• Kris Jenner Just Broke Her Silence On Kylie's Pregnancy

    "You never know what is going to break at any moment." If you didn't already know that Kylie Jenner is pregnant, well, let me be the first to tell you: Kylie Jenner is pregnant! While Kylie hasn't released an official statement on the matter, multiple outlets are reporting the news. TMZ was the first to break the story, and cited multiple sources. And Kylie's Instagram has featured some older pics as of late. Like this one, posted two days ago, is actually from last year:

  • Mogoeng Mogoeng not another Zuma buddy

    I suppose you can call Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng the most misjudged judge in the country’s legal history. Let’s be honest and admit that many of us were more than mildly sceptical, even suspicious, when he was appointed six years ago. When President Jacob Zuma made the announcement, we speculated about what the “real” motives behind Mogoeng’s meteoric rise might be. As one of the Constitutional Court’s most junior members, he was regarded as a relative newcomer to the bench, and a reputed conservative to boot. Many were also shocked he got the job ahead of the more favoured candidate, Dikgang Moseneke. Was Mogoeng just another of Zuma’s hand-picked appointees to smooth the way for him to

  • What the f**k, says Malema on land 'theft'

    When South Africans were busy celebrating Heritage Day on Sunday, EFF leader Julius Malema was sharing his frustration on the issue of land. In a series of tweets Malema said it was not right for black people to celebrate their heritage while still landless. “My land, my heritage,” he said. The EFF leader said blacks remained a “conquered” nation because the land of “our ancestors”, which was the founding principle of the EFF “revolution”, had not been retained. “We are scared of the truth because we seek rating approvals of our enemies, we seek whiteness to approve land expropriation. Like wtf,” he said. The EFF leader further said there was an element of hypocrisy around the issue of land,

  • This "Game Of Thrones" Insight From Neil DeGrasse Tyson Has Me Kind Of Worried

    Firstly, like many fans, he questioned the White Walkers' use of chains to get Viserion out of that frozen lake. But unlike fans who were all, "how the hell did they get those chains?", he pointed out that, er, the problem is actually - that's not how chains work???

  • Man buries wife, then daughter she died trying to save

    Michigan -Ten days after Nick DeKlyen buried his wife, he returned to Georgetown Cemetery in western Michigan to inter the daughter whom his wife had died to save, a tragic coda for a family confronted with a heart-rending decision five months ago when Carrie DeKlyen discovered she had a tumor. She was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer that is seldom cured and has a poor prognosis. With treatment, the median survival rate is between 12 and 18 months, according to the National Institutes of Health. Making a decision that has attracted national attention, DeKlyen, a 37-year-old mother of five, opted out of chemotherapy that could have prolonged her life to save the child she was

  • SABC in hot water again over Dlamini-Zuma referencing

    JOHANNESBURG - The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says that it is urgently investigating another instance in which the public broadcaster incorrectly referred to presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as "Zuma’s ex-wife". This is the second time the SABC has used the term in the space of just two months. Last month, the broadcaster referred to her as "mini Zuma". The African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) has lashed out at the public broadcaster over what it calls "cheerleaders of male chauvinism". The broadcaster’s spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago’s response to the mistake has also been widely criticised. He said: "It’s silly season leading up to the elective conference,

  • Analysis: What next for Makhosi Khoza?

    Two years later the ANC member was convinced by some in Luthuli House to return as a public office bearer in the National Assembly. With her PhD in Administration, a Master’s Degree in Social Science (policy and development studies) and 20 years of work experience in the public and private sectors, her deployment had perhaps more to do with her skill than her political following. She’s more administrator than politician. The events leading to her resignation yesterday are well-documented, with the final straw perhaps having been a disciplinary process brought against her by the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal following her outspoken stance against President Jacob Zuma’s continued leadership. She was accused