• More arrests on cards in Jayde killing - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    CAPE ARGUS Jayde Panayiotou and her husband, Christopher, on the day they got married. Cape Town - Police say more arrests are likely in the abduction and murder case of Port Elizabeth teacher Jayde Panayiotou. The story is expected to dominate news headlines on Monday when the second suspect, so far unnamed, appears for the first time in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court. This appearance may throw a light on key questions, including why Panayiotou was killed and who masterminded her murder.

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  • Vuzu's rich kids: The upper class skhotanes - City Press

    Two of these three apply to the new reality show Rich Kids. Entertainment introduced the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills last year, it was intriguing to catch a glimpse of a day in the life of the children of the US’s megarich. Every week the show will introduce a new rich South African kid and show us their luxurious life. The star, Nape Phasha (21), seemed like a nice-enough guy as he showed off his expensive tastes.

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  • Mbalula’s ‘woman-beating’ hero - IOL Sport

    Reuters Kevin McCallum asks: why has sports minister Fikile Mbalula aligned himself with a man who has hit a woman? Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao on a unanimous decision. None of the booing at the MGM Grand came from Fikile Mbalula, the minister of sports and recreation, who bragged on Twitter that he was at the fight and the rest of us weren’t. Mbalula is quite taken with Mayweather, and brought his hero to South Africa last year to “reawaken the giant” that was boxing in this country.

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  • William and Kate welcome Britain’s new princess

    LONDON —Prince William and his wife Kate were to spend their first day back home with their new baby daughter on Sunday as Britain celebrates the birth of a new princess. The couple, their one-year-old son Prince George and the new arrival were to spend time relaxing together at their Kensington Palace apartment, the day after Kate gave birth to a baby girl born fourth in line to the throne. The beaming Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left hospital on Saturday carrying their newborn princess in front of hundreds of cheering well-wishers and the massed ranks of photographers from the world’s media. The sleeping baby was wrapped in a woollen shawl as a relaxed-looking Kate, 33, cradled her in her arms in front of the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in central London.

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  • Nigeria: Boko Haram - 214 Rescued Girls Pregnant - UNFPA

    FOLLOWING the latest rescue of additional 234 women and children by the Nigerian Army from the Sambisa Forest in Borno State, indicated, yesterday, that a sizeable number of the rescued girls were visibly pregnant, even as unofficial reports put the latest number of pregnant girls in one of the camps in Borno as at last Saturday at 214. Giving this indication in Lagos, Executive Director, UNFPA, Prof. Babatunde Osotimehin, also disclosed that in the last one year, the organization had taken deliveries of over 16,000 pregnancies in the troubled North East part of the country.

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  • Rihanna's Got A New Look

    New 'do, new you.

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  • Xeno: Students fight back

    Kojo Nketiah, a Ghanaian student at Wits University, Johannesburg, was shocked to hear some of his fellows saying this. Most at Wits, he said, believe there is no excuse for xenophobia. "When people say 'xenophobia' they think only of pure violence but it's also psychological and emotional," Nketiah said. Since xenophobic violence erupted in Johannesburg, Nketiah has used a lift club instead of taking public transport to the campus from Centurion, near Pretoria.

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  • Nigeria: Xenophobia - Blame the Victim!

    Maybe President Zuma and his xenophobic countrymen are right, after all. Long before it became a continental problem, Nigeria's incoming president, General Muhammadu Buhari, foresaw the possibility of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians who 'check out' to seek better life. It soon became clear that, at that point in time, Nigerians were not prepared for change as there were reports of open-air inter-denominational prayer sessions where Nigerians reportedly supplicated God's intercession to rid them of the corrective regime. Three decades on, the fear of xenophobic attacks that bothered General Buhari has assumed a frightening dimension.

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  • Devil worshipping hairstyles are now forbidden: Iran's Barbers Union

    Hairstyles of a spiky and unorthodox nature have reportedly been banned in Iran because they imply devil-worship, while tattoos and other male bodily adornments also being outlawed.

