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  • Nkandla report reactions: “If the public protector couldn’t get Zuma to pay, I guess no one else can”

    On Thursday Police Minister Nathi Nhleko released his Nkandla report. Nhleko’s report, which contradicts the report by the public protector released in March last year, claims that President Jacob Zuma is exempt from paying back any of the money used for “security upgrades” at the his private Nkandla homestead.

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  • Transfer madness heats up | The New Age Online

    The changes at Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs nextseason is the hottest topic in South African football at the moment. While out of favour goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune seems certain to make a move away from the club, influential captain Tefu Mashamaite’s future at the AmaKhosi is also in doubt. Chiefs are expected to announce the departure of coach Stuart Baxter at a press conference on Tuesday, and the contract of Mashamaite will also be discussed. Mandla Masango and Matthew Rusike could also be making an exit as their contracts end on June 30.One player which could be coming into the Chiefs setup is defender from Free State Stars Daniel Cardoso.

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  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Ambushed and Humiliated in Nigeria

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe may perhaps have to find another phrase to describe Nigeria after he was humiliated by a group of journalists who took him to task over his prolonged stay in power and lack of democracy in Zimbabwe. As soon as Mugabe and his entourage had arrived for president Buhari's inauguration, Nigerian journalists swarmed around his vehicle to ask a barrage of provocative questions, in apparent contempt for the 91-year old strongman. Was Mugabe happy to be in Nigeria? What was his feeling over the fact that he was in Abuja to witness a democratic handover of power when there was no such in his own country?

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  • Young sibling tired of Keeping Up - IOL Tonight

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  • Malema now owes Sars R31m - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    PRETORIA NEWS Economic Freedom Fighters supporters protested outside the High Court in Pretoria on Monday as arguments in Julius Malema's tax case were being heard. Pretoria - The South African Revenue Service (Sars) wants EFF leader Julius Malema to be sequestrated, saying that the compromised deal it had with Malema was off the table. Sars alleges that Malama was not honest about the source he used to settle his debt, and that he now owed the taxman around R31 million. Malema initially owed Sars R18 million, but this was reduced in May last year to R7.2 million in a compromising deal.

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  • EFF MP Fana Mokoena arrested

    Famous actor and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP Fana Mokoena has been released after he was jailed this weekend with other twelve EFF members. This comes after Mokoena engaged in a protest to stop the King Dalinyebo Municipality from demolishing people’s homes. No legislation may permit arbitrary evictions’,” the EFF said in a statement. In a statement published on its website, the EFF called on the immediate release of Mokoena and the other 12 detained EFF members.

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  • Tracy Morgan's Emotional First Interview Since His Car Accident

    On Monday, June 1, almost a year after his limo was hit by a Wal-Mart truck on the New Jersey Turnpike — leading to many grave injuries and the death of his friend — Tracy Morgan sat down for his first interview on Today. The comedian and actor, along with his lawyer Benedict Morelli, joined Matt Lauer to discuss the June accident and his recovery. While the extent of Morgan’s injuries were not disclosed, Morgan did confirm he was in a coma for two weeks following the accident, has suffered a brain injury, and has broken many bones. The comedian was seated during the interview, but held a cane in his hand, and said he has no memory of the accident.

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  • SA’s 2010 huge ticket sales shock - Soccer

    The controversy swirling around South Africa’s 2010 World Cup has deepened further with fresh claims that Fifa allegedly identified serious issues with South Africa’s bid two weeks before choosing it as the host nation – but did nothing about it. This was because football’s world governing body was more concerned with putting on a good “TV show” when it named South Africa as the winning bidder, according to a new report, which also says the tournament has left the country with “an oversupply of underutilised stadiums”. The report says South Africans are still shouldering the financial burden of the tournament years down the line. The research, published by a British academic days before nine Fifa officials were charged with decades of corruption, appears to undermine the idea that the organisation has been a positive force in Africa – a factor that played a key part in Sepp Blatter’s re-election as president, on Friday.

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  • All The Looks From The 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards

    Just a bunch of very well-dressed, very famous people.

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  • Anne Kansiime show disappoints fans  

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  • Beyonce, Jay Z slammed by fans over 'all white' team | The New Age Online

    Popular singers Beyonce and Jay Z were recently criticised on social networking sites for having an 'all white' team, when a photo of the couple at their Tidal office in Norway was released.

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  • Nigeria: I Was Afraid Bayelsa People Would Boo Me - Jonathan

    The immediate past President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, Friday, said he had been worried about the kind of reception he would receive in his home state, Bayelsa. "I thank all of you here and my brothers and sisters outside who cannot come in because of the size of the hall," Mr. Jonathan told a capacity crowd at the Gabriel Okara Cultural Centre. Mr. Jonathan said he had wanted to come back to a private visit but the state governor insisted it must be a celebration. The only thing I can do is to thank all Bayelsans, all Ijaw people, all people from the South South, and indeed all Nigerians for giving me the privilege," he said.

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  • Rare Apple found in garage - IOL SciTech

    A recycling centre in the US is trying to track down a woman who dropped off an old Apple computer which turned out to be worth £130,000 (R2,4 million). The highly collectible Apple I was inside boxes of electronics she had cleared out of her garage after her husband died. It is believed to be one of 200 first-generation desktop computers assembled by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne in 1976, the year the trio founded Apple. It was their first product and Jobs sold his VW Campervan to finance production.

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  • Dog mauls alleged house robber in North West

    A suspected house robber was arrested on Sunday after he jumped through a window and was mauled by a dog at Boshoek near Rustenburg, North West police said. Captain Paul Ramaloko said it was alleged that the man broke into the house and held a woman and children at knife point before stealing two cell phones and a laptop. The police were called to the scene found a laptop outside the window and a man with multiple dog bites.

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  • South Africa: Cape Town Ready for 'Two Weeks Without Power'

    The possibility of a complete countrywide power failure of up to two weeks has forced the Cape Town City Council to be prepared at the highest level for such an event, reported Netwerk24 on Friday. Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has asked the public "not to panic". In March, the national disaster management team held an information session with the provincial government and asked that preparations should be made for what was described as the "highly unlikely" possibility of a complete blackout across the country. "Although the possibility is very small, the impact of such an event could be disastrous," said De Lille at an information session for the media, which took place on Thursday.

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  • Trevor Noah has comedy formula | The New Age Online

    Anxiety and excitement filled the air as a packed Teatro audience at Montecasino awaited the evening’s grand act – Trevor Noah, who now rubs nose bridges with Hollywood’s finest. The venue goes ballistic as Noah comes on stage in a blue suit and black pullover. Noah spoke fondly about his grandmother who he still has a very soft spot for and how she reacted to his new gig as host of The Daily Show. Noah is clearly comfortable with his newbie status and embraces it with great humility, yet his preparedness for the big time is conspicuous in how informed he is about the world around him, current affairs, and other cultures.

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  • Women, stop saying sorry for everything | The New Age Online

    Research shows some women apologize way too much — for things they do, for things they don't, the way they dress, their opinions, likes, dislikes — the list in unending (and ridiculous). We urge you to stop apologizing without a reason.

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  • Bruce to model for Vanity Fair - IOL Tonight

    REUTERS Bruce Jenner sits down with ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer for a two-hour interview that aired during a special edition of ABC News 20/20" on April 24, 2015. Bruce Jenner will model for Vanity Fair as a woman. The former athlete is currently transitioning to a female and is set to undertake a photoshoot with world famous photographer Annie Leibovitz this summer to show off his new image. The news - confirmed by gossip website TMZ - comes after it was revealed the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has undergone surgery to make his face more feminine.

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