmed in a statement that the actress will no longer be a part of the show. But luckily for the viewers she will be on our small screens until early next year.

“It is with great sadness we announce the resignation of talented actress Thando Thabethe from Generations: The Legacy. Thando was first introduced to our viewers as the independent, free –spirited Nolwazi Buzo,” read the statement.
“My years at Generations: The Legacy have been nothing but amazing. What a privilege it’s been to be part of this amazing family. Playing the role of Nolwazi has been nothing short of life-altering. I have learnt so muchg about myself and the incredible art of acting and I’ve forever indebted to the producers, directors, writers, cast and crew and most especially the viewers.

This was not an easy decision to make but I take forward with me great relationships, a better understanding and appreciation of my craft and the confidence that it will take me to greater heights,” Thando said in a statement.
She will be on Generations: The Legacy until early January 2018

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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Chaos erupts at Unisa campus as students climb over gates to register

Chaos erupts at Unisa campus as students climb over gates to register

Pretoria - Chaos erupted outside of the University of South Africa's Sunnyside campus as prospective students started climbing over the gates to get into the university grounds to register.

Hundreds of students gathered at the campus on Monday morning. The university kept the gates closed, only allowing entry to 20 students at a time in order to prevent a stampede.

Students became restless and started jumping over the gates and proceeded to run into the university grounds as security looked on.

Some students also attempted to break locks to one of the gates in an attempt to gain access.

Police are on scene.

Meanwhile, workers at the university are also locked in meetings with university management over a wage dispute.

This is a developing story.
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