Monday, November 12

Mahlatse Ramatseba



LINDIWE regrets trying to fix what was not broken. Her obsession with keeping her man ruined her marriage.

This comes after she was advised by her friend eight years ago, before she got married, to take her s3x towel to a sangoma to help keep her man. Lindiwe Mgaga (38) from Orange Farm, south of Joburg is now devastated.

She doesn’t know whether to blame her friend or the sangoma whom she consulted. She said she was desperate and just wanted to make sure her husband Peter (40) didn’t leave her.

“I am not justifying what I did, but marriages get wrecked all the time and I just wanted mine not to end,” said Lindiwe.

She said a week before she got married, she took the towel she and her husband used to wipe the fluids after s3x, or rather ‘s3x juices’ to a sangoma.

“The sangoma worked on it, tied it up and instructed me to hide it in the house,” she said.

But there were troubles a few months after they were married.
“We started arguing a lot for no reason. A year later, he started cheating on me,” said Lindiwe.

She said she suspected the trouble in her marriage was caused by the towel. Lindiwe said when she went back to the sangoma, she was nowhere to be found.

“I panicked and decided to consult another sangoma, who told me he could not help me and that the towel I used to keep my marriage was wrecking it,” she said.

She said things became worse over the years.
They started sleeping in separate rooms and cooking in different pots.

Lindiwe suggested they go for counselling, but her husband refused.

In April, Lindiwe decided to come clean and told her husband everything.

“I thought this would make things better and that he would help me fight this, but he was furious,” she said.

Then her husband moved out.

Peter told Daily Sun he was not willing to fix his marriage.

He wants a divorce.

“If she could do this to me and our marriage, then she could probably do worse. That’s not the woman I married,” said Peter.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba



Items that belong to a person that has passed on are usually treasured, even more if they belonged to a revered well-known celebrity such as a Sfiso Ncwane.

The year 2016 saw the nation bid farewell to one of its musical talents, Sfiso Ncwane. This gospel giant had worked tirelessly to cement his name in the world of music. However, the latest reports have implied that his legacy has been tempered with after his home was vandalised in Adams Mission, Durban.

According to Ilanga Langesonto, it seems the late gospel singer’s home has turned into a crime hotspot, as criminals have helped themselves to the late artist’s belongings including windows, tiles, doors and bricks.
This newspaper also reported that Adams Mission’s chief, Mbongeni Makhanya confirmed that Sfiso does have a house in the area. However, they can’t do much about its horrid conditions as they’re reportedly waiting for his wife, Ayanda Ncwane, to decide on the way forward.

With such news coming out, one wonders how some people sleep at night. It is sad to know that Sfiso’s hard work has been reduced to nothing. Hopefully his family will come forward and find a solution for the house.

– Zalebs
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Sunday, November 11

Mahlatse Ramatseba



NYAOPE and weed are drugs of choice among many of Mzansi’s youth, but Indonesian teens are getting high with the help of sanitary pads and nappies.

According to Coconuts, the weird practice of boiling sanitary pads and nappies and drinkingthe water to get high first became popular in 2016 among teens in Central java.

It fell out of fashion for a few years but now it seems the trend is back.

It is apparently particularly favoured by kids between 13 and 16 years old who come from poor backgrounds.
Other drugs are unaffordable, and they are determined to experiment with mind-altering substances in whatever way they can.

Central Java Narcotics Eradication Department Head Suprinarto told Okezone said: “They used to dig through trash to find used menstrual pads, and then they boiled them. But now they buy new pads. Inside there are gels that soak up liquid — that gives the ‘fly’ effect.”

The Indonesian Institute of Mental Health Addiction and Neuroscience warned that drinkingthe water containing the chemicals found in sanitary pads and nappies can be dangerous, potentially damaging the kidneys, the liver and causing cancer.

Sanitary pad water is not on the list of illegal drugs in Indonesia and no arrests have been reported.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

King Monada Perform In United Kingdom After The #MalwedheChallenge reached Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania and China

King Monada To Perform In United Kingdom After The #MalwedheChallenge reached Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania and China

King Monada's Malwedhe has raised concern at home. Now it is going continental.
China is already in on the action, and the star says he has since been invited to perform in the UK.
"This year we Idibala," says Limpopo-based singer King Monada.
His hit song, Malwedhe, which has inspired the #IdibalaChallenge, is now spreading beyond South Africa's borders, and has been spotted as far afield as China.

