This week's top stories includes more info on the Dros rapist, AKA and DJ Zinhle's fans scratch their heads at their cryptic messages to each other, a widow sends the president a message about farm murders, Loot Love is expecting and a matric pupil steps out in a stunning cultural dress for her farewell dance.
Witnesses and staff at the Dros restaurant in Pretoria have spoken up about what happened on the day when a 6-year-old little girl was allegedly raped.
According to them, 21-year-old Nicholas Ninow attempted to flush his and the girl's clothes down a toilet - clothes that were covered in blood. Nicholas allegedly raped the girl in the women's bathroom and fled to the men's bathroom, naked.
Briefly.co.za reported that it was there that he attempted to flush his blood-covered shirt, the girl's leggings and underwear. CityPress reports that the girl and her mother, who live in Mamelodi, visited the Silverton restaurant often. So did Nicholas. On Saturday, Nicholas was there again, and so was the girl and her mother. He went to the bathroom twice, according to the witnesses.
His second visit is when the alleged rape happened. The girl's mother noticed she wasn't in the play area anymore and went to the bathroom to look for her after a waitress said she saw her going in.
Mzansi’s favourite co-parents, AKA and DJ Zinhle, have been acting a tad suspicious lately. The two have had the public puzzling a lot lately due to their suggestive actions.
Since they split, fans have been waiting for the moment where the two realise their couple worthy status and reunite.
Zinhle and AKA co-parent like pros and they have an extremely good understanding when it comes to their baby girl.
However, it’s been more than that in recent events, reported SA Hip Hop Mag. From pictures of the two embracing one another to flirtatious banter on social media, the two have been driving Mzansi mad.
Briefly.co.za learnt that after Zinhle’s first episode of her new TV gig aired, AKA took to social media to congratulate her. Bae goals, right?
A South African widow made a short video in which she appeals for the United States to help create more awareness about farm murders. This comes after President Ramaphosa was quoted by the media saying there are no farm killings in SA.
Mariandra Heunis is the widow of a farmer who was murdered in 2016. She is asking the United States to help create awareness of the farm murders that are plaguing her home country.
Mariandra recorded the video to tell the world that President Ramaphosa is wrong, there are farm murders happening.
Late in September, President Ramaphosa told the UN that there are no farm killings, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
A beautiful 18-year-old girl has dazzled South Africans on social media with her stunning matric ball dress.
Curtley Christians, from Melkbosstrand in the Western Cape, wore a cultural outfit to connect with her heritage during her matric dance last week, Daily Voice reports.
Her African-themed dress was made from leather and beads, Briefly.co.za gathered. It featured an eye-catching shield pattern on the front.
LootLove and her rapper bae, Reason, have been together for a while and now they are expanding their family.
Taking to social media on Friday, the television presenter shared her wonderful news.
Briefly.co.za learned not only did she reveal she is pregnant, LootLove announced she would be having twins.
In the post, LootLove gushed about the amazing time in her life, writing: "It’s a phenomenal time to be me. God and my ancestors came together for me and blessed me with something so wonderful!"
She went on to announce she was pregnant and that she was expecting two babies.
"I am carrying Hip and Hop. This is the most beautiful time of my life. Most precious," he wrote.
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