American wrestler John Cena has been praised for embracing SA rapper Sho Madjozi, after he apparently refused to sue the star for making a song named after him. The star recently appeared on A Little Late With Lilly Singh, where he spoke about the song’s success. When asked how he knew about it, he said he had … Read moreWWE wants John Cena to sue Sho Madjozi for her title track John Cena
The Black First Land First movement (BLF) is no longer a political party. The organisation lost its bid to appeal its deregistration at the Electoral Court on Tuesday. In June, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) ruled in favour of the Freedom Front Plus to have the movement officially scrapped from the list of the country’s political parties. … Read moreBLF officially deregistered as political party by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)
Johannesburg – Veteran radio personality Xolani Gwala has died at the age of 44 after succumbing to a lengthy battle with cancer. The family confirmed the news on Friday. In September 2017, Xolani confirmed that he had been diagnosed with colon cancer during an interview on 702. Chatting to Stephen Grootes at the time, Xolani said that … Read moreXolani Gwala dies of cancer at the age of 44
Forensic tests have confirmed the death of Kgothatso Molefe, a school pupil in grade 2 who was reported missing three months ago in the North West.Her body had been burnt beyond recognition. The seven-year-old from Rampa Primary School in Tlhabane, Rustenburg, failed to arrive home from school in July. She was wearing grey long pants, a … Read moreShe was found dead and her body burnt beyond recognition.
Cape Town – Former Isibaya actor Andile Gumbi – known for his role as Zweli Ngubane on the Mzansi Magic series – has died after suffering a heart attack while working on a musical in Israel. Mzansi Magic Publicity & EPG Coordinator confirmed the news in a public statement: “As Mzansi Magic, we are saddened by the … Read moreFORMER ‘ISIBAYA’ ACTOR ANDILE GUMBI DIES OF HEART ATTACK IN ISRAEL
City of Joburg executive mayor, Herman Mashaba has announced his resignation from the DA and as mayor of the city effective 27 November 2019. Mashaba’s decision comes in the wake of former DA leader, Helen Zille, winning the bid to become the party’s federal chairperson this weekend. “I’m gravely concerned that the DA I signed … Read moreFULL STORY: Herman Mashaba has announced his resignation from the DA and as mayor of the city City of Joburg effective
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A 53-year-old pastor who reportedly impregnated 20 members of congregation claims the Holy Spirit ordered him to sleep with them. South African police have now arrested Pastor Oyatunde Ogejuru for abusing the young girls and women at Vineyard Ministry of the Holy Trinity. Ogejuru’s abusive behaviour was finally reported to the police by his estranged wife Veronica … Read moreA Nigerian pastor who impregnated 20 church members claims the Holy Spirit ordered him to sleep with them.
EFF president Julius Malema stated that the party has hired the best legal team to represent #FeesMustFall activist Kanya Cekeshe. On Wednesday, EFF supporters accumulated at the Johannesburg magistrate’s court, where the student activist applied for bail, pending appeal. Cekeshe was sentenced to five years behind bars in December 2017. He was apprehended in 2016 … Read moreEFF is using its own funds to hire best lawyers for jailed Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe
University of Limpopo Turfloop Campus held its SRC Elections on the 8th of October 2019. The counting of ballot papers began at 22h00 after the closing of voting stations. Counting lasted for the whole night under the watchful eyes of party agents, securities and IEC. IEC announced the results in the morning of 09 October … Read moreEFFSC wins University of Limpopo SRC Elections after beating ANCs SASCO and SUCA.
JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Premier David Makhura is expected to axe a male member of the executive council (MEC) on Friday in compliance with the African National Congress (ANC)’s gender policy. The party’s spokesperson Dakota Legoete said on Wednesday that Makhura would finally act after the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) decided that one male MEC should go. According to … Read moreMAKHURA EXPECTED TO RESHUFFLE CABINET IN COMPLIANCE WITH ANC GENDER POLICY
Julius Malema has officially joined the 229-member organ of the African Union, a collective of the continent’s political leaders who preside over the interests of Africa’s people. The Pan-African Parliament is one of the nine organs of the African Union provided for in Article 5 of the Constitutive Act of the AU, adopted in July 2000 … Read moreJulius Malema officially sworn-in: EFF joins Pan-African Parliament
Two police officers, believed to be part of a Post Office break-in on Wednesday evening in Dalton, KwaZulu-Natal were shot and killed when they opened fire on patrolling law enforcement officers, police say. The police officers – a male sergeant and female constable – were spotted by a team comprising the Hawks, the National Intervention … Read moreTwo Police officers killed by other Police while robbing a post office
The Child Support and Grant-in-aid grants will increase to R430 per child, per month as from today 1 October 2019, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) said in a media statement today. This was in line with the announcement made by the Minister of Finance in the Budget Speech earlier this year. SASSA said October … Read moreChild grant increased to R430 per child from October.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is being taken to task for reversing the promotion of senior prosecutors who were given new jobs in the dying days of former president Jacob Zuma’s tenure. In a move that is seen as being driven by political considerations, Ramaphosa revoked the appointments of five top National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) officials whose … Read moreRamaphosa reversed the appointments of senior advocates who were appointed by Jacob Zuma.
A report by the Inspector General of Intelligence on the so-called Sars ‘rogue unit’ will remain in court records and the public domain. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have won a victory against Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan at the Equality Court sitting in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Monday. An … Read moreEFF beats Gordhan – Equality Court dismisses application to remove ‘rogue unit’ report
Nigerian police have freed 19 pregnant women from “baby factories” in Lagos. According to reports by the BBC, the women are lured by the traffickers who then rape them and force the young women to have babies. These babies are then sold for human-trafficking purposes. A baby boy is reportedly sold for $1,400 (about R21,000), and … Read morePolice raid Nigerian baby factories and free 19 women and 4 children
New allegations surfaced against journalist Ranjeni Munusamy at the state capture inquiry in Johannesburg on Monday, with a former crime intelligence officer testifying how he facilitated repairs to her car. He had the tyres replaced, serviced the car and fixed a faulty radio. This is according to former Crime Intelligence officer Colonel Dhanajaya Naidoo who … Read moreState capture: New serious allegations surface against Ranjeni Munusamy
Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao, has credited EFF leader Julius Malema for pushing Zimbabwe’s government to honour his uncle’s burial wishes. Mugabe died in a Singapore hospital on September 6 and was buried on Saturday. On his website, Zhuwao thanked Malema for an interview he did in Zimbabwe in which he pushed the government to … Read moreEFF’s Julius Malema credited with helping Robert Mugabe’s family with burial wishes
Senior DA MP Mike Waters has requested documentary proof that party leader Mmusi Maimane is renting his Claremont home out of his own pocket, the Sunday Times reports. The request is said to have been made at a meeting of the party’s federal executive last week. “He [Waters] proceeded to ask how much he [Maimane] pays for … Read moreSenior DA leaders are demanding answers from Maimane on who pays his rent.
