Mzansi Stories

Tuesday, April 16


Former President Robert Mugabe To Spend 29 Days In Hospital

Former President Robert Mugabe To Spend 29 Days In Hospital

Former President Robert Mugabe will spend 29 days in a Singapore hospital for treatment, current President
Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed.
Mugabe will miss Independence Day celebrations for the second time in a row after being ousted from office
in a military coup in November 2017.

Mnangagwa revealed Mugabe’s whereabouts during an interview with ZBCtv on Saturday. He said:
He has not been feeling well. At the age of 95, I think he is reasonably in good health. Currently
he is not in the country. He left on the 2nd of April to Singapore, he will be way for about 29
days and he will come back.

I am making sure that I do the facilitation for him to receive treatment, take him to Singapore
and to bring him back, all the facilities, I make sure that it is done.
Mugabe has shunned the limelight since his humiliation in 2017. His last public appearance was on election
day on July 30, 2018, where he implicitly declared that he would vote for MDC president Nelson Chamisa.
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JOHANNESBURG – Mpumalanga police have arrested 38 people in Kwaggafontein after they torched offices, vandalised computers and looted foreign-owned shops.

The unrest started on Monday and continued into the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Residents are protesting over a lack of services in the area.

The demonstrations have also spread to nearby areas, including Baberton.

The police's Leonard Hlathi says: “The Kwaggafontein protest continued up until the early hours of the morning. Our police were busy making sure that the area is declared safe; the road which was barricaded, the Moloto Road, has been opened.

“Our police will remain in that area up until everything returns to normalcy .”
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Pictures: Grandmother of a 21 years old Mobje rapist killed by the community for allegedly hiding a rapist

Photos: Grandmother of a Mobje rapist in Kubyana Village killed by the community for allegedly hiding a rapist

Bolobedu South residents gathered at morutji four ways last night and managed to assassinate the grandmother of a rapist.

She is accused of hiding him, protecting him & bragging that she gave him a muti to save himself so that no one can catch him.

As you know that police in Bolobedu South worthless, they didn't even show themselves, they been failing to arrest a young boy hiding around & raping kids.Now there's more than ten police vans at Kubyana Village since last night.

We know our police are good at arresting innocent people, the rapist still on the run, a young boy 21 years without any weapons running around day and night and boasting about it on Facebook.

While we still on police issue, those people who were attending court case of 2015 Bolobedu south worst case that police killed innocent kids, they recently sentenced about six years in prison for public violence.

Back to the rapist issue, policeman issued some pamphlets of his pictures for those who don't know him, you can also check his pictures of his Facebook by the name of Lister Prince. Some few weeks ago his home was burned at Mopye village but he continued to rape kids, no one knows where he stays, it suspected that thers people who are hiding him around bolobedu south between Marirong, khebabane/makaba, Leretjeni & khethone.

More updates coming soon
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Monday, April 15


Reasons Why Women Cry or Moan During Sex

Reasons Why Women Cry or Moan During Sex

“Yes, yes, YES! I’m coming, I’m coming, I’m … crying?”

It is common for women to cry during sex but the big question is why?

In most cases, people associate crying with sadness or pain however during sex, crying can be a totally different emotion.

Women cry during sex because it is a way of showing appreciation of the moment.

Some people cry when they are happy and these tears are called “tears of joy”, this feeling is the same feeling women have during sex.

There are other several reasons women cry during sex , here are a few:

She is in pain.

A number of women have admitted to feeling pain during sex but not being able to open up to their partner and letting them know that they are hurting them.

Some women feel that by letting their partner know that they are in pain, they will hurt their feelings

Her emotions are all over the place.

It is a known fact that besides sex being physical, it also triggers a lot of emotions.

Imagine having sex and you are going through some emotionally stressing situations that you cannot even block out during sex? The tears will definitely flow.

She has had a bad experience before.

If a woman has had a bad experience with sex in the past, having sex can trigger those emotions while having sex.

You feel super-connected

Sometimes, there are no words for how deeply connected you feel to your partner. Instead, there are tears, Dr Nasserzadeh says. “If sex is a way of deep connection with a partner, your body might choose this form of release to communicate your emotions,” she says.

That’s pretty typical, Wright adds, since sex releases oxytocin, and oxytocin promotes bonding, trust, and empathy. “It’s easy to feel safe to release emotions that may have been bottled up for whatever reason,” she says.

You’re grieving

Did a relative or pet die recently? Or perhaps you got laid off or, heck, you’re still not over your last breakup. Grief can strike anywhere – walking down the sidewalk, in the middle of work meeting, or, yep, mid-romp.

 It hurts so good

Tears can also strike due to the type of pain you asked for in the form of (consensual) choking, spanking, slapping or getting tied up.

“Both physical pain and pleasure activate the same part of the brain,” Wright says, “so it’s totally possible to be crying from pain and be enjoying it at the same time.”

