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Wednesday, November 22

Mahlatse Ramatseba

8 Signs You’re In A Fake Relationship

8 Signs You’re In A Fake Relationship

There are a lot of things that need to be considered in order to be in a ‘real relationship’
because one can easily manipulate someone and fool them into believing that they actually
love them.


Mostly people try to get in relationships just to ‘get in their pants’, or it is more like a ‘timepass’
kind of a thing.


Here are the red flags that you need to keep an eye out for and prevent yourself from being
fooled.
1. The communication sucks
Good communication is a requisite for a healthy relationship, if you are in a relationship where
you two barely communicate, you can’t recall the last time you had a heart to heart with your
partner, you just text each other every once in a while, it’s just on and off, you are unaware of
what’s going on in the other person’s life and it generally feels like you don’t know the other
person then you’re not really in a relationship.


You have formed a real bond only when you feel connected with your partner; emotionally,
physically and mentally.


For example, if we talk about long distance relationships. The communication is kind of the
only thing the two have.


They don’t get to see each other every day, they don’t get to go on a date with each other
either, texting and calling each other is the only thing they have. Now, in order to stay
together, they have to talk nearly all day long.


You have to text them all the time to know ‘what’s up’, you have to call quite often to know
how they are doing, maybe a video call sometimes and go on a ‘virtual’ date.


2. Too much PDA
This might come as a surprise, you two are practically nibbling on each other, isn’t that a good
thing? No, it isn’t. This is indicative of over-compensatory and ostentatious behaviour. You are
trying to put on a show, a make-believe.


It’s a way of maintaining the illusion that you guys have created, to lie to yourself and the
others around you.


You might be in a fake relationship and still manage to hear things like; ‘What a perfect couple
you guys are’, ‘You make us want to have a relationship’ etc.


If you guys are not this crazy about each other in private but can’t keep your hands off each
other as soon as you have company, then you have a few questions to ask.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

The truth about Itu Khune’s swollen face - Minnie dlaminnie

The truth about Itumeleng Khune’s swollen face

Itumeleng Khune isn’t having the best of luck recently, and he found out the hard way over the weekend that he’s allergic to prawns.
Read: Komphela Bemoans Meyiwa Red
Khune suffered a facial fracture earlier in the month after a collision with Chippa United’s Kurt Lentjies and almost missed out on two crucial World Cup qualifiers for Bafana Bafana as he tried to recover.
In the end, he made it through by wearing a protective mask for the first game and has since played two matches – one for club and one for country – without it.
Now, as he explained on Instagram, the shot-stopper has had another bout of bad luck, suffering an allergic reaction to some prawns that he ate over the weekend that has seen his lips swell up nastily.

At this point, it remains to be seen whether the goalkeeper will be able to play against AmaZulu tomorrow evening, although it is likely that he will be able to recover in time to feature in Komphela’s starting XI.
Source : Online
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Robert Mugabe poisoned, hospitalized in ICU a day after he resigned as president of Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe poisoned, hospitalized in ICU a day after he resigned as president of Zimbabwe

Former President Robert Mugabe is so sick from food poisoning and the doctors think he is going to die because he is too old and his intestines are badly affected and they were about to reach an expiry date, Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe has claimed.
The First Lady said her husband was given medicine intravenously and couldn't rise from his bed.
"He is experiencing diarrhoea and he is unconcious," she said, in comments carried by oldZimbabwe28.com.
"I then called Sekeramayi to come and see him before he die and I called Sekeramayi who entered his bedroom when he was hardly able to wake up from his bed," she said, without giving a specific time for the incident.
She added: "My husband went through food poisoning for sure… and now we are going publicly about it."
more details to follow shortly, keep checking
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Monday, November 20

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Cassper Nyovest pays damages for pregnant Durban girlfriend 'Thobeka Majozi'

Cassper Nyovest pays damages for pregnant Durban girlfriend 'Thobeka Majozi'

Cassper is said to be excited about becoming a father.

