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AKA and Bonang Cheating Claims

South African rapper AKA has slammed rumours that he is cheating on TV personality Bonang Matheba. The star couple have been dating for two years.

Yesterday, Sunday Sun reported that the rapper was spotted with his alleged ‘side chick’ Nicole Nyaba at the viewing of Floyd Mayweather fight at Hard Rock Cafe in Sandton.

Nyaba, a model who doubles up as a video vixen, is popular on Instagram for sharing racy pictures.

The Durban beauty has denied allegations of a secret love affair with AKA, while the rapper has slammed it as “bulls**t”.

AKA reportedly told TshisaLIVE that the rumours “bullsh*t” and challenged anyone with proof of the alleged affair to come forward.

“It is not true. The claims are ridiculous. Someone just took a picture with my car and now I am cheating? I read the article and I think it is bullsh*t. In fact, I want anyone with pictures proving she was at the boxing with me to come forward,” he said.

“I don’t usually comment on my personal life but it is ridiculous. Me and Bonang are happy. It would have been believable if we were not or if we had problems. But we are in a good space and have never been stronger. It won’t change our relationship because we don’t listen to what people say,” he added.

Bonang’s manager, Sylvester Chauke, refused to comment on her love life.


When a butt naked woman flying through the air with a broom not only scares the residents but scares the copstoo!

Residents from L section in KwaMashu, north of Durban said they heard loud footsteps on their roofsbefore stepping out to see what it was. They opened their to a horror scene when They claim to have seen an unknown naked woman flying from rooftop to rooftop on a broom!

When residents tried stopping her, she apparently just laughed at them and continued her roof hopping until they called the police – but that didn’t help either.

One of the residents, Nosipho Ngcongo (35) said they had never seen anything like this before. Nosipho said when the police arrived, the woman allegedly pulled a police woman out of the van and sat down on the seat. She shouted at the driver to get out. The male cop became scared and jumped out of the van.

“The woman moved into the driver’s seat. The next thing we saw her driving away,” said Nosipho.

“But the attempted escape in the cop van didn’t go well. She drove into a water meter and the van stopped.”

“It was a struggle but residents helped the cops and eventually they got the woman into the back of the van,” she said. Major Thulani Zwane confirmed that cops attended the scene. No case has been opened yet.

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When Karabo Mogane is not on stage or travelling to promote his debut album, Love Is A Verb, the Idols SA winner is having dinner with your parents’ favourite singer.

Karabo took to social media to post about meeting and having dinner with legendary award-winning US singer and songwriter, Bebe Winans. Now, breathe.

As if sitting down with Bebe is not enough, Karabo posted about what an honour that is and,plans of a duet in the future! “Wow this is a dream come true,” he posted.

Karabo and Bebe teamed up to do a short rendition of Bebe’s hit song, This Song. Karabo even dedicated the song to his mother.

The Nicky Minaj Pinkprint Tour will no longer be in Jozi for one day, but for two days.

The Pinkprint Tour will now invade Johannesburg’s Ticketpro Dome on 17 and 18 March 2016. The Durban leg of the tour will be at Moses Mabhida Stadium on 20 March 2016 while Cape Town’s Grand West Arena will host the last leg of the tour on 22 March 2016.

Tickets for the added concert dates are currently on sale at www.ticketpros.co.zaand Edgars stores.

Tour promoter David Airey mentioned how they’ve been blown away by South Africans’ response to the ‘I’m feeling myself’ hitmaker’s tour. “Tickets have literally been flying and we are thrilled that we could persuade her management to add an extra concert to accommodate the massive demand for tickets,” David said in a statement.

Teenage girls Raped by Seven Men

2 teenage girls have come to police with a case that they were both raped on two separate occasions by a total of 7 different suspects in a very short space of only two days.

Apparently the girls were headed to a hiking spot in Phuthaditjhaba in the Free State to get transport to Bethlehem, when they were offered a lift in a silver car. After arriving in Bethlehem the car took a different direction, heading towards Bloemfontein. The victims were taken to a house in Buitesig where they were raped by five men, while one man looked on. 

