• 'Whites should be killed' - UCT reveals charges against Chumani Maxwele

    According to the university on Mayday, Maxwele went into the Mathematics building after being informed that "as it was a public holiday, all lecture theatres and classrooms were locked. As such UCT held him to be "a potential risk to staff and students".

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  • Mom told 3-year-old fell out of window at creche, in fact teacher kicked him, watch shocking abusive footage

    A mother has discovered CCTV footage of son being kicked by a daycare facility teacher who then proceeded to lock him in an office alone.

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  • Cassper Nyovest caught in fat lie

    Reigning African king of hip-hop Refiloe "Cassper Nyovest" Phoolo has been accused of composing two embarrassing fat lies. The multi-award winning muso was given a standing ovation by his legion of fans when he announced on Twitter on October 14 last year that he bought his mother Mazuki Rebecca Phoolo a house. Making the announcement on the social media network, Cassper wrote: "Drove home to surprise her with my new baby. The Doc Shebeleza hitmaker, who once claimed to be raking in R1-million a month in royalties, also announced that he had acquired a luxury Mercedez-Benz mini bus as one of his toys and flaunted it on Twitter earlier this month.

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  • Bobbi Kristina wants children - IOL Tonight

    Bobbi Kristina was planning to have children before she fell ill. The 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston was preparing for her wedding to partner Nick Gordon when he found her collapsed in a bath at the couple's home. Now the star's cousin, Jerod Brown, has revealed that her “mission in life” was to have a baby of her own. Meanwhie, the tragic circumstances surrounding Bobbi's illness - as she lies in a hospice and has been taken off medication - are still unclear.

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  • South Africa: Idols SA Judges Swoon Over Some Singers' Auditions in KZN

    Idols SA’s esteemed judging team of Randall Abrahams, Unathi Msengana, Gareth Cliff and new addition Somizi Mhlongo travelled to the beautifully restored Durban Playhouse this week to see if the Zulu Kingdom could once again produce a singing sensation. KZN once again lived up to all expectations, but if the judges' reactions to the Golden Ticket winners is anything to go by, we might just see some of these faces in this year's Top 10.

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  • EFF made SA politics interesting - Malema

    Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said on Monday his party has changed parliament into an exciting House. Malema was speaking during an interview on the Forum@8 of SAfm’s AM Live programme. “Many people are interested in politics today because of the EFF,” said Malema. “The EFF turns tables around in parliament and makes some people uncomfortable.

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  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Shares Bed With Teenage Son, Wife Reveals

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe often turns to his teenage last born son, Bellarmine Chatunga, for a bedroom companion - when his wife is away from home. Chatunga, by his own parents' admission, is something of a slouch at school, and his father often invites him to bed - to talk. This was revealed by First Lady, Grace Mugabe, as she tried to show that her 91-year-old husband finds time for his children despite his busy schedule always travelling abroad. Chatunga, who was born in 1997, failed his Grade 7 exams.

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  • Khune set to rejoin Chiefs this week

    Former Kaizer Chiefs captain and goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune looks set to rejoin the club. This is after Khune, together with midfielder Mandla Masango, met with Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung on Friday at the club’s Naturena Village training ground in an attempt to reach a deal that would see the club retain the two players. Khune, Masango and defender Tefu Mashamaite’s contract renewal negotiations with the club collapsed just before the end of last season, due to their alleged steep financial demands and all three are without contracts with the new season set to get underway. While Chiefs are said to have reconsidered their position, the club will meet Masango and Khune tomorrow to conclude talks and lay down the law.

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  • Donald Trumps calls South Africa 'a very dangerous mess'

    Donald Trump as taken to Twitter to voice his opinion on what is currently making headlines in South African news.

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  • Neurosurgeon killed in Cape crash - Western Cape | IOL News

    Well known Cape Town neurosurgeon Dr Gerrit Coetzee was among those who died in crashes on the roads at the weekend. Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa confirmed that Coetzee died on Saturday when he collided with a taxi on the N2 near Somerset West. Coetzee was the first doctor in South Africa to perform an artificial-disc operation in 2001.

