Gossip Watchers: Mshoza and ex are broke, Mbau is preggies, Malema defiant, while Mariah Carey’s sister is crying

South Africa’s most popular weekly online gossip review/preview column is back. In this week’s installment we start at home. But before we get into the details let us congratulate the male Ukranian journalist who realised that it was a mistake trying to French kiss actor Will Smith like Smith was his girlfriend. He finally apologised … Continue reading “Gossip Watchers: Mshoza and ex are broke, Mbau is preggies, Malema defiant, while Mariah Carey’s sister is crying”

Will Swallows pull a Man City on Pirates?

History has a strange style of being repeated or rewritten! Like the previous season, the final Saturday of the season, next week, will see Orlando Pirates – who narrowly defeated Golden Arrows last season this time – looking to become the first back-to-back treble winners in South African football taking on the same team. On … Continue reading “Will Swallows pull a Man City on Pirates?”

There are changes in the ANCYL, haven’t you noticed?

THERE IS AN UPDATE TO THIS STORY (CLICK HERE TO READ) There have been changes in the ANCYL. You have noticed, haven’t you? A few people have been either expelled or suspended from the league following a long disciplinary hearing and appeals process. Yesterday night (Tuesday) saw the dawn of a new era in South … Continue reading “There are changes in the ANCYL, haven’t you noticed?”

Less people die in SAPS custody

Pretoria – Incidences of deaths in custody as a result of police actions or involvement have dropped by 7% from 860 to 797 over the past year. This was revealed by Police Deputy Minister Maggie Sotyu and Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) Executive Director Francois Beukman, who tabled the ICD’s Annual Report for 2010/11 on Thursday. … Continue reading “Less people die in SAPS custody”