• ‘Royal baby won’t be named Diana’ - IOL Tonight

    AP Kate, Duchess of Cambridge holds her newborn baby princess, as she poses for the media on the steps of The Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, London. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won't call their new baby girl Diana, a friend has claimed. The new princess was born at 8.34am on Saturday morning and a pal of the royal couple has said they are unlikely to use the baby's name to pay tribute to Prince William's late mother.

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  • South Africans Have Never Really Wanted Nigerians

    I had barely spent 10 minutes on South African soil when I knew that Nigerians were unwelcome. Arriving at the O R Tambo International Airport, an immigration officer irritatingly asked me how long I was staying, despite seeing clearly on my passport that I had a visa to stay up to 30 days.

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  • Africa's richest man Dangote plans to buy Arsenal

    My News My Community - Sowetan LIVE.

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  • Graeme Smith's estranged wife opens up

    Morgan Deane, estranged wife of former South African cricket captain Graeme Smith, opened up to Irish newspaper the Irish Mirror about the next step in her life. The article was published this morning on the Irish newspaper’s website, and Deane has since hinted that Smith’s former teammates within Cricket South Africa have resorted to bullying on social media following the publication of the piece. In the article, she’s quoted saying: “Graeme brought me to South Africa then gave me up. According to her, The Biff (Smith’s affectionate nickname in South Africa) has enough cash to make it possible to visit his children in Ireland.

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  • Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter in demand

    Uncertainty remains as to whether Stuart Baxter will still be at Kaizer Chiefs next season. Baxter has won two league titles in three seasons since joining Amakhosi, as well as the 2014 Nedbank Cup and the 2014 MTN8. The South African Football Association are said to be interested in Baxter for the role of technical director, while Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca, who knocked Chiefs out of this year’s Caf Champions League, are also reported to have enquired about his services. It is now obvious that Josta Dladla and Siyabonga Nkosi will not be part of the team next season.

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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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  • Here's What The Stars Wore To The 2015 Met Gala

    The theme was China Through the Looking Glass.

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  • 28 Photos That'll Make You Wish You Were At David Beckham's 40th

    There was a Spice Girls reunion. In Morocco.

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  • How Mourinho brought the title back - Cape Times

    A flat end to their 2013-14 season drove Chelsea into the transfer market last summer, looking for the attacking quality and experience they lacked. Jose Mourinho returned to Chelsea in 2013 promising to play “pass and move football” but it was only at the start of this season, with Costa and Fabregas in the side, that he managed it. It took 20 minutes of their season for it to become clear this was a different Chelsea. Then they won 6-3 at Everton, put four past Swansea City and scored three against Aston Villa.

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  • The night of grace and disgrace at the Met Gala | The New Age Online

    The MET Gala, formally known as the Costume Institute Gala or the Met Ball took place at the Big Apple on Tuesday. This is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute in New York City. Cassie and her man Puff Daddy showed face and class with Cassie wearing a classic white dress and the man draped in a classic black suit. Kris Jenner, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kerry Washington and Solange Knowles, ended up on the worst dressed list for the event.

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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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  • 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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  • SABC needs more whites – Motsoeneng

    Embattled SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has said the national broadcaster needs more whites, specifically at an executive level, as 20 years into democracy continually talking about transformation is unfair to all workers. “We should not forget the rainbow of Nelson Mandela. If you look at the SABC the way it is, I have engaged colleagues saying we also need to employ white people. Motsoeneng was speaking to The Citizen at his offices at SABC headquarters in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, yesterday.

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  • Messi: I haven’t spoken to Guardiola since he left Barca | The New Age Online

     FC Barcelona striker Leo Messi gave his first press conference in almost two years as his side prepare to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinal on Wednesday evening. The game has been given extra interest because it is the first time former Barca coach Pep Guardiola will face his former club after his departure in the summer of 2013. Guardiola’s time in charge saw Barca and Messi play perhaps their best ever football and claim 14 different trophies, but Messi assured the press that their relation had ended the day Guardiola left the club.

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  • Rihanna's Got A New Look

    New 'do, new you.

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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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  • Charlize Theron: Sean Penn is the love of my life

    Charlize Theron has confessed she thinks Sean Penn is the love of her life and hinted she would give up her career for him.

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  • Togo/Nigeria: Emmanuel Adebayo - ... and His Shocking 'Juju' Story

    IT once happened to our own Daniel Amokachi.Voodoo men performed some magic and Amokachi believed them. It was at this time, shortly after the 1998 World cup in France, that the Voodoo men asked Amokachi to place an egg in a white handkerchief and crush it. The Voodoo men told Amokachi that what he had in his hand were the replica of what were in his knee and that detractors conjured them into his body.

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  • Arrest in Thai over deadly jungle camp - World News | IOL News

    Padang Besar / Nakhon si Thammarat, Thailand - Thai police have arrested a man they believe is the key figure behind a brutal human trafficking network that ran a jungle camp where dozens of bodies have been found. Soe Naing, widely known as Anwar, was detained on Wednesday as authorities closed in on a camp near the Thai-Malaysia border where as many as 400 trafficked migrants, mainly Rohingya and Bangladeshis, were imprisoned for ransom, Police Colonel Anuchon Chamat, deputy commander of police in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, told Reuters.

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