It has also popped up in Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda and Kenya.
Speaking during an interview on the news channel, eNCA, the singer said he has now been asked to perform in the United Kingdom.
Malwedhe means illness or sickness in the Bolobedu dialect of the Sepedi language. The dance sees fans falling to the ground at the chorus and words: ke na le bolwedhe bao idibala (I have an illness of fainting), which has caused some concern about its potential to cause injuries.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Sophie Ndaba getting healed : 'I'm not dead, a zombie or in ICU' - Watch Video

Sophie Ndaba on healing : 'I'm not dead, a zombie or in ICU' - Watch Video

After going through the most over the past few weeks, Sophie Ndaba has decided to share a video on Instagram to squash death rumours once and for all.

Two weeks ago Sophie found herself on the Twitter trends list after it was rumoured that she had died. A few weeks before that Sophie was body-shamed for her weight loss.
Sophie, whose hair and face beat is on fleek in the video made it clear that she's definitely not sick or dead.

"Living with Diabetes is not a death sentence. I'm living a fabulous life," she said.

Watch the rest of the video here:
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Bushiri refuse to pay R10m bribe to police & Ramaphosa's advisers to make his cases disappear

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri resists R10m extortion by cops

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri in his private jet. Bushiri has reportedly opened a case of extortion against cops who wanted R10m from him to make his allegedly concocted cases disappear.

Enlightened Christian Gathering leader prophet Shepherd Bushiri is embroiled in a R10m extortion drama that allegedly involves corrupt crime intelligence cops and then deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa's advisers.

Bushiri opened a case of extortion with the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) in February against crime intelligence unit cops and two men purported to be from Ramaphosa's former retinue.

He also reported the shenanigans to the crime intelligence inspector-general Setlhomamaru Dintwe.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Meet 'Mamatho Rotondwa' who stapped boyfriend 'Makungo Thikholelwi' to death in Mbilwi, Thohoyandou, Venda over drinking spree

Video of a 19 years old girl who killed his 25 years boyfriend to death in Venda, Mbilwi, Thohoyandou over drinking spree

Police in Thohoyandou arrested a 19-year-old woman after she allegedly stabbed to death her 25-year-old boyfriend during a drinking spree at Mbilwi village outside Thohoyandou this weekend.

The couple was with other patrons at one of the local liquor outlets when an argument erupted between them. The suspect took out a sharp object and stabbed her partner.

Police and the medical emergency services were summoned to the scene and swiftly responded. The man was taken to the local hospital where he was certified dead on arrival.
Police immediately launched a manhunt until the suspect was arrested when she handed herself over late yesterday.

Meanwhile, in Lephalale, police have arrested a 31-year-old man for allegedly killing his 36-year-old former partner at Marapong location Extension 4 outside Lephalale this weekend.

It is alleged that the deceased asked the suspect to accompany him to his home but the suspect declined. The deceased later went to the suspect's house and allegedly found her with another man and an argument ensued during which the suspect stabbed the man to death with a sharp object.

Both suspects will appear before the Thohoyandou and Lephalale Magistrate’s Courts respectively on Monday on charges of murder.

Saps has urged members of the community to refrain from resorting to violence in cases of any sort of dispute including domestic-related disputes that lead to the unnecessary loss of lives.

Investigations are still continuing
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Saturday, November 10

Mahlatse Ramatseba

5 people & 7-month-old child killed on N1 accident in an attempted robbery

Attempted robbery leads to multi-vehicle accident on N1 which claimed five lives

Five people, including a 7-month-old child were killed early this morning (Saturday) on the N1 in a multi-vehicle accident after a truck allegedly drove on to the road while fleeing armed suspects.

LIMPOPO – According to a statement issued by Police spokesperson, Brigadier Motlefela Mojapelo, the multi-vehicle accident between a truck and three other vehicles happened at around 02:30 on the N1-24 between Modimolle mountain and Kranskop Tollgate.

“A truck allegedly experienced mechanical problems and stopped next to the road when two suspects suddenly emerged and attempted to rob it’s driver. The truck driver immediately pulled off onto the road in front of traffic and a Toyota Tazz collided into the truck from behind,” he said.
After the armed suspects fired shots in the direction of the truck the driver decided to not stop and proceeded straight to Naboomspruit Police Station.

In the meantime the occupants from the Toyota were climbing out of the vehicle when two other vehicles slammed into them, killing five people on the spot, he added.

According to a Spokesman for the Department of Transport, Matome -Taueatsoala, a Toyota Pajero and Viano collided with the Tazz.

Five people including a seven-month-old baby from the Tazz were killed. A further three occupants including the driver sustained critical injuries.