You’re ashamed or feeling guilty

Dr Nasserzadeh has worked with women who tell her they’ve cried during sex because they don’t feel like they “deserve” to take a moment to enjoy themselves. “They feel like, as a mother, they should be focusing on their child and not on self-pleasuring,” she says.

PSA though: You cannot take care of anyone else unless you take care of yourself. “If you’re feeling shame around sex or intimacy in general, and it comes out in the form of tears, it’s a good indicator to explore that shame outside of the bedroom and see what it’s about,” Wright adds.

You’re so happy!

Maybe you’ve had a seriously long dry spell, or maybe sex just has never been that fun or enjoyable to you. “If you’ve never had (or rarely had) satisfying sexual interactions, it might be so wonderful that tears would be a sign of gratitude, joy or happiness,” Dr Nasserzadeh says. Let ‘em flow, let ‘em flow, let ‘em flow!

You’re triggered

Maybe you’re a survivor of sexual assault, or maybe something a little off happened once that you thought you’d forgotten. Cue sex to remind you. “Trauma gets so deeply embedded in our minds and memory that it’s hard to remember exactly what happened and something [sex] will bring it up,” McGuire says. Stop having sex if you feel like your brain and body are dissociating, if painful memories are coming up, or you feel out of control, Wright advises.

Crying during sex can be embarrassing for some women but there are ways one can try to overcome this feeling.

Try controlling your breathing during sex.

Controlling your breathing can help you relax and therefore help you enjoy the process.

Breathing exercises can also help by letting the mind relax and making it easier for the body to take charge of the sensation.
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Monday, April 8


ZIM man 'Elliot' ‘Resurrected’ by Prophet Lukau dies for real and buried

Brighton Elliot Moyo Death: ZIM man ‘Resurrected’ by Prophet Lukau dies for real buried

Resurrected Zimbabwean man, Elliot Moyo, dead and buried in South Africa

After being allegedly resurrected by South African prophet, Pastor Alph Lukau back in February, Zimbabwean born Brighton ‘Elliot’ Moyo has died.

Moyo made waves across the whole world after a video in which he was allegedly raised from the dead after 3 days went viral although Pastor Lukau later backtracked on his claims and accused Moyo’s family of staging the miracle.

According to local publication H-Metro, Brighton died last week in a village called St Luke’s in South Africa. Unfortunately for Brighton, there was no resurrection this time and he was buried on Saturday. He is survived by his wife only as they had no children.  A close family member who spoke to H-Metro said,

His stomach started swelling and didn’t stop for three days and on the third day, he died.

According to other reports, when Brighton joined Lukau’s Alleluia Ministries International there were reports that he was HIV positive and he had kidney failure and he also had TB (tuberculosis).

When reached for comment, officials from the church stressed that what happened in February was not a

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Sunday, March 31


Pictures: Jacob Zuma in his fancy swimming pool 'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee'

Watch photos: Jacob Zuma swimming in his fancy pool 'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee'

Indeed ubaba former president Jacob Zuma can swim and do various styles of swimming. President Zuma remains the most charismatic leader in the world.

President Jacob Zuma tweeted photos of him swimming moving backward, the president seem to ke enjoying life without us.

 - Mzansi stories
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Friday, March 29


5 Signs A Woman Is HIV Positive Even Though She Looks Healthy

5 Signs A Woman Is HIV Positive Even Though She Looks Healthy

Women may wonder how HIV symptoms for them differ from those seen in men. Many HIV symptoms are the same for men and women, but not all.

Here’s a list of 5 common symptoms, including those that are specific to women.
Women with HIV can experience changes to their menstrual cycle. Their periods may be lighter or heavier than normal, or they may not have a period at all.

HIV-positive women may also have more severe premenstrual symptoms.

Most people with HIV develop skin problems. Rash is a common symptom of HIV, and many different types of skin rashes are associated with the condition. They may be a symptom of HIV itself or the result of a concurrent infection or condition.

If a rash appears, it’s a good idea to have a healthcare provider review one’s medical history. They can use a complete medical history to determine which diagnostic tests are needed.

Lymph nodes are located throughout the human body, including the neck, back of the head, armpits, and groin. As part of the immune system, lymph nodes fend off infections by storing immune cells and filtering pathogens.

As HIV begins to spread, the immune system kicks into high gear. The result is enlarged lymph nodes, commonly known as swollen glands.
It’s often one of the first signs of HIV. In people living with HIV, swollen glands may last for several months.
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Zodwa Wabantu 'No Need to Audition me, i am Ready To Play Lebo Mathosa'

No Need For Auditions Zodwa Feels Ready To Play Lebo Mathosa

Zodwa Wabantu says there is no need for auditions for The Lebo Mathosa Story role.

“They should give it to me…I will nail it,” she said.

She said it will be easy for her to nail the role because she and Lebo are the same in many aspects.

