• MaNtuli a troublesome wife: Zuma family

    President Jacob Zuma has been wanting to kick his controversial wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma, out of his Nkandla homestead long before the plot to poison him surfaced, the President’s family members revealed yesterday. “She was a troublesome person who constantly created problems within the family – she did not get along with members of the family – including the other three wives,” a source within Zuma’s Nkandla homestead said. Asked about claims of Ntuli –Zuma’s involvement in a plot to poison Zuma, the source said while the President had not openly discussed the matter with the family, Ntuli –Zuma’s presence in the family’s homestead had become a security risk.

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  • Photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown in casket leaked?

    A photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown lying in her casket has reportedly been leaked, with one media outlet paying more than $100,000 for the picture. Speaking to reporters outside the church, she said of Pat Houston, Whitney's sister: ''It's not over.

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  • VIDEO: Two men chase down remote jammer

    CCTV footage has emerged showing two men chasing suspects who attempted to steal from a parked vehicle in Boksburg, on the East Rand. In the footage, posted by Clinton Festraets on Saturday, an Opel Corsa vehicle is seen parking behind a BMW X5 at the K90 shopping centre on Friday afternoon, Rekord East reported.

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  • Bongani Fassie disses AKA, Slikour, Cassper Nyovest

    Lately, the Twitterverse has been receiving beef in abundance, with celebrities throwing jabs at each other.

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  • Itumeleng Khune's salary chopped

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  • The Big Read: Home truths for Minister Gigaba

    Others say the line was first uttered by the economics Nobel prize-winner Paul Samuelson. Others claim it was Winston Churchill who said it. Things have changed a lot since Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba walked into his new office last May. President Jacob Zuma had announced Gigaba's move from Public Enterprises to his new portfolio on May 25. Just a few days after he walked into his office the controversial new visa regulations - placing new and onerous obligations on visitors to these shores - were announced.

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  • Woman finds chewed bubble gum in KFC burger

    A KFC customer in Durban claims to have discovered a piece of chewed-up gum on the bun of her Crunch Burger recently. On Facebook, Danri Kruger shared the picture of the bubble gum on her burger bun, which she had purchased from the Bluff Towers KFC branch in Durban last Friday, City Buzz reported. “I took a few bites of the burger only to realise something odd on the inside of my burger wrapping. After [a] closer inspection, I was disgusted to find out it was bubble gum.

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  • Outrage over new United kit - Premier League

    Twitter Manchester United kit maker Adidas has been forced to defend its controversial new shirt designed specifically for female fans. Manchester United kit maker Adidas has been forced to defend its controversial new shirt designed specifically for female fans of the Premier League club. Adidas unveiled the first United kit of its £750 million ($1.3 billion) deal with the Old Trafford team last week.

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  • Kylie Jenner flaunts curves in swimsuit | The New Age Online

    Reality TV star Kylie Jenner loves her figure and is not afraid to flaunt it.

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  • Top 30 African universities: Times Higher Education reveals snapshot university ranking - CameroonOnline.org

    Institutions from 10 countries feature in a top 30 that previews what a new ranking, being discussed at the Africa Universities Summit, might look like South Africa dominates a snapshot of what a new ranking for African universities could look like, making up two-fifths of the institutions in the list. Egypt is the second most-represented ...

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  • Three missing Western Cape children found

    Three children reported missing on Friday have been found, Western Cape police said on Sunday.

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  • Teenage girl found dead in North West guesthouse

    A teenage girl was found dead at a guest house in Zeerust, North West police said on Sunday. “It is alleged that the deceased, who wore a red jacket, blue T-shirt with an emblem of a local middle school, blue jeans pair of trousers, and black all-star sneakers was found inside an empty bathtub at the guest house,” he said. Makau said it was alleged the pair did not register at the guest house on arrival. Apparently they were known at the guest house because they had booked in on several occasions previously.