From the other two vehicles twelve people, including a driver sustained minor injuries, he concluded.

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Friday, November 9

Mahlatse Ramatseba



Mayonnaise is easily available in the market and can work wonders for your skin. Apart from lightening your skin tone, it moisturises as well as hydrates your skin.

Everyone is not blessed with a radiant and spotless skin. But we all want flawless skin. However, home remedies are a perfect solution for beautiful skin.

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One such home remedy that works the best for lightening your skin tone is mayonnaise. It is easily available in the market and can work wonders for your skin.

Apart from lightening your skin tone, it moisturises as well as hydrates your skin. It also exfoliates your skin and removes any kind of dirt and dust settled on your skin.
It also helps to remove dead skin cells from your skin. Here, in this article, we have listed below a quick, simple, and easy-to-do mayonnaise mask recipe for skin lightening.

How To Use Mayonnaise For Skin Lightening?

2 tbsp of mayonnaise
1 tbsp of honey
1 tbsp of powdered sugar
1 tbsp of finely grounded oatmeal
1 tsp of lemon juice

Take a bowl, add mayonnaise and mix it with honey. Then add powdered sugar to the mayonnaise-honey mix and whisk it well. Add finely grounded oatmeal to the mixture and blend all the ingredients well. Finally, add the lemon juice and blend all the ingredients until they form one creamy paste. Wash your face with clean water and with a tissue pat it completely dry. Use a brush to apply the creamy mayonnaise paste on your face. You can use your hands too but it might get messy sometimes and that is why a brush is always recommended. Apply the pack to your neck as well so that the skin tone of your face. While applying the pack avoid your eyes, ears, and mouth. Before you proceed to wash it off with warm water let the pack stay for about 20 minutes. Pat your face dry with a clean towel. For desired results repeat this pack once a week.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

7 students 'Girls' from Navalsig High School in Bloemfontein caught on camera smoking 'dagga apple' - Video

Video of grade 8 & 9 students 'girls' from Navalsig High School in Bloemfontein caught on camera smoking 'dagga apple' - Video 

A video of seven under-aged learners from a Bloemfontein school smoking what appears to be dagga in an apple bong has surfaced on social media.

The Free State Department of Education has confirmed the incident to OFM News and has urged members of the public to not share the video on social media platforms, identifying them.

OFM quoted the departmental spokesperson, Howard Ndaba, saying because the incident took place in May earlier this year, the learners will not be suspended immediately and be allowed to continue with their exams, as five of them are, according to the South African Schools Act, still a compulsory school-going age.
Ndaba said all learners are expected to appear before the School Governing Body in a disciplinary hearing today with their parents present.

In the video, the pupils, wearing their school uniforms, are seen holding an apple with a dagga joint stuck in the top.

The apple has a small hole on the side, where each pupil is seen taking a drag.

It circulates between the pupils. At the end of the video, the pupils bite into the apple and eat it.

When dagga is smoked through an apple, it is believed the user's breath will not smell of the sustance.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Itumeleng Maseko’s murder case postponed to next year 15 January 2019 - See Why

Itumeleng Maseko’s murder case postponed to next year January 15

The case against Itumeleng Maseko has been postponed to next year January for police to complete investigations.

She appeared just after 9 in the morning on Friday wearing a black outfit with a black doek and a grey shoal.

Standing quietly in the accused’s box Maseko listened as state prosecutor Johan Haremse told the court that they still have to obtain two statements as a well a “photo album” that would form part of evidence.

Haremse then asked the court to postpone the matter to 15 January 2019.

Maseko a mother of two very young kids – a 4-year-old and a 4-month-old – is accused of killing 30-year-old Caswell Maseko in the early morning of 1 September 2018.

The married couple lived in their Mereldene Estate home eMalahleni town and had allegedly argued on the night the multi-millionaire died.
In court papers Itumeleng said she would plead not guilty and would tell the court “the basis of my defence during trial stage”.

Her lawyer known as Miriri said they do not know what two statements the investigators wanted to obtain.

“I told the court to struck the matter off the roll because our law states it very clear that if it is found that there are unaddressible delays and there is a party to be blamed one can request the matter be struck off the roll pending the finalisation of that which is causing the delays” Miriri said when he spoke to the 013NEWS reporter after the matter has been postponed.

The court was not packed with friends of the slain Caswell as it was on 13 September 2018 when Itumeleng was applying for bail.

Only two of his friends were inside court and Itumeleng was also seen with two men and a woman who were accompanying her.

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