• Teens Are Sharing The Most Disturbing Images On Twitter

    Warning: The images you see may contain extremely slovenly behavior.

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  • Has Khune signed a pre-contract with Sundowns?

    Speculation is rife that Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune will leave Amakhosi at the end of the season to join rivals Mamelodi Sundowns. Phakaaathi has learnt that the Bafana Bafana shot-stopper has already signed a pre-contract with the Absa Premiership champions. Now it seems that Sundowns have won the race for his signature, with the news that he has signed a pre-contract with them.

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  • Vavi joins EFF as interim head | Daily Maverick

    During a shock press conference called overnight by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), President and Commander in Chief Julius Sello Malema said that he would step down from his leadership roles with immediate effect in order to fight a slew corruption charges regarding the non-payment of taxes. In his stead, recently fired former Cosatu Secretary General Zwelinzima Vavi will take over both roles on an interim basis. Vavi has a reputation for calling lengthy press conferences in which he says nothing, but on this occasion the information spilled out at a near supersonic rate. “We are a Marxist-Leninist Fanonian party,” Malema stated.

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  • Raven is from 'every continent in Africa'

    Actress Raven Symone seems to be suffering from a bad case of 'foot-in-mouth' disease. Symone received a lot of criticism last year after she told media mogul Oprah Winfrey that she didn't want to be 'labelled' as 'African-American'. Last week she proved how little geographical knowledge she has by referring to African countries as continents. “I never said I wasn’t black, I said I wasn’t African American – to me that’s a difference,” she stated.

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  • Metro FM takes tough stance on DJ Sbu, dismisses him from station

    The public broadcaster did not take Sbu Leope's marketing stunt lightly- they have dismissed him from the station.

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  • Masculinity’s naked truth - City Press

    There’s a new song by Wanda Baloyi called Indoda in which she melodically croons “indoda ayikhali”: no matter how hard it gets, a man doesn’t cry. A Google search of these words reveals another song titled Indoda ayikhali by Afro-pop star Nhlanhla Nciza. Examining the sociological context within which South African boys grow up – whether it is through traditional initiation rituals, on sports fields or daily subliminal messaging on television, suggestive of how a “real man” behaves – there exists a culture that denies boys their human ability and need to cry, to express so-called soft and feminine emotions like fear and insecurity. The performance that the patriarchal brand of masculinity requires from boys and men becomes clear.

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  • Paula Patton's divorce from Robin Thicke made her feel like a 'real woman'

    The 39-year-old actress first started dating the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker, whom she officially divorced last month, when she was just 14 years old and she believes she's been forced to grow up since ending their nine-year marriage in 2014.

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  • Kanye West And Kris Jenner Taking A Nap, Together

    Two angelic souls, sleeping their way to Paris.

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  • Buhari claims victory in historic Nigerian vote

    The opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) declared victory for its candidate, former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, in Nigeria’s presidential election on Tuesday and said the country was “witnessing history”. “This is the first time in Nigeria that a sitting government will be voted out of power using purely democratic means,” APC spokesman Lai Mohammed told Reuters at the house in the capital where Buhari was watching the results come in.

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  • Nigeria: Eagles Job - Fresh Hurdles for Keshi

    Sports Vanguard exclusively gathered that despite the willingness of the Nigeria Football Federation to offer Keshi a fresh contract, the board is bitter over a recent interview the coach granted Hot FM, an Abuja-based radio station in which Keshi was alleged to have called the NFF President, Amaju Pinnick a liar. The board members are therefore, insisting that the coach must tender a public apology to the President of the NFF, Amaju Pinnick and the executive board for calling them liars.

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  • Amber Rose, Wiz Khalifa reunite | The New Age Online

    Actress Amber Rose and rapper Wiz Khalifa have agreed to put aside their differences for their two-year-old son Sebastian. Rose and Khalifa were at each other's throats, each calling the other a horrible parent and unfit to care for their two-year-old toddler. Khalifa asked Rose to listen to the song, and after she heard it, she tearfully called him back and they agreed to work as parents to care for their son Sebastian.

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  • Zayn cheated with two of us, says fling - IOL Tonight

    AP/PA, Mark Runnacles In this May 24, 2014 file photo Zayn Malik of boy band One Direction sings during a performance in Glasgow, Scotland. Zayn Malik has been accused of cheating on his fiancée Perrie Edwards with a 24-year-old Swede while on tour in Thailand. According to Martina Olsson, the 22-year-old singer - who quit One Direction last week - charmed her after a night out in Phuket on March 16 and took her back to his villa, where they showered together and he carried her to his king-size bed. What's more, Martina alleges the pair enjoyed a second tryst 48 hours later - which was also the night Zayn was pictured with Brit Lauren Richardson.

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  • Naledi Pandor appointed acting president

    My News My Community - Sowetan LIVE.

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  • Vavi: Don't mourn - organise!

    Ousted Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Secretary General Zwelinzima Vavi has told his supporters not to mourn, but to organise. Last night the trade union federation’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) voted overwhelmingly to dismiss him from his post after Vavi said on Sunday he would not attend the meeting in an act of deliberate defiance. Vavi simply tweeted, ‘Don’t mourn, organise’ last night before tweeting a Martin Luther King quote. Vavi has been a part of Cosatu for almost all of its existence.

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  • Zimbabwe: Chaka Chaka in U-Turn Over Mugabe Omission

    SOUTH African diva, Yvonne Chaka Chaka has made a volte-farce over the omission of President Robert Mugabe from her 2010 song paying tribute to regional leaders who fronted the fight against colonialism. Chaka Chaka was responding to media reports alleging that she had snubbed Mugabe because "he has overstayed in power" in the title track of her 10 track album Amazing Man. "Growing up all I ever wanted was to be a Zimbabwean, they had their freedom, and President Mugabe is a leader I respect. "I respect President Mugabe because of what he has done for his people.

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  • Tale of two women with a different take on Angola’s vast oil wealth

    THIS is the tale of two women, each an emblem in her own way of one of the world’s most corrupt and dysfunctional nations. One of the women is Isabel dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman. The daughter of Angola’s President José Eduardo dos Santos, she is worth $3bn and is Africa’s only female billionaire as well as its youngest billionaire, according to Forbes. Dos Santos declined to comment, but she is widely seen as a symbol of Angola’s status as one of the most corrupt countries in the world — "graft on a scale never before seen in Africa", says Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais.

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  • LETTER FROM LONDON: Pulling down statues doesn’t help build the future

    I doubt whether a statue of Cecil John Rhodes at a university represents a clear and present danger to the future of the republic, writes Marvin Meintjies

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  • South Africa: Comedian Trevor Noah Lands Top U.S. Television Job

    South African comedian Trevor Noah has reportedly been given a big promotion - following in American television host Jon Stewarts's footsteps, according to the New York Times. Comedy Central is set to announce that Noah has been chosen as the new host of The Daily Show. Noah has been quoted as saying: "You don't believe it for the first few hours... need a stiff drink, and then unfortunately you're in a place where you can't really get alcohol." He was speaking from Dubai. On his Twitter account, he shared his excitement: "No-one can replace Jon Stewart.

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  • Philander’s selection ‘was forced on Proteas for World Cup semi’

    CRICKET SA’s board hung Vernon Philander out to dry by demanding his selection for the World Cup semifinal in a move that made captain AB de Villiers reluctant to play in the match, sources close to the South African team say.

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  • 21,000 pupils including 717 primary school girls, pregnant in 2013/14

    Around 21,000 schoolgirls, including 717 still in primary school, were pregnant in the 2013/14 financial year, according to a report.

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