Bonang has hit back at shade thrown her way by Somizi at the Feather Awards on Thursday night, telling followers that the show would be boring without her being mentioned. Somizi, who was once friends with B before the pair had a massive fallout was host for the evening and in his spicy intro monologue told an audience member to watch their taxes and always pay on time. The way Somizi addressed the person made it clear to everyone in room that he was throwing shade at Bonang. Soon the fierce discussions in the room slowly made its way on social media.
Pretoria - When a couple got divorced, the woman demanded that her ex-husband buy her a two bedroom townhouse in a complex in the Western Cape with no black neighbours. When he could not comply, she turned to the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria. But the man, who lives in Wierda Park, Centurion, said it was impossible to meet her demands to find a townhouse in a complex “where coloured or black people do not reside.” Mrs K turned to the court in a bid to force Mr K to comply with a financial agreement they had reached as part of their divorce settlement a number of years ago. She also asked Judge E Molahlehi to hold her ex-husband in contempt of court for not keeping his side of the deal. WhileAllAfrica.com
Harare businessman Genius "Ginimbi" Kadungure, accused of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering, was yesterday sent to remand prison after being denied bail by a Harare regional magistrate. Kadungure became the first prominent figure to appear before the court, a few hours after Chief Justice Luke Malaba had read the riot act, fuming over the unjustified granting of bail to suspects in high-profile corruption-related cases. The prosecution had consented to the granting of bail in the sum of $1 000, but regional magistrate Ms Bianca Makwande ruled that the businessman's release on bail was not in the interest of justice. Ms Makwande said Kadungure's release would undermine public confidence in the criminal justice system.AllAfrica.com
The EFF has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to take full responsibility and admit that he lied to Parliament about a R500 000 payment from Bosasa. Ramaphosa backtracked on a response he gave before the National Assembly 11 days ago about the payment from Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson, allegedly for the benefit of his son, Andile. The president said the October 2017 payment was actually a donation towards his ANC presidential campaign, which he states was made without his knowledge. READ: Ramaphosa corrects his National Assembly reply on his son's links with Bosasa This emerged in a letter Ramaphosa wrote to the Speaker of the National Assembly dated November 14, saying he had inadvertently providedtimeslive.co.za
Pearl Thusi took to Twitter to share the frustrations of being a mom after she and her daughter Thando had a disagreement that left Pearl thinking she had taken this discipline too far. In a series of video Pearl explained what happened leading up to the fight. She said that Thando had lost her spectacles (glasses) for the fourth time in two years and she was fed up with it. "So, Thando and I had a fight. She lost her glasses again, the fourth time in a year, okay maybe two years. But I am exhausted. We had a big fight - but now I low key miss her - but seriously these things cost like two/two-and-a-half or more depending on the frame because mama goes all the way," she said.Independent Online
JOHANNESBURG - The forensic report into the looting of Eskom and Transnet showed that the companies' erstwhile chief financial officer Anoj Singh did not use his salary for four years. The report urged the Hawks to investigate if Singh did not use other sources of income to service his personal accounts. "It is not clear how Singh was servicing his personal accounts because for a period of four years we could not see any debit orders or cash withdrawals for paying his personal accounts," read the report. 2013 Investigators found that Singh's opening balance for 2013 was R3.3 million 2014 Singh's opening balance for 2014 was R7 million A total of nine credit transfers to Singh’s account for the
Three -time champions Nigeria made a return to the biggest football party in Africa after being held to a 1-1 draw by South Africa in Johannesburg yesterday. The result meant only one other team in Gourp E (either Libya or South Africa) could end up with the same 10 points that Nigeria already have, by the end of the qualification series in March 2019. Libya's 8-1 defeat of their hosts Seychelles on Mahé Island would create real fear in the Bafana Bafana going into that last battle against the Mediterranean Knights in Tunisia. The South Africans need a draw from that match to qualify but Libya will go through with a win. Nigeria made the brighter start in yesterday's match at the FNB Stadium