Sunday, March 18

Mahlatse Ramatseba




The controversial our dancer and her entire booty came out to play yesterday on the set of Oskido’s music video shoot.

As the star of the video, Zodwa wore a tiny gold dress that had absolutely nothing at the back except for two thin straps that were holding the dress up.
If we hadn’t seen the rest of the dress, we could’ve assumed that she came to set in just a bra.

The video shoot was for Oskido’s latest Serope, meaning “thigh”.

And we can’t help but think that Zodwa was the perfect lead video vixen for a song called Serope.
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Friday, March 16

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Simphiwe Ngema joins The Queen as Buhle

Simphiwe Ngema joins The Queen as Buhle

Simphiwe Ngema joins The Queen as Buhle

Simphiwe Ngema joins The Queen as Buhle – Video. The beautiful actress is going places it seems. She is the latest actress to join the Mzansi Magic Popular telenovela The Queen.
Simphiwe Ngema shared these pictures and video on her Instagram and seems she is very pleased with her new acting gig. First, it was Broken Vows and now The Queen, she is certainly going up!

Happiness is something you have to be vigilant of…right now, at this very moment. I’m happy.

She is Buhle and we hope we see more of her and that she won’t quickly vanish like Onica who was loved by many!
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Thursday, March 15

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Oskido feat zodwa wabantu Impilo ayincegwa 'Seropi' music video 

Oskido feat zodwa wabantu Impilo ayincegwa "Seropi" music video - zodwa uncovering her @$$

As long as I'm with those who knows the road before me,I just want dollars, I care less what the society wants from me - someone said that's a handshake to man to man yes I am a man. zodwa said.

Our Source close to DJ oskido reported that the music video is still in making as they are busy doing the final mixing and editing.Keep checking as the video will be released anytime soon from now.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Modiselle sisters 32 and still live with their parents

Modiselle sisters 32 and still live with their parents

While many celebrities can count a home as an achievement, actress and TV presenter Candice Modiselle is in no hurry.

Speaking on Metro FM this morning, the youngest Modiselle sister said she and her sisters, dancer and presenter Bontle (28) and model Refilwe (32), were still living at their parents’ house.
“All three of us still live at home,” Candice told DJ Fresh and Angie Khumalo.
“We’re comfortable and happy.”

Candice said that although there’s societal pressure to move out at a certain age, it made more sense to her and her sisters to live at home instead of moving out and being “a burden” to their parents.
“You’d reach 18 and want to leave to be independent but with what financial support? Now you’re burdening your parents by moving out when you could have just stayed at home,” she said.
The Generations actress also explained that living at home was better since they could align their finances and energy in other spaces.

“Move when you’re ready,” she said.
When asked about the rules for bringing guys home, Candice explained that her mother was a cool person who just wanted her space to be respected.

On entering the entertainment industry, the YoTV presenter told DRUM she didn’t have it easy because her sisters were already famous.

“For five years I auditioned for many platforms. I had heard ‘no’ more than anything else. At some point I thought of switching careers completely and venturing into business, until it dawned on me that God's delay is not a denial.”
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Wednesday, March 14

Mahlatse Ramatseba



A video of a couple filmed while k!ss!ng and t0uch!ng passionately in public has surfaced.

The couple was standing in front of a shop near a road when they were filmed.

They seems not to mind that people are watching.

In the video they can be seen k!ss!ng passionately, while the man also lifts the woman’s sk!t$ to put him hand in the underwear.

People try to separate them but the man is having none of it.

It is not yet clear where and when the video was taken.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

My life is very miserable I can't leave the house

My life is very miserable I can't leave the house

ASANDA Ndende tries not to leave her house unless she has a doctor’s appointment.

This is because two growths under her armpits have become so large they look like extra breasts!

The 24-year-old from the Emthombeni area of Clermont in Durban, KZN told Daily Sun her life was depressing.

“It started in 2014 when I felt two tumours in my armpits.

“I didn’t pay much attention to them because they were not painful and I thought they would go away.

“But it all changed in August when I got pregnant. The tumours started growing and have become very painful.” She said she had been in and out of the RK Khan Hospital since then.

“At the hospital, they are currently giving me painkillers. They have booked me for surgery towards the end of May as they say I need to give birth first. It would be risky for me and the child to undergo an operation while I’m pregnant,” she said.
Asanda said she had visited a number of inyangas but no one was able to assist her.

Ncumisa Mafunda, spokeswoman for the KZN Department of Health, said: “The department has asked for a report from the health facility concerned, so it can be viewed by experts at head office.”

Dr Dumisani Zungu, a gynaecologist at the Maxwell Centre in Durban, said Asanda’s case is not rare.

“In most women in the sixth week of pregnancy a milk line is developed from the armpits which runs down to the groin.

“During the formation of that line nipples are also formed. In some women the nipples vanish after a few weeks but in others they grow into breasts,” said Dr Zungu.

