December 12, 2018


It’s irresponsible and unkind – Somizi


Radio personality comments on his alleged gay relationship with DJ Prince Kaybee Popular South African choreographer and radio personality Somizi Mhlongo has described media reports of him dating Prince Kaybee as malicious and irresponsible. Somizi’s reaction follows suggestions that he and award winning DJ Prince Kaybee were romantically involved. The rumours were sparked by the two pictures posted on instagram of the duo while at the OR Tambo airport last Saturday. The tag-line in one of the pictures posted on Somizi’s instagram read: “Delayed flight. I don’t mind. For obvious reasons. I’m Charlotte @princekaybee_sa” A minute later Somizi posted the…

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Chiefs want council inclusion speeded


Respecting traditional leadership . . . From left; Cogta deputy minister Obed Bapela, Minister Des Van Rooyen , Bakoena King Thokoana Mopeli and MEC for Cogta Sisi Ntombela  during a visit to Bakoena Royal House at Namahadi in QwaQwa Traditional leaders in Maluti-A-Phofung local council say while they appreciate support given by provincial government, they are concerned by the delay in including them in the running of the municipality. Executive mayor Vusi Tshabalala announced at a summit in Phuthaditjhaba last month that traditional leaders would be co-opted into the council. The leaders told the minister of cooperatives governance, human settlement…

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Child murders rile Mashinini


The MEC for police, roads and transport Sam Mashinini has harsh words for whoever is behind the recent brutal murder of two children in QwaQwa – the long arm of the law will definitely catch up with them soon. A shell shocked Mashinini condemned the killings in the strongest terms and assured the local community that he would ensure the perpetrators are brought to book. “I cannot comprehend how a human being can conduct such brutality. We cannot allow criminals like these in our communities. No criminal in this province will escape the hand of the law, that is a…

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