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Zimbabwean Politicians Argue Over Crocodiles, Underwear Theft

Harare - As the nation of Zimbabwe battles a severe drought, unemployment and total collapse of industry and infrastructure, politicians and ministers from Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF are not mapping any way forward, instead they are engaged in fierce battles over Crocodiles, Totems, Underwear Theft and Radios stolen in the 1970's. Sniping around these topics highlights the intensifying battles in Zimbabwe's faction-ridden ruling...

Free State Teacher Beats Pupil To Death For Failing To Do Homework

A Free State mother wants a teacher arrested for severely and repeatedly assaulting her daughter with a hose-pipe for failing to do her homework. Eight-year-old Nthabiseng Mtambo died at a hospital in Bethlehem on Sunday after her Grade 3 teacher at Reatile Primary School in Petsana township, near Reitz, continuously beat her on the head with a hose-pipe,Sowetan reported on...

Our Children Are Starving

Nearly a million children across southern and eastern Africa are suffering from "severe acute malnutrition" after two years of drought and the strongest El Niño weather effects in 50 years.   The disclosure, by the UN Children's Fund, was made as a senior World Bank official warned that the drought was impoverishing thousands of South Africans. Catriona Purfield, the bank's programme leader...

Cops Probe Soap-Star Crash

Generations the legacy actor Rapulana Seiphemo
As actor and film producer Rapulana Seiphemo undergoes treatment at Milpark Hospital after being involved in a car crash, police are investigating a case of culpable homicide.   The 48-year-old actor, who plays Tau Mogale on Generations: The Legacy, was involved in an accident on Sunday night that left two people dead and two others, including Seiphemo, critically injured. Two people escaped...

Woman Tells Malema He Has No Authority To Talk About SOUTH AFRICAN Land, He Isn’t Khoisan

A woman attending a Cape Chamber of Commerce debate challenged EFF leader Julius Malema over his statements about land saying he did not have authority over the issue.   "Mr Malema, you have no authority to talk about land." "The Khoisan is the only authoritative voice which can talk about land," she said to loud applause and some cheers. The woman said the...

Lily Mine Safety Officer Commits Suicide

Johannesburg - Lily Mine's safety officer has committed suicide, Mpumalanga police said on Wednesday.   Tonga police spokesperson Lieutenant Mzwandile Nyambi said Nico Cronje took his own life on Monday morning. “I can confirm the incident, but at this stage there is no more information available. We will keep you updated as the investigation progresses. We also don’t know what the motive...

I Welcomed My Kids’ Killers Into My House – Grieving Mother

Johannesburg - A grieving mother said on Wednesday she was battling to accept that she opened the door of her home to her children's killers.   "I am very sad that they killed my children. I opened the door and left them with my children on a daily basis. They were supposed to protect and not kill the innocent and I...

Dead Son ‘Opens Coffin and Hugs Mother’ During Funeral

A family mourning the death of their little boy have released haunting footage of the seven-year-old’s wake which appears to show a balloon comforting the family. Two videos released by grieving mother Joy Ganda Vibar-Alamares, from The Philippines, after her son Trebby’s wake show helium balloons gravitating from behind the coffin to those grieving. The family say they believe that the...

Malema And Maimane Form A New Party

New filtering through is satirically pointing to the breaking news that DA leader Mmusi Maimane and EFF chief whip Julius Malema have joined hands to form a political party, People Against Zuma (PAZ).   Following the rather disastrous SONA event which saw the EFF ultimately walking out of the assembly, Mmusi and Julius realized that they have the same enemy and...

South Africa And Zimbabwe To Merge Into One Country!!

South Africa and Zimbabwe have elevated bilateral relations with the signing on Tuesday of two major agreements set to benefit both countries when South African President Jacob Zuma met with his Zimbabwean counterpart, Robert Mugabe, on Tuesday at the Union Buildings. Mugabe is on his third state visit to South Africa since 1994. The agreements signed were: a merger agreement to be led...

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