• Afro Voice

    Police arrest four people with estimated R1.5m cash in Tsakane

    The police in Gauteng have arrested four people on Tuesday following the discovery of R1.5 million cash at a house in Tsakane suspected to have been stolen during a recent cash in transit robbery in Boksburg last week According to police, the arrests come after they received a tip-off about money that was stashed in the house. "When we went there we found a couple aged 58 and 59. The couple was having a certain amount of cash in their position. Upon enquiring about the other money they pointed us to a place where they hid the money underground in a trunk." said EMPD spokesperson Clifford Shongwe. He said that upon investigation, one of the suspects pointed the police to another place where they further made a discovery of hidden cash. The police said that one of the suspects that have arrested can be linked to an employee of SBV. Meanwhile, SBV has distanced itself from images that were shared on social media which claim that a

  • Independent Online

    George Clooney poured shots at royal wedding reception

    George Clooney reportedly "hopped behind the bar and poured shots for everyone" at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding reception last weekend.  The 57-year-old award-winning actor - who was invited to the main televised ceremony with his wife Amal Clooney - was determined that everyone had a good time at the after party, held at Frogmore House in Windsor, on Saturday and so made sure the drinks were flowing when everyone took to the dance floor.  A source told 'Entertainment Tonight': "George hopped behind the bar and was actually bartending for a bit. He poured Casamigos drinks [the tequila brand he co-founded in 2013] before selling it last year] and shots and got everyone dancing!"

  • AllAfrica.com

    Nigeria: Parents of Stabbed 19-Year-Old Insist Killer Marries Her Corpse

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  • Independent Online

    Post Ashwin Willemse incident, Castle will sell beers without labels

    CAPE TOWN - Castle Lager has taken a stand on stereotyping after the current Ashwin Willemse racial incident.  The company announced via Twitter that they will be selling beer without labels.  The move is to showcase their solidarity with “all those who are unfairly and callously labeled on a daily basis”. The beer company also used the hashtag #AshwinWillemse to show that they are drawing parallels to the current racial incident involving Willemse.  Castle said that they want to become part of the conversation and that is why the hasthtag #ashwinwillemse was used. Vaughan Croeser, brand director of Castle Lager said, "We want to help South Africans see beyond labels and stereotypes.” Castle

  • Independent Online

    This land belongs to us, says Malema as he renews land grabs call

    Parliament - Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on Wednesday again issued a call to poor black South Africans to occupy unused land illegally. Speaking in Parliament during the presidency budget debate, Malema said he had initially told supporters to scale down land occupations after the ANC supported a move to expropriate land without compensation to end South Africa's skewed land ownership patterns. The opposition leader said Ramaphosa had since made "wishy-washy" statements on the matter. "Our people must continue to occupy land. This land belongs to us and if the ANC wants to kill our people for rightfully claiming their land, do so. You have done so in Marikana.," Malema said,

  • The Citizen

    WATCH: Malcolm X gives cash away to screaming students

    Videos of Sandton socialite Malcolm X giving away cash to students recently have been doing the rounds on social media. Late last year he was called a “blesser with a difference” when he posted a video of himself giving money to two homeless guys for Christmas, and another in a clothing store when he gave a grandmother and her granddaughter money for school shoes for the girl. Take a look at some that footage below: He’s now apparently going to universities to give students money. Earlier this year he told Daily Sun: “I love to help the needy where I can. It really breaks my heart to see people without homes, food or essentials.” Malcolm X, who now says he’s also known as “Business”, is originally

  • AB de Villiers retires from international cricket

    AB de Villiers retires from international cricket

    JOHANNESBURG - AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from international cricket with immediate effect. The former Proteas captain made the announcement on his official Twitter page. De Villiers wrote: “It’s been a tough decision to make and I’ve thought long and hard about it but I believe it’s time to step down” He added: “A huge thank you to teammates, Cricket South Africa and all the supporters who have been behind me both in SA and around the world.” The 34-year-old says the time is right for him to hang up his boots, bringing to a close a sterling 14-year career. “I have decided to retire from all international cricket with immediate effect. After 114 Test matches, 228 ODI’s and 78