EXPOSED: Senzo Meyiwa Was Born in 1987 – His Twin in 1982!!!!

Senzo Meyiwa always maintained (in fact, insisted) that he was born on the 24th of September 1987. However, an epitaph on Siya Meyiwa’s tombstone “stipulates” he was born in 1982. For those who don’t read, Siya is Senzo’s late twin brother.

Let’s get this right: the two were born twins, yet are five years apart. This is either MAGIC or someone LIED about his age (you do the math!!!)…

Anyway, Sunday World and The Juice are reporting that Senzo Meyiwa’s family wants to dig up his grave. This is reportedly because they want to reunite him with his twin brother Siya, who drowned when he was in Grade 2.

According to the tabloid, the boys were swimming at Isiphingo beach with their father, Sam, and a friend. While Senzo was rescued, it was too late to help Siya.

The paper is reporting that Siya’s remains will be exhumed from Madlakeni Cemetery and put in the same grave with Senzo at Heroes Acre in Chesterville, KwaZulu-Natal. This is apparently according to Zulu tradition, which states that twins must be buried next to each other.

A close family friend told Sunday World that the Meyiwas were in talks with government.

”The family held a meeting where it was discussed that two people who were born at the same time cannot sleep in two separate places. They have to be laid to rest together.”

A senior KZN government official confirmed that a request was made by the family. “The matter is now being discussed within government but I don’t think a decision will be made soon. Things like this normally take months because of its legal nature. All due process has to be followed.”

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Meet Zuma’s Nyatsi!!!

ELLEN TSHABALALA’S qualifications as SABC board chairwoman have been questioned. But Sunday Sun can now reveal that she did graduate…


Ellen and the “father of the nation” have allegedly been an item for years. And this well-kept secret has become the subject of gossip in the corridors of power, at Luthuli House and Parliament.

When asked to comment on the allegations yesterday, Ellen Tshabalala said: “What is your agenda? she asked. “Niyasihlukumeza (You are harassing me) on a Saturday by phoning me.

“Do you want to discredit the President? My answer to your entire enquiry is, no one is protecting me and I don’t have a relationship with the President,” she said.

But no fewer than four independent sources close to the President have confirmed the rumours. These sources have requested anonymity for fear of losing their jobs.

Source No 1 made these allegations to the People’s Paper: “This is what we call a well-known secret. It’s actually an old story. They have a thing for each other.

“The woman is behaving like this because she has protection from him. She is a diva of note and very pompous.

She won’t listen to you because she has a direct line to Number One – both to his office and in bed.

“Her rise to the SABC leadership was not a mistake but by influence from Number One. Zuma has lots of wives but Ellen is a makhwapheni who knows her place,” said the source.

Source No 2 claimed: “The president used to visit her house in Bryanston and leave his bodyguards outside. Unfortunately, Zuma can’t marry her and she knows it.

“He can’t afford to marry her as he has a lot on his plate with Nkandla and Gupta. Another wife could create a scandal.”

Source No 3 alleged: “Zuma’s thing with Ellen goes beyond a working relationship. He used to go to see her only at night.  

Her ex-husband was kicked out of the house on a number of occasions when he was there to visit his kids. When Zuma arrived, the poor ex-husband was told to leave immediately.”

Source No 4 alleged that the hot affair has been going on for more than four years. “When the President got married to Bongi Ngema in 2012, Ellen was hoping it was going to be her. She pressurised him to marry her but she failed,” said the insider.

Last week, when the Sun Team asked Zuma’s spokesman Mac Maharaj for a comment on the allegations, he said: “Konakele Konakele Madoda! (Things are bad).

Ellen is the second chairwoman of a state parastatal to be linked with the President. Last week Mail Guardian claimed that our busy-in-the-bedroom president was in an intimate relationship with high-flying SAA chair, Dudu Myeni.

Tshabalala is currently caught up in a controversy over her qualifications. She allegedly lied about her academic record, claiming an uncompleted course of study as a full university degree. She continues to defend her position despite strong evidence against her.

Last week the matter reached the Western Cape High Court, which ruled against her. This has paved the way for a parliamentary committee to start investigating Tshabalala.

Last year, reports suggested that the royal family in Swaziland is growing impatient with President Zuma for not marrying Princess Sebentile Dlamini. He paid lobola for Sebentile in 2002 but has not moved forward with the marriage. Sebentile would have been his fifth wife.  