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  • New EFF MP fixed to ‘moer’ Zuma - Politics | IOL News

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA New EFF MP Phillip Mhlongo said he would not be apologetic when he held Zuma accountable. Durban - New EFF MP Phillip Mhlongo said on Sunday that he would join his party colleagues in Parliament to hold President Jacob Zuma and his executive to account. “I’m part of the collective of the EFF which took a firm position to tell nothing but the truth. The outspoken Mhlongo on Friday took up the position previously occupied by Lucky Twala, who resigned as an MP.

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  • 'DJ Donald Duck' pleads not guilty to murder of girlfriend

    Jozi FM DJ Donald “DJ Donald Duck” Sebolai has pleaded not guilty to killing his girlfriend. The state alleges that Sebolai‚ 37‚ phoned his sister Kelebogile Lettie Selekane and acquaintance Nonhlanhla Mkhize and told them that he had killed Tshabalala.  The DJ also faces charges of theft and defeating the ends of justice for allegedly stealing Tshabalala’s car and disposing of some of her bloodied clothes.

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  • Hazard is better than Ronaldo - Jose - Premier League

    REUTERS Jose Mourinho says he rates Eden Hazard as one of the world s top three players and better than Cristiano Ronaldo. Jose Mourinho has given Eden Hazard an extraordinary vote of confidence with the new season about to get under way by saying he rates him as one of the world’s top three players — and better than Cristiano Ronaldo. Hazard, voted Player of the Year last season by both the Football Writers’ Association and the Professional Footballers’ Association, is now up there with the likes of Lionel Messi, according to Mourinho.

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  • White business to feel the whip

    The Department of Labour Court issued the threat after receiving the Commission for Employment Equity's latest report into transformation in the workplace. The "alarmed" acting chairman of the commission, Tabea Magodielo, said it found that white people continued to dominate top management structures, particularly in the economic hub of Gauteng. The commission has now called for tougher action, including the docking of annual turnover, depending on a company's size. Businesses fear the possible arrest of directors as part of the Department of Labour's drive to punish insufficient transformation.

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  • Reactions to Drake's diss track to Meek Mill - Connect

    Drake finally responds with track Charged Up, during the OVO Sound Radio

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  • UK database helps connect dots of slavery in the Cape

    A BRITISH project has cast new light on one of the most neglected areas of South African history – slavery. Researchers at University College London (UCL) spent six years compiling a database that allows anyone to check whether their ancestors were slaveowners. The Legacies of British Slave-ownership database sparked a media tizz in the UK recently, with newspapers reporting that the likes of writers Graham Greene and George Orwell, and Prime Minister David Cameron, have ancestors who benefited from slavery. The UCL researchers have digitised the records of the Slave Compensation Commission.

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  • Where was Nzimande in the Struggle? - Sunday Independent

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA There is no trace of Blade Nzimande s involvement in the Struggle, despite his being 18 when the youth rose in Soweto and other parts of South Africa against apartheid, says the writer. There is no trace of Blade Nzimande’s involvement in the Struggle, says Floyd Shivambu. Johannesburg - When Blade Nzimande was reported as having said the EFF should be killed, we dismissed him as an opportunistic intellectual dwarf with no sensible ideological and political programme to confront our party. As will be seen from his political life, Nzimande is an opportunist who was a staff rider of the liberation movement, using empty and often-confusing rhetoric.

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  • Jimmy Tau hands over R200,000 lobolo for wealthy girlfriend

    A celebration in honour of Tau and his girlfriend, Sizakele Manonga apparently took place in the lavish suburb of Pretoria East two weeks ago. The family bash was to celebrate Tau finishing off lobola for Manonga whom he got engaged to a few months ago. According to Sunday Sun, Tau paid the hefty amount to the Manonga family who are known for their immense wealth - they own a mansion with fourteen bedrooms on a private estate and are in possession of more than 30 German cars.

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