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Tuesday, March 12


First Tsonga drama to air on SABC 2 - Mzansi is getting its very first Tsonga TV drama.

First Tsonga drama to air on SABC 2 - Mzansi is getting its very first Tsonga TV drama.

Singer-cum-actress Yvonne Chaka Chaka will spearhead the cast of the groundbreaking show Giyani: Land of Blood, and the Princess of Africa says "It's about time".

The show is set to debut on SABC 2 on April 1 at 9.30pm - competing with telenovela Imbewu: The Seed - and will air Mondays to Wednesdays.

Former Muvhango actor Ndivhuwo Mutsila, musician Candy "Tsa Mandebele" Mokwena, leading man Fumani Shilubana and funnyman Obed Baloyi also have roles.

"I'm a proud Tsonga wife. I wanted to raise the Tsonga people's flag," Chaka Chaka, who plays the role of Gladys in the drama, told Sowetan yesterday.

"When they came to me to offer me the role I was chuffed and honoured."
The brainchild of The River writers Phathu Makwarela and Gwydion Beynon from Tshedza Pictures, the show is set in Limpopo's fictional village of Risinga, in Giyani.
It follows the conflict of two families in a decades-long
battle over a contested piece of fertile land.

The evil matriarch Gladys is equally ruthless as husband Richard portrayed by Mutsila. The pair exploit the poverty of others to enrich themselves.

"I want South Africans to realise after watching the show to never take freedom and ordinary people for granted," Chaka Chaka said.

"I want South Africans to realise that respect comes a long way and Gladys and her husband Richard are mean people hiding behind being in exile and helping the community.

"They just want money. The show is filled with corruption and deceit."
Mutsila, renowned for his role as Albert Mukwevho in Muvhango, first worked with Chaka Chaka when the Venda soapie debuted in 1998.

"Him [Mutsila] being a Venda guy and me being a Tsonga woman in the storyline is very educational to the people that Venda and Tsonga people don't fight.

"They marry into each other. We are one people. We want to see progress," she said.
"He's an experienced actor and director. The cast is amazing [too]."

Music legend Thomas Chauke has composed the theme song for the dram as a way to celebrate other Tsonga legends.
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Monday, March 11


6 places to find R30-R50 magoshas in Johannesburg

6 places to find R30-R50 magoshas in Johannesburg

24×7 along nugget and President street. These are very dirty street prostitutes and you can get laid from R30. Also on Polly street near the Market street Junction. There is all sort of magoshas and they take you in the tiny cubicles where business is brisk. At night you will spot them along President street from Junction of Troye street all the way to Nugget Street.

Kempton Park
Around Greyilla, Long and Maxwell streets from around 7 pm till early hours. Beware of police patrols. Rates from R50 for short time. The mahosha/isifebe do not like whole night deals. There is plenty of white street prostitutes here.

Along Verona, Bouquette and High streets. The sex workers are littered all over and you cannot miss them. Sometimes they only start appearing after dark on other days even from noon. Rates from R50 and they do give better blow jobs and they are more patient even if you do not come quickly. You can also get some willing to give anal sex.

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Some decent prostitutes are situated at 206 Bram Fisher. They are expensive but better than other places. If you are on budget try Tavern bar or The Beer Garden bar. Just make your way to the toilet and voila a ton of half naked prostitutes will be all over you with offers. The sex area is dingy and you can easily suffocate especially during the summer months. Price is negotiable and starts from R40.

The Garden Beer and the Tavern Bar are both on Hilltop street. In Randburg from the taxi Rank head torwards Sandton/Bryanston using Bram Fischer and turn right into Dover Street (Opposite the Shell garage) then turn right into Hilltop street you won’t miss Beer Garden on the right and towards the end of the road is the Tavern. Goodluck.

During the day these working girls can be spotted on Beaconsfield Avenue all the way from cemetery Road upto Shamrock Avenue. During the night it gets busy with more street prostitutes on Rietfontein Road and all the feeder roads. Prices differ from R50 to R150. These are professional and will check if you have money before charging you. You can always bargain and they are pretty good too.

Rex Hotel at the corner of Tom Jones Street and Ampthill Avenue is full of mahosha. These prositutes charge R50 per shot. The bar is always full with people having drinks and waiting for their turn to head upstairs.
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