Mzansi Stories

Friday, February 10


AKA allegedly shot dead in drive-by shooting on Durban’s Florida Road

Rapper AKA allegedly shot dead in drive-by shooting on Durban’s Florida Road

Award winning rapper AKA. The musician whose real name is Kiernan Forbes, has allegedly been shot dead in Durban on Friday.

Details of his murder were still sketchy at the time of publishing this article.

It is believed that AKA was supposed to perform at his birthday party on Friday.

However, he was accosted by unknown gunmen who fatally him several times, in what appears to be a hit, outside a restaurant on Florida Road. The event has since been cancelled.

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Friday, October 29


Zimbabwean woman gives birth to a frog - watch video

 A Zimbabwean woman gave birth to a ‘frog-like creature’ 

Precious Nyathi, from the village of Gokwe, in the north west of the country, was eight months pregnant when she went into labour. 

But her husband, Mr Nomore, was left baffled when the 36-year-old gave birth to ‘something strange’ which resembled an amphibious creature. 

Precious Nyathi gave birth to a bizarre ‘frog-like creature’  – before being ordered to burn its corpse in front of horrified villagers 

The baby later died in hospital before village elders ordered that the ‘frog-like creature’ be burnt in front of residents.

Some say its Witchcraft while other sày It is a Fertility ritual practised in Africa. Apparently they use "fertility" frogs but mostly "fertility snakes" believed to cure infertility. Other country use it if you are cheating on your partner.

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Thursday, October 21


King Monada’s BMW M4 repossessed

 King Monada’s M4 was taken by Police on Wednesday 2021-08-20, According to a source “King Monada is Owing Lot’s Of Money on the car. The bank had to repossess the car to recover the outstanding amount.”

People took to social media to have their say on the issue.

 Whatever is happening… Inxeba le Ndoda alihlekwa

King Monada shall regroup🐷”  said one Facebook user.

“ We might not know the reason for this, but all I can say is that,  Mercedes benz C63 ya gagwe ba e tšeri so then ya boya ele ye blue with some spoiler🔥. Le drop zone nyana👌

So I guess it'll definitely come back with some changes.🙏” said another Facebook user.

Indeed. Judging from the current economic challenges and the impact of Covid19 pandemic, this can happen to anyone. I guess King Monada will bounce back. Said one more user

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Thursday, September 30


Hungry photographer deletes all photos of couple after being denied food at wedding


The hungry photographer, who is apparently the friend of the groom shared his story his sob online.

Weddings are full of engaging, amusing, and astonishing moments that often leave revellers in splits or amazed. In one such event, a wedding photographer deleted all the photos and videos he shot at the wedding when he was denied food. As a protest, he trashed all the photos right in front of the groom.

The hungry photographer, who is apparently the friend of the groom and a full-time dog groomer took to Reddit to share his sob story. 

"I am not really a photographer, I am a dog groomer," he began narrating. As per his story, he was "convinced" to shoot at his friend's wedding who was on a "shoestring budget." He started around 11 am and was due to finish at 7:30 pm. However, around lunchtime, he noticed that he was not allotted a spot at the table. When he asked the groom for a brief break for "20 mins to get something to eat and drink" the groom not only outrightly refused, instead he was insolent and cheeky. "He tells me I need to either be (the) photographer or leave without pay," he wrote on Reddit.

"So, I deleted the photos!"

"With the heat, being hungry, being generally annoyed at the circumstances, I asked if you are sure, and he said yes! So, I deleted all the photos I took in front of him and took off saying I am not a photographer anymore," the vexed photographer wrote on Reddit. "If I was to be paid R2500, honestly at that point I would have paid R2500 just for a glass of cold water and somewhere to sit down for 5 minutes," he added. Lastly, he ended the post by asking netizens' to make their own judgments about the situation.

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Sunday, September 26


Over 200 gorillas tested positive for COVID-19


Uganda has started testing its mountain gorilla population for Covid- 19 to isolate those that may have been ex-posed to and picked it from infected humans. 

So far more than 200 gorillas have tested positive for COVID-19.

Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), a not-for-profit organisation, in  partnership with Uganda Wildlife Authority and Uganda Virus Research Institute, has started sample collection for  testing Sars-CoV-2 in mountain gorillas  at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.  In January, eight captive gorillas were  believed to have the virus after three of  them were diagnosed positive for coronavirus through faecal sample analysis  at the Zoo Safari Park in San Diego, US.

Experts said they are “collecting non-invasive mountain gorilla faecal samples to preserve them for testing.

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Wednesday, September 8


Police constable who ordered hitmen to kill her family for insurance money appears in court


A woman who allegedly narrowly escaped being killed by her sister on Wednesday took the witness stand in the high court sitting in Palm Ridge.

Joyce Ndlovu shared intricate details about her relationship with her sister, former constable Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, who not only stands accused of trying to murder her but also five of her relatives and her own boyfriend.

The court has heard how Nomia hired hitmen to kill Joyce and her five children in a bid to claim from a life insurance and funeral policy she had taken out on her sister.

A female Gauteng police officer allegedly insured her family members then went on a killing spree, wiping them out with the help of hitmen then claiming from insurance companies.

