This week Ntando Duma celebrate her baby girl's second birthday, Mzansi met a super fast young boy, a doctor showed amazing kindness, a man got kicked out of his place for having too many girls, and we took a look at the best-paid actors in SA.
Despite some drama with her baby daddy, Ntando Duma managed to move on and focus on her adorable daughter.
It seems she and Junior De Rocka made peace for little Sbahle's sake and came together to give their child a wonderful second birthday.
Sbahle - who is undeniably one of Mzansi's cutest celeb babies ever - celebrated her birthday with a festive and colourful party. Judging by the wide smile on the little one's face, her birthday was amazing. Kudos to mom and dad for putting her first.
Rudolph Ingram, aka Blaze, has already become a household name because he is on set to become the fastest man on the planet.
The 7-year-old has been compared to Usain Bolt for his speed on the track. He has recorded his best time, running 100 metres in 13.48 seconds. Usain Bolt’s record, and the young boy’s target to beat, was 9.58 seconds.
Rudolph’s proud dad, Rudolph Senior, aka Coach Kool, has been posting on Instagram about his son’s achievements.
Not only is he a whizz on the track, he is also doing well at school with A grades in Science, Introduction to Computers, Music and Physical Education, and B grades in Language Arts, Social Studies and Art at Cahoon Elementary School in Tampa.
He first came to international attention last August, but managed to get his sub-14 second time at the weekend,’’ Blaze’s father’s post stated.
Dr Paulo de Valdoleiros, or most popularly known as the Walk-in Doctor, opened a practice where patients pay what they can afford. De Valdoleiros, who graduated at the age of 51, said he sees patients and examines them if necessary.
Then he gives them basic medication, which has been on the market for decades so it is relatively cheap, and the patient goes to the front desk, deciding on his, or her, own fee.
"I feel that just because you don’t have money shouldn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to see a doctor,” he said in a telephonic interview with Gateway News.
Good Things Guy reported patients do not have to make a booking to see the Walk-In doctor, adding they work on a first come, first served basis. He enrolled in medical school at the age of 46 and graduated at 51. De Valdoleiros said he did not want to chase money, he wanted to do what he loves, which is helping people.
A man has taken to social media to share how his friend got kicked out by his landlord because he kept changing women. Mzansi social media users were left amused by the story.
Twitter user IAmLedunco posted a picture of the text conversation with the landlord on the social network and captioned it: "This thing of renting back rooms ain’t it..landlord sent my friend a text"
South African entertainers are just as good (if perhaps not somewhat better) as the talent that can be found in the rest of the world, and get paid well for their hard work. We often wonder what these celebs - and in particular actors and actresses - earn and how much they are worth.
Briefly.co.za took a brief look (pun intended!) at the top four acting stars of Mzansi, and you'd be amazed at how much they are believed to be worth.
Check out the list here - you probably won't be surprised to see who features.
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