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 MEC Warns Immigrants That They WILL SH*T Themselves

MPUMALANGA- AN Mpumalanga MEC has angrily threatened to deport illegal immigrants who participated in a mass protest this week, saying "bazonya", the SiSwati word meaning "they will sh*t themselves". Provincial community safety, security and liaison MEC Vusi Shongwe was addressing protesting residents of Khutsong near Matsulu outside Mbombela on Thursday evening. “All those who don’t have identity documents bazonya. We will meet your...

‘Miracle’ Baby Survives 4 Days Under Collapsed Building

Rescuers pulled an 18-month-old toddler alive from the rubble of a six-storey building on Tuesday, four days after the block collapsed killing 23 people, police said. “Good news!” Kenya Red Cross said. “A child aged about one and half years rescued alive at 0400 hours (01:00 GMT) and referred to Kenyatta National Hospital.” The Red Cross said the little girl was...

MALEMA ASKS FOR DONATIONS!

JOHANNESBURG- SPEAKING at a business dinner only hours after addressing his supporters at a packed Orlando Stadium, Julius Malema told guests that he is often scolded for speaking out of tune. At a gala dinner at MonteCasino in Fourways on Saturday night, where he and other leaders swapped their red overalls for evening suits, Malema said he was mindful of...

Smoking In Cars With Children Illegal Starting October 1, 2016

US- Starting October 1, 2016, it will be illegal to smoke in a car or other vehicles, with anyone under the age of 18. The law is changing to protect children and young people from the dangers of secondhand smoke. Both the driver and the smoker in the car could be fined as much as $80. This law applies to...

Talking Rat Causes Havoc At Zuma’s Residence In Nkandla

NKANDLA- After escaping prosecution by a whisker last year, Jacob’s Zuma’s wife Nompumelelo Ntuli Zuma is in the news again for a more serious offence. A close source and confidante has revealed under anonymity that a talking rat recently caused havoc at Zuma’s multi million residence in Nkandla. The source further went on to indicate that the huge rat emitted from...

Isibaya Star Spent Freedom Day In Prison For Moering His Wife

Isibaya lead actor Andile Gumbi almost spent Freedom Day locked up in police cells for allegedly moering his wife. The talented actor, who plays the character of Zweli, the feared character in the award-winning soapie on the Mzansi Magic soapie, was nabbed on Monday. Police spokesman Daniel Mavimbela confirmed that the hunky star was arrested and charged with assault with...

Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Is No Better Than Her EX Husband, Says Malema

Speaking at a dinner on Saturday evening after the launch of the EFF’s election manifesto for the coming local government elections‚ Malema asserted: "Nkosazana is not better than her ex husband (President Jacob Zuma)." Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma‚ a former health minister‚ has been tipped as a possible successor for her ex husband. Malema maintained that security guards at the Gupta home...

Thousands Of Empty Seats Yet Again, At ANC Rally

THE ANC in the Eastern Cape has suffered more embarrassment following another poorly attended political event. Banners and posters on the streets invited supporters to the Workers’ Day celebration at the Dan Qeqe Stadium in Zwide, Port Elizabeth. But while people flocked to the stadium, they waited in vain as ANC national working committee leaders Bheki Cele, Thoko Didiza and Thulas Nxesi...

Thousands Of South Africans Called Jacob Flock Home Affairs To Change Their Name

Thousands que outside Home Affairs to change their name
PRETORIA – When Home Affairs opened their doors yesterday, nobody was prepared for the onslaught they would face. At every branch, long lines of Jacobs were patiently waiting to change their names. “I was named after my grandpa, but I feel he’d understand,” Jacob Ntshingane said. Behind him, Jacob Williams nodded, saying he too was changing a family name of generations. “I’m...

Opposition Wins Court Bid To Have Zuma Arrested

PRETORIA - The High Court in Pretoria has found that the decision to drop the corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma in 2009 was irrational. This means the decision to charge Zuma with corruption is now being reinstated. Deputy Judge President Aubrey Ledwaba says the court also found that former acting prosecutions boss Mokotedi Mpshe’s explanation for his decision to drop...

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