Zuma currently has four wives but has been married six times. His wife Kate died and he divorced Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. – Sunday Sun

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Kelly Khumalo Not Welcome at Meyiwa’s Funeral

Johannesburg – Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa’s family have barred his girlfriend and mother of his child, Kell Khumalo, from attending his funeral in Durban, The New Age reported on Wednesday.

“The service is open to anyone who wants to come to pay their last respects to Senzo, but that girl [Kelly Khumalo] is not welcome. She mustn’t even think about coming,” Meyiwa’s father, Samuel was quoted as saying.

Gauteng detective unit head Maj-Gen Norman Taioe told reporters in Johannesburg that Meyiwa was shot in his upper body while visiting his girlfriend, singer and actress Kelly Khumalo, in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, on Sunday night.

Two men entered the house as the 27-year-old national team and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper and captain and his friends were leaving. One of the attackers was waiting outside.

“Senzo and his friends were leaving when the two entered the house. One of the attackers bumped into the first friend and a scuffle ensued,” Taioe said on Monday.

One shot was fired inside the house, and two more were fired randomly outside. The three fled the scene with a stolen cellphone.

A reward of up to R250 000 was being offered for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of the killers.

Police have released identikits of two dreadlocked men with gold teeth believed to be involved in Meyiwa’s shooting.

Meyiwa would be buried in Durban on Saturday. – Channel24

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Bonang Matheba to Dazzle the MTV EMA Red Carpet

She presented an award at MTV’s first ever Africa Music Awards in Durban this past July, now – red carpet queen Bonang Matheba, will be jetting off to the city of Glasgow, to cover MTV’s European Music Awards red carpet, alongside South Africa’s top online pop culture and entertainment hub Zalebs SA.

Although the awards are taking place on the 09th of November, Bonang will make her way to finding out what the world’s musical A-listers have to say about everything that is anything on 06th November.

“After having produced my own red carpet show for the South African Music Awards, and sharpening up my expertise as a broadcast professional, I am more than ready to do what I love the most on international platforms like the EMA’s. This opportunity is a showcase of Africa’s growth and involvement in the bigger picture of the international business of entertainment – I’m really exhilarated to be representing African media at MTV’s EMA red carpet”, said Queen B*

“ I can’t think of anybody more fitting for this kind of experience. Bonang is SA’s biggest celebrity and she’ll be on the Red Carpet of one of the biggest events in the world of music. If that’s not putting the nation on the map, I’m not sure what is,” added Celebrity News Specialist and Zalebs Editor Tinashe Venge.

While Bonang gets ready to tell the continent what the super rich and famous of the international music scene were wearing and getting up to on a red carpet fit for the world’s biggest music awards, Mzansi stands in full support of its home grown star as it awaits to hear from her, what the who’s who of the global music scene felt about their nominations and ultimately, who walks away with the highly contested European Music Award – Best African Act.

Stay tuned for more news on Bonang’s road to the EMAs and make sure you keep up with the red carpet maven as “Bonang Takes Glasgow”. The MTV EMAs will air on MTV Ch130 on Sunday, 09th November at 9:00pm CAT.

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Zuma’s Housewives Cost Taxpayers R54.6-million

It cost South Africa R54.6-million to support the country’s first ladies during President Jacob Zuma’s first term in office.

The average annual cost of the Presidential Spousal Support Unit for the last four years of former president Thabo Mbeki’s administration, from 2005 to 2008, was R7.1-million.

In Zuma’s first term, the average rose to R10.9-million a year – an increase of R3.8-million.

In response to questions, the spokesman for the president, Mac Maharaj, said the unit cost R7.877-million in 2010-11; R11.165-million in 2011-12; R7.068-million in 2012-13 and R13.019-million in 2013-14.

The last time information was made publicly available on the unit was in February 2010 when the Presidency revealed in response to a parliamentary question that during Zuma’s first year in office, 2009 to 2010, the unit cost R15.517-million.

According to the Presidency’s website, the spousal office falls under the president’s private office and is designed to support “the spouses of the president and deputy president in their partnership role in presidential, ceremonial, state and executive functions and in all other duties and responsibilities related to their positions as spouses”.

Maharaj said: “There appears to be a belief in the media that government pays for the maintenance of the spouses of the president. This is grossly incorrect. The spouses pay their own living or household expenses, be it food, mortgages, lights, water and so forth.

