Wednesday, May 23

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Video: Annanias Mathe's son falls off moving truck stealing pineapples


A suspected thief fell off a moving truck while offloading pineapples.

THREE men were caught on camera stealing pineapples from the moving truck.

The three men used a white sack and two jackets to load the pineapples and then threw their loot off the slow-moving vehicle.

The man can be seen throwing his loot to the ground before falling off and rolling a couple of metres.

His accomplices seemed to have mastered the skill of jumping off the moving vehicle as they had no problems doing so.

According to the eyewitness who shot the video, the men were likely emboldened by the relatively light road traffic at the time.

"They decided to jump off as the truck slowed down because of the steep hill, the one guy fell onto the road and we had to swerve to avoid hitting him," he told News24, asking to remain anonymous.

The incident tookj place at a stop-and-go section of the R72 just outside Hamburg in the Eastern Cape on Monday.

Upon overtaking the truck, the witness signalled to its driver, who seemed to be aware of what was going on at the back of his vehicle.

According to the witness, the driver merely offered a shrug in resignation before continuing up the hill, on his way to deliver the pineapples to the Summerpride factory in East London.

Summerpride CEO Anthony Alberts told News24: "The problem is not just confined to the pineapple trucks because cargo is stolen from all sorts of trucks passing through the stop-and-go road works along the R72."

"Sadly, it is the farmers who take the knock as the trucks are only weighed on arrival at the factory," he said.
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Mshoza respond - 'I’m not cheating with a police i moved on with my life'

Mshoza respond - 'I’m not cheating with a police i moved on with my life'

Mshoza has admitted that that she has indeed moved on and is in love with 37-year-old police detective, Tlhabe Mbhele but insists that she's not cheating.

The Kortes hitmaker told Drum magazine that trouble in her marriage had been going on for months and that she met Tlhabe in January this year.

Mshoza said as far as she was concerned, Tlhabe opened her eyes to what love is.

"I'm not cheating - I'm in love and I'm moving on," said Mshoza.

Mshoza explained that she met the detective after she was allegedly arrested for speeding and the pair became friends after the incident. She said he became her support system and they began dating in March.

"He's respectful, forever smiling and I felt safe and protected with him..."
Mshoza, who now wants to terminate her traditional marriage, said she didn't care what other people thought of her decision to move on.

"If a relationship isn't working out I will move on to find my happiness somewhere else and I won't apologise for living my life."

Mshoza and Thuthukani traditionally tied the knot in 2017 but the facade of a happy marriage came crumbling down recently as the former lovebirds' split turned ugly.

Mshoza has been "in hiding" amidst claims of abuse at the hands of Thuthukani.  During an interview with Metro FM's DJ Fresh last Monday Mshoza said she planned to leave her marriage months ago and that she feared for her life.
"I saw this coming. I was planning to escape. He was quicker than me. I am very scared, I even told my sisters two weeks ago that I couldn't leave him because I was very scared.

Mshoza's manager Thanduxolo Jindela told TshisaLIVE that Mshoza has been having a hard time but said that the law should be allowed to take it course.

Police also confirmed to TshisaLIVE that Mshoza's husband, Thuthukani was arrested on charges of assault and has been released on R5,000 bail.

"He handed himself over at the Phuthaditjhaba police station on Monday. He appeared in court shortly after that. He was granted bail of R5,000 and was told to reappear on May 28. In the meantime, we are continuing with investigations," Police spokesperson Sergeant Mmako Mophiring.

Thuthukani's bail conditions prevent him from being in contact with Mshoza.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Babes Wodumo’s sister nearly stabbed Mampintsha

Babes Wodumo’s sister nearly stabbed Mampintsha

Babes sibling has confirmed that the abuse allegations against Mampintsha are indeed true and that Babes had opened up to her about Mampintsha’s constant abuse after their engagement which has since been called off.

Babes Wodumo’s sister has opened up about the abuse and the pain that has been inflicted on her sister.

The sister wrote:

“I know all of you have been asking questions, right now I am writing this in tears because of the hurt I am feeling. Babes has dated Mampintsha for years until they got engaged last year. I was happy but you know your sibling and you know when things are not right, but she (Babes) said she was right and I also thought maybe I was crazy. But for the last few weeks, she called me to the side and told me about the constant abuse Mampintsha has put her through. I went absolutely crazy to the point where I wanted to stab him…”

Babes’ sister then went on to confirm that Babes is the victim of abuse in the hands of Mampintsha.
“…she is the victim of abuse and it hurts to be abused by the man you love. There is a lot I could say but this is not the time to do so.” The sister went on to say that Mampintsha is busy telling lies to the media about Babes.

Here’s the rest of her sister’s post about the current situation.

In other news, the Not In My Name movement will be offering Babes counselling and support and is said to be meeting Babes today. The movement’s founder, Siya Jentile who spoke to Power FM on Saturday morning has commented on the Babes and Mampintsha situation.

