• Money never sleeps - City Press

    Money makes money without breaking a sweat. Moyagabo Maake does the maths on two tycoons’ fortunes to see how they grow.

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  • JZ ally gets Royal Hotel for R78m

    The hotel, which first opened its doors in 1845, went under the hammer after its owner, Swazi businessman Moses Motsa, decided to get out of the hotel business. The auction, conducted by Reliance, set the starting bid for the Royal Hotel at R120-million. Naidu, an ANC funder who has close ties with President Jacob Zuma, is the head of the Saantha Naidu Group that owns the Coastlands group of hotels in Durban. Among them are the likes of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Alfred, Nelson Mandela, Mark Twain, Cecil Rhodes, Sir Henry Rider Haggard, Marlene Dietrich, Margaret Thatcher, Phil Collins and Stevie Wonder.

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  • South Africa: Smoker Son Loses Out on Inheritance - Report

    The son of a Pretoria businessman was left out of his father's will because he refused to quit smoking, The Star reported on Wednesday. Dawid van Vuuren's smoking sons, Daniel and Marius were disinherited, and everything was bequeathed to his two daughters. According to the publication, Marius contested the handwritten will which was only found after his father's death, in the High Court in Pretoria. Marius said that before their father had died, Daniel had told him that their father had drafted the "will" in which he declared his daughters the only beneficiaries in an attempt to make him stop smoking.

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  • Nigeria: Queen of Bleaching Disses Lupita Over 'Stolen' Dress

    Nigerian and Cameroonian singer and cosmetics seller, Dencia has hit out at Lupita Nyong'o over the theft of her Oscar red carpet "pearl dress". In her usual fashion, Dencia took to her Twitter page and posted, "Moral of the story, cut Ur coat according to Ur size. Lupita's stolen dress was returned after the thieves found out the pearls were fake. The Calvin Klein dress was said to be covered in more than 6,000 pearls and valued at more than $150,000.

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  • CIA claims: state probes Thuli and Juju - Politics | IOL News

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA The government has launched an inquiry into allegations that, amongst others, EFF leader Julius Malema, above, and Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, below, are CIA agents. Pretoria - The government has launched an inquiry into allegations that Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and some political leaders, including EFF leader Julius Malema, former DA Parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko and head of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), Joseph Mathunjwa are agents of America’s CIA.

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  • EFF rebel group submits ‘mountain of evidence’ against Malema

    A group of disgruntled Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) members have submitted what they say is a mountain of evidence showing intimidation and the gross mismanagement of the party's National People's Assembly and is now calling on the High Court to nullify the outcome. The members are led by suspended EFF Member of Parliament (MP) Andile Mngxitama who has accused EFF leaders Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu of abusing party funds and suppressing internal democracy.

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  • Kelly did not assault me, says 'Bhaka'

    Durban herbalist Zamokwakhe “Bhaka” Nzama yesterday claimed he had been misquoted regarding last weekend’s events in a Durban hotel room, in which his new girlfriend, the controversial singer Kelly Khumalo, allegedly assaulted him after the herbalist rebuffed demands to dump his common law wife for the singer. On Sunday, City Press reported Kelly, who has a child with late Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa, poked him in the eye shortly before the Metro FM Music Awards at the Durban’s Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre on Saturday. Bhaka had then said his comment had not gone down well with Kelly, given he had a moment earlier rejected the singer’s demand for him to dump his common law wife, Jabu, for her.

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  • 50 Cent says he's betting R19 million Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao - video

    50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather appear to have put whatever issues they had behind them - at least enough for the Hip Hop star to bet millions of rands on the undefeated boxer’s fight against Manny Pacquiao.

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  • Thug to thug - Gayton McKenzie's letter to Julius Malem

    Thu Mar 05 11:05:23 SAST 2015 Dear fellow thug,Julius Malema, our Commander in Thief, you haven’t held back in expressing your disdain for me. So allow me to respond. Pull up a chair.I have no problem with someone drawing attention to my dark past,

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  • Zambia: 10 Facts About Hunger in Zambia

    Here are ten facts that shed light on the hunger situation in Zambia. 1. 60 percent of people in Zambia live below the poverty line and 42 percent are considered to be extremely poor. 3. The number of HIV/AIDS orphans is estimated at 1.5 million which means that 1 in 5 children in the country is an orphan. 4. The prevalence of stunting in children - low growth for age - is 40 percent.

