Former Big Brother Africa winner, Wendall Parson is facing two lawsuits after he failed to pay back money owed to his mother and another relative amounting to $83, 000.
According to the court papers, Wendall’s mother, Gillian Jackson claimed that her son failed to pay back the money she advanced him on several occasions. Read more
Gospel diva, Amanda Sagonda’s property has been attached by the Messenger of Court. The gospel musician is allegedly owing about US$5 000 in rental arrears.
Her husband, Tinashe Machimbira confirmed the incident.
“I can confirm that indeed some of our property was attached by the Messenger of Court at our place. This is because of alleged outstanding rentals. I have not yet seen the papers but I have been told that it’s a figure of about US$5 000.
MUSIC fans in Johannesburg and Pretoria are in for a rare treat when celebrated chanter Tocky Vibes and Ex-Q perform in Gauteng on March 3 and 4 respectively.
The duo will also share the stage with Dhadza D and Munaz.
The two shows will be held at House 28 and Ekhurhuleni Boksburg, courtesy of Burmris. Read more
My son Noah is “all boy” — he loves sports and was in gymnastics for four years. He’s always showing off his flips and being Mr. Center of Attention, which he usually gets to be anyway because he’s my only child and the only grandchild in my extended family.
Still, he loves our “cuggle” time, which is what he’s called cuddling since he was a baby.
Back then and often now, we take baths together. It started out mostly as a matter of convenience and saving time, but he still prefers to take showers with me.
Around 4 or 5 years old, he started noticing things and asking questions. I tried to address them in an age-appropriate, non-judgmental manner: “These are the parts mommies and girls have, and those are the parts daddies and boys have.”
We also talked about who is allowed to touch our private parts. I’d gently remind him, “This is Mommy’s private area, only for me to touch.” I never want him to be ashamed or embarrassed of naked bodies. Read more
British Government has rejected calls to cancel Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK despite more than a million people signing a petition demanding he be uninvited in the wake of his Muslim travel ban.
A Downing Street source dismissed the petition, which claims his visit would embarrass the Queen, as ‘a populist gesture’. And they blasted the suggestion that the President’s state visit could be scrapped, saying it would ‘undo everything’ that Theresa May achieved during her visit to the White House on Friday.
But Theresa May faced growing pressure to cancel or postpone President Trump’s state visit today as senior Tories joined calls for a rethink. Read more
SOUTH Africa: a Zimbabwean student died Sunday afternoon in Port Elizabeth after he was swept out to sea in rip currents at Sardinia Bay beach, officials have confirmed.
A spokesman for the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said the 22-year-old man was studying in Port Elizabeth.
His parents were also visiting him from Zimbabwe at the time and are being helped by the police’s trauma counsellors.
According to News24, when the man disappeared under the water at the beach, which NSRI spokesperson Chris Lambinon described as ”barely accessible”, a massive rescue operation was activated. Read more
Miss France Iris Mittenaere, Miss Haiti Raquel Pelissier and Miss Colombia Andrea Tovar were the top three contestants at the Miss Universe 2017. Miss France, Iris Mittenaere won the crown, while Pelissier was the first runner-up and Tovar the second-runner-up.
Mittenaere, 24, is a Parisian native, currently pursuing a degree in dental surgery. She plans to use her Miss Universe platform to advocate for dental and oral hygiene. Read more
FT: United 4 Wigan 0. Goals from Fellaini, Smalling, Mkhitaryan and Schweinsteiger send the Reds into the Emirates FA Cup fifth round!
Ghana booked their place in the semi finals in Gabon with a 2-1 win over DRC who gave a spirited performance but could not over power Ghana’s resilience. DRC dominated in the first half of the match but could not find the net.
In the second half Ghana took control of the game and drew first blood through a brilliant effort by Jordan Ayew.
Second goal came after what looked like a foul in the box by a DRC player, the referee pointed to the spot which was converted by Andre Ayew to give Ghana a 2-1. Congrats to the Black Stars!!!
A US$5 million water processing plant is set to be established in Mt Hampden to meet the needs of consumers in the wake of massive housing developments currently taking place in the area.
The establishment of the multi-million dollar water processing plant is one of several capital projects that Zvimba Rural District Council is set to embark on this year going forward.
ZVIMBA RDC CEO, Mr Peter Hlohla said the local authority is still doing the computations to come up with the actual project cost, but estimates are that it to be in the region of US$5 million. Read more