Sho Madjozi’s latest single John Cena is going viral across the world, getting shoutouts in 73 countries and counting. The star first performed the track several weeks ago on international music platform Colors. Since then, fans have been begging the BET award winner to drop it as a single. She finally did so on Friday and immediately trended … Read moreBreaking News: Sho Madjozi’s ‘John Cena’ gets a shoutout in more than 70 countries
In defence of Treasury’s plan to grow the economy, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni warned the African National Congress National Executive Committee (NEC) that government’s choices are becoming starker, and that urgent changes are needed. In Mboweni’s presentation, during the third day of the NEC’s conference in Boksburg, he said growth is faltering and tax revenue has … Read moreTito Mboweni issues stark warning to ANC NEC, sticks to plan to sell state-owned companies
The SACP is considering going it alone in a number of municipalities and wards in the 2021 local government elections, particularly those administrations that have collapsed under the control of its alliance partner, the ANC. The proposal is made in an internal discussion document drafted by the SACP ahead of its special national congress in … Read moreThe SACP is preparing to contest 2021 local government elections on its own
The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), which has become central to the Public Protector’s adverse findings against President Cyril Ramaphosa, did not find any evidence of money laundering related to the president. In July, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Ramaphosa deliberately misled Parliament when responding to a question about a R500 000 donation to his 2017 ANC … Read moreNo indication of money laundering was found on CR17 Campaign Donation
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says President Cyril Ramaphosa’s lawyers are litigating “through the media”, after it emerged that the president’s legal team had accused Mkhwebane of unlawfully obtaining Financial Intelligence Centre information. Business Day reported on Tuesday that Ramaphosa’s lawyers have accused Mkhwebane of unlawfully using information contained in a Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) report to … Read moreMkhwebane on FIC request: Ramaphosa’s lawyers ‘litigating through the media’
ON the day Njabulo Ndlovu walked out of Westville Prison, the only thing on his mind was tucking into a home cooked meal prepared by his mother and a warm bed. But not before saying a small prayer and thanking the Almighty for his release on Monday. Ndlovu, 35, was wrongly convicted of rape and … Read moreKZN man released after spending 13 years in jail on wrongful rape conviction
A Limpopo traditional leader has ordered foreign tuckshop owners to leave his village “for selling fake products”. Chairperson of the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa in Limpopo, Kgoshi Letsiri Phaahla, told Sowetan last week he served notices to at least six foreign shopkeepers in his village, giving them seven days to leave, which … Read moreLimpopo chief ‘evicts’ foreign tuckshop owners for selling fake products
Trade union Solidarity has started construction of its new R300 million Sol-Tech Occupational Training College campus. Funded entirely by community investments, the campus is the first major project that forms part of education and employment projects worth R4.5 billion the Solidarity Network will embark on over the next five years. According to Dr Dirk Hermann, … Read moreConstruction on new R300 million Afrikaans university in Centurion begins
Johannesburg – Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng on Tuesday refused to apologise for having close links with the controversial Gupta family. Testifying at the commission of inquiry probing state capture on the demise at the SABC, Motsoeneng said his plan had been to “capture” the family, but gave no further explanations as to … Read moreHlaudi Motsoeneng said his plan was to capture the Gupta Family.
Johannesburg – An underwhelming showing at the 2019 elections, including allegations of a “squandered” R400million campaign chest, has resulted in job losses for DA staff as funders ditch “a sinking ship”. These new revelations come after reports last week that the party was unable to pay its staff bonuses this year because of cash-flow problems. … Read moreD.A to retrench party’s staff members as funders ditch “a sinking ship”.
R200 WhatsApp Stokvel is a SCAM and has become extremely popular among young people. From the nationwide MMM global social financial network to “WhatsApp group stokvels”, the amount of people who lose large amounts of money is increasing, yet people continue with it and have not learnt their lesson. The WhatsApp group stokvel has an … Read moreDon’t fall victim of R200 WhatsApp Stokvel SCAM
Former president Jacob Zuma’s “known enemy agent” tweet about former cabinet minister and ANC member Derek Hanekom was “untrue, defamatory and unlawful”. This is according to Durban high court judge Dhaya Pillay, who on Friday ordered Zuma to remove it and publish an apology on Twitter within 24 hours. Zuma was ordered to pay damages, the … Read moreZuma loses Hanekom ‘spy’ defamation case, court ordered him to pay damages
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has died, according to reports. He was 95. According to ZimLive, the news was confirmed by two sources. He reportedly died in a hospital in Singapore on Friday morning. According to The Mirror, Human Rights Watch Southern African director Dewa Mavhinga revealed that credible family sources said the former leader had died. BBC News also … Read moreFormer Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has died at age of 95
The ANC has substantially lost support of young people in the country, with more of the youth from both rural and urban areas moving to the EFF, according to a report by Afrobarometer. A research network that conducts public surveys, Afrobarometer asked South Africans who they would vote for if elections were to be held the … Read moreANC losing youth’s support as EFF’s popularity rises