• 'Zinhle can't raise two kids' - #AccordingToCassper

    Rapper Cassper Nyovest is trending again. The only difference is that he didn’t release a diss track against AKA like on Friday. Tweeps just seem to find the Cassper name topical, and wouldn’t finish a day without mentioning it. Under hashtag #AccordingToCassper, tweeps tweeted about what appears to be a ridicule on Cassper’s world-views. On Friday, Cassper released a diss-track aimed at AKA. This comes after AKA released a diss track, Composure, aimed at Cassper. In his diss-track, Dust2Dust, Cassper went as far as mentioning that Zinhle dumped AKA in public and he doesn’t blame her. “Zinhle left you in public and I don’t blame you sis, they say its nearly impossible to raise two kids,” Cassper

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  • This Man Has Been Growing His Fingernails For 62 Years And It's Crazy

    Shridhar Chillal definitely wipes with his right hand.

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  • R246m for Krejcir jailbreak - Sunday Independent

    Johannesburg - A staggering R246 million had been made available to ensure the smooth escape of Czech Radovan Krejcir from prison before the plot was thwarted last week. The Sunday Independent can today also reveal that three prison warders were paid R1.5m to help expedite the prison break. Impeccable sources close to the investigation have revealed: - The three warders have already been identified and their arrest is imminent. - The fugitive has been transferred to an underground isolation cell after it had been established a helicopter was going to be used in the daring raid to free him. - Some of the R246m was to pay for the chopper to spirit Krejcir away once he had escaped. - A part of the

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  • Listen to Julius Malema advise Lindiwe Mazibuko on how to find a husband

    World number one Serena Williams has opted to pull out of the WTA Finals and end her season early following a roller coaster campaign that has taken its toll on her body, the American said on Thursday.

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  • Zuma's rape accuser's mother opens up about fleeing SA after case

    "I was missing home very much...," the mother, who cannot be named to protect her daughter, said. The Sunday Times newspaper reported that her mother said that after Zuma was acquitted on May 5 2006 in the High Court in Johannesburg, they fled to the Netherlands -- where they were given asylum. The mother said she was not sure if justice had been served in the trial. After the interview, Khwezi asked the Sunday Times to leave her mother alone.

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  • NFP leader makes first public appearance after illness

    The first pictures of National Freedom Party leader Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi appearing in public in almost a year were released on Saturday. KaMagwaza-Msibi, who is also the country’s deputy science and technology minister, took ill on November 16 last year. While speculation at the time was rife that she had suffered a stroke, the official explanation was that she was suffering from exhaustion. The photographs, taken with an iPad tablet on Friday, were released by her spokesman Canaan Mdletshe on Saturday ostensibly showing her meeting with traditional leaders in Pretoria. In none of the pictures is she seen speaking and her right arm forearm and wrist are in a brace. According to the statement

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  • WhatsApp slur against Mugabe gets Zim man arrested - report

    Nduna Matshazi, a councillor for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, says he sent on a message about Mugabe "by mistake", the state-owned Chronicle reported this weekend. Instead of sending it to a political chat group, Matshazi posted the message to a group of councillors for the rural district of Bubi in southern Zimbabwe. The group's administrator, who is not being named, reported him to the police. It's not clear exactly when Matshazi was arrested nor in which police station he is being held. According to the Chronicle, which is published in Bulawayo, the message is a parody of the Lord's Prayer in the Bible. The administrator of the Whatsapp group says the prayer is "twisted to

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  • South Africa, Scotland, Japan set for final fight

    South Africa completed a clinical 34-16 win over Scotland on Saturday while Japan pulled off a new upset, 26-5 over Samoa, to extend the race for quarter-final places from Pool B. Only three points now separate the remaining contenders going into the the final games of the World Cup's most surprising pool. Still numbed by seeing his side beaten 34-32 by Japan in their match, Meyer watched a drastically different performance against Scotland. Handre Pollard kicked 19 points with deadly accuracy and Schalk Burger, JP Pietersen and Bryan Habana scored tries to break the hearts of a Scottish dominated 50,000 crowd at Newcastle. Scotland staged a heroic second half comeback after trailing 20-3 at

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  • 'Western Cape is hideout for racists' - Politics | IOL News

    Cape Town - The Western Cape is a hideout for racists who do not want a black government and the country could run more effectively with fewer provinces, ANC leaders said yesterday. Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, a speaker at a provincial ANC meeting, yesterday likened the Western Cape to Orania, a Northern Cape town where only white Afrikaners are allowed to live. Joemat-Pettersson is also a member of the ANC’s national executive committee. She said the Western Cape had become painted as a place where “there is an influx of the rural poor from the Eastern Cape”. “Those who do not believe in black majority rule, who still want to perpetuate white minority (rule), have moved from Gauteng

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  • We Asked A Married Couple To Try Each Other's Hobbies And This Is What Happened

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  • The mom behind Krejcir's failed escape bid

    Serbian hit men at R6-million each, a move to buy floor plans of the Zonderwater maximum-security prison and having a helicopter on standby had all formed part of the elaborate R25-million operation to spring Krejcir from jail in South Africa. The Sunday Times has seen correspondence between an intelligence source in Prague and forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan in which the source states: "... Radovan must escape, irrespectably [sic] what it takes or how many lives it costs ... their mafia code of ethics clearly demands and orders them to do so ... otherwise Nadezda loses her status in the Czech/Serbian mafia circles and the entire Krejcirova family are permanently marked as failures or weaklings