“We are not interested in how the story broke, but what’s important is that here’s a young woman who’s been in an abusive relationship. You know that our femicide rate in this country has been very high and if the story of Babes Wodumo had not been broken, who knows what would’ve happened next?”
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Tuesday, May 22

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Mercedes Benz steal X class design from a poor boy from limpopo - See pictures

20-year-old South African man accuses Mercedes of stealing his designs for the X Class

 A 20-year-old South African man from Limpopo has accused Mercedes-Benz of ripping him off by allegedly stealing his designs for their X Class

- The accusation was published on social media by the Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux

- According to the messages, the young man send Mercedes-Benz South Africa his ideas in 2013 and they allegedly used them for the X Class without his permission

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its new, highly anticipated Mercedes-Benz X Class in 2018, and the vehicle is absolutely breathtaking.

A first of its kind, the bakkie created quite the hype in South Africa, but one Limpopo man, D'wayne KxRomeo, has accused the vehicle giant of stealing his ideas.

Parody Twitter account Man's Not Barry Roux posted the alleged messages between KxRomeo and Mercedes-Benz South Africa in 2013 on social media.

"Did Mercedes Benz stole this design from a 20yrs old boy from Limpopo?", the post read.

According to the alleged messages Man's Not Barry Roux posted on Twitter, KxRomeo send Mercedes-Benz South Africa a couple of his designs in 2013 as an attempt to pitch them an idea.

In one of the alleged Facebook messages, he is seen asking Mercedes-Benz South Africa not to steal his designs because he wanted to be the one who came up with that concept.

"Hi Romeo, not to worry, we haven't stolen your design. In fact, we'd like to post it on our wall, if you're okay with that. We love getting input from our customers", Mercedes SA allegedly responded.

However, at this stage, the accusations made by KxRomeo is only that- accusations. Mercedes-Benz has not yet responded and a lot of tweeps felt the "kid" stole his designs from Nissan Nivara, with whom Mercedes teamed up with to create the X Class.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Jet Li Before and after sickness - See Unrecognisable Viral Pictures

Unrecognisable Pictures of Jet Li Before and after sickness

A viral photo of a now-unrecognisable Jet Li has fans fearing for his health

As one of the most recognisable faces in the world, Jet Li’s adoring fan base stretches far and wide. However, they were united in panic this week when the martial artist was snapped looking a little worse for wear.

Photos have surfaced online in the last few days of the 55-year-old Li – who was once famous for his youthful good looks – which have had people questioning what exactly has happened to the beloved actor.

Why are Jet Li fans so concerned?
In the picture, Jet Li is on the right-hand side. Now suffering from hyperthyroidism, Li looks a world apart from the man we’ve all grown familiar with.

Li’s manager, Steve Chasman, spoke to The Washington Post about his client’s condition. He explained that this is nothing new for The Expendables star, who has been battling it for the last decade:

“He has hyperthyroidism that he’s been dealing with for almost 10 years. It’s nothing life-threatening and he’s dealing with it.”

What is Hyperthyroidism?
The thyroid regulates weight in the body. Li’s is currently over-active, which is causing him to lose weight involuntarily. This also leads to lethargy and exhaustion. A diagnosis of the condition isn’t fatal, but it’s certainly life-changing.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba



THERE IS a new dance move in Mzansi.

But it is clearly not for everyone.

It takes a special kind of people to pull out this move.

Mzansi people are known to be creative when it comes to inventing new dance moves.

There was Twalatsa, Manyisa and Vosho, just to name a few.

Now an artist based in Malamulele, Limpopo, known as Mxadzi, is offering Mzansi another dance move known as Ncino Wa Swibrukwani .

His dancers are dressed in short pants and looks like they are not wearing any und3rwear.

When they shake their waists, their 4-5's seems to become the centre of attraction.

Daily Sun asked Mxadzi the criteria he uses to choose his dancers.

Instead of responding, he just bust into laughter.

He could only say: "We are the ones who invented the dance ...I'm not going to answer that."

His stared singing in 2016 and is loved by people wherever he goes.

The group was trending on social media on Monday following their hot performance at a Munghana Lonene FM music festival in Soshanguvhe, Pretoria,  on May 19.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Before and after the Boksburg cash-in-transit - See pictures

He did live it up but got caught trapped by his own greed - A man who stole money in cash-in-transit heist

JOHANNESBURG – The case of five men, aged between 26 and 42, who were arrested in connection with the cash-in-transit heist in Ekurhuleni, was postponed in the Boksburg Magistrate's Court on Monday, for police to do profiling on the suspects.

The men, Paul Sibanda, 28; Thato Gaopantwe, 26; Colin Hadebe, 42; Sibusiso Khumalo, 34; and Thabo Molefe, 32, made a brief appearance in court on Monday.

The gang allegedly bombed two cash vehicles that were making their way to a bank from their depot in Kempton Park last Thursday.

Videos of the crime scene went viral and a shoot-out ensued. Eight people, including security guards were injured.

Thato Gaopatwe
"Police were not given identity documents of the accused for bail purposes," Fife said.

Fife requested a postponement as he told the court that there was a possibility of more arrests.

The men are facing charges of armed robbery with aggravating circumstances, possession of illegal firearms and explosives and ammunition, malicious damage to property and attempted murder.

Through their legal representative, the men said they were assaulted by police during their arrest.

The matter was postponed to May 28.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Large stash of money found at a house in Tsakane of cash-in-transit - Pictures

Large stash Money from cash-in-transit found & recovered at a house in Tsakane 

PRETORIA - The Ekurhuleni Metro Police (EMPD) have seized a significant amount of money at a house in Langaville on the East Rand but are unable to confirm whether it’s the proceeds of cash-in-transit heists.

The discovery on Monday night came after at least three cash van robberies on Monday, including one at the Jabulani Mall in Soweto.

EMPD spokesperson Chief Superintendent Wilfred Kgasago says their tracing team received a tip-off about the location of a hidden stash of cash.

“In the house, we came across a huge amount of cash. The couple that we found in the house further told us of more money that was hidden in the trunk in the yard.”

He says the couple led police to another stash in Springs.

Kgasago says that they’re trying to determine the source of the funds.

“The couple claimed that the money was being hidden there on behalf of a person who works for an FSBD (sic)."

The money has been handed over to the police for further investigation.
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Mugabe says Mandela Made Black South Africans Very Poor People

Mugabe says Mandela Made Black South Africans Very Poor People

FORMER PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe during his Presideny once accused the late South African iconic leader Nelson Mandela for failure to grab land and industries in the leaving his black countrymen poor.

Mugabe recently Mandela during the Heroes Day celebrations in Harare for failure to forcibly take land from whites.

Speaking at the Gweru youth interface rally, Mugabe bluntly blamed Mandela for allowing the whites in that country to have everything to themselves in the name of equality.

“I was in South Africa recently talking to a minister in President Jacob Zuma’s office and I did ask him how they have handled the land issue after attaining independence.

“I did ask him why they left the whites with everything (land and industries). He answered my question in English and said; ‘ask your friend Mandela,” said Mugabe.

Mugabe said Mandela selfishly excluded everyone from participating in negotiations after his release from prison after serving 27 years.

According to Mugabe, Mandela bulldozed others and led the negotiations blundering on the land issue.

“Look at what he produced. Is this what they agreed upon with the whites? Remember he was coming from prison. What was the most important thing for him was his release from prison and nothing else. He cherished that freedom more than anything else and forgot why he was put in jail (land).

“Mandela believed to be equal with the whites and made the biggest mistake of ignoring the land issue.

“What sort of equality was that? These whites had long back given everything to themselves since 1652 when they arrived in Cape Town.

“Today, everything is in the whites’ hands. They are in control of land, industries and companies and are now the employers of the blacks. These blacks have failed to liberate themselves from white supremacy all because of what Mandela did. The whites claim that everyone is equal in South Africa so why would blacks want to grab the land now.

“The industries are untouchable and all blacks can do is to work in Johannesburg industries and also in mines,” claimed Mugabe.

During the address, Mugabe urged Zanu PF youth leaders to identify those who have not yet benefitted from the land distribution programme so that they also get something from the remaining land that was taken from whites.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

My dad touches me, this is how he does it

My dad touches me, this is how he does it

Dear MizzB

When I was 16 I bunked school and went to a house party.

My parents found out and they were angry with me. My father made me do a v!rg!n!ty test, which I passed.

Since then he checks me every month when my mother is away. He makes me lie down without p@nti3s and inserts his finger in my v@g!na.

Dear Child

Your dad has absolutely no right to do this ! If he was doing the right thing he wouldn’t do it in his wife’s absence. His behaviour is completely inappropriate.

Tell your mother today because this is an abuse of your rights as a person.

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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Mamphintsha attempt suicide after Babes Wodumo refuse to give him a love back

Mamphintsha tries to commit suicide after Babes Wodumo refuse to give him a love back

Pretoria - In a sad and shocking turn of events, online can confirm that controversial kwaito singer and West Ink owner Mamphintsha real name, Mandla Maphumulo was admitted to a Netcare hospital last night after taking an overdose of pills.

This all happened after his Ex fiance refused to give him a love back and Apparently Babes left their home to live with his alleged boyfriend in Pretoria and The identity of the boyfriend is not yet known.

"The main reason Babes (Bongekile Simelane) & Mamphintsha fight is because Babes wodumo ch3ats too much, sm0kes, parti3s a lot, and Mamphintsha doesn't like it" _says the source.

Yes it's true Mamphintsha really need prayers like he said on metro Fm Interview on manday.

When we tried to reach to Babes and Mamphintsha their phones remained unanswered
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