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Somizi’s all lovey dove

Struggling media personality Somizi Mhlongo scored a new TV gig on DStv Moja Love. City Press has learned that Mhlongo has started filming a new dating show called Lovey Dovey, which is slated to premiere in February.

Cyril is the ANC’s last hope

The ANC will participate in the municipal elections on November 1 thanks to the popularity of President Cyril Ramaphosa, while the DA’s performance will be hampered by its participation at the polls with a leader who has not captured the imagination of the electorate.

That’s according to a poll commissioned by Media 24 on political trends among registered voters.

Last boost: ANC targets 11 million voters

As the last week before the election begins, political parties halt all they are doing to focus on the ultimate push of persuading South Africans to vote for them.

Terry: I don’t owe anyone

A bitter legal battle is gradually unfolding in the High Court in Johannesburg, involving famous actress Terry Pheto and children’s toy retailer Greenbean Learning Resources for more than R500,000 allegedly loaned to her and an associate ago. four years.

The battle for fiber leads to the fire in the home of the ANC adviser

The installation of the fiber was the spark that led to the burning of the house of an ANC adviser recently in Geluksdal, Tsakane, Ekurhuleni.

Desmond Buitendacht’s house was set on fire in the early hours of Thursday last week.

Lesufi withdraws assassination allegations

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi admitted that AfriForum did not pursue him and his children, and did not plan to murder them. It comes after Lesufi said two years ago at a press conference on the application and placement process for grade 1 and 8 students: “They [AfriForum] follow me, they follow my family, they follow my children, they try to attack me, they try to kill me. They try to go through all my bank accounts, they try to see who my friends are.

Covering up child rape: mother promises to fight

Northwestern woman whose child was allegedly raped by a school guard six years ago continues her fight in court as no action has been taken against the man, who also allegedly sexually assaulted her other underage girl.

Herman Mashaba’s Green Mambas plan to direct Jozi

This week, ActionSA chairman Herman Mashaba led his campaign in downtown Johannesburg, where he preached the message to “revitalize our inner cities” and deal decisively with immigration.

Boity wants R1m to work out with Bujy

Media personality Boity Thulo is said to have demanded former Metro FM host Bujy Bikwa R 1 million as part of a settlement agreement over an assault charge she brought against him.

Fees accumulate for a “fraudulent” forex trader

Five other fraud charges have been opened against cryptocurrency trader and self-proclaimed South African youngest millionaire Sandile Shezi.

“Covid or not, we are ready for matrix exams”

Even though they lament that they don’t have a Matrix Dance, this year’s Matrix students are eagerly waiting to start taking their final exams next week after a long year of studying under stressful Covid-19 conditions.

“I have always been a target” – Mandla Msibi

Former Mpumalanga MEC for Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs Mandla Msibi says there was a plot to assassinate him before he was arrested for double murder and attempted murder. murder.

The real epidemic of our time? A crisis of scientific knowledge

From a fundamental lack of understanding of what viruses are and how they infect their hosts and cause disease to misconceptions about how vaccines work, herd immunity and generally bad ideas about medicine and science , our generation is facing a crisis of medical and scientific knowledge, and progress is nil – with no hope in sight.

Al Jama-Ah worried about small parties

The emergence of new political parties in KwaZulu-Natal will make it a bit more difficult for existing small parties to gain support from the communities there.

Corruption the focal point in eThekwini

Unlike other metros that the ANC either lost to the opposition or retains under a coalition deal with other parties, eThekwini is still under its control – at least until November 1.

The IFP campaign “tribute” to Buthelezi

The IFP, which once ruled KwaZulu-Natal, is determined to use the upcoming local elections as a cornerstone to resurrect the province and ensure it can outperform the ruling party in the next general election.

Ace tries to quash the surveillance charge

Suspended ANC General Secretary Ace Magashule this week launched two key legal challenges that are likely to spark a confrontation when his fraud, corruption and money laundering case is referred to the High Court in Bloemfontein for the preliminary hearing Wednesday.

DA promises to do better in latest bid to lead Jozi

The DA used its daily voting system to improve its visibility in the city of Johannesburg after an initial drop the party experienced in early results.

Pharmacies in danger because the state does not pay for vaccines

Some independent pharmacies are at risk of closing their doors due to the non-payment by the national health department for the Covid-19 vaccines they administer.

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