- HealthThe Citizen
The Real Housewives of Johannesburg star Naledi Willers has died after battling breast cancer for two years. The news was announced on Wednesday morning. Willers shared in 2019 that she had been diagnosed with stage-two breast cancer and had started chemotherapy.
- HealthThe Citizen
A health expert in South Africa thinks there could be a “silver lining” to the emergence of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant. Richard Friedland, chief executive officer of Netcare, said the early signs from Omicron infections suggested the variant was highly contagious, but it did not cause severe illness. If, in the second and third wave, we’d seen these levels of positivity to tests conducted, we would have seen very significant increases in hospital admissions, and we’re not seeing that,” sai
- NewsThe Citizen
Graham Dickason, the father of three murdered South African sisters, allegedly by their mother, has returned to South Africa. According to the New Zealand Herald, the orthopaedic surgeon slipped quietly back into the country last month. It remains unclear when he will return to New Zealand, but his wife Laura will return to court on 17 December.
When the woman exited the school, her partner pulled up in his taxi. He ran towards the car as she closed the door and smashed her window with a hammer. He then ran back to his taxi to fetch a can of petrol,” the police said at the time.
- US politicsThe Citizen
Dear Mr President Cyril Ramaphosa, whereas it is encouraging that you are travelling Africa trying to restore good relationships with governments in Africa, should you not rather be trying to restore the mess your administration has created in South Africa? Besides, should that not be Dirco’s remit? Or have you realised that they have been responsible for the jaundiced eye through which we are viewed both in Africa and beyond?
- EntertainmentIndependent Online
Princess Charlene knew exactly what she was getting into with Prince Albert, say friends of the Monaco royal
And with the amount of misinformation out there, people have drawn their own conclusions. Now London-based publication Tatler has dedicated their January cover to the 43-year-old royal by going beyond the sensational headlines and speaking to those closest to her. The feature traces her journey from South African Olympian to the halls of the royal Palace of Monaco.
- EntertainmentThe Citizen
The Mpisane’s have never been shy to show off their wealth, and the latest luxury item in their collection is Andile Mpisane’s new wheels. The 20-year-old chairman of Premier League Soccer (PSL) team Royal AM has achieved quite a lot during his young life. The success of Royal AM and his career in entertainment, with his mother Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize, has gained much attention, especially their opulent lifestyle.