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  • Ramaphosa in Lesotho

    Deputy President and SADC facilitator Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Lesotho on Wednesday following general elections that were held in the country.

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  • Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran split

    The 25-year-old singer is said to have hooked up with their mutual friend, Nia Amey, 31, while he and Tran were on a break and now has a nine-month-old daughter with the model. Insiders previously revealed Tran was ready to marry Brown, even if he is sent back to jail later this month after his probation was revoked in January. There's not one man she would rather spend the rest of her life with other than Brown.

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  • Bafana legend Moshoeu becomes latest victim of irresponsible Twitter hoax

    Brazen recklessness of death tweets were hugely convincing, writes Mninawa Ntloko

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  • Zuma to face fresh motion of no confidence

    President Jacob Zuma is set to face a fresh motion of no confidence in his leadership, this time from the Democratic Alliance (DA). DA Parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane gave notice of the move soon after AgangSA withdrew its own motion of no confidence soon after kicking off the debate in the National Assembly on Tuesday. AgangSA Member of Parliament Andries Tlouamma, who wanted National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to recuse herself and a secret vote on the matter for Parliamentarians, was roundly criticised for playing games.

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  • Muslim marriage dispute lands in court - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    AP The Women s Legal Centre Trust has taken President Jacob Zuma, Parliament and two government departments to court to have the Muslim Marriages Bill made law within a year. Cape Town - The Women’s Legal Centre Trust (WLCT) has taken President Jacob Zuma, Parliament and two government departments to court to have the Muslim Marriages Bill made law within a year. Muslim marriages will be recognised when the bill becomes law. The process’s genesis was in 2010 when a notice was published in the Government Gazette - followed by invitations for public comment.

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  • Princess of Africa still music royalty - Music | Tonight

    Matthews Baloy Yvonne Chaka Chaka will be celebrating her 50th birthday, her 30th anniversary in the music industry and her 10th year as a Unicef ambassador on March 28 at the Lyric Theatre, in Joburg, in a show called Celebrate. Singing sensation Yvonne Chaka Chaka was born on March 18, 1965 in Dobsonville, Soweto. As she celebrates her 50th birthday, she reflects on being in the music industry for 30 years and her role as a Unicef ambassador for the past decade. To mark these milestones, Chaka Chaka will be performing at Gold Reef City’s The Lyric Theatre on March 28.

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  • Masango wins it for Kaizer Chiefs

    Mandla Masango’s first half strike was enough to give Kaizer Chiefs their first Absa Premiership win of the year against Ajax Cape Town at FNB Stadium on Wednesday evening. Amakhosi are now again ten points clear of Bidvest Wits at the top of the table. Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter gave Itumeleng Khune his first league start since September in goal. The Amakhosi coach, meanwhile, had Siphiwe Tshabalala and Bernard Parker on the bench ahead of Saturday’s Soweto derby, with Matthew Rusike getting an opportunity in attack and George Lebese also starting.

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  • Parliamentary dress code tips - PHOTO

    Wed Mar 04 16:56:00 SAST 2015 The fifth Parliament has not yet been constituted but there is already quibbling over how Ministers in Parliament (MPs) should dress.ANC has been arguing that MPs should be given a dress code - to stop standards slipping

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  • Karrueche Tran dumps Chris Brown on Twitte

    The Kiss Kiss hitmaker has yet to address rumours he is the dad of a nine-month-old daughter, who was born to a 31-year-old model friend named Nia, but Tran appears to have confirmed the news by tweeting goodbye to the singer on Wednesday (04Mar15). Nia and Brown have reportedly been friends for years and sources insist the pair is on good terms following the child's birth. The baby's mother is also no stranger to Tran - editors at Tmz.com have since obtained a photo of Tran posing with her arm around Nia at a party in Las Vegas in May, 2013, months before the model fell pregnant. Brown and Tran have been romantically involved since 2011 and have previously overcome a brief love triangle with the singer's ex Rihanna.

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  • Deputy minister in car accident - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    South Africa's Premier Online News Source. Discover the world of IOL, News South Africa, Sport, Business, Financial, World News, Entertainment, Technology, Motoring, Travel, Property, Classifieds & more.

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