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  • 'Should I die first, don't come to my funeral': Sfiso Ncwane to his family - report - SundayWorld

    Gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane does not want his family to attend his funeral.Next When he dies, the 'Kulungile Baba' does want his mother and sister to be present when is laid rest. A TimesLIVE report suggests that the Ncwane family feud that has been widely published has 'reached point of no return'. Sfiso was highly criticised recently following reports that he bought his pastor a Mercedes Benz that costs almost R2million while his own mother does not have food. According to a Drum Magazine report seen by Times LIVE, Sfiso was arguing with his step sister Sbahle Ncwane via SMS over Sfiso refusing to attend a family meeting. Sfiso allegedly sent a text saying: “I will never come home again.” “Should

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  • Trump: Hussein, Gaddafi should still be in power

    Trump mentioned Libya and Iraq in comparison to current efforts to drive the Syrian president out of power. Syria Iraq Libya Syrian President Bashar al Assad Donald Trump Trump mentioned the countries in comparison to current efforts to drive Syrian President Bashar al-Assad out of power. “You can make the case, if you look at Libya, look at what we did there, it’s a mess,” Trump said on NBC. “If you look at Saddam Hussein with Iraq, look what we did there, it’s a mess. It’s going to be the same thing in Syria,” he said. Asked by NBC’s Chuck Todd if the Middle East would be more stable with Gaddafi and Saddam in power, Trump replied, “Of course it would be”. Trump, who leads the field of Republicans

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  • Peanut butter gives a kick

    Medical aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres on Saturday said it gave the coordinates of the Afghan hospital hit by an airstrike that killed at least nine people to Afghan and U.S. forces several times, to avoid being caught in crossfire.

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  • No arrest in Wandile Bozwana murder

    No arrest has yet been made in connection with the murder of North West businessman Wandile Bozwana, Gauteng police said on Saturday. “No one has been arrested. Investigations continue,” said Sergeant Asnath Malatji. The Mahikeng-born businessman was fatally wounded when gunmen fired at him in Garsfontein, east of Pretoria, on Friday afternoon, in what was believed to be a hit. He died later in hospital. The attackers fired into the passenger-side where he was seated before fleeing the scene. Bozwana was in the passenger seat and his female colleague was driving the car. She sustained minor injuries. Bozwana took the provincial government to court on numerous occasions. Last month he won a court

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  • Zimbabwe: Moyo's No Maths, Science, No Degree Cry Stirs Hornet's Nest

    HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has stirred a hornet's nest by declaring that secondary school students who fail maths and science will not be allowed to enrol at local universities. Moyo made the announcement in Masvingo last week during one of his consultative meetings with tertiary institutions in the country, declaring that soon learners would not be allowed to proceed to A' Level as long as they did not pass mathematics and science at O'Level. He said the education curriculum should emphasise on mathematics and science from an early level. Moyo said the curriculum should be anchored on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, if Zimbabwe was to transform its

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  • Malema’s turn to quiz magistrate

    JOHANNESBURG magistrate Colleen Collis’s interview for judicial appointment may well be a Judicial Service Commission (JSC) first: she will be interviewed by someone she previously found guilty of hate speech when JSC hearings to fill six posts in the Gauteng division of the High Court begin in Cape Town Monday. As the JSC is made up of politicians and lawyers, candidates often face questions from those they have ruled against. But a personal finding against a commissioner is highly unusual. In 2010, Ms Collis, as an Equality Court magistrate, found Economic Freedom Fighters leader and JSC commissioner Julius Malema guilty of hate speech. Speaking to Business Day, Ms Collis said she would not

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  • The Vatican Has Fired A High-Ranking Priest Who Came Out As Gay

    The Catholic Church on Saturday dismissed high-ranking Vatican official Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa, who worked in the Holy See press office, after he revealed to an Italian newspaper he was gay and has a male partner. In an interview published Saturday, Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa, 43, told Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera that he was proud of his sexuality. “I want the Church and my community to know who I am: a gay priest who is happy, and proud of his identity,” he said. Charamsa, originally from Poland, also said he was fully aware that he would most likely be excluded from the Vatican by coming out. “I’m prepared to pay the consequences,” he said, “but it’s time the Church opened

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  • A Dad Halted His Daughter's Wedding So Her Stepdad Could Help Give Her Away

    The couple’s photographer, Delia D. Blackburn, told BuzzFeed News that Brittany Peck’s father, Todd Bachman, was proceeding down the aisle when he suddenly stopped and walked over to her stepfather, Todd Cendrosky.

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  • Our Trevor is now a US asset - IOL | Sunday Tribune

    AP SA's favourite comedian was everything his legion of fans hoped he would be on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Trevor Noah is so adaptable, intelligent and disarmingly funny, he’ll have ’em eating pie out of his hand in no time, writes Dennis Pather. Comedian Trevor Noah’s impressive debut this week on The Daily Show had millions of South Africans rallying behind him, understandably so. Yes, the Noah faithful will tune in a second time, maybe even a third and fourth, but my bet is that local interest will start waning when South Africans begin to realise they’ve traded their precious home-brewed Mzansi-humour for the more formulaic Ameri-humour, which one critic once unkindly described as “high on lip gloss and low on IQ”.

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