A recent video of a dad trying to manage his naughty triplets has Mzansi either crying from laughter or frustration. No matter how hard the father tries, the cute little boys make his life more and more difficult!
South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, recently paid a visit to the home of Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder, Joseph Shabalala. Ramaphosa expressed deep gratitude regarding visiting such an important figure in SA music.
SA media personality, Somizi Mhlongo, recently shared clips of his Easter family braai. - The gathering looked fun, but Mzansi’s social media users had a big problem with the amount of people on their phones at the event.
In a report published by Ratings Afrika, the Western Cape has come out on top when it comes to provincial organization and service delivery. The DA, who run the Western Cape, feel that this is a direct reflection on their party.
Things have been heating up online after Bonang Matheba swore viciously at a DA MP who made a joke at her expense. Cassper Nyovest has gotten involved, criticising Bonang for “responding to negativity”.
After losing his leg in a tragic accident, Thabo Dube started making and selling quirky T-shirts. Now, with the growth of his business, Thabo offers customers a host of gorgeous hand-made bags to choose from.
Bonang Matheba has once again proven that her fans come first. After a fan posted online that they would love to try House of BNG sparkling wine but can’t afford it, Bonang replied and offered to send her some.
A video of a police officer testing positive for alcohol consumption after eating a hot cross bun went viral recently and is worrying SA drivers. The RTMC assures citizens that no false arrests will be made over Easter.
Songelwa Sicuku-Mkita helps young South Africans find purpose with the help of team sports. Growing up, Songelwa had a difficult upbringing, but she found stability and inspiration through sport. Now she helps others do the same.
Over the last week, protest action for better service delivery has spread across the major cities of South Africa. High water bills and poor housing are just some of the concerns raised by the various areas.
Yesterday, former SA president, Jacob Zuma turned 77 . Somizi reached out on social media to wish uBaba a happy birthday and gushed at how romantic Zuma is.
Recently, crime statistics that state a vehicle is hijacked every 32 minutes have shaken Mzansi to its core. Managing director of Paratus Enterprise, Hendri Appelgryn, provided important information about the habits of hijackers.
An image of a doctor’s hand went viral recently when Mzansi deemed his hands “beautiful”. While most were preoccupied with how gorgeous the man’s hands were, others threw a bit of shade at how manicured the doctor was.
Head of SARS IT, Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane, is taking her employer to the CCMA. The SARS IT boss of ‘protect me from yourself’ fame claims that she is being bullied to separate from the tax body.
A local 19-year-old, Naelon Andrews was recently approached by some women who heard him singing and were blown away by his voice. The women posted a video of Naelon online and now thousands have gushed over his beautiful music.
Ace Magashule is in hot water following the release of a new book that outlines the secretary general’s corrupt activities. The ANC secretary has dismissed all allegations as "fake news" and claims he is "unshaken".
A recent video of a man dancing the vosho outside of an ATM has got Mzansi feeling the groove. The man breaks it down before drawing his money and South African social media can’t stop laughing.
Information from a Special Investigative Unit (SIU) has come to light that suggests that Eskom engineered South Africa’s load shedding.
A risky joke about DStv made by Somizi cropped up on social media recently, but the Mzansi star deleted the post soon after. Somizi had shared a pic of an automated SMS the star had received from DStv, along with his sassy reply.
Mzansi is furious over a recently-shared photo that shows a small baby with full-on adult braids. The hairstyle is pulling at the child’s delicate scalp and looks very painful.
SA media personality, Maps Maponyane, always gets fans giggling with his picture captions. This week was no different, as Maps shared a picture of himself on a New York subway, with a stranger giving him a hilarious side-eye.
Former South African president, Kgalema Motlanthe, has stated that he thinks the ANC is in worse shape under the leadership of current president Cyril Ramaphosa.