Friday, February 23

Mahlatse Ramatseba

South African 9 year old boy who married a 62-year-old woman file for divorce

South African 9 year old boy who married a 62-year-old woman file for divorce

South African 9 year old boy who married a 62-year-old woman file for divorce

Nine-year-old Saneie Masilela has become the world's youngest groom for the second time after remarrying the 62-year-old woman he tied the knot with last year.

Dressed in a silvery tuxedo, baby-faced Saneie clutched the hand of mother-of-five Helen Shabangu - her children are aged between 28- and 38-years-old - as they repeated their vows a year on in front of 100 guests.

The schoolboy says he did it to make the marriage 'official' but other villagers in Ximhungwe in Mpumalanga, South Africa describe it as "sickening".

The ceremony - where guests shared a piece of cake - took place in front of Helen's long-term husband Alfred Shabangu, 66, who was there last year as well.

He said: "My kids and I are happy because we don't have a problem with her marrying the boy - and I don’t care what other people say.”

Both families claim the wedding is simply another 'ritual' after Saneie was told by his dead ancestors to wed last year and his parents forked out £500 for the bride and another £1,000 for the ceremony.

But the schoolboy - the youngest of five children – wanted to follow South African tradition and insisted they have the second ceremony this week to make their marriage official.

The young groom said he still hoped he would have a proper wedding to a woman his own agewhen he was older.

He added: “I told my mother that I wanted to get married because I really did want to.
"I'm happy that I married Helen – but I will go to school and study hard.

"When I’m older I will marry a lady my own age. I chose Helen because I love her and, although we don’t live together all the time, we meet at the dumping site where my mother works regularly."

Recycling worker  Helen – who donned the same dress as last year – said: “I’m very happy that the boy chose me and my family support and understand that it is part of making ancestors happy.

"One day Sanele would grow normally and have family of his own and get married one day, all this ceremony is for making ancestors happy. We are playing.”

Sanele’s 47-year-old mum, Patience Masilela said: “Sanele was fine and he was happy about the ceremony last year and it what he wanted – he was not shy.

“He was just happy to get married, very excited and was not embarrassed about it. So much so he wanted to do it again.

“After the wedding last year people keep asking them question like will they live together, sleep together, have babies but I keep telling them that after the wedding everything went back to normal - nothing changed.

“Sanele moved to Venda not long after the wedding because he wanted to learn a new language, but they are very close. Our families are very close.

“It was nice celebrate with a wedding once more, it was after all a calling from the ancestors.

“By doing this we made the ancestors happy. If we hadn’t done what my son had asked then something bad would have happened in the family."
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

DOOM pastor apologises to South Africans - I'm a true Prophet!

DOOM pastor apologises to South Africans - I'm a true Prophet!

DOOM pastor apologises to South Africans - I'm a true Prophet!

PASTOR Lethebo Rabalao yesterday apologised to Mzansi for spraying Doom in people’s faces.

The self-proclaimed prophet apparently fears a prison sentence.

Rabalao testified in Mookgopong Magistrates Court yesterday, saying he never meant to hurt anyone.

He was earlier found guilty on five charges of assault with intention to cause grievous harm, as well as contravening the Agricultural Remedies Act.

He asked the court to consider that he had complied with the High Court ruling when he was banned from using Doom to spray people.

“I admit to be corrected. It is painful but also a teaching because as a young person, I understand I can also be corrected by the law.

“The court must look at things from its perspective. I am operating as a prophet and not a pastor or a teacher,” said Rabalao.
Magistrate Frans Mahodi told him that beliefs and how they were practised had to be in line with the Constitution.

“What are you saying to the victims of your actions? The case is for the whole nation. We need to understand you saying you are a prophet and not a pastor.

“You were here when the council of churches said they didn’t recognise your church. Why are you not recognised, yet you say you are led by the spirit and take instruction from above directly?”

State Prosecutor Chris Maruma wanted to know if Rabalao would disappear, as he previously claimed, if the court sent him to jail.

Rabalao denied remembering telling anyone such a thing.

His mum, Everistor Rabalao (57), asked the court to think about her disability. “I can’t survive without Lethebo. He is the only one helping and protecting me,” she said.
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Thursday, February 22

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Pastor Mboro meets God to negotiate Cape Town rain again