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  • 'Zuma gave us nice seats' - Malema

    Julius Malema entered the court in good spirits and shared jokes, thanking President Jacob Zuma for giving him a “nice” chair in court. “This time around they are giving us nice chairs,” the EFF leader joked as he sat down, sitting in Polokwane in the high court. Malema, On-Point Engineering directors Lesiba Gwangwa and Kagiso Dichabe and two companies, On-Point Engineering and Gwama Properties, are facing charges of racketeering and 52 other counts, including fraud. Judge Billy Mothle postponed the case because one of the accused, Dichabe, was ill.

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  • South Africa: Joburg Auditions: Judges Strike Gold

    Boasting the biggest audition turn-out of the season, thousands of wannabe stars rocked up at Carnival City to for the last chance to impress Idols SA judges Randall Abrahams, Unathi Msengana, Gareth Cliff and Somizi Mhlongo. It all started with a conspicuous note from Randall; “You wanna know if you can sing – we’ll give you a straight answer.” For 26-year-old Chrystal Worship from Cape Town, who has been performing professionally for the past four years, the answer meant a Golden Ticket to Sun City.

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  • Wanted: Killer Mphela

    Football authorities, critics and fans around the country are looking for former Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs striker Katlego “Killer” Mphela. The 30-year-old Brits-born former Bafana Bafana striker was last spotted training with Polokwane City as his football future remains bleak. Killer has had no luck finding a home after being released by Amakhosi following a dismal campaign for the current league champions. Chiefs boss Kaizer Motaung revealed that Mphela was released from the club after failing to attend a number of “important events.” Mphela vehemently denied this.

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  • Rid yourself of PHD mentality, Floyd - IOL News

    DoC Blade Nzimande was hugely articulate and engaged independently in ways not dissimilar to comrades like Pallo Jordan, says the writer. Durban - Soon after Comrade Sbu Ndebele was released from Robben Island I remember him venturing forth on one aspect of the tragedy of apartheid: that African South Africans often adopted the PHD mentality when trying to demonstrate their intellectual prowess. Of course those PHDs were comrades who Put Him/Her Down (PHD) rather than engage substantively in advance of the National Democratic Revolution and the struggle for socialism.

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  • Texas man no match for armadillo

    An East Texas man was wounded after he fired a gun at an armadillo in his yard and the bullet ricocheted back to hit him in his face, the county sheriff said on Friday. Cass County Sheriff Larry Rowe said the man, who was not identified, went outside his home in Marietta, southwest of Texarkana, at around 3am on Thursday morning. He spotted the armadillo on his property and opened fire.

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  • Crocodile heads found in freezer - World News | IOL News

    Dozens of crocodile heads have been found dumped and left to rot in a freezer in a small town in northern Australia, local media reported on Tuesday. A group of children made the find when they investigated a freezer that had been left behind a local shop at the small town called Humpty Doo, 40 kilometres southeast of Darwin in Australia’ s Northern Territory (NT). Authorities on Tuesday said at least 50 crocodile heads - but as many as 70 - had been stuffed inside the freezer. Crocodiles are considered a protected species in Australia, with anyone convicted of killing the animal facing a fine of 76 500 Australian dollars (55 779 US dollars), or five years in jail.

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  • Ghana: Otumfuo Warns Mahama - Over IMF Prescriptions

    Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene , has cautioned the government to work around the clock to ensure that the prescription of the IMF , which has direct adverse effects on the living standards of the citizenry in the short term, does not create undue hardship for the ordinary Ghanaian. Nana Dr. Adu Gyamfi, Adontehene of Kumasi Traditional Council, who represented Otumfuo at the 12th Ashanti Financial Services Excellence Awards, organized by TOP BRASS Ghana, under the auspices of Manhyia Palace, however, expressed the hope that the IMF prescription will lead to the stabilization of the macro-economy and boost confidence in the business environment.

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  • Targeting body image anxieties and insecurities - Cape Times

    LONDON: Summer brings warmth, bliss, vacations and, for most females, young and old, undeclared anxieties and agonies. Parts of the body that should feel the sun are covered up as shame and self-loathing overwhelm.

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