Among the people Constable Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu allegedly ordered hits on are her elderly mother, partner, two sisters as well as her five nephews and nieces.

The killing spree started in 2012 and came to an end in 2018 but six people had already been brutally killed and she had allegedly received almost R1.4 million in insurance claims.

However, it is believed that what finally brought her down was ordering a hit on her sister’s children, the youngest of whom was only five months old. The “horrified” hitman informed the police and a trap was set leading to her arrest.

Ndlovu, who worked at the Tembisa Police Station at the time of her arrest, faces six counts of murder, four counts of fraud, obstruction of justice and eights counts of conspiracy to commit murder. According to the indictment, one of her victims was her sister Audrey whom she had insured with different companies and listing herself as the beneficiary.

On the morning of June 25, 2013, she visited Audrey, allegedly made her tea, put a “harmful substance” in it, gave it to her and left. When she went back to Audrey’s house to check on her later that afternoon, she was still alive.

She allegedly strangled her and left. Her body had already decomposed when it was later found.

Ndlovu is said to have submitted several claims to various insurance companies on the policies she initiated on her sister and was paid over R700 000.

Years later, Audrey’s son – Brilliant Mashego – found out that Ndlovu had received money from insurance companies following her mother’s death.

He allegedly confronted her and demanded that she pay it to him.However, Ndlovu allegedly organised a hit on Mashego too. His body, which had massive head injuries, was found on the streets.Not even Ndlovu’s live-in lover, Yingwani Maurice Mabasa could be spared.

In October 14 2015, Mabasa was viciously attacked, sustaining horrific head injuries. His attackers dumped his body not far from Olifantsfontein Police Station and fled, but did not take his wallet and money. Insurance companies paid Ndlovu R416 357 and she contributed R40 000 towards the funeral of the deceased, claims the indictment.

Another alleged victim of Ndlovu’s was her cousin, Witness Madaka Homu, whom she had insured. One day Homu left his home for work but never made it. His body, with severe head injuries, was discovered in the bushes.

According to the indictment, Ndlovu submitted several claims to various insurance companies following Homu’s death and was paid R131 000 .

However, she allegedly did not contribute a cent to Homu’s family to help with funeral expenses.

Zanale Motha was a niece of Ndlovu’s who was also brutally killed, allegedly for insurance money at the behest of her aunt.

Ndlovu allegedly took out funeral insurance policies for Motha from January 2016 to May that year.


The following month in June, she allegedly invited Motha to her house for two weeks. A few days later, Motha was found lying on the side of the road. She had been so severely attacked that her head injuries rendered her unable to speak. She died a few days later. “The insurance companies paid a total of R119 840 to the accused (Ndlovu) for funeral expenses for the deceased (Motha). The accused did not contribute to the funeral of the deceased,” says the indictment.

Mayeni Mashaba was also a relative of Ndlovu who was shot dead on the day that Ndlovu had arranged that they meet. It’s not yet known if he had also been insured by Ndlovu.

The other people that Ndlovu is accused of trying to kill are her mother Maria Nyavana Mushwana, her sister Nomasonto Gloria Ndlovu and her five children.

Allegations are that she had taken several insurance policies in her mother’s name and gave a hitman, Lakhiwe Mkhize, R2 600 to kill her. She allegedly pointed out her mother’s house to Mkhize, gave him the money and left as he entered her mother’s home.

Mkhize went inside the house and when he saw an old, vulnerable woman standing in front of him, his nerve failed him.

He could not go ahead with the hit. Instead, he asked for water and left. After Mkhize failed to kill her mother, Ndlovu allegedly contacted another man, Njabulo Vincent Kunene, and asked him to kill her sister, Nomasonto and her five children.

It is believed that this was a second attempt on Nomasonto’s life as Ndlovu’s first hit on her the previous year in 2017 had failed.

Kunene was allegedly horrified at the suggestion that he kill a woman and all her five children, one of whom was 5-month old infant. He did not not go ahead with the hit and instead told the police who then set a trap for Ndlovu.

On the day of the planned murder, Ndlovu, Kunene, another man as well as an undercover police officer, made their way to her sister’s house in a car furnished with a recording device that recorded audio and visuals inside. Along the way, Ndlovu allegedly bought petrol and told the “hitmen” that they must kill her sister and children by burning them inside the house.

She allegedly made it clear that the family must not be shot as that would raise suspicion. The indictment states that she said she would give them sleeping tablets and when they are asleep, the hitmen must break into the house, put socks in their mouths and set them alight. “She handed the undercover police officer a plastic bag full of pills. The accused (Ndlovu) also told them that another plan is to strangle the intended victims and to then set them alight.

“She warned them not to use a knife or a gun in killing her family, as it would delay the insurance claim. Whereas a fire would not raise suspicion, as it would look like an accident.

“The accused (Ndlovu) made it clear to the hitmen that she would only claim for the death of her sister. The reason why they will be killing the children is to eliminate any witnesses,” says the indictment.

After pointing out her sister’s house to the “hitmen” Ndlovu asked to be taken to a taxi rank where waiting police officers arrested her.

