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Saturday, May 18

Wizzy

Pictures: Tavern Punani Dancer Makes Crowd Wild

Tavern Punani Dancer Makes Crowd Wild - photos

NOBODY KNOWS exactly where the video was taken or when it happened.
But the beer was flowing, the punani was flashing . . .

AND EXCITED PATRONS WERE HAVING THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES!

One might say some activities are too private to be taken to the streets – or to a tavern.

But the woman in the video clearly wasn’t worried that she was surrounded by a cheering crowd and video cameras.

The video, which is said to come from Tshwane, shows the woman in a short dress dancing and showing off her punani.

In the video, a woman dressed in jeans dares the woman to come onto the dance floor and she rushes onto the stage to join in what looks like a dancing battle.

The crowd cheers for the woman in jeans, which seems to challenge the woman in the dress even more.

Guests go crazy when they see that she’s not wearing panties.
A woman in the background is heard saying: “I can’t believe what I’m seeing!”

When two women try to stop her she falls to her knees, twerking to the sound of the popular amapiano music.

A man shows his appreciation by slipping a R10 note between the woman’s twerking bum.


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A woman in white shorts comes onto the stage and twerks on top of the other woman.

Ellen Segone, a cultural expert from Tshwane, said: “Grown women should respect their bodies. We condemn this behaviour that seems to be becoming the norm in our society.”

Pastor Daniel Motsepe said women are not supposed to behave in this way.

“This is a shocking video. Women are not slaves to any substance, any amusement or any fashion or attitude that does not please their master in heaven. These women have involved themselves in lust and drunkenness.

“They should not do these things or become enslaved to anything but  Christ.”
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‘Before You Slide Into My Inbox Please Check My Photos & Confirm If I’m Your Type,Let’s Not Waste Each Other’s Time’,Says Pokello

‘Before You Slide Into My Inbox Please Check My Photos & Confirm If I’m Your Type,Let’s Not Waste Each Other’s Time’,Says Pokello

Pokello never disappoints , when it comes to her words and how she just expresses herself to the world. She doesn’t fear anyone, she isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind and every time she speaks out people will always have a say about it. And you know what, Pokello knows that too but she never backs down. That’s the most thing we even like her more for. Check her latest message to all men as she posted a whole lot of saucy pictures of herself as she is always serving fire.

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“Dear Zimbabwean Men,Before You Slide Into My Inbox Please Check My Photos & Confirm If I’m Your Type,Let’s Not Waste Each Other’s Time”, Pokello Offers Words Of Wisdom To Males
Socialite, businessperson and social media personality Pokello Nare has offered relationship to men. According to the former Big Brother Africa housemate, females are naturally expensive so men should be careful when entering relationships by choosing the women in their ‘price range’
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Unemployed Graduate hacked government database and employed himself 

Unemployed Graduate hacked government database and employed himself

Police are looking for a man who hacked into the department of health database and employed himself as a system administrator since June 2018. Bright Chabota a computer engineering graduate, of Zambian origin. His father is Zambian and his mother is South African.


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He never actually went to work but he was getting the salary every month. Medical card and salary advice were piling up in an officer of the supposed system administrator in the department of health building in Pretoria but nobody had ever seen him.

His parents were tracked down in Alexander and they said he told them he got a job in Nelspruit. He had been sending them R7000 every month since June last year. 
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Friday, May 17

Wizzy

POKING COP IN HOSPITAL AFTER ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BY DRINKING POISON.

POKING COP IN HOSPITAL AFTER ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BY DRINKING POISON.

THE cop whose poking photographs went viral on social media is in hospital. It appears she tried to commit suicide by drinking poison.

The photographs, which were posted on Monday, angered many people. A cop told Daily Sun the man who did this deserved to be punished. “He destroyed a family and also shamed our uniform.

I hear the woman tried to commit suicide by drinking poison after the photos were leaked. We will deal with the person behind the ordeal.” Brigadier Vish Naidoo said the man concerned had committed a crime.


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Northern Cape provincial police commissioner Lieutenant-General Risimati Shivuri has appointed a senior manager to investigate the matter. The NPA is being engaged to determine whether there is a criminal matter to be pursued.

 Police have advised members of the public to be vigilant against such acts. “The name of the member cannot be disclosed at this stage. The issue of whether she was on duty or not is also still under investigation,” police said. 
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Thursday, May 16

Wizzy

Video and pictures of Police woman in her work uniform

Video and pictures of Police women's 'sexy rendezvous' that caused traffic Jam on social media

Authorities are investigating how pictures of a police woman undressing were taken and shared on social media.

In the pictures shared on Facebook, the woman is seen sitting on a sofa with a cellphone in one hand and what looks like a glass of alcohol in the other.

Another picture then shows the woman with the glass closer to her mouth while the last two pictures show her undressing, even revealing her panties. In the pictures, the woman seems to be aware in the first picture that someone was taking the pictures as she smiles in the direction of the camera.

However, it is difficult to tell whether in the other picture where she is undressing, she was fully aware of what was happening. It is unclear at this stage whether the pictures were shared by the woman in the picture or someone else did it with or without her consent.

Police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said the incident has been identified.
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“We have identified this member and a senior officer has been tasked to investigate this matter. In the meantime, we cannot say exactly who distributed these photographs. We would like to reassure the nation that we are viewing this matter in a very serious [light]. The investigation is still in its early stages. No further details can be disclosed,” Naidoo said.

The use of the pictures drew a lot mixed reaction on Facebook. While users criticised the person who took the pictures, others threw insults at both the woman and the person who captured her undressing.

“How stupid is the person who took pictures of this woman[translated],” said one of the Facebook users. Another user sympathised with the woman: “Poor lady, I hope she’s okay.”

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Sunday, May 12

Wizzy

Cash In Bananas For Prisoners Trending on Social Media - #CashInBananas

#CashInBananas For Prisoners Trending on Social Media

BANANAS have always been known to be good for your health.

But according to Correctional Services spokesman Singabakho Nxumalo, inmates also use them to smuggle money into prisons.

He said this led to new rules requiring prisoners to eat food brought by visitors.

Photos of cash being smuggled in bananas recently started circulating on social media.

Nxumalo said: “Over the years, the department has had to deal with several incidents of security breaches, ranging from escapes to the introduction of illegal goods.


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“Different tricks are used to smuggle various objects into jails.

“This may involve the use of bananas, shoes or toiletry items. We are continuously using different methods to search inmates.”

Nxumalo said ensuring safety and security in the country’s 243 correctional centres was an ongoing challenge.

“This is because those who are hell bent on committing crime are continuously developing new strategies.”
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