The teenage girls, aged 13 and 15 were allegedly gang raped on Thursday before being held overnight by the merciless thugs, and then dumped by the side of the road the next day. When here they were raped again by two homeless men. The two homeless men apparently approached them and forced them to a dumping site where they were raped. 

The Six thugs allegedly involved in the first rape incident have been arrested by the cops and are expected to appear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court soon. Cases of rape and kidnapping have been opened.

The two homeless men are still on the loose..

A brave wife saved her husband’s life after she pulled him from the jaws of a crocodile.

 Along the Okavango River that flows through Namibia, New Era reported.

Elizabeth Shintango described how she struggled to free her husband, Mathew Kativa, from the crocodile’s grip as it pulled him deeper into the river.

she thought she had lost her fight with the beast, along with her husband, when his hand surfaced from underneath the water.

Shintango said the crocodile attempted to charge at her husband one last time after she pulled him to safety, but then it retreated back into the river.

The husband was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was treated for a severed right hand, along with several other injuries.

Kativa remained stable as he continued to receive treatment.

The incident comes just a month after an 18-year-old girl survived a crocodile attack along the same river.

According to All Africa, the girl was wrestled from the beast’s jaws by a group of friends.

Although the crocodile did injure the young women’s leg, she was lucky to have walked away from the attack with her life.

New Era reports that there have been many crocodile attacks at the river, with one of the latest attacks resulting in the death of a schoolgirl who was swimming in the area.

Riverside residents have become increasingly susceptible to crocodile attacks in recent times, as many rely on the Okavango for water.

The students that were  suspended from the University of Pretoria after the horrific violent protests over Afrikaans at the institution. The EFF members and black students were specifically targeted in arrests and suspensions not the white students.

Several students expressed how unhappy they were  with the heavy security on campus as lectures resumed at the University of Pretoria on Monday, following protests over its language policy.

On Monday the woman who snatched baby Zephany Nurse reiterated her claim that she was not at Groote Schuur Hospital on the day of the kidnapping in 1997. The  woman was accused of snatching baby Zephany Nurse while her mother lay sleeping,

Before  the disappearance of the  infant’, she had last been to the hospital in Observatory in 199. After her then-husband severely assaulted her, and also later for gynaecological problems, the 51-year-old accused told the Western Cape High Court.

Raez Khan her lawyer, was questioning her. She may not be named to protect the teenager’s identity, said Khan. Khan said that “she is on trial on charges of kidnapping, fraud and contravention of the Children’s Act, to which she has pleaded not guilty”.

She told Judge John Hlophe that she next visited the facility on May 12, 1997, when her sister gave birth. She said she had taken baby Zephany along with her on that day.

 ‘Accused tried to steal my baby’

The Lavender Hill woman criticised the evidence of State witness Shireen Piet.

Last week Piet testified that the woman was in the maternity ward on the day Zephany Nurse was snatched. Piet  described the suspect as “having blonde hair with grey streaks”.

The Photos supplied of her in the months before and after the kidnapping showed her hair was dark.

Shireen had pointed the woman out in the accused’s box. She also testified that she tried to steal her own newborn baby girl hours before Zephany’s disappearance.

The 51-year-old denied this, saying the first time she saw Piet was at an ID parade last year. Piet had definitively pointed her out from a group of 11 women after five minutes.

The 51-year old accused testified that she met a woman called Sylvia in Tygerberg Hospital after suffering a miscarriage in December 1996. Sylvia said she helped those with fertility problems, and could arrange adoptions.

Seventeen years later…

The 51-year-old accused testified that she paid the R800 deposit for the medication to help her conceive.  Sylvia asked her if she would be open to adoption, after it did not work, .

In April, an unknown woman told the accused that Sylvia had sent her to hand over the baby, during a planned meeting at Wynberg Train Station. The 51-year-old said that no agreement was made for a baby to be given to her.

Despite her having previously told Sylvia she wanted to meet the baby’s mother and have all the child’s documents.

Sylvia previously told her the young mother did not want the child,while she thought something was amiss, . She told the court “I never saw Sylvia again and the child’s birth certificate arrived by mail at my home six years later”.

It was discovered that the baby was Zephany, who was abducted three days after birth, seventeen years later,.