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  • #MayPac Fashion - Connect

    Here is a look at the fashion fight that was on the red carpet (At the Mayweather vs Pacquiao fight).

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  • Bonang, Jeannie D and Bonnie replace 3Talk

    Afternoon Express is a 45 minute lifestyle show hosted by the reigning queens of South African television, Jeannie D and Bonang Matheba, along with Bonnie Mbuli. The show is said to be inspirational and definitely on trend and will boast live music performances, competitions and real-time audience interaction via social media. This is a winning formula that keeps growing and growing,” stated an excited Jeannie who is looking forward to taking on daily live broadcasts. As for Bonang, she’s equally thrilled about the prospects of this new venture saying: “I am really excited to be stepping into a new terrain with SABC3 and the opportunity to co-host with Jeannie D and Bonnie.

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  • Sithole murder case postponed - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    THE STAR Kevin Sutherland, left, and James Oatway, assisted by a security guard and two nurses from a clinic, help Emmanuel Sithole to a car after he was stabbed in Alexandra. Johannesburg - The trial of four men accused of killing Mozambican hawker Emmanuel Sithole was postponed in the Alexandra Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Mthinto Bhengu, Sizwe Mngomezulu, Ayanda Sibiya and Sifundi Mzimela allegedly stabbed Sithole, also known as Emmanuel Josias, to death on a street of the northern Johannesburg township, last month.

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  • Tyga to cough up R12 million to save relationship with Kylie Jenner

    Tyga will reportedly pay R12 million to stop Blac Chyna from ruining his relationship with Kylie Jenner.

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  • Chelsea set for summer spending spree - Premier League

    EPA Oscar could be on his way out at Chelsea this summer. Jose Mourinho will propose Roman Abramovich bankrolls another summer transfer spree to turn Chelsea into Europe’s top dogs once more. The Blues manager will recommend the newly-crowned Barclays Premier League champions strengthen significantly ahead of the next campaign when he files his end-of-season report this month. Despite their title success, Mourinho knows he must improve on the club’s Champions League showing this season after they were knocked out by Paris Saint-Germain in the second round.

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  • The Emotional Evolution Of The Hulk In "Avengers: Age Of Ultron"

    Warning: The following story contains MAJOR SPOILERS about Avengers: Age of Ultron. One of the best surprises of 2012’s The Avengers was the re-reintroduction of the Hulk, and of Mark Ruffalo as his alter ego Dr. Bruce Banner.

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  • An Open Letter To Anyone Who Loved "Revenge"

    You put a thorn in our hearts, ABC.

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  • Wreck does a disappearing act - Western Cape | IOL News

    A maritime mystery is unfolding along the Cape coast. The South African Airforce has been asked by the SA Maritime Authority (Sama) to assist in locating the wreck, first noticed by a local fishing crew on Thursday, nine nautical miles off Cape Point. NSRI spokesman Craig Lambinon said its volunteers attached a life jacket fitted with strobe lights to the wreck, to serve as a warning to approaching vessels.

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  • Robert Marawa’s baby mama airs dirty laundry in open letter - SundayWorld

    Sun May 03 17:08:34 SAST 2015 In a lengthy open letter Zoe, who is reportedly expecting a second child with Lebo M, expresses how Robert has been neglecting his duties as a father to their son.Read

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  • 17 Server Horror Stories That'll Make You Want To Quit Your Job

    More proof that servers are the unsung heroes in the food industry.

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  • South Africa: Bitter Boy Who Shames His Father and His People

    President Zuma's son Edward is xenophobic and racist. Like the disgarceful Zulu King Zwelithini he supports, whose reckless utterances sparked the attacks on foreginers, Edward continues Cecil Rhodes' odious legacy of dividing Africans. It is quite overwhelming to see the grown son of the most powerful man in South Africa act like a child that grew up in a home without discipline or education. Today, we can say that Edward Zuma is xenophobic, even though he himself was born in Swaziland.

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