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Zambian Woman Caught Pants Down With Nephew

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A 52-year-old woman has been caught in action with a 29-year-old boyfriend in her matrimonial home as a way of revenging on her husband’s infidelity.

According to VDK, a private investigative firm, the woman  told her husband that the male visitor was her nephew when in actual fact he was her boyfriend.

The 56-year-old husband became suspicious when he noticed that the number of condoms he kept in the bedroom had reduced in his absence.

He later decided to engage the services of the investigative firm.

VDK information officer Thokozani Jumbe said upon investigations, the woman was caught in the act with the same visitor at a lodge in Lilayi.

“Apparently the man had gone out of town for work, but when he returned he suspected that the two were more than relatives, especially after noticing that condoms had depleted,” Mr Jumbe said.

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SA minister denies apologising to President Cyril Ramaphosa 

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South Africa’s Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has denied apologising to the president for her criticism of the judiciary.

It came after the presidency said on Thursday that President Cyril Ramaphosa had met Ms Sisulu this week where she had apologized and retracted her “hurtful comments”.

But Ms Sisulu said she “categorically” disowned the statement as “a misrepresentation of the meeting I had with the president”.

She said she stood by her remarks, had offered no apology and that the content of the president’s statement was unfortunate.

In an interview with state broadcaster SABC, her spokesman Steve Motale further said the minister had expected more engagement with the president and was shocked by the statement.

The presidency has said it stands by its statement.

In a recent article published by the media, Ms Sisulu wrote that some judges were “mentally colonised Africans”.

She also said the constitution had failed to improve the lives of black South Africans living in poverty.

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Mozambique searches for six missing in Zambezi river

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Mozambique has set up more teams to help in the search for six missing people after a vessel sank in the River Zambezi earlier this week in the western province of Tete.

The teams are drawn from the national disaster organization, the maritime administration, marine forces and local fishermen.

It came after a search and rescue team was unable to locate the missing people for a couple of days because of the strong currents in the big river.

On Thursday, the search spread to other districts in Tete and the central Sofala province.

An official appealed to fishermen and people living downstream to report to the authorities in case they find bodies in the river.

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Watch| Popular South African Female DJ, Uncle Waffles Allegedly Turned Down R500k ($33k) She Was Offered By a Nigerian Millionaire For S3x

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Popular South African female DJ, Uncle Waffles allegedly turned down R500k (N14m) she was offered by a Nigerian millionaire for a one night stand.

The claim was made during a podcast hosted by South African show host, Mac G.

It was noted that Uncle Waffles who most men want to sleep with because she’s popular, has turned down such offers several times.

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