Weekly Wrap: 'Malema Kid', Black Coffee and Austin Mothapo Make the News

Weekly Wrap: 'Malema Kid', Black Coffee and Austin Mothapo Make the News

This week has been filled with drama, celebs and feel-good stories. Skeem Saam's Noah was sentenced to prison for 10 years and fans are wondering if Austin Mothapo will stay on the show. Black Coffee owns a number of lucrative businesses and a young kid has been labelled the next Julius Malema.

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In addition, a young man builds apartments in townships and Rebecca Malope responded to joke about how she sings and showed that she could take a joke.

1. Austin Mothapo's Future on Skeem Saam Uncertain as Noah Is Locked up for 10 Years

Fans were left in shock as Noah, played by Austin Mothapo, was sentenced to 10 years in prison on the hit show Skeem Saam.

It is not clear how the drama would keep his character's story arc alive while in prison and some believe this will be the end of Mothapo's run on the show.

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However, the show has not confirmed that he has been cut but fans are worried one of their favourite characters might leave the show.

Weekly wrap: Austin Mothapo's future, Black Coffee and fierce kid goes viral
Austin Mothapo's role on Skeem Saam unclear as his character Noah is sent to prison for 10 years. Photo credit: austin_rethabile
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2. Money Maker: Black Coffee Shows off Multiple Businesses

Black Coffee is one of the wealthiest celebrities in Africa. However, his money doesn’t come from music alone.

The muso has secured the bag by having multiple businesses. Briefly.co.za takes a look at the 8 companies owned by the music producer.

3. "Another Julius Malema": Short Clip of Fierce Kid Goes Viral in SA

A short clip of a very passionate boy has been shared online by a man with the Twitter handle, @T_P_Mhlanga. In the clip, the young student is one of many other students who seem to be cheering about something.

What makes the young man stand out from the rest of the crowd is the passion with which he is joining the big cheering session. With a very serious look on his face, the little one is shouting at the top of his voice.

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"We all know which UNIVERSITY will take this kid right‍ futhi there's no need for him to apply #PrisonWarder," @T_P_Mhlanga captioned the clip.

4. Young Man Builds Beautiful Apartments in Townships, Gets High Praise

It takes only one act of determination to help change the outlook of many people. A young man who has helped change many people's outlooks after he started building beautiful upmarket apartments in townships.

Heading online, a South African social media user with the Twitter handle, @oupapilane recently headed online to share an appreciation post with the young man who is uplifting and beautifying local townships, one beautiful apartment building at a time.

"Appreciation tweet. This young man has been developing upmarket apartments in the township, I pray that many more could watch and learn how to create wealth at a younger age. At my age, he is my inspiration," Oupa captioned the pictures of the innovative young man and his properties.

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5. Rebecca Malope Reacts to Imali Eningi Joke: "She Sounds Just Like You"

Dr Rebecca Malope took to social media recently to respond to a joke. A tweep shared a clip of a young lady who sang Big Zulu's Imali Eningi just like the gospel singer.

The video of the singer identified only identified as Mbali has been viewed more than 304 000 times. It has also garnered more than 17 000 likes.

Ribs took to Twitter recently and shared her thoughts on the video. She responded very positively to the hilarious clip. The award-winning musician said:

"She has a lovely voice. Someone tell Mbali she made my day."

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