• What the glitterati wore at the July (gallery)

    The Vodacom Duran July has always been the watering hole for gazelle like celebs in the month of July, and the 119th race was no different. Media mogul Basetsana Kumalo, the picture of grace, was spotted in the swanky Vodacom VIP Paddock in a lace-mint gown, with a black lattice covering her eyes. Lorna Maseko appropriately (considering the sunny Durban weather) came covered in a flirty black cocktail dress, showing her legs (which considering her ongoing love affair with ballet is flawless). Nomzamo Mbatha killed it in a red cat suit with billowing sleeves.

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  • Chris Brown cuts off child support | The New Age Online

    Singer Chris Brown has stopped paying $10,000 per month in child support after he was denied visitation with daughter Royalty. The agreement was set to start on July 1, but it fell apart when Brown sought a visitation with Royalty this week only to learn that she was with his mother Joyce Hawkins in Virginia, reports dailymail.co.uk. The 26-year-old initially wanted to pay $2,500 per month, but settled on the amount after Royalty's mother Nia Guzman was seeking $15,000 per month, according to an article on Thursday by TMZ.

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  • Zimbabwe: Moyo to Be Replaced As Information Minister By Adversary, Claims Mliswa

    FORMER Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa has warned state media journalists who were being used by Jonathan Moyo to start packing, saying a new minister whom they used attack at the behest of the ousted information minister will soon be taking over. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club Friday, the former Zanu PF Mashonaland West chairman accused Moyo of using the state media to destroy perceived political foes. Moyo is currently in an uncomfortable position after President Mugabe reportedly asked him to step down from his Cabinet post following his election as MP for Tsholotsho North in the June 10 by-elections.

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  • Sandton homeless man gets over 1000 replies in hunt for job - video

    A homeless 22-year-old seeking a job has just received over 1000 replies and job offers on Facebook and a variety of other social media platforms.

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  • Two fake cops arrested in Alexander township | The New Age Online

    Police arrest two people masquerading as police officers. Cops made the arrests Saturday in Alexandra township, Johannesburg.

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  • Bobbi Kristina's family rages anger over 'death bed' pics | The New Age Online

    Bobby Brown's sister Leolah Brown recently broke her anger over news that someone has been selling Bobbi Kristina's death bed pictures . Further, responding to the claims that the person who is selling the photo might be an extended family member, she said that she will make sure that anyone who comes near Bobby Brown's daughter takes a lie detective test.

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  • Nkandla has become a hot potato that will not go away, Cosatu warns

    THE African National Congress (ANC) and its allies have finally had it out over Nkandla — a robust discussion on the issue at their summit last week exposed how difficult the "R246m political hot potato" had been to deal with. Alliance leaders admitted on Sunday Nkandla was not going away as it had become an excuse to attack the ANC. Discussions on Nkandla at previous leadership meetings were swiftly shot down, but at the alliance summit there were no holy cows after a robust discussion followed Gauteng chairman Paul Mashatile’s request that the ANC pay back some of the money spent on nonsecurity upgrades to President Jacob Zuma’s private homestead.

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  • Insults fly between ANC, EFF - Politics | IOL News

    THE STAR The ANCYL has declared that EFF leader Julius Malema and his party were not welcome in KZN. Durban - The verbal sparring between the KwaZulu-Natal ANC Youth League and its arch-enemy, the Economic Freedom Fighters, is getting increasingly hostile. The ANC’s youth wing declared last month that EFF leader Julius Malema and his party were not welcome in KZN. This was in response to the EFF’s alleged plotting of a “civil war”, according to the youth league, and rendering Parliament dysfunctional.

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  • Gwede Mantashe speaks up about Nkandla

    African National Congress Secretary General Gwede Mantashe has lashed out at Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's statements that more money must be spent on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal. The City Press is reporting that Mantashe said Nhleko's statement was reckless and he must explain why more tax money is needed. The Public Works Department has also distanced itself from Nhleko's claim that he doesn’t know who authorised the construction of 21 three bedroom houses on land just a kilometre from Nkandla.

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  • Real crime action a top draw - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    YOUTUBE Security cameras in Wynberg show how two men stole a parked bakkie in 20 seconds. Cape Town - Thousands of South Africans are turning to YouTube to follow the real-time crimes committed countrywide, mostly captured on security cameras. One video that had been watched 152 125 times by Friday afternoon even has a narration by the man whose garage security cameras captured the burglars in action.

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  • Do or die for 450kg man - Gauteng | IOL News

    This weekend, the worried family of 450kg Corrie Le Grange will know whether he will live or die. La Grange has been bedridden for months during which time he put on 200kg. Desperate, they called the Gauteng Department of Health. Merwitz said the team of doctors attending to Le Grange were trying to obtain a solid diagnosis.

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  • Greeks defy Europe with overwhelming referendum 'No'

    With nearly a fifth of the votes counted, official figures showed 60.4 percent of Greeks on course to reject a bailout offer from creditors that was the official issue of the ballot. Officials from the Greek government, which had argued that a 'No' vote would strengthen its hand to secure a better deal from international creditors after months of wrangling, immediately said they would try to restart talks with European partners. Euclid Tsakalotos, the government's chief negotiator said talks could restart as early as Sunday evening. Many of Athens' partners have warned over the past week that a 'No' vote would mean cutting bridges with Europe and driving Greece's crippled financial system into outright bankruptcy, dramatically worsening the country's 5-year-long depression.

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  • A match made in heaven for new host - Sunday Independent

    SUPPLIED Ayanda Mpama is set to host Our Perfect Wedding. Johannesburg - One of South Africa’s most popular shows, Our Perfect Wedding, airing every Sunday night on the DStv platform, will be presented by a new host from this week. Singer, actress and radio and TV personality Ayanda Mpama, affectionately known as Aya, is set to follow in the footsteps of comedian Tumi Morake and actresses Thuli Thabethe, Brenda Ngxoli and Phumeza Mdabe. Mpama, who is no stranger to TV, and has previously presented the entertainment show Noted on SABC3, and the music show, Soul Sundays on SABC1, hails from KwaZulu-Natal and holds a music and drama degree from the University of KZN.

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  • Obama pays homage to Mandela's enduring inspiration

    US President Barack Obama on Friday paid homage to South Africa's late ex-president Nelson Mandela on the first anniversary of his death as a visionary who remains an enduring source of inspiration.

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  • The Most Fab And Drab Celebrity Looks Of The Week

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  • Hillary Clinton Had Some Kind Words For This Gay Teen Pictured On "Humans Of New York"

    "Prediction from a grown-up: Your future is going to be amazing."

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  • Girl’s death a ‘witness murder’ - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    A high school pupil was murdered in Scottsville this week in an attack that Community Safety MEC Dan Plato says was carried out to eliminate her as a witness to her cousin’s killing. Plato visited the family of Nikita Holly, 16, on Friday, where it was revealed that she had witnessed her cousin’s murder earlier this year. “It’s a very sad, sad story,” said Plato. The Grade 10 pupil died in the shooting just before 8pm on Thursday, along with her friend Keisha Manuel, 17, a matric pupil.

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  • Man dies after Soweto hospital turns him away because he didn't have R20

    How much is the life of a 64-year-old man worth in Soweto?

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  • South Africa: I Forgive You for Stealing My Stuff Because I Realise Have More Than You

    Fed-up with recurring load shedding in his area, Ikbal Moosa is always rolling up his sleeve with one trick or three, as he tries to make sure his home always has power. But then last week, amid one of his eclectic experiments with electricity, he realized he has been robbed.

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