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    Andile Ncube: I don’t believe there’ll be a heavenly welcome for me hosted by Akhumzi

    TV star Andile Ncube has reflected on life after death, telling his followers that he does not believe that his friend Akhumzi Jezile will be there to greet him when he dies. Andile got really deep on social media this week when he dished out a sermon on the afterlife and his relationship with his dear friend, who died earlier this year. Andile was left shattered by Akhumzi's death in August. The former YoTV star was involved in a car crash that killed three other people including Joyous Celebrations singer Siyasanga Kobese and actor Thobani Mseleni. "I don’t believe in life beyond the grave. I don’t believe there’ll be a reunion in the afterlife or a heavenly welcome party in my honour, hosted

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    Kelly Khumalo is gatvol of the 'RIP Chad' trolls & she's hitting back!

    Kelly Khumalo is spitting fire over comments that she's cursed and that her new bae Chad da Don is doomed for getting involved with her.  While it still isn't clear whether Kelly and Chad are in a relationship, they've been serving major sauce on social media, which has sent the rumour mill into overdrive.  Kelly, who has been unlucky in love has for the longest time faced vicious comments about being "cursed" and has also been blamed for the "ill-fate" of her ex-boyfriends.  While Kelly has been living her best life on cloud nine with Chad, trolls have been "warning" him to be careful.  The singer is evidently fed up of the slurs and took to social media to set everyone straight. 

  • Norma and Malusi Gigaba’s biggest scandals

    Norma and Malusi Gigaba are the picture of wedded bliss - well, as far as social media is concerned. But behind closed doors, the couple are dealing with several scandals. Malusi announced this week that he was resigning as Home Affairs Minister. The move comes after growing pressure for the minister to step down. From accusations of being involved in the Guptas’ ‘state capture’ to an affair and accusations of lying under oath, there is never a dull moment in the life of Mr and Mrs Gigabyte. Have a look at some of their biggest controversies. Cheating scandal The biggest test of their marriage came shortly after they tied the knot. A few months after their December 2014 wedding, Norma received

  • sowetanlive.co.za

    WATCH: ‘I deserve gifts’

    In an exclusive interview with TshisaLIVE, prophet Mboro explains what his relationship with prophet Dr Shephered Bushiri is and why the controversial pastor gave him a R1 million gift.

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    Lerato K slams Soweto student who hit a teacher in viral video

    TV and radio star Lerato Kganyago has joined the chorus of outrage after an alleged student at a Soweto school was caught on camera chasing a teacher and telling bystander that he wanted to make the educator “kak”. In the video, which has since gone viral, the student can be seen be seen aggressively chasing the teacher down a driveway before the man falls to the ground. The student then tries to kick the teacher while people crowd around the pair. A person is heard asking him why he is so aggressive and he says he is tired of the teacher. One of the bystanders shouts that someone should call the police.

  • Independent Online

    WATCH: If you don't vote ANC, the country will be taken away from you, warns Zuma

    Durban - Former President Jacob Zuma said on Friday if South Africans do not vote for the ruling African National Congress (ANC), the country will be taken away from the people after his party fought so much for freedom. Zuma was addressing hundreds of ANC supporters and community members at the Pinetown bus terminal and taxi rank, where he was leading an early morning voter-registration awareness and campaigning for the ANC in the upcoming May 2019 general elections. "We are here to remind everybody that next year there is an election. The vote is the one that gives the ANC power to govern the country, to govern because it fought for it, and to protect it from damage because the ANC is the one

  • Independent Online

    Baby delivered after pregnant mother killed with a crossbow

    London - British doctors said on Wednesday that they have saved the life of an unborn baby after his mother was shot dead with a crossbow in her east London home. The 35-year-old heavily pregnant woman, Sana Muhammad, was fatally injured at her home in Applegarth Drive, Ilford, on Monday, Xinhua reported. Medics managed to deliver her son in hospital but he was left fighting for life on Tuesday. On Tuesday night, the Scotland Yard confirmed the baby was in a stable condition, and he remains in hospital, according to the London-based Evening Standard newspaper. The murdered woman's husband, Imtiaz Muhammad, said that she was shot in front of her five other children, aged between one and 17 years