He said the breasts don’t vanish completely after giving birth but women can go for removal if they feel uncomfortable.
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

See what killed Stephen Hawking - Scientist Stephen Hawking dies at 76

Scientist Stephen Hawking dies at 76 - see what killed him

Stephen Hawking, the brilliant British theoretical physicist who overcame a debilitating disease to publish wildly popular books probing the mysteries of the universe, has died, according to a family spokesman. He was 76.

Considered by many to be the world’s greatest living scientist, Hawking was also a cosmologist, astronomer, mathematician and author of numerous books including the landmark “A Brief History of Time,” which has sold more than 10 million copies.

Hawking merged Einstein’s theory of relativity with quantum theory to suggest that space and time would begin with the Big Bang and end in black holes. Hawking also discovered that black holes were not completely black but emit radiation and would likely eventually evaporate and disappear.
Stephen suffered from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), a neurodegenerative disease commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, which is usually fatal within a few years. He was diagnosed in 1963, when he was 21, and doctors initially only gave him a few years to live.
The disease left Hawking wheelchair-bound and paralyzed. He was able to move only a few fingers on one hand and was completely dependent on others or on technology for virtually everything — bathing, dressing, eating, even speech.

Hawking used a speech synthesizer that allowed him to speak in a computerized voice with an American accent.

“I try to lead as normal a life as possible, and not think about my condition, or regret the things it prevents me from doing, which are not that many,” he wrote on his website.

“I have been lucky that my condition has progressed more slowly than is often the case. But it shows that one need not lose hope.”
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

ZCC Bisho's second Wife divorce because of CCTV footage

ZCC Bishop Barnabas Lekganyane's second Wife divorce because of CCTV footage

There was major drama in Polokwane after a newly wed woman was caught urinating in the plate which had her new inlaw’s food. The anonymous lady is originally from Rustenburg , met and got married to the Bishob of Z.C.C Moria Polokwane. The two are said to have had a secret lavish wedding ceremony and everything went well.

However, after the wedding, the newly weds went to a place we wont mention in the village where they stayed for a few days. This did not go down well with the anonymus lady who was well now as a liker of the finer things in life. To make matters worse, Bishop's first wife who is blind, was a bit ‘nagging’ according to leaked chats between anonymous lady and a friend. The friend advised her to ur!n@te in the old Bishop’s food as this would make him stop nagging her.
What the anonymus lady did not know was that there was CCTV camera’s set in the house as a security measure. During lunch on the fateful day, she was captured sitting down and urinating in the plate which contained Bishop’s food. She then proceeded to give the blind first wife the food who proceeded to eat the food, unsuspecting.
Her luck ran out when Bishop’s younger brother was reviewing the footage and came across the heart breaking footage. An angry Bishop is said to have lost his cool when he was made aware of the footage and immediately sent the anonymus lady packing despite her pleas for forgiveness.
Source : Online
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Bushiri win the court case against #falseprophetsmustfall: Judge orders no defamation on Facebook

Bushiri wins in South Africa court against jealousy foreigners: Judge orders no defamation on Facebook

South Africa-based Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) scored a giant legal victory on Tuesday when the Gauteng High Court, in Pretoria, ruled in his favour that the organisers of Wednesday’s ‘False Prophets’ march should stop using the event to defame the name of the renowned man of God.

The court underlined that the organisers should stop referring to Prophet Bushiri in defamatory terms on their posters during the Johannesburg march.

Presiding Judge Elizabeth Kubushi also interdicted organisers of the #FakeProphetsMustFallmarch and Martins Antonio—accused of making some of the defamatory statements—from making them on Facebook regarding the prophet.

Further, the court also ruled that Antonio, together with Solomon Ashoms and Charles Farai, should also stop attacking Prophet Bushiri on their Facebook profiles.

The three have always been attacking Prophet Bushiri on their Facebook profiles on a series of unfounded accusations.

Hence, Judge Kubushi ordered the three to delete, within 12 hours, all the offensive statements regarding Bushiri from social media.

Bushiri, who is also the founder of the Shepherd Bushiri Ministries International, which has branches in Pretoria, turned to court to obtain an urgent interdict against the spreading of defamatory statements on social media against him.
The prophet was not in court on Tuesday, but he was well represented by two senior advocates Barry Roux SC, who defended Oscar Pistorius  and Mabasa Sibanda SC, as well as a string of lawyers.

Angolan Martins Antonio was the only one of the three respondents who opposed the interdict and who was present at Wednesday’s proceedings.

Neither Ashoms or Farai pitched at court, but Roux told Judge Kubushi that they were not opposing the application.

The two have already removed the offending statements from their social media profiles, he said.

Roux, however, said it was up to the court to in any event also to rule  against them, although they were not opposing the application.

“We fully understand freedom of speech, but our Constitution does not encourage unlawful conduct,” Roux argued.

He said the statements published regarding Bushiri were clearly defamatory.

Roux said Wednesday’s march against false prophets was a good march and Bushiri supported it. “It is something we need.”