Pastor Mboro meets God to negotiate Cape Town rain again

Pastor Mboro meets God to negotiate Cape Town rain again

IT WON’T be easy, but Prophet Mboro has no doubt Cape Town’s water problems will soon be over. The prophet said he will have a meeting with God and soon the city will receive the blessing of showers from the sky! I PLAN TO PRAY HARD AND I WILL MAKE IT RAIN, HE SAID. “Whoever spoke about Day Zero in Cape Town did not include God in their plan of action,” the prophet from Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, told Daily Sun.
“I serve a God of miracles. The prayers we conduct will turn Day Zero into a day of rising waters in Cape Town.” Pastor Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng said the road to Cape Town’s redemption begins at his church tonight. “The meeting with God is critical. Before I start anything as big as this, I need to have a meeting with the creator, God. I plan to pray hard and I will make it rain.”
He said his meeting will go on all night and everybody is welcome. “I will have a face to face meeting with God who will tell me what to do to save the city,” he said. “It will not be a secret meeting. I’m inviting all people from all walks of life to come forward and support the initiative. We seek God’s powers to help the entire nation and specifically the City of Cape Town.”
On Wednesday, the prayers will continue in Cape Town. “The prayers are not about making Prophet Mboro popular. We are inviting all other religious leaders and people across the country to join the prayers on Wednesday in Cape Town.”
He said the timeline for when the rain will hit the parched Cape earth can’t be discussed before his meeting with God. “God will reveal to me when He will bless the people with rain.” Mboro said he prayed for rain in Ekurhuleni, Vaal and the Free State when the provinces had the same problems.
DA provincial leader Bonginkosi Madikizela said Cape Town needs more than prayers. “We welcome all people with any kind of help to assist with the crisis, but people must realise prayers alone are not the answer. The way people use water is the most important thing.”
“People’s behaviour must change and they must get used to the hard times the city is experiencing.”He said each person was allowed to use 50 litres of water per day. “Experts have also warned residents there is no rain forecast,” he said. The Western Cape is working to at least keep water running at schools.
Source ONline
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Watch: Uzalo 21 February 2018 [video]

Watch: Uzalo 21 February 2018 [video]

Watch: Uzalo 21 February 2018 [video]

On Wednesday’s episode of Uzalo, Pastor Mdletshe is still struggling to come to grips with the tragic death of MaNzuza as he spirals out of control. Mastermind is also in disbelief as he deals with the fact that Smangele left his plenty of money.
Please note: The episode will be available to watch for seven days after its first broadcast. After that, it will be deleted.

Watch the latest episode in video below

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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Watch Video: Connie Ferguson tw.erk_ing for Shona Ferguson for the first time

Watch Video: Connie Ferguson tw_erk_ing for Shona Ferguson for the first time
Conny Ferguson tw3rk for Shona Ferguson for the first time

The Mzansi' Beyonce 'Connie Ferguson' is well known in the film industry for her acting,directing and producing talent.

Connie Ferguson is also seen sh@k!ng her b_u_m. As unusual we bring to you the first video where you will be seeing Connie Ferguson tw3rk!ng for her husband bae.

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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Mzansi Queen Of Tw.er_king Busi Mkhize Goes Without Pant_ie.s!

Mzansi Queen Of Tw3r_k!ng Busi Mkhize Goes Without Pant_i3s!

Buhle Mkhize knows how to thirst trap. She’s a bona fide professional and she proved it again on Instagram when she revealed that she was getting ready to go on a date with her man

She also added that she was currently wearing no und3r_wear for the date.

She posted the sul_try picture below and captioned it:

“No pant_ies. Ayiii kahle-ke with judgement on a Sunday. Wena do you wear pant_!es to a lunch date with your man? Don’t answer if you do, I’m already bored”

Buhle has found herself trending all over South Africa over the past few weeks after sharing videos and pictures of herself in revealing clothing

Although some people have slammed her antics, she doesn’t seem to mind the criticism that is coming her way.

Source: Online
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Menzi Ngubane Ties his 11 years pregnant child for witchcraft

Menzi Ngubane Ties his 11 years pregnant child for witchcraft
Menzi Ngubane 'Sibusiso Dlomo' Ties his 11 years pregnant child for witchcraft

Popular actor Menzi Ngubane is currently in police custody for holding his 11 years pregnant daughter hostage, amidst accusations of witchcraft.

He believes bad tokoloshe spirits have taken residence on his children and in order to get rid of these evil entities he must imitate the crucifixion of Christ.

“Evil spirits hate Jesus and the fact that he died for our sins. The cross is a symbol of their defeat” he is believed to have uttered.

This bizarre advice all came from a prophet who operates within the containment of the white garment apostolic churches.

Mr Sibusiso Dlomo forcefully tied his children with ropes to heavy crosses and locked her in the darkness, forcing her to go without food for days.
This is believed to be the process of trapping the spirits and weakening their resolve. The prophet was to come on the 7th day to finally do the ritual that would get rid of the bad spirits for good.

“The child is believed to have been bewitched by a neighbour who began using her for her dark activities at night” said a close source.

Menzi Ngubane is due to go for a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he was of a sound mind when he did these horrendous action. Witchcraft is a testy subject when it comes to the law. Although it is given the benefit of the doubt in customary law, evidence is hard to procure as most of it is circumstantial and heresy.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Chicco's son Longwe arrested for the murder of Senzo Meyiwa

Chicco Twala's son Longwe Twala arrested for the murder of Senzo Meyiwa

Bucs good news is Senzo Meyiwa's killer is known, all along Kelly and her sister, Kelly's mom were aware of who killed senzo. Sad news is that Chicco Twala played a role in hiding the information from the police because it is his gun that was used.

