This week was one that turned out very entertaining. We saw a beautiful message from Julius Malema to his lovely wife, Cassper Nyovest found his "son, the New York Times fingered the ANC as the main culprits behind SA's state capture, and videos surfaced of Mbeki and Madiba praising the Guptas.
Cassper Nyovest shared a video of the most adorable little boy with killer dance moves and said the boy must be his son. Fans of the musician were quick to agree and congratulated Mufasa on finding Simba.
The New York Times, a newspaper from the States, has released an in-depth article on the exploits of the notorious Gupta family.
Although the piece focused largely on the family and its alleged corruption, it also dealt some brutal blows to the African Congress Party (ANC). The NY Times accused the ruling party of being the ‘main agent’ of corruption in South Africa.
Superstar rappers Cassper Nyovest and AKA have been feuding from as far back as 2014 — and 2018 was no different.
Just a month ago, Supa Mega ranked Cassper last on his list of favourite local rappers. Earlier in the year, the Fela in Versace hitmaker also said he doesn't know if he respects Mufasa as a musician. Nevertheless, Mufasa's star has been rising. His #FillUpMosesMabhida concert was a huge success. It was closely followed by his impressive performance at the Global Citizen Festival.
Julius Malema and his wife are celebrating their 4th wedding anniversary - He posted a sweet message on Instagram hailing his wife's "perfect love". Social media users congratulated the EFF leader and his wife.
A video clip shared by Mashela Koko of ex-presidents Thabo Mbeki and Nelson Mandela has sparked debate for their pro-Gupta comments
Former president Thabo Mbeki had been speaking at the world premier of Gandhi My Father in 2007 which had been hosted by the Guptas in South Africa. Mbeki had claimed that the day had been the highlight of the year for him as he had met the mother of the Gupta sons.
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