According to SowetanLIVE, BET Africa announced that it will producing a biopic entitled The Lebo Mathosa Story detailing the life and career of the late South African singer, Lebo Mathosa. The biopic is set to be released later this year in September and auditions for the role of the singer will ensue at the end of this month in the city of Johannesburg.

Lebo Mathosa passed away 12 years ago at the age of 29-years-old in a horrific car accident. Like so many entertainers, her life and career were cut short just as she had reached the peak. The news of her death rocked South Africans.

Mathosa, who started off in the iconic kwaito group, Boom Shaka, went off on her own and began what would become an extremely successful solo career. She was known for her signature blond hair, sexy on-stage ensembles and fiery performances. Hits like “Free” and “Dangerous” from her Legends album took South Africa by storm and had many South Africans enamored with the singer to the extent that they nicknamed her “The New Madonna of the Townships”.

Speaking on the upcoming biopic, Monde Twala, the vice-president for youth, music and BET at Viacom International Media Networks Africa (VIMN Africa) said, “Lebo was a pivotal voice of her generation and her legacy continues to inspire. It’s about time we share her untold story with audiences across the continent.”

South Africans are currently debating which celebrities should play the role of Lebo Mathosa with suggestion ranging from dancer Zodwa Wabantu, TV personality Denise Zimba to even Bonang Matheba.
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'Why Man Are Afraid To Date us Successful Women, Im rich and single'

Why Men Are Afraid To Date Successful Women -  'Im rich and single'

DAILY Sun asked SunReaders on Facebook why most men don’t want to date independent women.

And many men had a lot to say.

– Ta Dorana said: “They tend to treat us like their children. They send us to the shop. They want us to take off their shoes. They want us to put their phones on the charger. They want us to bring them toothpicks. They want us to hang their underwear. They don’t want to have sex when you want. They want to have sex when you don’t want. They must just go buy sex toys.”

– Jay Marhamela said: “Men are not shallow like women. We don’t care about you having a job or looking like Barbie. We want respect and personality.”

- Katlego Phillimon said: “Who said we don’t want date them? We approach them and they reject us.” Even the women shared their thoughts on the matter.

– Vinolia Mogashoa said the men were lying. “It’s jealousy, intimidation, weakness and low self-esteem. A confident man is boss. Money or not, educated or not, successful women respect a confident man,” she said.

– Shalom Kgosigadi said: “Most men are afraid of being challenged. Successful and independent women question what is deemed as common sense, therefore some men want to be authoritarian and disregard women.”
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Wednesday, March 27


Man stabs girlfriend for KFC's streetwise two he bought for his p_regnant wife.

Man stabs girlfriend for KFC's streetwise two he bought for his wife.

A South African man stabbed his Zimbabwean girlfriend for eating his wife's streetwise two. The man apparently sent his wife and his kids home to his mother during the festives promising to join them soon which he never did.

He sent them away so he can invite his girlfriend he met five months ago to the house. They spent the festives together and he spent all his bonuses on her.

His wife back at home took her kids to her mother and stayed there weeks after her husband kept lying about coming.

The man finally went to Machonisa this January and he was able to send his wife money to come back to Gauteng but leave the kids as they still had issues iron out.

The man told his girlfriend to leave the house as his wife is coming back. He went to KFC and bought his wide her favourite meal,streetwise two.

He told the girlfriend to wait for him as he bathed he will walk her to the taxi rank.  The girlfriend sadly assumed the meal was hers and ate it all up.

The man got furious when he saw an empty box of his wife's favourite meal and fetched a knife from the kitchen and stabbed his girlfriend on the leg two times shouting that was my last money and the only way I could win my family back you s##t
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28 year old female sexually frustrated because sex will kill her according to doctors

28year old female sexually frustrated because sex will kill her according to doctors

PEARL Tshabalala has been told she will die if she pokes.
The 28-year-old from Katlehong in Ekurhuleni was in tears when she recently told Daily Sun she was operated on but still didn’t know what was wrong with her.
“After the operation, I was advised by a surgeon that I have blocked tubes and can’t have sex or I will die,” she said.

The mum of three said she was admitted to Thelle Mogoerane Hospital last month and stayed for almost three weeks.

She was admitted after she started experiencing abdominal pains and constantly vomited.

On her arrival, Pearl was told her appendix was infected, but she was later told she had ovarian cysts, then fibroids and then cancer.

However, after the operation she was never told what was wrong.
Pearl said she was left incapable of even going to the toilet alone and her mum had to bathe her.
“The treatment I received from the hospital was terrible. The first night I slept on a stretcher in the hall and nurses wouldn’t help me go to the bathroom,” she said.

Hospital acting CEO Michael Malaka said Pearl was recently contacted.
“She will be reassessed by a specialist. Her mum stated she was not happy with the way her daughter was treated,” he said.
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