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South Africans Are World’s Most Arrogant Criminals: Nigerian President

Abuja: Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari has passed very derogatory comments about the land of Mzansi and its people! A leaked audio recording has surfaced and started circulating on social media networks. According to one of the respected Nigerian Newspapers, The Daily Times of Nigeria, while hosting a State Luncheon at one of the Country’s Hotels during the week, the Nigerian Commander...

Prophet Mboro In Big Trouble, Seeks Help From Top Lawyer

Controversial Prophet Mboro's seat at the commission investigating the commercialisation of religion has become too hot for him. Mboro, real name Paseka Motsoeneng, has now sought legal advice. The Incredible Happenings Ministries leader has remained defiant, refusing to answer questions posed by the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Rights Communities (CRL...

Free State Attack Leaves 3 DEAD!

Three men have been shot dead, and two others hospitalised, after a shoot-out in Mangaung, Free State police said on Sunday. A group of friends were sitting at a mini-market in Rocklands on Saturday night when two men jumped from a minibus taxi and started shooting randomly at them, said police spokesperson Constable Peter Kareli. Police rushed to the scene and...

Errant Police Officers Sued R5million For Shooting Innocent Man

Police allegedly shot and seriously injured a Kadoma mine manager when they fired at him and his colleagues without warning and under unclear circumstances, it has emerged.The victim, Mr Norbert Mangena, sustained abdominal injuries, when a bullet hit his back, exiting through the front.He is now suing police for US$513 750 for “unlawful arrest, pain and suffering, loss of...

HIV AIDS Cure: Meet The First Man To Be Fully Cured Of HIV

I have learnt that medical science is capable of wonders. Some may say miracles. People, including myself, once believed that HIV could not be cured. My case proves that it can be cured.I was diagnosed with HIV in 1995 and started taking low-dose AZT — the only available remedy at the time.Back then, HIV was still considered a death sentence....

Prophet MBORO To Be Jailed For Abusing Congregants

Self-styled prophet Paseka Motsoeneng, also known as Prophet Mboro, may land up in jail. The Incredible Happenings Ministries leader has on three occasions failed to cooperate with a committee set up to investigate the commercialisation of religion and abuse of people's belief system. The commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religions and Linguistic Communities (CRL) summoned...

Kelly Khumalo Tells It All In Interview

When controversial singer, Kelly Khumalo took to the couch on The Close Up this week, she revealed a side to her many of us have never seen. From finding her father to nearly losing her soul, here’s what Kelly Khumalo said: A childhood of abuse Kelly was raised by her mom and her “father” Titus. Although as a child Kelly says she...

Maybe Its Nyaope? – I Don’t Know How To Stop Laughing! : President Jacob Zuma Says

CAPE TOWN - President Jacob Zuma laughed and chortled his way through his question and answer session in the National Assembly yesterday. Facing Members of Parliament (MPs) for the last time in a year that has seen the economy shrink, a nationwide student protest over fees and drought and water shortages grip the land, Zuma admitted he didn’t know how...

SABC CEO Suspended

JUST four months into his top-paying job, SABC CEO Frans Matlala has been slapped with immediate suspension. SABC spokesman Kaizer Kganyago confirmed yesterday that Matlala was suspended pending an investigation. The broadcaster’s group executive of news and current affairs, Jimi Matthews, will be acting GCEO. The organisation indicated it would not comment further on the matter until all processes had been finalised. When...

South Africa Fires 47 UN Peacekeeping Soldiers For Violating Curfew

Johannesburg - The South African military said on Wednesday it had dismissed 47 peacekeepers serving in the UN mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo for violating curfew. South African National Defence Force (SANDF) spokesperson Brigadier General Xolani Mabanga said the soldiers were fired for breaking a "curfew in the Eastern Congo where they were based" in September. The soldiers actions...

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