• '#MayPac fight was incorrectly scored'

    The CEO of Golden Gloves says the Floyd Mayweather/ Manny Pacquaio fight was scored incorrectly.

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  • Vuzu's rich kids: The upper class skhotanes - City Press

    Two of these three apply to the new reality show Rich Kids. Entertainment introduced the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills last year, it was intriguing to catch a glimpse of a day in the life of the children of the US’s megarich. Every week the show will introduce a new rich South African kid and show us their luxurious life. The star, Nape Phasha (21), seemed like a nice-enough guy as he showed off his expensive tastes.

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  • Sithole murder case postponed - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    THE STAR Kevin Sutherland, left, and James Oatway, assisted by a security guard and two nurses from a clinic, help Emmanuel Sithole to a car after he was stabbed in Alexandra. Johannesburg - The trial of four men accused of killing Mozambican hawker Emmanuel Sithole was postponed in the Alexandra Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Mthinto Bhengu, Sizwe Mngomezulu, Ayanda Sibiya and Sifundi Mzimela allegedly stabbed Sithole, also known as Emmanuel Josias, to death on a street of the northern Johannesburg township, last month.

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  • Vavi snubs Malema call | The New Age Online

    Zwelinzima Vavi has snubbed Julius Malema’s call for a rival labour federation to Cosatu.

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  • Home Affairs ‘battling to deal with influx’ - Politics | IOL News

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA Home Affairs director-general Mkuseli Apleni, right, enjoys a light moment after briefing the press. Johannesburg - The tide of illegal immigrants flowing into the country has stretched Home Affairs’ inspectorate to the limit, leading the department to plead for more resources. Home Affairs director-general Mkuseli Apleni told MPs this week that his 700-member immigration unit was unable to cope with the “thousands” of illegal immigrants a day who entered the country. In 2005, the department’s revamped National Immigration Branch was launched to offer a specialist, professional and hi-tech service to incoming foreign visitors and clamp down on illegal immigrants.

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  • Pacquiao is a hell of a fighter: Mayweather

    "He is a hell of a fighter," Mayweather said of Pacquiao, the Filipino icon who has won world titles in an unprecedented eight weight divisions. Mayweather expected to rake in $200 million and Pacquiao was in line for a potential $100 million payday once revenue from sources including pay-per-view television sales was counted. "When the history books are written, this fight will have been worth the wait," Mayweather said, adding that 19 years of ring experience had prepared him for the most scrutinized fight of his career. "He's a very awkward fighter, so I had to take my time and watch him close," Mayweather said.

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  • Nigeria: South African Groups to Double Nigeria Investments

    As xenophobia diplomatic tension between Nigeria and South Africa dies down, South African companies are taking bullish positions on the Nigerian economy, apparently crowding out local competition. Two of the South African companies have, Pepkor and Shoprite, amongst many others have announced expansion program that would more than double their stakes in the Nigerian economy. Pepkor Ltd., the South African clothing retailer bought by Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd. for $5.7 billion in 2014, plans to double its presence in Nigeria with 10 store openings per year through 2018.

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  • DJ Sbu in MoFire… - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    SUPPLIED DJ Sbu was arrested for drunk driving on Saturday and his Porsche was impounded by the cops in Krugersdorp. Johannesburg - THE arrest on drunk driving allegations of troubled radio DJ and musician DJ Sbu Leope brings to a climax what has been a difficult year for the self-styled businessman. Leope was nabbed about 4am on Saturday in the Randfontein area, west of Johannesburg. The news of his latest brush with the law was broken by Kaya FM on Saturday.

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  • Nigeria: Boko Haram - Obama Snubs Nigeria Again, Gives U.S.$35 Million Military Support to France

    President Barack Obama has ordered the release of $35 million worth of U.S. military and defence assistance to France which has been backing the military of Chad, Niger and Mali in the fight against jihadist group, Boko Haram, ignoring Nigeria that has been at the centre of the five-year insurgency. A press statement from the White House on Wednesday said the United States leader gave the support to enable France secure the three French-speaking African nations, who all share borders with Nigeria.

