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Wednesday, March 13

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NICO MATLALA ARRESTED BY HAWKS - SEE VIDEO

CONTROVERSIAL BUSINESSMAN NICO MATLALA ARRESTED BY HAWKS

CONTROVERSIAL businessman Nico Matlala will be spending the next seven days behind bars until his bail hearing.

This comes after the North West Hawks’ serious commercial crime unit arrested him on Tuesday for allegedly defrauding the Matlosana Municipality.

The 41-year-old briefly appeared in the Klerksdorp Magistrates Court yesterday for fraud.

Hawks spokesman Captain Tlangelani Rikhotso said: “In July 2016, over R4 million meant to be paid to service providers was paid into several accounts. One of them belonged to Matlala, who allegedly received R1,8 million while not having rendered any services.”

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Matlala is known for having dated several celebrities, including Winnie Ntshaba, Palesa Mocuminyane-Madisakwane and Keabetswe “KB” Motsilanyane.

He recently appeared on the TV show No Excuse, Pay Papgeld for allegedly not maintaining one of his kids. In April, he was accused of stealing items worth R42 000 by Serge Cabonge, who calls himself the international blesser. According to Serge, he saw Matlala making off with a pair of Jordan sneakers.

His fraud case was postponed to Wednesday for a bail application.
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Teacher suspended for teaching learners Sister Bettina and calling it a national anthem

Teacher suspended for teaching learners Sister Bettina and calling it a national anthem

A 26-year-old Jo’burg teacher had been suspended for teaching Grade R learners wrong national anthem.

Lerato Mathosa taught her class the song Sister Bettina and told them it is the national anthem.
Parents say their children came home singing the song and called it a national anthem.
A young Jo’burg teacher might lose her job for misleading Grade R children. She taught them Sister Bettina and called it a national anthem. Fortunately she excluded the dirty lyrics from the song but that doesn’t make it any good. She had being suspended indefinitely.


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The principal said he got calls from concerned parents saying why are their children singing Sister Bettina and calling it a national anthem. “I did not know what a Sister Bettina was so I googled it and I was very confused. I did not ask Lerato about it because I thought it was impossible, why would she do that?. That was until we had a function at school where parents were invited too and they requested her class to sing the national anthem”.

The principal said over thirty children were singing Sister Bettina word for word. The parents were not happy at all.

One parent said she wanted to beat up Lerato for teaching her children her ratchet ways. Police were called and everyone was calmed down. Lerato refused to apologise.

If you don’t know the Sister Bettina song watch the video below. Note that that is a clean version there is a dirty one.

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Student stabbed to death outside Mondeor High School

Pupil stabbed to death outside Mondeor High School

A 16-year-old boy was killed outside the Mondeor High School in the south of Johannesburg on Wednesday, paramedics said.

According to paramedics the boy had suffered a stab wound.

ER24 paramedics had arrived on scene at around 8:14am where other emergency workers were already assessing the child.

"Assessments showed that the patient had sustained a stab wound to his chest and showed no signs of life," ER24 said in a statement.


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Efforts to revive the boy proved unsuccessful.

"The details surrounding this incident are not yet known but local authorities were on the scene for further investigations," the emergency workers said.

Meanwhile, the Gauteng education department was yet to comment on the incident.

Speaking to TimesLIVE after 9am, spokesperson Steve Mabona said the department was unaware of the incident.
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Grade 12 student killed for Carvella shoes he wore to matric dance

Top Learner killed for Carvella shoes he wore to matric dance

A Kimberley pupil was stabbed to death and robbed of a pair of Carvella shoes that he had proudly worn to his matric dance just two nights before.
It is believed that the Grade 12 pupil from Emmanuel Secondary School was walking with friends during the early hours of Sunday morning when they were approached by a group of men who were armed with knives.

The boy’s family, as well as the school, is still reeling in shock over the tragedy.

Relatives have urged the public to be on the lookout for the stolen shoes as they believe that this could lead the police to the suspects, who have yet to be arrested.

“It is a brown pair of size 9 Carvela shoes with a buckle.”

Joseph Ndlovu said on Monday that he had saved for months to buy the shoes for his eldest son, Boniface Ndlovu, to wear to his matric dance this past Friday.

“Boniface was so happy and proud to be able to wear his shoes. His mother is heartbroken and the entire family is traumatised,” said Joseph.

“Boniface was accompanying one his friends home at the time of the incident. We were sleeping when we received the news that he had been stabbed. By the time we arrived on the scene near the sports field, near Stock and Stock, he had already died. It is very painful to have to bury your own child.”


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Joseph believes that the streets of Kimberley are not safe. “I don’t want my other two sons and two daughters walking in the streets after dark any more.”

He said they were still busy planning the funeral arrangements, although they are hoping to hold the service this weekend.


Boniface’s uncle, Andre van Rooyen, added that the rest of his nephew’s friends had managed to flee from the group of armed men.

