A fee of R300-per-person seminar apparently to equip women with skills to get a man to fund their maintenance, is still set and going ahead even after the SABC labelled it as a scam.
According to “seduction expert” and author Mandisa O Mahlobo, who will lead the seminar, “money and libido are directly related”.
“There is something about a giving man that makes us wet! So dear men, Girlfriend Allowance is actually more for your benefit than us! Let’s meet and talk Divas!” she captioned the event’s poster on Facebook.
Yesterday, Mandisa came out to say that she would be meeting the SABC.
Her post on Facebook past Monday explained that a girlfriend allowance was a gift that a man gave to “his woman willingly because he thinks of her as a queen not a prostitute”.
“He understands that his queen needs to be able to pamper herself from time to time and beautify herself for both of them. Look, give it, don’t give it, whatever action you choose, will tell us a lot about your manhood.”
The planned seminar has received mixed reactions from public with many women agreeing they deserve a monthly allowance for their upkeep and beauty maintenance, while others argued it was sexist. Some men sort of agreed and said the stipend would keep their girlfriends from dumping them to walk off with other men who would give them this “Girlfriend Allowance.”
“I don’t get an allowance and I think I should get one to buy all the things like lingerie that are needed to impress my boyfriend. He should pay for that,” a Johannesburg information technology specialist said.
But clinical sexologist Elna McIntosh said a girlfriend allowance was a form of “transactional sex on a higher scale. It’s a modern form of prostitution.”
IVY Events and Promotions owner Lesego Moloi yesterday said it had planned a meeting with the SABC to finalise the venue.
The infamous ‘Michael Padayachee, who was sentenced to 24 years in prison for the 2012 rape charge of his partner, as well as attempted kidnapping, assaulting their baby as well as the non-domestic assault of a man in a tavern. Believe it or not, is well connected and logged into his social media from his Westville prison cell.
Micheals’s 84 online friends are his relatives, policemen and friends from Phoenix, his former neighbourhood.
From posts such as Padayachee posting photographs of himself in a clean plain white T-shirt, with a seemingly expensive shimmering gold wrist watch while raising his fingers in a peace sign, to his online friend’s commenting and complementing the inmate.
“Looking lovely, bro,” was the comment of a women, before Michael replied saying: “I’m also on Whatsapp, here’s my number 0** *** ****.
This is definitely not new to Padayachee and peers, In 2013 an investigation was launched to find out how he while in waiting in jail was able to harass his victim on Facebook and by phone. To later having a prison official to allegedly verbally abused this woman for reporting the harassment to his superiors. He was also investigated.
Padayachee’s current Facebook profile was activated in July 2015, and His most recent post was yesterday afternoon.
The Justice and Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela said: “prisoners are not allowed to use social media at all, the department is currently handling a number of complaints from the public about prisoners using Facebook. We’ve investigated many instances and those found guilty have faced the music, including the extension of their mandatory incarceration period before placement on parole,” he said.
He further went on to say: “We are using state-of-the-art technology to detect cellphone activity in high-risk facilities … We believe we are winning the war in the interests of public safety.”
Authorities had found that cellphones were being smuggled into prisons on order for inmates to have “contact with the outside world and continue with their businesses or operations whilst incarcerated, or orchestrate crime”.
He said airtime could be used to barter for tobacco, sugar and coffee (R3 of airtime buys two spoonsful of sugar and one of coffee), and as payment for having laundry done (R15 of airtime).
“The days of cellphones and having airtime in correctional centres are numbered because the cellphone detection technology is progressively gaining root,” Wolela said.
AKA has come out guns blazing against all media personnel, news, tabloids and everybody who thought his personal life was up for discussion. The Rapper said that he was tired of his personal life always being under scrutiny and opened for negative discussion.
Kiernan Jarryd Forbes also known as AKA, took to twitter to address the running commentary surrounding his separation with baby-mama DJ Zinhle
It’s been six months since their break-up with Zinhle but they are still a hot topic even today.
Bonang Matheba and AKA strongly denied the rumours of their rumoured affair to be the reason for Zinhle and AKA separating, saying that they were not in a relationship and have no idea why Zinhle would say that, This after Zinhle publicly claimed the reason for the break was because the two were having an affair.
A Mozambican hotel staff member confirmed that the two were on a vacation together a few weeks ago… This story broke headlines all over Mzansi.
On Sunday evening, the 27 year old Rapper took to twitter and went on the rampage, making it clear that they have moved on with their lives.
“It’s actually quite ridiculous how people are taking my separation with the mother of my child, worse than the mother of my child,” he wrote.
Rapper AKA went on to add that this is the last time he will address this issue.
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Loss of sexual desire, known in medical terms as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), is the most common form of sexual dysfunction among women of all ages. A recent study showed that nearly one-third of women aged 18 to 59 suffer from a lost interest in sex.
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Why do women torture themselves by taking in a rabaki?
This man is nothing but headache. He gets into your house with a mere baki and all he does is sit around whole day watching TV and waiting to be fed like a child.
And then abuti o seems to think he can call the shots although he has nothing to contribute. And when he feels like it, he demands sex as if it is owed to him.
What kind of a man sits around and does nothing while his woman goes to work and brings home the groceries? The least he could do is get off his backside and do some housework but he doesn’t even do that!
Instead he comes with his own set of rules and starts ordering the woman and her children around as if he’s the king of the house.
Like Bra Spokes H sang: “Se o fihla ka melao, se o raha bo mamati, se o tebela baeti, ase ha hao mona.
Se o hana le bana ba seha bo diCheese mona.
Se o rwaka bo le lapa, so tebela le lapp, ase ha hao mona. O keni ka baki, o tlatswa ka baki.”
Who the hell does he think he is, throwing tantrums, kicking down doors when he is drunk and chasing away visitors?
He forgets it’s not his house but just came with a baki.
The only thing more irritating than the rabaki is the woman who allows it.
You want to hang around with a loser like that? Guess what! You will end up trying to raise a grown man who refuses to stop being a baby.
I miss the good old days when a man went out to work for his wife and kids. Lately it seems more men are happy to lie on the couch watching bad television and being rabakis.
Wake up, ladies! It’s time to get rid of the losers. Find yourself a decent man. Find a man who acts like a man!