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    Julius Malema's wish? A baby girl, please

    Julius Malema showed off his softer side on Valentine's Day after posting pictures of how he and his wife Mantwa spent the day of love. Next to a picture of his wife, Julius said they had been doing "this love long together for some time" but said that there was just one problem: "this combination is only producing boys so far." The couple have two boys together. Julius went on to add that maybe that next baby would be a girl.

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    Asset Forfeiture Unit attaches private jet of Shepherd Bushuri

    JOHANNESBURG - Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri's private jet has been attached by the Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU). The Hawks say they made the application for the R20 million jet to be confiscated as part of their investigation into the controversial pastor and his wife, Mary. Earlier in February, the leaders of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church were charged with fraud and money laundering. They've been released on bail of R100,000 each. Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi says they have not received a response from Bushiri on the attachment: “Mr Bushuri's lawyers were handed the documents. Unfortunately, he's to oppose the application, but we've not received anything

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    After money spent on Bushiri 'special prayers', congregant has no taxi fare to go home

    Tebogo Mogashoa made her usual trek from Krugersdorp to Pretoria to hear Shepherd Bushiri preach.

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    Good party supporters say ANC, DA have been given enough chances

    CAPE TOWN - Scores of people from communities across the Western Cape have gathered at Hoofweg Primary School in Blue Downs in support of Patricia de Lille and her newly-formed party, Good. Good on Saturday officially launched its Western Cape “Aunty Pat for Premier” campaign. The quad area at Hoofweg Primary School in Blue Downs is a sea of orange as people from communities across the Cape and areas as far as Beaufort West have come out to show their support for De Lille and Good. Supporters say the African National Congress (ANC) and Democratic Alliance (DA) have been given enough chances. This man says he's tired of empty promises and believes De Lille and her party will make a difference:

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    'Cricket God' Kagiso Rabada on the rise: All the fame is fake

    Table Talk With gifts, sponsorship and adulation, the darling of SA cricket Kagiso Rabada is living his best life - but he knows this year's World Cup is do or die Kagiso Rabada's star could not be in a higher orbit. The world isn't so much at his feet as it is in the distance, far, far below.

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    Witness grilled in 'fake Uber' robbery and rape trial

    Two assailants with knives had emerged from the boot of the vehicle. The man was stabbed, both were robbed and taken to a house in Ekurhuleni where the woman  was raped. He told the court during cross-examination on Friday that the men had blindfolded him when they arrived at the house. He confirmed positively identifying Mankgane because there was lighting in the house. Mankgane's lawyer, Michelle Ives, however, said this evidence was not credible as there was no electricity in the house. "It doesn't appear from the photographs that there was electricity in the house," Ives said. "It's obvious there was electricity judging from the appliances that were in the house," the man shot back. He told

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    Small crowd protests as Zille 'laid to rest' in her last Sopa in Cape Town

    He said the ANC would expropriate land in urban areas in Cape Town and hand it over to domestic workers and working class people who were forced to take "dangerous" forms of public transport to work. Slogans on some of the posters said "Hands off Bo-Kaap". A large number of protesters held up posters to demand that "liquor vendors" be left alone. They said that if liquor vendors weren't allowed to sell alcohol in townships then they would not allow wholesalers such as Pick n Pay to operate there. Rasool pleaded with the crowd to vote for the ANC in the upcoming elections saying, "This is not the Zuma ANC. This is the Ramaphosa ANC." Protesters came from as far away as George. For most of them