“Nothing is paid for by the state in the four households of the spouses.”

The specifics of the costs that are covered by the state, according to the Presidency, include:

* Personal support staff (a private secretary and researcher);

* Domestic and international air travel and accommodation for official visits approved by the president;

* Cellular phones for spouses and their secretaries;

* IT equipment such as laptops and printers; and

* A special daily allowance for incidental expenses during official journeys.

There are four officially recognised first ladies at the moment: Bongi Ngema, Sizakele Khumalo-Zuma, Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma and Tobeka Madiba-Zuma.

The unit also provides services to Dr Tshepo Motsepe, wife of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Annual reports for the Presidency have historically been guarded about the amount spent on the unit and no information of any sort on the cost of the unit has been available since 2010.

The reports did, however, previously carry a report on the work undertaken by the first ladies over the course of the financial year.

The Presidency’s 2006 annual report carried three pages of feedback on the work undertaken by then first lady Zanele Mbeki.

Such information stopped being reported on towards the end of Mbeki’s tenure.

Maharaj said: “The spouses undertake some community work on a voluntary basis based on their areas of interest.

“For example, Mrs Nompumelelo Zuma focuses on social development issues such as orphans and vulnerable children, Mrs Tobeka Zuma focuses on health especially breast cancer awareness, Mrs Bongi Ngema on health, especially diabetes and Mrs Sizakele Zuma focuses on food security and agriculture.”

The cost of state support for the unit has drawn much political outrage. The Democratic Alliance has called for “a special presidential handbook to introduce a strict regulatory framework for spending on the spousal office” in light of the increases under Zuma.

The Economic Freedom Fighters included the unit in its 2014 election manifesto, saying that an EFF government would “remove all presidential spousal support”. – TimesLIVE

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THE cow must have been sexually abused, people say. She gave birth to a calf with a strange head, and male and female sex organs.
The Mlangeni homestead is being flooded by curious residents who want to see the creature born to a cow named Nyamazane.
Sebenzile Mlangeni (60), from Emazizini Village, outside Bergville in north-western KZN, told Daily Sun the cow gave birth on Sunday.
“At about 12pm I saw cow legs coming out of Nyamazane, but I realised she was in pain and it was taking longer than normal for the birth process to finish,” Sebenzile said.
“After a while I called my kids to come help. After pulling the dead calf out we got the shock of our lives when we saw that the head looked like a human’s.
“Some residents have said that the cow may have been sexually abused in the veld where she grazes.
“We do not know whether to bury it like a human baby or maybe send it to doctors to assess it,” said Sebenzile.
News of the strange birth spread fast. The Sun Team saw people arriving at the homestead in taxis on Monday.
The news shocked Ukhahlamba mayor Thulani Sibeko, who sent a ward councillor and induna to find out how true the rumour was.
“When the family sent me the picture I thought it was photoshopped,” Sibeko said.
Induna Mfana Malinga and ward councillor Vusi Hlatshwayo said they were shocked by what they found.
“I’m 80 years old but I have never heard of this before,” Induna Malinga said.
“This is a first in this area. We only know an old isiZulu saying: inkomo ingazala umuntu, but this is shocking.”
Head of the department of agriculture in Bergville, Zama Nkosi said he had sent his officials to talk to the family so they can give the calf to the department.
“We want to have it checked at a lab to see if it’s blood and flesh have human connections,” Nkosi said.
The Malingas said that they are scared to slaughter Nyamazane for meat or a ceremony.
“We see her as a human, because she gave birth to a human,” Sebenzile said. “How can we eat her meat?” – Daily Sun

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Vaal Prostitute Uses Stop Watch to Calculate ‘Sex Bill’, Charges R10 Per Minute

A business-minded prostitute from Vereeniging says she offers the perfect deal for men who do not last long.

According to, she uses her cellphone as a stopwatch.

“Normally prostitutes charge R100 for a session in the CBD. Other prostitutes call me ‘Time-Keeper’ but it works wonders for me.”

“I used to charge the standard rates until I got a complaining client two months ago when a customer whose session lasted only two minutes felt it was unfair to pay R100.”

“I told him that if he came back I would charge him R10 a minute. Since then he’s been coming to me up to five times a day. His R100 gives him five sessions. He is a very happy client,” said Time-Keeper. – TimesLIVE

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