• sowetanlive.co.za

    Sbahle Mpisane, Basetsana Kumalo & Jennifer Lopez: see what your fave celebs got up to this weekend

    Following her horror crash that happened in August this year, fitness bunnie Sbahle Mpisane certainly looks to be doing well and full of life. This weekend she had a date with her girls and posted on Instagram for the first time since the accident. 

  • ewn.co.za

    'How could my brother & leader do this to me' - Mabe’s accuser speaks

    JOHANNESBURG - African National Congress (ANC) spokesperson Pule Mabe has been described as an abusive boss who punished his personal assistant after she rebuffed his sexual advances. In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, the 26-year-old woman who has accused Mabe of sexual harassment, says she refuses to be silenced. “Someone that I was supposed to refer to as a brother and a leader… I’m hoping that whatever the outcomes are, they’ll be objective and justice will prevail.” The woman has lodged a formal grievance against Mabe, and an internal party hearing is expected on Wednesday. In a 14-page letter seen by EWN to the party’s deputy secretary general Jessie Duarte, the woman details

  • Independent Online

    Zodwa Wabantu says her 'Ben 10' is handling fame like a man

    Local entertainer Zodwa Wabantu has been opening up more and more about at her man, Ntobeko Linda, and says he's handling this "fame sh*t like a man". Wabantu finally tagged Linda in a light-hearted post on Instagram with the caption: "Movie night every Wednesday Zodwa Wabantu & @ntobzz Finally I Tag him. He has handled this Fame Shit like a Man. He ain't No Chris Brown". Speaking to TsishaLIVE, Wabantu explains that the reason she was so secretive at the beginning is that was trying to keep prying eyes away from him. However, since she first shared a picture of him, he has handled being in the public eye really well. "I love the fact that he understands my job but more than that he knows that

  • Independent Online

    PICS: Miss Universe Demi Leigh Nel-Peters enjoys island life in Thailand

    As her Miss Universe reign ends this month, Miss Universe Demi Leigh Nel-Peters is having fun exploring Thailand, along with other contestants.  The 23-year-old started off her journey in Bangkok where she stayed at 5-star-hotel Dusit Thani Bangkok.  While at the city, she met with Princess of Thailand, Princess Sirivannavari and a doggie friend for her pet Benji.   “Thank you for all your kindness Princess Sirivannavari. It’s been such an honour getting to know you. PS: I also found Benji’s first Thai friend🐶,”  she posted. Then it was time to explore Krabi Island, Thailand. She posted: “If I had to choose where to be caught in the rain, it would be here😊. #Krabi #IslandLife.”  Here she played

  • ewn.co.za

    About 100 Dis-Chem workers arrested after violent Woodmead protest

    JOHANNESBURG - At least 100 Dis-Chem employees have been arrested for public violence in Woodmead. It's understood they were bused to the store on Monday afternoon for a demonstration, demanding better salaries and working conditions. Police say the store manager laid criminal complaints after the disgruntled employees damaged property at the outlet in Woodmead Park. The police's Granville Meyer says the large group is in custody. “Police members have arrested about 100 Dis-Chem members after they protested at the store. They were arrested for malicious damage to property. They are in detention and will appear in court soon.” Last month, disgruntled Dis-Chem workers demonstrated at a Sea Point

  • BuzzFeed

    People Hired Beyoncé To Perform At Their Wedding And Twitter Has QUESTIONS

    So I just found out that over the weekend, Beyoncé performed at a private pre-wedding party in India.

  • Independent Online

    PICS: Fifteen killed in N2 crash

    One of the survivors of the accident said she did not know how she had escaped death. Londiwe Myeni, of Jozini, was among five people who survived when their minibus taxi burnt out after a collision with another vehicle. Those in the other vehicle, a former Stanger family who had moved to Richards Bay, were also killed. Both vehicles burst into flames on impact. During a hospital visit by KwaZulu-Natal Transport MEC Mxolisi Kaunda, Myeni told journalists it was by God’s grace that she had lived to tell the tale. Myeni, who was being treated at the Ngwelezane Hospital, said: “I really do not know how I survived because our taxi caught fire. We were heading home from a wedding.” When Kaunda came