But Roux said it cannot be tolerated that Bushiri’s good name is tainted in the process.

The prophet feared that posters would be displayed during the rally, which defamed him by linking him to criminal activities and by referring to him, among others, as the devil.

“This must stop,” Roux said.

He told the court that a letter of demand was send to the three respondents. While the other two did adhere to the demands, Antonio point blank refused, he said.

“Antonio has a bone to pick but he does not know where to stop,” Roux said.

Roux said Antonio was the author of the offending pamphlet, but Antonio’s advocate vehemently denied this. He blamed others, including the other two respondents, for the creation of the posters and the offending words.

Advocate Khelu Nondwango said Antonio cannot be held responsible for the material created on the poster, as he is not the author of the document.

He said all Antonio did was to publish the poster on social media to try and attract publicity for the march.

Antonio, in an interview with Pretoria News, said he is not organiser of Wednesday’s march.

He was simply invited “as one of victims who suffered under the accusations of the prophet.”

Antonio is from Angola, Charles Farai is from Zimbabwe while Ashoms is from Nigeria.
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Tuesday, March 13

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Ramaphosa, Mabuza & Youth want Malema back in ANC

Ramaphosa, Mabuza & Youth want Malema back in ANC

ANC Youth League (ANCYL) provincial structures back the view of President Cyril Ramaphosa and his deputy, David Mabuza, that EFF leader Julius Malema should be brought back into the ANC.
But they said he should return as an ordinary member of the governing party.

The league's secretary in KwaZulu-Natal, Thanduxolo Sabelo, said: "The ANC has a policy and constitution and he must abide by it. If he comes back he must be an ordinary member. The ANC is a home for all people. It was formed to unite all South Africans.

"If Julius wants to come back, surely the ANC should open doors for him."

ANCYL Gauteng chairman Matome Chiloane said Ramaphosa and Mabuza have got good intentions for the governing party.

"We support the call made by the president and his deputy," Chiloane said.
"The president and his deputy are saying all those who left must come back to the people's movement.
"All those who left because they were unhappy and had problems with the then leadership must come back. The ANC is the people's movement," he added.

ANCYL Mpumalanga secretary Pholoso Mbatsane explained that having the leader of the EFF back would strengthen the ruling party.

"We feel we are in a new dawn. We agree with the president and his deputy. We are much weaker when we are divided as a society," said Mbatsane, noting that it would be a mistake not to try to convince Malema to return.

"Many of us are convinced that Julius still sees the ANC as his home."
In Limpopo, Malema's home province, the youth league said EFF support would turn the ANC fortunes around if Malema came back.
"The ANC needs more members," youth league provincial chairman Vincent Shoba said.
"We will appreciate [it] if he could come back to the ANC."
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Mahlatse Ramatseba

Watch Video: Montana Poort School pupil beat white teacher for giving bad remarks of her assignment

Watch & Download Video:Montana Poort Secondary school girl assault white teacher for giving bad remarks about her assignment 

Pretoria Montana Poorts high School suspends 'bully' girl who assaulted the teacher

Pretoria - The mother of a 15-year-old Montana Poort Secondary schoolgirl who brut@lly assaulted a wh!te teacher for giving bad remarks about her assignment, on friday laid charges of assault against the girl.

The Gauteng Education Department said it was instituting disciplinary action against the alleged attacker. The incident is believed to have its roots in b.ullying

A cellphone video of the attack surfaced on social media on friday morning, showing the dangerous girl walking to the front in the class to assault the teacher.

The 15-year-old then suddenly pounc3d - sl@pp!ng, k!ck!ng and pu.nch!ng the unsuspecting Montana white teacher with her assingment.

In the video, recorded by a friend of the att@cker, other girls could be heard laughing in the background while urging those trying to break up the att@ck not to get involved.

The att@ck appeared to have been planned, as the pupil recording the video could be heard in the beginning telling the others her cellphone took blurred videos.

The victim, speaking outside the Sinoville police station after laying charges, said the attacker used to be one of her Favorited students.

“i used to be more like her mother and I didn’t know why she had not been speaking to me for two weeks. So when she held my hand and started walking off with me I assumed she wanted to mend things between us,” she told the Pretoria News.

“I really don’t know what went wrong because she didn’t say anything to me, but instead just started attacking me.”

The principal of Hoërskool Montana, said management was informed of the incident had since started an investigation into the matter.

“We are seriously looking into the matter as the girl was wearing the school uniform during school hours in the classroom during the attack and could thus be identified with the school. It concerns us because it reflects negatively on the school.

“Such behaviour is unacceptable and once our investigations are done, we will be providing feedback to the principal of the affected teacher.”

Provincial Department of Education spokesman said they were aware of the incident and strongly condemned b.ullying in schools.

Bodibe said disciplinary processes as prescribed in the code of conduct for pupils had been instituted against the alleged attacker.

“Counselling will be offered to the affected teacher.
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