The ‘Fill Up FNB’ star will soon welcome a bundle of joy and start his own family according to a report by Sunday Sun.
Cassper’s girlfriend, Thobeka Majozi is apparently five months pregnant. The pair started dating around May this year and are both elated to be parents.
Sources have told the tabloid that Cassper and Thobeka are keeping the news under wraps for now although they have informed their families.
“She has gone out of her way to hide her pregnancy from the public because she knows her man is in the spotlight.
“She’s been spending more time at home in Kwa-Zulu Natal, because the environment that side is conducive and healthier for the baby,” sources said.
Thobeka’s wealthy family who are based in KZN are said to have embraced Cassper.
“Cassper met Thobeka’s family and they have nothing but love for the dude,” another source claimed.
Another insider said Cassper was planning to send his uncles to Thobeka’s family so he could pay damages for the baby to carry his surname.
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Saturday, November 18

Mahlatse Ramatseba

‘Yena Aya Kwini’ pays R30k lobola for a Polokwane yellow bone

‘Yena Aya Kwini’ pays R30k lobola for a Polokwane yellow bone

Limpopo’s shortest celebrity Buti Majulie, popularly known as Yena Aya Kwini, has allegedly paid R30 000 lobola for a girl he met two(2) weeks ago. According to his close friends, Majulie met the girl in Polokwane and asked for her number on the spot

“I drove him to Mall of the North for shopping because he is tired of wearing the red t-shirt everyday. The yellow bone lady saw him and asked to take pictures with him because she wanted to show her friends she was with a celebrity” said Majulie’s friend on condition of anonymity.

“After taking the pictures Buti Majulie asked for the lady’s number. I thought it was one of those small jokes that he normally makes with his female fans. On our drive home he told me he wanted to marry the girl. I laughed because I didn’t expect him to fall in love that quick,” he added.
Another source allege that Majulie told his family about the lady but they didn’t approve because he didn’t know the lady that well. They advised him to look for a girl from his village but he refused. He sent his friends to pay a R30 000 lobola to the Polokwane based lady.

Buti Majulie shot to fame last month when a video of his saying “Yena Aya Kwini” went viral on almost all social media networks in South Africa. He has since become a hit with events promoters who want him to make appearances at their events. He reportedly charges between R5000 and R10 000 to make an appearance.

Attempts to get a comment from Majulie and his management didn’t yield any results.

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Thursday, November 16

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Julius Malema 'South Africa when are we puting zuma under house arrest'

Julius Malema 'South Africa when are we puting zuma under house arrest'

JOHANNESBURG - Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane & Eff leader Julius malema has called for president Jacob Zuma to step down and for free and fair elections to be held immediately or else ge will be put under house arrest like president robert mugabe.
Eff said “President Zuma cannot insist on remaining in power even when he is physically incapable of doing so and has commited more crimes.

Opportunists around him, particularly his close relatives and wife have taken advantage of president Zuma and used his power and struggle credentials to purge political opponents.”

More to follow shortly
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Wednesday, November 15

Mahlatse Ramatseba

4 arrested for trying to bomb Robert Mugabe’s house & diary

4 arrested for trying to bomb Robert Mugabe’s house & diary

Harare - Police in Zimbabwe have arrested four men, including two soldiers, on charges of plotting to bomb President Robert Mugabe’s house & diary outside Harare, according to reports on Tuesday.

The four will appear at Harare Magistrates' Court on thursday on charges of “possession of weaponry for sabotage and money laundering for terrorism purposes,” the state-controlled Herald newspaper reported.

The Herald reported the four were members of a “fringe political party” called the Zimbabwe People’s Front (ZPF).
The men allegedly planned to detonate four petrol bombs at the Gushungo Dairy processing plant in Mazowe, north of Harare, on wendsday.

