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SPORTS

Check out Senzo Meyiwa's wife that he left behind (photos)

This is Mandisa Mkhize. Meyiwa's widower, a South African goalkeeper, is named Meyiwa. Senzo and Mandisa met for the first time in high school. A few years after their traditional wedding, they welcomed a beautiful daughter into the world. In 2013, Meyiwa was shot and killed by Kelly Khumalo at her house.

  2 months ago ago
Check out Senzo Meyiwa's wife that he left behind (photos)

ENTERTAINMENT

Is Muvhango getting cancelled? Read this

Everybody's supposed most loved Sunday paper drove with the story that SABC 2's most watch show, ' Muvhango," may be headed to shutting its entryways for all time if things don't change quick.  For as far back as five years the public telecaster, South African Broadcaster (SABC) has been employing its hacking  controls by cutting out a portion of our preferred nostalgic shows. First it was John and Malena on "Days of our Lives," at that point it was no Brooke and Ridge love triangle on "The Bold and the Beautiful."

  1 year ago ago
Is Muvhango getting cancelled? Read this

POLITICS

South African Rand is celebrating 60 years since it was introduced in 1961.

South African Rand, Zuid Afrikaanse Rand (ZAR) in Dutch; from Ridge on which Gold was discovered in South Africa in 1880s, the WitwatersRand:   Introduced in 1961, Was stronger than US Dollar until 1982.The South African Rand was introduced February 14, 1961, replacing Round Sterling as legal tender, at two Rand = 1 Pound 10 shillings. 1961 was also the year the country became a republic and left the Commonwealth of Nations following a whites-only referendum. Fear of imminent black communist rule in late

  11 months ago ago
South African Rand is celebrating 60 years since it was introduced in 1961.

HEALTH

Community members playing their part to curb the spread of Corona virus

The AM4C YOUTH LEAGUE under the leadership of Mr Ash Moodley joined forces with Mr Wesley Naiker the AM4C area leader of SEZELA for Wesley and his team to roll out a very successful distribution of face masks and soaps to the community of Sezela today. The aim of the program was to educate about the importanc of hygiene and social distancing as well as equip the elderly, pensioners, and chronic patients with dust masks and soaps. This program was received with great appreciation. The residents of New Deli,

  1 year ago ago
Community members playing their part to curb the spread of Corona virus