Jub Jub's hit reality show Uthando Noxolo once again brought D.RA.M.A deluxe on Sunday when Precious took to the show ask her hubby's forgiveness after she told him that a child she was carrying was his. It was like maths higher grade on our TV when Jub Jub explained how Precious had come to SA and cheated on her husband Rasta with another man, George. She later fell pregnant and told Rasta that the baby was his. When Precious told George about the pregnancy, he said they should keep it a secret and took the child. In all the chaos, Precious wanted to come clean to her hubby.Independent Online
A Greyhound bus passenger got behind the wheel and steered the bus to safety after the driver began passing out on a Utah highway Friday morning, police said. Everette Elliott, 49, took over as the driver suffered a medical problem on Interstate 15 south of Salt Lake City, the Utah Highway Patrol said. He brought the bus to a stop along the side of the highway. About 20 people were on board and no one was seriously hurt. The bus driver, a 30-year-old man, was taken to a hospital. Police don’t believe he was impaired, said Trooper Colton Freckleton. Elliott was asleep as he rode the bus home from visiting his children in Nevada when he felt the vehicle swaying. He opened his eyes and heard otherAllAfrica.com
EX-MDC MP Gabriel Chaibva returned Tuesday to haunt his erstwhile colleagues through sensational claims they armed some party youths to kill two people during the August 1 post-electoral violence. Chaibva was making submissions before the Kgalema Motlanthe chaired Commission of Inquiry into the violence that rocked Harare's CBD soon after the July 30 elections. The disturbances led to the shock gunning down of six civilians by what is widely believed to be soldiers who were deployed to quell the violence. "It is my consideration that the events of the 1st of August 2018 were clearly engineered by the MDC to produce the kind of result that it had. "They were not looking for anything short of deadIndependent Online
Johannesburg - Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, on Wednesday appeared before the state capture inquiry to raise a grievance regarding the postponement of Mcebisi Jonas's testimony. Jonas, the former deputy finance minister, brought an application to postpone his testimony and cross-examination on Tuesday as he was working abroad as President Cyril Ramaphosa's envoy. Zondo, in granting the postponement, implored witnesses required to appear before the commission "While one appreciates that people have lives to run... one must balance that against the challenge that would arise if the commission would in any way run on the basis that every witness must appear on a date that suitstimeslive.co.za
Kelly Khumalo and Chad Da Don got speculation rolling about the status of the relationship after posting loved-up snaps from the music video of their song, Dance Comigo. Some thought the pair were pulling a major pr stunt as they posted snaps of themselves looking cosy after the video was done and dusted. But if it's a stunt, the couple are really giving it gas, because weeks later, they're always side-by-side. Kelly and Chad recently celebrated her birthday with a romantic getaway and often refer to each other as king and queen. Whether it's a stunt or not, Kelly and Chad are serving the sauce. In abundance.Independent Online
Cape Town - A friend of a Manenberg couple confessed to raping and murdering their 2-year-old daughter, saying he knew exactly what he had done as she took her last breath. Willie Simons entered into a plea and was convicted in the Western Cape High Court on Monday for the rape and murder of Zakeerah Hendricks. Simons said he was at a house party in Manenberg in February 2016, when he carried Zakeerah into a Wendy house to put her down to sleep. In his plea, Simons said he gave the toddler a bottle, undressed her, then raped her while holding his hand over her mouth so she did not make a noise. This was before he strangled her to death with his bare hands. “I realised that my action could resultAllAfrica.com
Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba says he's "gonna be alright" as political parties react to his long-awaited resignation on Tuesday afternoon. The Presidency said Gigaba's decision on Tuesday afternoon was "for the sake of the ANC and the country". The EFF, which once described Gigaba as the "architect of state capture", said in a statement shortly after the news broke that it welcomed the resignation of a "disgraced home affairs minister". "His stubbornness to remain in office despite the undeniable evidence against him regarding the Fireblade airport saga and his blatant disregard for the rule of law have made him a dishonourable public representative," EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement.