20 March 2018 5:00 PM Vivica A. Fox rated 50 Cent in the bedroom and he is not impressed
Cape Town – They ended their relationship more than a decade ago, but it seems there’s still beef between Vivica A. Fox and 50 Cent. According to the New York Daily News, the Empire actress writes about her sex life with 50, rating their bedroom activity PG13. “Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him,” Vivica 20
19 March 2018 4:34 PM 9 officials arrested for helping at least 36 foreign parolees escape
Pretoria – Nine government officials arrested on Friday have been accused of illegally releasing at least 36 parolees over the period of a year so that they could escape deportation. Police Minister Bheki Cele, at a press briefing in Pretoria on Monday, told reporters that officials from the Department of Home Affairs and the Department of Correctional 18
19 March 2018 9:06 AM CT City denies Benni tunnel slap
Cape Town - Cape Town City have denied that head coach Benni McCarthy slapped the technical director of Costa do Sol during a tunnel bust-up. McCarthy was involved in a heated exchange with the coaching staff of the Mozambican club in the tunnel at Athlone Stadium during their first-round second-leg CAF Confederation Cup clash on Sunday. The Absa Premiership 17
19 March 2018 7:57 AM Rassie only in charge for 2 years?
Cape Town - Rassie Erasmus may only fulfil the role of Springbok coach for two seasons, a report indicates. But according to Netwerk24, the chances are "good" that Erasmus will only coach the Springboks until after the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, after which he will focus on his director of rugby role. Erasmus is expected to play a major role in deciding 18
18 March 2018 11:37 AM Tech giants set to face 3% tax on revenue under new EU plan
Brussels - Large digital companies operating in the European Union, such as Alphabet or Twitter, could face a 3% tax on their gross revenues based on where their users are located, according to a draft proposal by the European Commission. EU countries have been looking into methods to tax digital companies, including Amazon.com and Facebook, in a way that captures 29
16 March 2018 4:03 PM WATCH: Two men beaten up for allegedly kidnapping girl in Eldorado Park
Johannesburg – Two men were hospitalised after community members beat them up for allegedly kidnapping a young girl in Eldorado Park on Friday. Captain Philemon Khorombi said community members alleged that the two men, who were collecting plastic bottles, kidnapped the girl and put her in a trolley. He said police were called to the scene after they received 28
16 March 2018 1:12 PM Emirates airhostess who fell from plane dies… she 'had injuries all over her face'
The woman had been rushed to Kisibu hospital from the airport after falling from the doorway on Wednesday. Reports said that the flight attendant was preparing the flight for boarding when the incident happened. According to BBC on Friday, the woman, whose nationality has not been revealed, died soon after arrival at the hospital. The report quoted the hospital's 26
16 March 2018 6:19 AM Australian minister Dutton is 'an out-and-out racist'
Cape Town - A political storm has erupted in Australia over comments by home affairs minister Peter Dutton that the country would welcome white South African farmers. Dutton recently said white farmers are facing "horrific circumstances" of land seizures and violence in South Africa and wanted his department to investigate bringing them to Australia 19
15 March 2018 9:30 AM Mid-air scare on Air Zim flight: 'People were crying and praying,' says passenger
Harare - An Air Zimbabwe flight from Harare to Dar-es-Salaam was rocked by severe turbulence, creating scenes of panic among passengers who thought the plane was about to break up mid-air, a newspaper said Thursday. Flight UM438 flew into turbulence around an hour after take-off on Tuesday, said the private NewsDay. "The plane shook like it was about 22
15 March 2018 7:14 AM Tourist vs migrant: EU tourist visa price increase while limiting visas for countries that won't take back deportees
Brussels - The European Union moved on Wednesday to speed up the return of unauthorised migrants, announcing plans to punish countries that refuse to take back their nationals by restricting visas for their diplomats. While the number of people entering Europe in search of better lives has dropped dramatically over the past year, EU countries only send back around 27