“It was dark, so they said they could not remember much because everything happened so fast. Some of their shoes and belongings were also stolen in the process,” said Van Rooyen.

He added that according to the autopsy results, Boniface was stabbed twice in the heart.
“The stab wounds were fatal. There was no chance that he would have survived. Boniface was one of the top 10 academic pupils at his school. His dream was to join the South African National Defence Force and study engineering. He had submitted an online application to the University of Stellenbosch on Friday.”

The deputy principal of Emmanuel Secondary School, Gladys Poonawassy, said that counselling had been arranged for pupils at the school on Monday.

“Psychologists and social workers provided counselling to the teachers and pupils and a youth pastor from CRC church prayed over them and provided support. We are all shaken over what happened. The Grade 12s were supposed to write Geography on Monday but we have postponed the exams until Thursday.”

Poonawassy added that Boniface was one of the school’s top achievers.

“He was a hard worker who was dedicated to his studies and was extremely well behaved, well mannered, with a great personality. It is a huge loss for the school.”

She said that the matric dance that was held on Friday went smoothly, without any incident.
“The matrics did not even attend an after-party as they are busy writing exams.”

Poonawassy said a memorial service would be held at the school hall at 1pm on Thursday.
“Members from the school community and pupils will also attend and assist with the funeral.”

Police spokesperson Sergeant Majang Skalkie said that the Galeshewe police were looking for information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects.

Skalkie said that the deceased, aged 17 years old, was apparently approached by a group of 10 men who were armed with knives.

“The incident occurred on Sunday, March 10 between 12.30am and 1am at a sports ground at Stock and Stock in Galeshewe. The deceased was walking with four of his schoolmates from Homevale to Galeshewe when they were approached by approximately 10 unknown men armed with knives. They allegedly robbed them of their shoes, clothes and stabbed the deceased.”

Skalkie stated that the victim was stabbed twice in the chest and died on the scene.
“No suspects have been arrested yet.”

She appealed to the community to contact the investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Steven Wax, on 082 469 1728 if they had any information relating to the incident.

“All information will be treated as strictly confidential.”
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Angry Mob Strip A Mother Of Three Necked For Stealing Human Hair In A Salon

Angry Mob Strip A Mother Of Three Necked For Stealing Human Hair In A Salon

Reports emanating from the local media today, stated that a woman who was identified as a mother of three children have be stripped naked for stealing hairs which according to the angry mob was a Brazilian hair.

According to the reports, The woman went to the Hair Salon as a customer but eventually stole the hairs which is about R150, not knowing that the CCTV camera was on.

Problem started when the security raised alarm and she was apprehended by some angry youth which resulted to stripping her necked.


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However the woman was made to walk on the street necked and was forced to roll inside a mod water before the police came to her rescue.

Meanwhile, The police is said to have taken the woman into custody for further investigations.
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Tuesday, March 12

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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 e.tv 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.


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"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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Drama As Boyfriend Forcefully Takes Cheating Wife From Hubby For The Night

Drama As Boyfriend Forcefully Takes Cheating Wife From Hubby For The Night

Residents of a suburb Harare were left open-mouthed in shock over the weekend after a cheating woman’s boyfriend came to her house and forcefully took her with him despite the presence of the husband.

According to H-Metro, Penelope Ruswa who is the second wife of a man only identified as Mark was cheating on her husband with another man only identified as Andrew. Penelope’s plans to rendezvous with Andrew that night were ruined after Mark arrived at her house unexpectedly. Seeing that there was no way that she could keep her appointment with Andrew, Penelope is reported to have switched off her phone to avoid his incessant calls.

However, it seems like Andrew had been anticipating a night of pleasure with Penelope so much that he decided to come and force her to keep the appointment. Andrew is said to have jumped over the wall surrounding Penelope’s house before banging on her door.

Penelope then lied to Mark that he was a disgruntled foreign currency dealer and went to deal with Andrew. But to Mark’s surprise, he had Penelope being assaulted and when he went to find out why he saw her being bundled into a car by Andrew who later drove away.

Narrating his ordeal to H-Metro, Mark said,

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I NEVER THOUGHT THAT PENELOPE WOULD CHEAT CONSIDERING EVERYTHING THAT I DID FOR HER AS WELL AS DISTURBING MY PEACE WITH MY FIRST WIFE.

I MARRIED PENELOPE BEGINNING OF 2018 AFTER FALLING IN LOVE WITH HER FOR ALMOST THREE YEARS. I WAS NOT AWARE THAT SHE WAS AFTER MY WEALTH. SHE WAS DRAGGED TO THE CIVIL COURT BY MY WIFE, AND THE STORY WAS PUBLISHED IN H-METRO, AND TODAY I REGRET MY ACTIONS AFTER SEEING HER REAL CHARACTER.

PENELOPE WAS NOT AWARE THAT I WAS COMING HOME SO SHE DECIDED TO SWITCH OFF HER PHONE, AND THIS ANGERED ANDREW WHO JUMPED THE PRE-CAST WALL INTO OUR PREMISES WHERE HE DEMANDED THAT THE DOOR BE OPENED.