Her sister and her children were not harmed.

Ndlovu has been in custody since March 2018, and her several attempts at being released on bail have failed.

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Wednesday, September 1


Foreign Illegal Miners in Giyani committing crimes - SA women are allowing them because of money

Foreign illegal miners have invaded the village of Shamfana just outside Giyani. 

For greater certainty, hundreds of undocumented illegal miners now live in the village of Shamfana. 

The planned elimination follows after the neighboring village, Bambeni in the past week got rid of the Zimbabweans who tried to invade the village. 

Our source said that women are the ones who allow these illegally undocumented miners to invade the villages. "Single women keep these dangerous individuals at home because of money. 

"Since the death of the village headman, Dzumeri, Shamfana has become worthless.”


"It is unfortunate that women are putting their safety at risk because of the money. A local teacher was attacked by these illegal miners last week. 

"We are working swiftly on a plan to get rid of all illegal miners in our village, enough is enough",  added our source. 

Among the illegal miners are South Africans, Zimbabweans and Lesotho nationals digging gold in the village of Shamfana. 

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Covid-19: Japan finds black particles in vaccine

Japan has put a batch of Covid-19 vaccine on hold after finding black particles in a vial.

A Japanese pharmacist saw several black particles in one vial of the vaccine in Kanagawa Prefecture, according to the country's health authorities and even though some 3,790 people had already received shots from the batch the rest of the batch has now been put on hold.

The pharmacist found the black particles while checking for foreign substances before the vaccine's use.

The jab's domestic distributor has collected the vial suspected to be contaminated.

The news comes less than a week after Japan suspended the use of about 1.63 million doses due to contamination.

Takeda Pharmaceutical, who distributes the vaccine in Japan, had just last week put three batches of the vaccine on hold after "foreign materials" were found in some doses of a batch of roughly 560,000 vials.

Spanish pharmaceutical firm Rovi, who bottles the vaccine, said in a statement that a manufacturing chIn in Spain could be the cause of the issue and that an investigation was underway 

On Tuesday, August 31, Japan's health minister claimed foreign matter found in the vaccine in the southern prefecture of Okinawa were due to needles being incorrectly inserted into vials.

In Japan just 40% of citizens have been fully vaccinated.

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Tuesday, August 31


See why this man walks around with R20 000 attached to his clothes In Durban


Andile Dlamini is turning many heads at the Durban Magistrates court. 

Andile told one of the journalist during a court adjournment that pinning money on his clothes it's his brand. 


Andile said he has pinned over 20-thousand rand to his clothes. He says that he is a traditional healer and once he help someone he pin the money on his clothes. He is one or the supporters of Bonginkosi Khanyile.

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Kanyi Mbau is missing in Dubai

 Kanyi Mbau’s millionaire Zimbabwean boyfriend who is also paying for her daughter’s fees recently took her to an all expense paid trip to Dubai for 3 weeks where Khanyi Mbau apparently went missing.

Khanyi Mbau has allegedly gone missing in Dubai. The reality TV star’s boyfriend shared some alarming posts about her disappearance online and Mzansi is super concerned…

South Africans have been left buzzing after Khanyi Mbau’s boyfriend took to Instagram in the morning hours to say that she is missing. In various IG stories, the Zimbabwean-born millionaire Terrence Kudzai Mushonga claimed that he dropped Khanyi off at a salon in Dubai and didn’t hear from her since.

The South African socialite and reality TV star Khanyi Mbau has been gracing her fans and supporters with snaps of herself and her man living their best lives in Dubai over the last few weeks.

Things have seemingly taken a strange and concerning turn after Mushonga took to his Instagram page in the early hours of 31 August to share that Khanyi is missing. Mushonga alleges that he took Khanyi to a salon near where they are staying and she hasn’t returned to the hotel.

In his IG stories, Mushonga pleads with Khanyi to return while saying how heartbroken and hurt he is. He also goes on to say how he has never cheated on Khanyi and doesn’t know why she decided to disappear.


“I have not cheated on you since the day I met you. I have taken care of you since day one. Why do I get treated like this? You have not seen anything on my phone because when it comes to you I am an honest man.”

While some locals have chosen to bash Khanyi for leaving her man high and dry after he took her on an all-expenses-paid trip to Dubai, others have voiced their concern. 

Many tweets have been dedicated to questioning whether or not Mushonga may have hurt her and is now trying to cover his tracks.

“The way Khanyi Mbau’s man is posting, it’s scary and uncomfortable. Especially knowing that a man can make himself look like a victim to the public. I just hope Khanyi is safe.” Said one user on Twitter.

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‪Husband kills a grade 10 student who he found eating his wife mercilessly‬

A grade 10 student was on Monday hacked to death after he was found with a 35-year-old married woman in her matrimonial bed.

The student was stabbed several times with a machete by the woman’s husband.

The incident took place in Kenya and was confirmed by Kenyan Police spokesperson Peter Obonyo who said the student died at Nakuru Level Five Hospital while undergoing treatment.

Police have launched a manhunt for the attacker who escaped after the incident.

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