Mugabe and his wife Grace own the multi-million-dollar dairy and processing plant where they produce milk, ice cream, chocolate and other products. Detectives reportedly got wind of the men's plans and arrested them on wensday morning.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Zimbabwe coup latest updates: Robert Mugabe to speak at 11am -people told STAY OFF STREETS

Zimbabwe coup latest updates: Robert Mugabe to speak at 11am -people told STAY OFF STREETS

ZIMBABWE’s army has seized power in Harare and placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest but deny starting a military coup. Here is the latest news and live updates.

10.24am: Mugabe ‘could resign’ following military takeover
Jane Morley, Zimbabwe Analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit said: “The situation in Zimbabwe remains highly fluid following the military takeover on November 14th. 
“There are suggestions that the incumbent, Robert Mugabe, will resign, after which an interim government will take over, and elections held. 
“However, it is far from clear that any such polls would be free and fair. A managed election process would in all likelihood lead to the victory of former vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa, the army's favoured candidate. 
“However, the role of regional groups such as the Southern African Development Community will be crucial. 
“They are unlikely to accept a military coup in Zimbabwe, and even if the military returns to barracks (as it has pledged to do), and elections lead to a Mnangagwa presidency, the army will still have played a key role in determining who leads the country.”
10.07am: US embassy in Zimbabe closes doors to public
The United States embassy in Harare will be closed today (November 15), following the dramatic military takeover overnight.
“Due to ongoing uncertainty in Zimbabwe, the US Embassy in Harare will be minimally staffed and closed to the public on November 15,” a statement read. 
"Embassy personnel will continue to monitor the situation closely.”
10am: Zimbabwe’s Deputy Director Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) arrested
The Deputy Director of Zimbabwe’s CIO has been detained, according to newspaper owner Trevor Ncube. 
Mr Ncube also confirmed the arrest of Kudzai Chipanga, the President of ZanuPF National Youth League.
“Still no word on the National Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri,” he added. 
9.45am: Zimbabwe police on leave told to return to posts
The national police force in Zimbabwe has recalled all officers on leave.
A leading official told the Associated Press that all police on leave have been ordered to return to their posts immediately.
9.37am: Shocking video shows tanks blocking roads in Harare
A stunned Zimbabwe local has filmed military officers with tanks controlling traffic in Zimbabwe.
Commentating on the scenes, the filmmaker said: “There’s a tank along Kirkman Road, closing off Kirkman Road.
“This is military police and a tank… There is a tank blocking Kirkman Road, stopping cars from going outside. 
9.24: Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister detained
Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo is reportedly being held after the military seized power in an attempt to root out “criminals” surrounding Robert Mugabe.
9.15am: Zimbabwe’s opposition party demands return to democracy
The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Party has called for Zimbabwe to return to democracy.
The party said it hopes the military intervention will herald an ”establishment of a stable, democratic and progressive nation state".
The MDC has been the primary political opposition to Mugabe’s own ZANU PF party for the past 20 years. 
9.08am: South African President calls for calm in Zimbabwe
President Jacob Zuma has called for calm and restraint in Zimbabwe following last night’s military takeover. 
He has urged the government of Zimbabwe and the nation’s military to resolve the political impasse amicably, Reuters report, adding that the South African Development Community will be monitoring the situation closely. 
8.57am: Military chief’s trip to Beijing was a ‘normal military exchange’, says China’s Foreign Ministry
General Constantino Chiwenga met Chinese Defence Minister Chang Wanquan in Beijing on Friday, where Chang expressed a willingness to promote relations with Zimbabwe, according to Reuters. 
Asked whether Chiwenga had briefed China on plans to seize power, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the Defence Ministry had already released information about his trip and that he didn't have an understanding about the specifics of his reception in China.
8.51am: Zimbabwean locals rush to banks
The people of Zimbabwe have been photographed rushing to withdraw funds from banks. 
Crowds of locals could be seen queuing outside CBZ bank in Harare, as political uncertainty in Zimbabwe escalates. 
8.42am: Brits told to stay off Zimbabwean streets
Following the military takeover in Zimbabwe, the British Government has advised UK residents to stay off the streets in Harare.
A statement read: “Due to the uncertain political situation in Harare, including reports of unusual military activity, we recommend British nationals currently in Harare to remain safely at home or in their accommodation until the situation becomes clearer. 
“Please continue to monitor our travel advice and embassy social media accounts for updates.”
8.31am: ‘No crisis’ in Zimbabwe, claims ZANU PF Youth League
The youth division of Zimbabwe’s ruling party tweeted: “Contrary to international reports, the gallant Zimbabwean Army has not staged a COUP. 
“There is no COUP in Zimbabwe. Neither is there crisis.
“The army is simply effecting a National Democratic Project and it's doing so with peaceful aplomb.”
8.24am: Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace to leave Zimbabwe
Early reports suggest Grace Mugabe could be allowed to leave Zimbabwe, after her husband was placed under house arrest.
News24’s Adriaan Basson cited “verified reports” that Mugabe has negotiated for Grace to leave the country while he prepares to step down.
The takeover was sparked after Mr Mugabe sacked his deputy, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in favour of his wife.
8.20am: Zimbabwe’s National Secretary for Youth Affairs held
The ZANU PF Youth League has confirmed that Cde K Chipanga has been detained. 
The Youth League would want to confirm the detention of Cde K Chipanga,” a statement read.
“His safety has been guaranteed and has implored us to comply with the National Democratic Project which is underway.
“We would also want to commend the military for conducting the NDP with minimal force.”
Chipanga was appointed to the roles of National Secretary for Youth Affairs by Mugabe in September 2016.
8am: Zimbabwe’s ruling party releases statement on takeover 
Former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa will now take power in Zimbabwe according to the ruling ZANU PF Party.
The party has denied staging a military coup, instead choosing to call the takeover a “bloodless transaction”. 
In a series of tweets this morning read: “Last night the first family was detained and are safe, both for the constitution and the sanity of the nation this was necessary. Neither Zimbabwe nor ZANU are owned by Mugabe and his wife.
"Today begins a fresh new era and comrade Mnangagwa will help us achieve a better Zimbabwe.
"There was no coup, only a bloodless transition which saw corrupt and crooked persons being arrested and an elderly man who had been taken advantage of by his wife being detained.
"The few bangs that were heard were from crooks who were resisting arrest, but they are now detained.
"ZANU PF has a way of solving our own problems, the situation is stable and Zimbabwe is open for business. There was no coup, but a bloodless peaceful transition- the centre is strong and there is peace with honest leadership."
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Tuesday, November 14