The 51-year-old woman was arrested in February 2015. The matter came to light when the girl’s biological sister, who is four years younger, told her parents that a matric girl at her school bore a striking resemblance to her and her parents.

When the parents discovered the girl had the same birthday as the day their child disappeared, they reported it to police.After the  DNA tests confirmed the teen was indeed their daughter.

On Monday a small group of Wits University students  in Johannesburg disrupted a media briefing called by Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande and Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, chanting “Blade Must Fall”.

When Nzimande requested that only journalists ask him questions,the small group were angered . One student in the group shouted “Voetsek Blade”, before he and several others were pushed away by Nzimande’s bodyguards reacting to Nzimande’s request.

The Students then started chanting “Blade Must Fall”, while others threatened to set university buildings alight.

Minister Blade Nzimande said: “I will not dignify this with a response.”

Blade Nzimande and Nathi Nhleko had called the media briefing to outline each department’s role in the current unrest on university campuses.

Blade Nzimande said there was a fringe group that wanted to impose its views through violence. The involvement of security police was not their first choice, but he had a duty to protect university property said Blade Nzimande.

The security agencies would assess the situations at universities before outlining each department’s next move to contain the unrest at universities, said Nhleko.

“We will basically conduct a review and take stock of what the situation overall has been and what currently obtains and how we need to find a way of enforcing the law and re-cultivating the rule of law at our universities,” he said.

Last week, chaos erupted at various universities as student protests turned  very violent. Protesting students burnt down buildings, including the administration building at North West University Mahikeng Campus.

The Police in Pitermaritzburg are searching for a jogger whom they believe was killed by a drunk driver, who then allegedly dumped her body in Dalton.

A drunk driver allegedly lost control of his vehicle, struck the pair and allegedly continued to drive with the boyfriend’s body on the bonnet and Mkhasibe up against the windshield. The horrific accident, which is believed to have claimed the lives of the couple, occurred on Main Road, Dalton.

Sithabile Mkhasibe is 27-year-old, who is an engineer who had recently returned to the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands from the Eastern Cape to be closer to her family, has been missing since Friday night after she and her boyfriend were hit by a car while jogging.

Her boyfriend, who the police did not name on Sunday, eventually slid off the bonnet and was declared dead on the scene.

 There was a  third jogger, who was not injured, witnessed the incident.

Mkhasibe’s brother Andile Mlotshwa told The Witness police had informed him that the driver of the car that hit Mkhasibe, had allegedly admitted to police that he continued driving while Mkhasibe was stuck on the car windscreen and then dumped her body in a sugarcane field in Dalton. Dalton is a small town about 45 minutes outside of the provincial capital.

“The problem we have is that he is saying he cannot remember the exact spot that he dumped her body,” he said.

Mkhasibe’s frantic family are desperate, not knowing whether she is in a hospital, a mortuary or whether her lifeless body is lying in sugarcane field in Dalton is devastating them.

Andile Mlotshwa said that  they were alerting the public in the hope that she could be found, dead or alive.

He also said  that his sister had been visiting her boyfriend in Wartburg.

Andile Mlotshwa added by saying “he continued driving while my sister was stuck on the windshield. What we have been told is that he had noticed that she was not breathing anymore and then decided to dump her in a sugarcane field”.

Mlotshwa the brother to Sithabile, who said he was told the details of the incident by the SAPS, said the driver drove to the accident scene on Saturday where he was recognised by an eyewitness.

“Luckily police were already on the scene and also the other friend who had survived. He was able to identify him,” he said.

Mlotshwa said “my sister liked jogging to keep fit”.

Andile also said that “she was living a healthy lifestyle. She always encouraged us to also follow suit”.

Mkhasibe had recently “abandoned her good paying” job in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, to be close to family.

“Family was everything to her. That is why she abandoned her engineering job.

“She had her whole life ahead of her. She studied engineering at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and she had no children,” he said.

The Police spokesperson Major Thulani Zwane confirmed a case had been opened at Dalton police station.

“The 37-year-old driver of the car will appear [on Monday] at New Hanover Magistrate’s Court for a bail hearing.

According to Spokesperson Major Thulani Zwane “he is facing charges of culpable homicide and drunk driving” .

Zwane said the search for the missing body was still continuing.

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