• Hide your knees, girl - dressing for your age

    With new fashion trends popping up every season, it can be hard to know what is appropriate for what age, and where to draw the line. "At that age you surely have had a baby and certain things are starting to creep up - and down - so for your own good, please cover up," she says.

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  • Kenny Kunene's book of dirt on Sophie Ndaba

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  • I regret dating 'creatures' like Sophie Ndaba and Zama Ngcobo: Kenny Kunene

    Kenny Kunene has revealed how he regrets dating celebs like Sophie “Queen” Ndaba and radio personality Zama Ngcobo, claiming that “they became different creatures.”

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  • New SA visa regulations have airlines in a frenzy

    International airline Virgin Atlantic says it expects to have to turn some foreign passengers away at airports when new regulations come in on Monday, and that airlines are going to suffer financially as a result. From next week, people travelling in and out of South Africa will be required to have unabridged birth certificates for the children travelling with them, and to have affidavits from parents if they're not with the children. The travel industry has strongly criticised the plans, but Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has promised they will be implemented this time around. Virgin Atlantic country manager Liezl Gericke says they're still battling to explain these rules to international markets.

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  • Futigive mafia boss held in Brazil - World News | IOL News

    EPA A handout photo shows an alleged Italian mafia kingpin arrested by authorities in Recife, Pernanbuco. Brasilia - A former kingpin of an Italian crime ring was arrested by Brazil’s Federal Police on Tuesday after 31 years on the run, local media reported. Pasquale Scotti, a former leader of the Naples-based mafia-style crime ring called the Camorra, was caught in Brazil’s northeastern city of Recife, according to local daily O Globo.

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  • Hi, Minister, this is your boss speaking - Politics | IOL News

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA EFF leader Julius Malema and DA leader Mmusi Maimane are among the politicians whose cellphone numbers have been made public. The list includes the contact details of ANC heavyweights Gwede Mantashe and Zweli Mkhize, DA Leader Mmusi Maimane, EFF president Julius Malema, NFP president Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi and IFP stalwarts Narend Singh and Blessed Gwala.

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  • Mugabe sued over Hong Kong haven

    The house already proved controversial after President Robert Mugabe's wife and his daughter, Bona, were found to be living there while studying in Hong Kong. Asked how they could afford the expensive property, the Mugabes claimed it belonged to the Zimbabwean government and their daughter had been "borrowing it". Mugabe has subsequently claimed the original purchase of the flat was part of a "secret government project". Expensive lawyers from Hong Kong and South Africa have been hired for the dispute, which is due to go to mediation this week.

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  • Rodgers not alone to blame for signings - Premier League

    Reuters Martin Samuel asks - is Brendan Rodgers working with what he wants or what he is given? There are 24 signings credited to Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool and it is hard to get a decent starting XI from the lot of them. Some, like Daniel Sturridge, have been dogged by bad luck. Others, like Emre Can, may train on.

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  • Support grows for SA whites to return to Europe idea - Daily News | News

    The man behind a controversial but popular petition calling on the European Commission to allow South African whites to “return” to the continent, considers himself a Good Samaritan helping to save them from “total ethnic cleansing”.

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  • Bonang cost R1.2m last night - SundayWorld

    This is because Queen B, as the popular Metro FM mid-morning presenter and Top Billing face is widely known, was draped in ultra-luxurious Cartier jewellery and fashion accessories that any skhothane would die for.

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  • MSF commemorates Africa Day by launching video campaign

    MSF says the campaign forms part of its solidarity to highlight reasons why people fled their homes.

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  • Zuma, ANC morally, ethically and cognitively sick - five burns from Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's speech

    3. On Zuma’s comments that the people of South Africa voted for sick people who need a cure and that the violence in parliament is the legacy of apartheid. “If you’re looking for a cure, release the Marikana report.

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  • Chris Brown's child support fall out

    The Loyal hitmaker - who it was revealed earlier this year had fathered a child with Amey - had been paying her $2,500 a month in child support but stopped the payments in March. Brown chose to suspend the payments after Amey asked for $15,000 in child support, gossip website TMZ reports. The insider claims Amey will be filing legal documents requesting the 28-year-old star increases the child support as well as the back payments for the missed months. The insider claimed Brown was so committed to the idea that he was considering having Amey move in with him.

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  • What Happens When a Harvard Engineer Gets Robbed?

    He designs a smarter home security system—without contracts, installation fees or sneaky salesmen. Discover a smarter way to protect your home today.

  • Minnie and Nonhle slam newspaper

    TV presenter and actress Minnie Dlamini could not contain her “disgust” over the reports published by Sunday Sun on 24 May. The TV personality took to Twitter to speak her mind about what she thinks of the paper. Sunday Sun is a prime example of #junkyardjournalism in SA: unethical, unprofessional and irresponsible.

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  • The Big Read: Nuke heist blows us away

    The alarms have all been tripped. All of them. This isn't the familiar, daily smash-and-grab. This is huge. A heist to end all heists.

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  • A sleeping giant is on the rise

    "[Africa's] prospects for 2015 are good," said African Development Bank chief economist Steve Kayuzzi-Mugerwa at the presentation of the African Economic Outlook report at the start of the bank's annual meeting in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The bank was set up in 1964 to promote sustainable economic growth in Africa. Returning African economic growth in the next two years to the average of 5% to 7% achieved before the global financial crisis will depend on a continued recovery in the major economies that buy Africa's exports, the report said.

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  • ‘Chris Panayiotou tampered with phone records’

    There have been more dramatic twists and turns in murder accused Christopher Panayiotou’s bail hearing. Eyewitness News understands the Port Elizabeth businessman wiped both his and his girlfriend’s cellphones shortly after his wife was killed. Panayiotou is accused of conspiring with two men to kidnap and kill his 29-year-old wife Jayde last month. The state is said to have sought help from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), but no data could be retrieved from the phones.

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  • School bus overturns near Stellenbosch - Western Cape | IOL News

    CAPE ARGUS A school bus carrying around 50 children overturned on the R44 near Stellenbosch leaving two children critically injured and a third in a serious condition. Cape Town - A school bus carrying around 50 children overturned on the R44 near Stellenbosch on Tuesday morning leaving two children critically injured and a third in a serious condition.

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  • Zuma’s ‘sunshine journalism’ won’t eradicate crime’: Cope

    The armed robbery of Pan African Parliament delegates outside a Midrand hotel is yet another embarrassment for President Jacob Zuma‚ the Congress of the People (Cope) said on Tuesday. Police on Monday confirmed that delegates from the Cape Verde islands‚ Ethiopia‚ Ghana‚ Benin and Mozambique were relieved of personal belongings outside the entrance to a Protea Hotel on Friday night. “The president bristles with resentment when the media reflects the extent of criminality that exists in South Africa‚” said Cope’s Dennis Bloem. Bloem said that Zuma prescribes “sunshine journalism in the futile belief that good news will somehow eradicate crime‚ xenophobia‚ corruption and failed service delivery”.

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  • Fear and tension on Panayiotou’s turf - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    By day Christopher Panayiotou was your friendly family grocer. In fact, Panayiotou was so good at his job that the OK Grocer supermarket in Algoa Park - in which he has a 10 percent share - was nominated as franchisee of the year three years in a row. Panayiotou allegedly paid R70 000 to Thando Siyoli, a bouncer at Infinity Club - a cocktail lounge Panayiotou owns in the same complex - to arrange the hit on Jayde. Siyoli was the first suspect arrested by police for Jayde’s murder and is said to have “co-operated fully” with them, pointing out Panayiotou as the mastermind and Vumazonke as the man who pulled the trigger.

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