Mahlatse Ramatseba

INSIDE JOBS, SLEEPING ON DUTY, LOOTING OF ARMS AND POOR HANDLING OF RIFFLES: ARE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE OFFICERS REALLY PROTECTING LIVES AND PROPERTIES

INSIDE JOBS, SLEEPING ON DUTY, LOOTING OF ARMS AND POOR HANDLING OF RIFFLES: ARE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE OFFICERS REALLY PROTECTING LIVES AND PROPERTIES

The wave of unacceptable insecurity in the modern day South Africa has necessitated this all important questions. recently, the unprofessional conduct of some police women was crassly demonstrated.
The wave of unacceptable insecurity in the modern day South Africa has necessitated this all important questions. recently, the unprofessional conduct of some police women was crassly demonstrated.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

10 Best Police Force in Africa And 10 Worst – 2017 Ranking

10 Best Police Force in Africa And 10 Worst – 2017 Ranking

The World Internal Security and Police Index (WISPI) has released its ranking for the performance of police for the year 2017. The body tries to measure the ability of the police of different countries and other security providers to address internal security.

Based on the recent release that involves 127 countries, the best police in the world is Singapore. The next five best countries are Finland, Denmark, Austria, and Germany.

Here is a list of the 11 Best Police Force in Africa:

Botswana Police Service
The Botswana Police Service is one of the most efficient and high-performing in Africa. Although with its lapses, the police force has in recent months been recognized for its drug operation which has been seen as the largest in the history of the country with approximately 75 drug-related busts in just one part of the country.