WHAT SURPRISED ME WAS THE WORDS HE WAS UTTERING TO PROVE THAT HE WANTED TO DESTROY THE DOOR AND MY WIFE LIED TO ME THAT HE WAS A MONEY CHANGER WHO WANTED HIS UNITED STATES DOLLARS.

SHE ASKED ME TO REMAIN IN THE BEDROOM WHILE SHE ATTENDED TO HIM. NDAZOMUKA NDANZWA AVAKUROHWA MAMBAMA AMUTSA VANHU MURAINI ROSE ACHIKAKARITSWA NDOKUKANDWA MUMOTOKARI.

I FOLLOWED THEM ONLY TO DISCOVER THAT ANDREW STAYED A FEW HOUSES AWAY FROM OURS, AND I HAD NO OPTION, BUT TO CALL HER PARENTS TO WITNESS THIS. THEY CAME AND RETURNED AFTER THEY HEARD SOMEONE CALLING REPORTERS TO THE SCENE SINCE THEY ARE PASTORS AT GLAD TIDINGS.

An irate Mark said that he was done with the marriage and indicated that he may seek a refund of his lobola. Penelope’s father Pastor Chiwara confirmed that he had been informed of what had happened although he was yet to hear his daughter’s side of the story.
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Married man lost his cell phone and pictures & videos of him and side chick gone viral on social media. 

Video & pictures of a married man who lost his cell phone.

According to reports a married man lost his cell phone and later discovered that the pictures and videos of him and the side chick that was in the phone are making rounds and causing traffic jams on social media.
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"Tjo🙆🏾‍♀🙆🏾‍♀ so some married man lost his fone and now pics of him and the side doing the nasty are going viral 🙆🏾‍♀🙆🏾‍♀🙆🏾‍♀ the poor wife😭 I have pictures and the video 🤦🏽‍♀🤦🏽‍♀🤦🏽‍♀🤦🏽‍♀"

According to reports the cell phone he lost had a password however the videos and pictures were saved in the memory card
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Monday, March 11

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6 places to find R30-R50 magoshas in Johannesburg

6 places to find R30-R50 magoshas in Johannesburg

CBD
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.

Rosettenville
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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Randburg

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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.

Primrose
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.

Benoni
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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Video: Drunk Itumeleng Khune 'i want to swipe all those Pubs and clubs' must watch

Video: Bad friends film Itumeleng Khune 'i want to swipe all those Pubs and clubs'

BAFANA Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs goalie Itumeleng Khune had Mzansi laughing over the weekend.

A video of the soccer star enjoying himself at what appears to be Moja Cafe, a shisa nyama in Soweto, has been shared on social media.

It seems to be closing but Khune isn’t ready to go.

The smiling star waves his platinum credit card and offers to swipe it for the whole cafe – and become the owner. He and his friends were asked to go but then he jokes and asks for a speed point machine.

Daily Sun was unable to get comment from Moja Cafe.

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DJ Mahoota, who posted the video, said they were only joking. “Nothing wrong or harmful was said.”

Khune could not be reached for comment.

Some people on social media caught the joke, but other weren’t so happy.

“Khune should be nursing his injuries. Why is he partying?” asked Thokozani Nkabinde.

Simon Ndou said: “We are losing at the club and he is partying. He should be mourning.”

“Khune is having fun. He’s tired of crying about Chiefs,” said Black.
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TEENAGE couple Siyacela Dlamuka (16) and Thando Mathebula (15) are to be married on 13 April

TEENAGE couple Siyacela Dlamuka (16) and Thando Mathebula (15) are to be married on 13 April


This is after an umembeso ceremony took place at Thando’s home in Nkandla, KZN, on Saturday.

Shy Siyacela from Ulundi, northern KZN, said he was looking forward to making Thando his wife officially. “She’s different and special,” I can’t wait to officially call her my wife,” he said.

He said they were not planning to have kids for quite some time.

“We want to finish school before we take the route of starting a family,” said Siyacela.

His father, Mthandeni Dlamika (59), a bishop of the Corinthians Apostolic Church in Zion, said he fully supports the marriage.


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“These days, you find teenagers engaging in sexual activities secretly and most of the time, they end up falling pregnant out of wedlock,” he said.

when his son told him he had fallen in love, Siyacela’s father took it upon himself to pay for lobola and other expenses so Siyacela could focus on school.

He’s currently in Grade 9 at Ndlovana High School.

“The only rule I made is that they wait until they’re officially married before engaging in sexual activities,” said the bishop. . That was the rule I might for my daughters, who are all married now,” he said.

When the SunTeam tried to get comment from Thando, her mum said she was not at home.

“I can’t speak right now because I need permission from her,” said her mother.

Daily Sun reported on the young couple’s engagement party at church last year after it drew a lot of attention.
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