• Makhosi Khoza: I didn't kill my husband

    ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has taken to social media to clarify information that has been circulating about her personal life. Following her husband’s death in late 1998 when she was 28 years old, there had been rumours that Khoza killed him and had since been sleeping with married men. “This is all rubbish,” she recently wrote. “Empty heads have the high capacity of generating lies. Corrupt minds are intolerant of facts and truth. These insults emanate from souls with no content. They are simply there to silence me. “Those who have no content and substance accuse me of all sort of things. They are generating lies. They are not my response. I have no smallanyana skeletons in my closet. I’m unfazed.”

  • Zuma will retire in Dubai‚ not Nkandla‚ says Malema

    Nkandla residents who think they have President Jacob Zuma as a neighbour best think again. The truth is‚ he’s going to Dubai. At least this is the version of the truth presented by EFF leader Julius Malema as he addressed students in Durban on Tuesday. The beret-clad Malema was speaking at the University of KwaZulu-Natal at the start of the EFF’s build-up to their fourth birthday celebrations‚ which will held in the coastal city on Saturday. Malema said he felt pity for those in Nkandla who think they have a neighbour in the form of Zuma. “That man is no longer their neighbour because he’s moving to Dubai and will spend all your money in Dubai. In 2019 you will be left with us and they all will

  • Hawks bust major drug manufacturing operation in Soweto

    An undisclosed amount of mandrax weighing over 330 kilograms has been seized in a residential house in Dobsonville‚ Soweto‚ on Tuesday. The Gauteng Hawks‚ working together with the Cape Town Crime Intelligence unit‚ got a tip off that led to the arrest of three people‚ a 25-year-old man who was at the house when the police raided the home and two females whose ages were not divulged to the media. The man has since been taken to the Dobsonville police station for further questioning while the two ladies have been detained elsewhere. The peach-coloured house‚ situated at 48 Thusi Street‚ Dobsonville‚ which is surrounded by high walls‚ was encircled by police who raided the property earlier on Tuesday.

  • Katsande opens up about his father

    Willard katsande was only nine when he lost his father, but the Kaizer Chiefs midfielder is grateful for everything his deceased father did for him while he was still alive. The Zimbabwean anchorman says his father instilled the love for football in him when he named him after late Zimbabwean soccer legend Willard Khumalo. Katsande, who arrived in South Africa in 2010 to play for Ajax Cape Town before being snatched up by Amakhosi in 2011, has enjoyed his career with the Soweto giants, and believes his late father could have been proud of his achievements.

  • Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Suspects Demons As Sons Go Wild

    First Lady has admitted that she and husband President Robert Mugabe have failed to discipline their two sons Robert (Junior) and Bellamine Chatunga who have become wild. Speaking at her sister's (Junior Gumbochuma) birthday in Shamva over the weekend, Grace said sometimes parents are tempted through their children but, they should be patient with their offspring when they misbehave. Grace also celebrated her birthday last Sunday. Mugabe's sons have stolen media attention through their way-ward behaviour. The duo is suspected to be using drugs and having relationships with several women. Grace claimed that it did not matter whom the children belonged to as it is common that youngsters can be

  • Public Protector: DA has compromised Molefe investigation

    CAPE TOWN - The Democratic Alliance (DA) is in hot water with the Public Protector for revealing that her office will be investigating the circumstances related to a R30 million pension payout to former Eskom chief executive, Brian Molefe. On Monday, the DA circulated a letter from Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office confirming their complaint would be probed by a senior investigator. Mkhwebane’s spokesperson Cleopatra Mosana says at issue is compromising the investigation. On Monday, the DA said it was pleased the Public Protector was following up on its complaint because the payout would be a gross abuse of public funds. The complaint followed similar ones already lodged with the Chapter Nine institution

  • Bonang is tired of people asking her to make up with Somizi

    Like a pair of last year’s shoes‚ Bonang is over talking about Somizi and how they should get back together. The pair fell out in 2015 after Bonang apparently stopped talking to Somizi. Fans were heartbroken over the split and have often called on the pair to “kiss and make up“. Tired of all the questions about their friendship‚ Bonang took to Twitter on Sunday evening to respond to two fans’ discussions on the topic by asking them to leave it alone.   D. on Twitter    @somizi & @bonang_m must just kiss and maks up honestly    .... #idolsSA Speaking to TshisaLIVE recently‚ Bonang said that she and Somizi were no longer friends. “We are professionals. At the end of the day‚ we are in the same