The actual killer of Senzo Meyiwa is Chico's son 'Longwe Twala' who was dealing with drugs with Kelly. When Kelly refused or delayed to pay thats when the scuffle broke. Senzo tried to interven when Chico's son pushed Kelly and said " ngizokushaya wena". Senzo jumped in and said "mfethu yi medi yam le uyenza so".

Kelly's sister who was dating Chico's son instructed Senzo " Senzo hlala phansi please". Chico's son then took few steps towards then door as if he was leaving and suddendly drew a pistol and pointed towards Kelly. Senzo jumped and pushed Kelly behind shouting " wenzani mfethu?" Chicco's son pulled the trigger and hit Senzo.

See evidence >>> HERE
Everyone screamed and Kelly asked "uyazibona ukuthu usuwenzeni? " He apologised and said " Bengifuna ukumethusa I didnt mean to shoot at him". Chicco tried to corrupt the police to have his son's name cleared. He did report to the police that his gun was missing on that particular day.

Meyiwa was shot on October 26, 2014, at singer Kelly Khumalo’s Vosloorus home.

At least the person who killed our beloved brother has been found and the nation is happy.

Source: Ge we Sena Pelo Wa Shwa (Facebook page name )
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

South African government legalize witchcraft

Ramaphosa - South African government legalize witchcraft

Good news, the nation got even cooler this week following the updates about the criminal code to remove laws outlawing witchcraft, fortune-telling, and dueling.

(Potential new fortune: “You are going to get yourself stabbed to death in a duel.”) The archaic laws have been on the books for years, and have mostly been invoked in recent years when people claiming magical powers managed to bilk tens of thousands of dollars out of their fellow citizens in exchange for their mystical “prowess.”

Somewhat sadly, the repeal of the magic-and-swordplay laws was less about transforming South Africa into a more polite version african, and more about getting rid of redundancy—not to mention religious and sexist prejudices.
“Don’t use magic to rip people off” and “don’t k!ll people” are already pretty rigorously covered under the country’s fraud and murder statutes, and the witchcraft laws, especially, were often used to unfairly target women and practitioners of Sangomas.

South African pagans have apparently been trying for some time to get the overly specific prohibitions off the country’s books.

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Wednesday, February 21

Mahlatse Ramatseba



Controversial Zodwa wabantu has made headlines again early this week when she took her maiden flight from Durban’s King Shaka International Airport to Cape Town International Airport with her supposedly bae.

However, an air hostess in the Mango flight in which zodwa was in has revealed shocking details which indicate that zodwa messed her pants and had the whole plane smelling like kak throughout the 2 hours flight. West Inks’ zodwa and her bae are both scared of flying that they have had to cancel shows that were out of driving range.
The couple however took a gig in cape Town and because of engagements in Durban, it meant they had to fly to Cape Town to honor their contract. First timer zodwa would not contain her bowels as it is reported she let rip a foul sticking kaka that engulfed the whole plane. An air hostess said “Yooh zodwa kaked in her pants and flies were buzzing everywhere when we landed. She was in the vip but even those in economy lounge would smell the stench. I almost fainted”.

Another passenger who was in the same flight said zodwa's bae tried to diffuse the situation. ‘he was laughing and singing while zodwa looked down in embarrassment. The whole thing was a mess”

We tried to call zodwa’s manager but he refused to comment citing that he was not part of the crew that traveled to Cape Town therefore he could not comment.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

God's General Evangelist Billy Graham dies at 99

God's General Evangelist Billy Graham dies at 99 -Billy Graham dead

(CNN)Evangelist Billy Graham -- a confidant to presidents, a guiding light to generations of American evangelicals and a globe-trotting preacher who converted millions to Christianity -- died Wednesday at the age of 99, his spokesman confirmed to CNN.

Graham passed away at his home in Montreat, North Carolina, spokesman Jeremy Blume said.
The skinny preacher with the booming voice evangelized to nearly 215 million people over six decades and prayed with US presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama.

Several presidents, including Lyndon Johnson, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, relied closely on his spiritual counsel.
He was tall and handsome, with a disarming aw-shucks demeanor and a Southern twang to his voice. But Graham's influence, historians say, was monumental. Some called him "America's pastor," others referred to him as the "Protestant pope."

Graham is reported to have persuaded more than 3 million people to commit their lives to Christianity and his preaching was heard in 185 of the world's 195 countries, according to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

"He was probably the dominant religious leader of his era; no more than one or two popes, perhaps one or two other people, could come close to what he achieved," said William Martin, a former historian at Rice University and the author of "A Prophet with Honor: The Billy Graham Story."
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