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  • Nigeria: Fans Tell AKA to Relocate to Nigeria

    Talented rapper, AKA is in hot soup with his fans currently after he declared that he's ashamed of his South African passport, and that he is more respected in Nigeria than in South Africa. The artiste was in Nigeria for the All Star edition of a club musical event. "I feel more respected and welcomed in Nigeria than I do in South Africa and that's the sad truth.

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  • Khama defends Zuma at SADC summit - Africa | IOL News

    DoC Botswana's President Ian Khama reportedly came to the aid of President Jacob Zuma telling African leaders that South Africa can t be looked at as the employment bureau for the region . Johannesburg - After taking a pounding from African governments over xenophobic attacks in South Africa, President Zuma was delighted when Botswana President Ian Khama came to his defence at this week’s regional summit in Harare. Khama was apparently the unnamed leader quoted saying at the Southern African Development Community (SADC) summit on industrialisation that “South Africa can’t be looked at as the employment bureau for the region”.

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  • Watch: Woman sets petrol pump on fire in Israel

    An Israeli woman asked a man at a Jerusalem petrol station for a cigarette, and when he said

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  • 33 Wedding Nightmares That'll Make You Glad You're Single

    Bad brides, grooms, and guests, oh my.

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  • Actress Mary Makhatho kicks 'limp' Ben10 to the curb - SundayWorld

    Now staying with his sickly father in Mohlakeng, on the West Rand, Mohohlo confirmed Makhatho booted him out of her crib after complaining he was, among others, limp in bed . Makhatho, who plays Connie in the e.tv series, said her ex-Ben10 should return the things she helped him acquire and stop being a chatterbox.

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  • Nigeria: We're Partnering With Jay Z's Roc Nation - Chocolate City's Audi Maikori

    Audu Maikori is the founder and CEO of Chocolate City Music Group. Established in 2005, the music label nurtured the careers of rappers, MI, Ice Prince, Jesse Jagz and singer, Brymo among others. Recently, Chocolate City announced that Mr. Maikori would step down as CEO in June. PREMIUM TIMES talks to Mr. Maikori about the future of the label and the return of Jesse Jagz, who had previously left the label after his contract expired.

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  • William and Kate spend first day at home with Britain's new princess | The New Age Online

    Prince William and his wife Kate were on Sunday spending their first day back at home with their baby daughter as Britain eagerly awaited a name for the new royal princess. The couple, their firstborn Prince George and the new arrival were expected to spend the next few days relaxing together at their Kensington Palace apartment, a day after Kate gave birth to the baby girl, who is fourth in line to the throne. A beaming Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left hospital on Saturday carrying their newborn. The sleeping baby was wrapped in a woollen shawl as a relaxed-looking Kate, 33, cradled her in her arms in front of the hospital's private Lindo Wing.

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  • Southern Africa: Mugabe Gives SADC Delegates Comic Relief

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was at the centre of a cocktail of drama and comedy during the just-ended Sadc Extra-Ordinary Summit in Harare on Wednesday as age continues to take its toll on the 91-year-old leader. Mugabe, who is the Sadc and African Union chairperson, stole the limelight as expected. Known for his penchant for smartness and being particular with his taste, Mugabe shocked many, including his colleague presidents who had lined up for a group photo session when he reached the left pocket of his jacket and took out a plastic hair comb and began to comb his hair in public.

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  • Panayiotou murder: Suspect could turn state witness

    It’s understood the suspect helped police set up a trap for Jayde Panayiotou’s 28-year-old husband.

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  • ‘Xenophobia’ in South Africa: it’s more complicated than you think | Daily Maverick

    Clearly the top priority for all South Africans right now should be to stop the violent attacks against immigrants, or those perceived to be immigrants. South Africa is Africa. South Africa is, and will always be, part of Africa. All democratic South African Presidents – Mandela, Mbeki, Motlanthe, Zuma – have been consistently clear that South Africa is of Africa, and is inextricably linked to the rest of the continent.

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  • RIP skinny jeans… according to Google - IOL SciTech

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA Skinny jeans are so last year, according to Google. Google thinks it has found a way to help. The search giant has released its first fashion trends report, which analysed billions of searches to figure out what shoppers are interested in this season and how that has changed relative to previous years. Google’s full report is a fascinating read for any fashion junkie.

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