• Siphesihle Ndaba latest news

    Mazet, portrayed by Siphesihle Ndaba on the popular show Gomora, has surprised fans with her choice of Friday night activities. While many celebrities in Mzansi enjoy going out for drinks and live shows on Friday nights, Mazet prefers something entirely different. She opts for a solo vacation at the Indian Ocean, demonstrating her preference for solitude and personal time. In both her character on Gomora and real life, Mazet appears to be a reserved person.…

  • Mother arrested for killing four children

    The director of Khula Community Development, Petros Majola, has expressed shock and dismay following the tragic killing of four children by their mother in Engcobo’s Mhlabubomvu. The mother, a 32-year-old woman, allegedly bludgeoned her children, aged between two and 11, to death with a four-pound hammer. According to Majola, it is believed that the mother committed this horrific act to ensure that her children would not be left behind when she passed away. The motive…

  • mum dumps baby girl in Durban

    A heartbreaking incident unfolded when a three-month-old infant was discovered abandoned near a stream, accompanied by an apology note written by her mother. The mother explained in the letter that she felt she had no other choice after failing to receive assistance from social services. The baby girl, found in good health, was left with a bag containing nappies, a bottle of milk, and a pacifier. The discovery was made by a man picking mangoes…

  • Siyacela latest news

    Condolences continue pouring in following the sad news of the passing of Mthandeni Dlamuka, a cast member and reverend on the reality TV show Isencane Lengane. Bab’ Dlamuka, as he was affectionately known, had been part of the show since its first season in 2019. He was the father of Siyacela Dlamuka, one of the teen husbands married to Thando Msomi. Siyacela shared the news of his father’s passing on Facebook, expressing his heartache and…

  • Dakalo Molope sangoma

    Dakalo Molope, known for her role as Motshabi on Scandal, recently underwent a significant life change. Eight months ago, she embarked on a journey to attend an initiation school and complete ukuthwasa in order to become a sangoma. Balancing school, work, and initiation school was challenging for her, but she embraced her unique calling and accepted that she was different from other teenagers. It all started when Dakalo began experiencing visions, nightmares, and other physical…