• Instagram Deleted A User's Photo Because It Showed Period Blood

    "Their patriarchy is leaking. Their misogyny is leaking. We will not be censored."

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  • Foreigners remark puts king in a fix

    ZULU King Goodwill Zwelithini's call for all foreign nationals to be kicked out of the country has landed him in hot water with the SA Human Rights Commission. The commission said yesterday it had received a formal complaint against the Zulu monarch. Zwelithini reportedly said at the weekend that the fact that certain countries played a role in the country's struggle for liberation "should not be used as an excuse to create a situation where foreigners are allowed to inconvenience locals". Zwelithini's comments have earned him widespread condemnation from various organisations and on social media.

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  • Don't employ friends - Zuma

    PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma has effectively endorsed Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan's push for government workers without proper qualifications in the country's ailing municipalities to be fired. With the local elections looming, Zuma's comments on the hiring policy yesterday are set to put him on a collision course with the association of municipalities, SA Local Government Association (Salga). Addressing a Salga national members' assembly at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Zuma implored councillors not to hire their friends and relatives, but qualified people.

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  • Cassper accuses Kanye West of 'stealing' Kwaito

    Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter this week to voice his frustration about Kanye West stealing kwaito from South African artists. The world is doing Kwaito. “First it was Years and Years with a beat that sounds Exactly like Spikiri ‘s style and now this Wale record Kanye made with Ty Dollar?

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  • South Africa: ANC Criminality On City Streets a New Low for Morally Bankrupt Party

    The DA condemns ANC acts of pure criminality, in broad daylight on the streets of the City of Cape Town yesterday. Images today show an ANC t-shirted member robbing and assaulting a patron at a City restaurant, during yesterday's Ses'Khona looting parade. It is disgraceful that ANC branded members committed crimes on our streets, including the theft of personal belongings from restaurant patrons and looting of small businesses.

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  • Rihanna And Jim Parsons Play "Never Have I Ever"

    The stars of Dreamworks' new animated film Home get real about aliens, dance parties, and imaginary childhood friends.

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  • Ex-dictator vs fortunate son in Nigeria’s presidential vote

    The two main candidates in Nigeria’s tense presidential election on Saturday cut sharply different profiles: an ex-military ruler who once cracked down on indiscipline and a zoologist rarely seen without his stylish fedora. Incumbent Goodluck Jonathan, 57, is a Christian from the Niger Delta oil region in the south while Muhammadu Buhari, 72, is a Muslim from the north and a retired major general. An ethnic Ijaw from a family of canoe makers, Mr Jonathan’s rise to the top of his country’s ruthless political world has been described as accidental. Fortune certainly seems to have favoured Mr Jonathan throughout his political career, as his first name would imply.

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  • Super Eagles of Nigeria in selection drama ahead of Bafana clash

    Nigeria assistant coach Daniel Amokachi has caused a stir in the Super Eagle’s camp by telling FA bosses that Stephen Keshi, and not him, was the one who selected the team that suffered a shock defeat at home to Uganda.

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  • Community Post: Are You More Blue Ivy Or North West?

    Time to make Kimye and Bey-Z proud.

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  • Germanwings pilot hid health condition that would have banned flying

    The pilot who crashed an aircraft in the French Alps had received a sick note from doctors showing he suffered a health condition that would have prevented him flying the day of the crash, which he apparently hid from his employer, German prosecutors said. French prosecutors believe Andreas Lubitz, 27, locked himself alone in the cockpit of the Germanwings Airbus A320 on Tuesday and deliberately steered it into a mountain, killing all 150 people on board. "Documents with medical contents were confiscated that point towards an existing illness and corresponding treatment by doctors," said the prosecutors’ office in Duesseldorf, where the co-pilot lived and where the doomed flight from Barcelona was heading. "The fact there are sick notes saying he was unable to work, among other things, that were found torn up, which were recent and even from the day of the crime, support the assumption based on the preliminary examination that the deceased hid his illness from his employer and his professional colleagues," the German prosecutors said.

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  • Malawi: Mutharika's Death Is Imminent, Man Declares Claiming He Has a Vision

    A social commentator has indicated that President Peter Mutharika has a few days to live and has ordered the country to be bracing for another state funeral soon. In a post to the liberal group My Malawi, My Views the man using the name of Vitumbiko Chihanga Kayira Mwenewenya indicated that Malawi will be having a state funeral soon as God was not happy with the rule of Mutharika which he labelled stupid. In further outbursts Mwenewenya used the social media space to allege that after his death Mutharika was to be committed to hell for being a homosexual.

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  • Zimbabwe: Non-Resident President Off to Ethiopia

    SINCE his January return from the Far East where he had his annual holiday, President Robert Mugabe, who turned 91 this year, has been to several countries. The now SADC and AU chair, has been to Singapore twice. As if this is not too demanding an itinerary, Mugabe is now destined for Ethiopia, again on AU business. Said Vivian Banhire, a Mugabe admirer: "It's not an issue that he is travelling.

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  • 28 Of The Most Powerful Photos of This Week

    A keeper holds a 12-week-old Sumatran tiger cub during a routine health check in its enclosure at Chester Zoo in Chester, England, on March 27. A snowboarder performs during the Red Bull Jump and Freeze competition at ski resort Shimbulak outside Almaty, Kazakhstan, on March 22.

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  • Zimbabwe: Journalists Humiliate Econet

    Angry journalists yesterday humiliated Econet Wireless and walked out on the mobile phone operator's business unit, Steward Bank legal head Mr Tawanda Nyambirai at a Press conference called to clarify Thursday's raid of a business news agency's offices. The placard-waving scribes, some of whom had their mouths tied to symbolise violation of Press freedom, demanded an apology from Mr Nyambirai for invading the newsroom of The Source on Thursday, before proceedings could start. "Don't gag the media", "Say no to corporate bullies", and "Press Freedom is a Constitutional right" read the messages inscribed on the placards. Earlier on, the journalists had refused to partake in a prayer that had been requested by a Steward Bank staffer contending that Econet officials, police and Deputy Sheriff officers had not opened with a prayer when they invaded The Source.

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  • SA jokers make meal of Biebs - Saturday Star

    Invision/AP Justin Bieber tries to keep his composure as he is ribbed savagely by comedians Jeffrey Ross, Natasha Legger and Kevin Hart on the Comedy Central Roast last Saturday. Photo: Chris Pizzello   Johannesburg - American comedians Jeffrey

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  • Rhodes must go: UCT Senate - Western Cape | IOL News

    UCT's Senate on Friday voted in favour of the removal of Cecil Rhodes' statue from its campus, the institution said. A total of 181 members voted in favour of the removal, one person voted against it and three people were absent, spokeswoman Patricia Lucas said in a statement.

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  • Police silence on Van Breda case ‘unusual’ - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    AP A forensics expert retrieves a flashlight from a police vehicle at the upmarket De Zalze housing estate in Stellenbosch. Cape Town - The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is still deciding what action to take in the Stellenbosch triple murder case, and while the docket remains with it, police are remaining uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the killings. Aside from saying that significant progress was being made in their investigation, police spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Andre Traut this week refused to say anything more about the case. Since the January 27 murders, provincial police have, in an unusual move, not released even basic details about the crimes.

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  • Mature fans accept end of India's World champion reign

    India's notoriously volatile fans showed rare maturity in accepting the end of their team's reign as world champions after Thursday's semi-final defeat against co-hosts Australia in Sydney. The defending champions struggled during their build-up, losing a four-test series 2-0 against Australia and then failing to win a single match in the following tri-series, also involving England. The Hindustan Times newspaper summed up the mood of the nation with their front page headline which read "Heartbreak, but young team does India proud". "Overall, quite happy with where we were," said India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, while addressing reporters at the Sydney Cricket Ground after the 95-run loss.

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  • From jailbirds to platteland queens

    The former jailbirds spent more than a year touring South Africa's criminal justice system, including a stretch in an East London prison. Now they are touring small-town South Africa with a sexy drag show that has injected some "Ooh!" into the Karoo. Gregg's saucy stage persona, "Falicity Spitfire", bears no resemblance to the convicted fraudster with a receding hairline who received a suspended sentence for fraud in 2013.

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