A photograph of a Zimbabwean man dressed in ladies underwear has gone viral in the small town of Mvurwi.
The man identified as Brandsen Chiweshe aka B.C who is now based in South Africa is believed to have shared the photo to a WhatsApp group some time in 2014. It seems the photo reached BC’s home town 3 years later.
In the photo BC is standing next to a white car with Zimbabwean model Kumbirai Bosha, who featured in Winky D’s ‘Chiramu’ music video, holding him from behind.
ANC Top 6 member Zweli Mkhize believes that President Jacob Zuma’s wanton ignoring of his party’s concerns over this week’s Cabinet reshuffle shows that he has gone on his own and that the party no longer comes first.
In a statement issued on Saturday morning‚ Mkhize‚ the ANC’s treasurer general and once staunch Zuma ally‚ confirmed Number One did not consult other members of the Top 6 when making the changes – something that always happens with reshuffles. Read more
The Minister of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development, Nyasha Chikwinya, might have allegedly lied to Parliament about the establishment of a women’s bank.
The Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Jacob Mudenda, on Thursday slammed the minister for making inconsistent statements to the August House on the issue.
He ordered Chikwinya to make a Ministerial statement to the House to establish the facts.
Chikwinya faces contempt of Parliament if she fails to present the statement.
Adv Mudenda said Chikwinya’s actions might be seen as lying. Read more
South Africa needs to “radically transform” its economy, the country’s new finance minister has said.
The treasury has been seen for too long as belonging to “big business, powerful interests and international investors,” Malusi Gigaba said.
“This is a people’s government,” he told his first news conference since President Jacob Zuma fired his respected predecessor, Pravin Gordhan.
Thursday night’s sacking shook markets and divided the ruling party.
Mr Gordhan’s sudden dismissal, part of a reshuffle affecting nine ministers, led to a 5% plunge in the value of the currency, the rand.
The ruling African National Congress’ deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, called it “totally, totally unacceptable” and ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe also opposed it. Read more
An unidentified man who’s no doubt one of the biggest fans of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West decided to stay loyal by getting the names of the celebrity couple on his left and right legs.
A shocking video clip released on T.B. Joshua’s ‘Emmanuel TV’ YouTube channel purporting to show hordes of demon-possessed attendees in his church receiving ‘deliverance’ has evoked controversy.
The clip, which was released almost simultaneously on the cleric’s popular YouTube and Facebook accounts, shows Joshua moving amidst congregants during his church service at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday 26th March 2017.
The reaction is uncanny as multiple people begin to fall, quiver and scream even without physically being prayed for by the controversial cleric.
“Demons spontaneously shriek as the anointing sweeps throughout the auditorium and freedom kicks bondage out perpetually, coupled with instant healing for the sick and afflicted,” reads part of the clip’s description on YouTube which runs for over twenty minutes.
Amidst the eerie cries of the possessed, several individuals with difficulties in walking and breathing claimed to receive healing at the touch of the pastor, including a Mexican man who travelled to Nigeria from USA to receive prayer. Read more