Rwanda National Police
The Rwandan Police has not only upgraded its manner of operations compared to what was obtained a few years ago, but it is now clamping down on companies and individuals offering private security services because it believes security is a sensitive matter.
Algerian Police
It is not one of the most surprising things to find Algeria on the list because the police in the country are not only well armed and professional, but they have been able to rise to the security challenges being faced in the country.
Senegal
For Senegal, the statistics of its police force and its operations is very much hidden. However, the country still has its criminal challenges which may not be compared to other places in the continent.
Tunisian Police Force
The number of Police officers losing their lives is Tunisia is gradually climbing as a result of the security challenges faced in the country. While on one hand, the police seem to be keeping things averagely in check, it is seen as one of the most corrupt institutions in the country. As at 2015, one in four people believe the police is corrupt and many companies don’t trust them to provide security and uphold law and order.

Egyptian National Police
With one of the best military force in Africa, it still remains surprising that the ENP is at this point in the ranking. However, it makes much sense if you consider how in the recent past, the police have been accused of undermining the rights of citizens. That said, the police force in the country is still battling terrorism which has seem the massacre of more than 50 policemen following a battle between the police and militants.

Burkina Faso Police Nationale
One of the biggest challenges facing the police force in Burkina Faso is not on its efficiency, but rather on the shortage of personnel amidst the terrorism problems being faced in the country like in many other parts of the continent. For example, it has been reported that in the town of Saaba east there are only 20 police officers and 10 gendarmes, or armed police, to protect over 80,000 residents.
Ghana Police Service
Before the next four years, Ghana is trying to be the best Police Force in Africa. For now, the country is 8 big steps from there. The country’s police force is one of the busiest in the continent and it has been seen as one of the most corrupt institutions in the country.
South African Police Service (SAPS)
Alas, 9th on the list surprisingly enough is SAPS. This is coming a few days after it was reported that the police spent as much as R5 million on 169 torches. And that is not all; there have been reports of thousands of SAPS arms that have been reported missing. Many of these have been claimed to be used in different violent crimes in the country.
Moroccan Police
The police in Morocco is not very much different from those you will get from most other African countries. While it is not the most responsive, it has recently been making good strides in law and order most especially with the number of arrests it is making. That said, it also has its many shortcomings.

10 Worst Police in Africa

The worst police force in Africa is the Nigerian Police Force. It is also the worst in the world. The NPF as it is known has been known both within and outside the country because of the unprofessionalism and corruption that has marred it.

Different inspectors General of the Nigerian police force have been marred in corruption including Tafa Balogun who was jailed, and others that have been accused including the present IGP, Ibrahim Kpotum Idris who has been accused of N120bn security scam.

While Nigeria makes it in the worst place, the remaining 9 are: Madagascar (10), Zambia (9), Ethiopia (8), Sierra Leone (7), Cameroun (6), Mozambique (5), Uganda (4), Kenya (3), and DR Congo (2).
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Monday, November 13

Mahlatse Ramatseba

BUTI MAJULLE - YENA AYA KWINI JOIN SKEEM SAAM TO GET THEM MORE VIEWERS

Boti Ma Julie - YENA AYA KWINI JOIN SKEEM SAAM

Majulle who's real name is Hlupheka Mbunda rose to fame on social media for using a Tsonga Phrase 'Yena Aya Kwini' which loosely translate ''Serves you right, where were you going?".

Majulle made the phrase famous when he first appeared in a video in which he is blaming a family member who is spreading gossip about him.

Then Mzansi people adopted this phrase and started using it hilariously on social media.
Majulle has capitalised on his newly found fame and is now a stand up comedian and has released a song as well & recently joined skeem saam soapie.
Skeem saam director Norman Maake confirmed to Mzansi Stories this afternoon that Majulle will begin to appear on screen in 2 weeks time to get more followers on their soapie(SKEEM SAAM) because Majulle is now trending and he will attract more viewers.
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