Rapper AKA has come out strongly to slam cheating rumours surrounding his relationship with girlfriend, Bonang Matheba, saying they are stronger than they've ever been. A Sunday tabloid reported that the star was spotted with a popular socialite at the recent screening of Floyd Mayweather's fight with Conor McGregor at a restaurant in Sandton. The report claimed that the socialite even posed for pictures outside AKA's car. Speaking to TshisaLIVE, AKA labelled the rumours "bullsh*t" and challenged anyone with proof of the alleged affair to come forward. "It is not true. The claims are ridiculous. Someone just took a picture with my car and now I am cheating? I read the article and I think it
Harare - Grace Mugabe’s oldest son, Russell Goreraza, 33, from her first marriage, imported two Rolls Royce limousines into bankrupt Harare on Sunday. The two vehicles - valued at more then R70 million - were offloaded from the KLM airline at Harare International Airport. Their arrival sparked a huge celebration on Sunday night with French Champagne flowing among Goreraza and his Harare friends, all close to the first family. Goreraza has told pals in Harare his next vehicle, due to arrive in the Zimbabwe capital shortly, is an Aston Martin. Goreraza, born to Grace Mugabe when she was married to her first husband, Stanley Goreraza, has a fast living reputation. Like his two younger brothers,
While Minnie Jones celebrated at her star-studded wedding in the Cape yesterday, images of the fancy do made their way on to social media, despite guests being asked to not share any images of the bride and groom. Minnie and Quinton had sold the rights of their wedding to MultiChoice for a rumoured R6 million. The deal will see their nuptials flighted on Vuzu Amp in a three-part TV special starting on October 13. However, images of Minnie in her gown are being circulated on Twitter and other social networks. Minnie shared a video on her Instagram page of herself on her way to the reception, but in it only her face is clear and her maid of honour’s dress is visible.
A Pretoria man is engaged in a civil court action with North West University after the institution allegedly failed to give him his degree certificate. Johnny Mokgokong, 44, said he registered for a BProc degree in 1996, which he claimed was conferred on him on April 20 2002 at the Mafikeng campus. Mokgokong could not get his certificate at the time as he still owed the university some fees. It was only when he went back to settle his debt in 2005 that he was told about outstanding subjects that he needed to complete. "I only had one module that I needed to write the special supplementary examination and I passed it with 70%. "I don't understand because my name was on the list of graduates that
In Redi Tlhabi’s book titled Khwezi released recently, the award-winning journalist and former 702 radio host has detailed how a source revealed how Zuma was allegedly accompanied by a sangoma from KwaZulu-Natal during his rape trial. The sangoma, who is unidentified, is said to have sat in on the rape trial, particularly when Zuma was cross-examined by Carina De Beer over three days. City Press reports that De Beer found highly venomous boomslang snakes on her doorstep one evening after the trial. She was told by her domestic worker that this was a result of witchcraft. De Beer’s colleague, Herman Broodryk, said he witnessed how she became weak, inexplicably ill and that there was an evil, malevolent
The girl who posted the original photo to Instagram has since erased her social media accounts. Domingo Soto, a lawyer representing one of the girls captured in the Instagram photo, told Local 15 TV that the point of the sign was not to insult classmates, and that his client was trying to make a joke about the Spanish Fort's football team. "This is a kind of sophomoric joke that's kind of just gotten out of control," Soto told the station. According to Soto, the student also wrote an apology, stating "it wasn't my intention and was not meant for it to be taken that way. I apologize for the publicity and misunderstandings that it has brought to our school." A longer statement from the girl was
A war over the late gospel star Lundi Tyamara's estate has broken out between his two baby mamas and his former boss Tshepo Nzimande. The baby mamas are demanding that Nzimande pay royalties of the late artist into their personal accounts so they can support his children. But Nzimande refused to budge and said he would pay the loot to Lundi's elder sister Babalwa as the musician was openly gay and could not possibly have sired children with them. And as the war progressed to another level, one of his baby mamas claimed the award-winning gospel artist was not gay but a bisexual who slept with both men and women.