South African rapper Nasty C and crew tied up with cable ties in house robbery

Popular South African rapper and friend of Nigerian star, Davido ,Nasty C was a victim of a house robbery at a property in Roodekraans, Gauteng on Wednesday morning.

According to the Roodeport Northsider, the award-winning SA rapper was at the house with six other friends when the robbers came in through the bathroom window.

The intruders then forced the victims into a studio where four of them, including Nasty C, were tied with cable ties while their belongings were stolen, the community paper reports.


Gauteng Provincial Communications Officer Captain Mavela Masondo confirmed the incident saying

“Yes, I can confirm that it happened. A cellphone, tablet, laptop and Rolex watch were stolen,” he said. “No suspects have been arrested yet.”

Nasty C usually flaunted his 18-carat yellow gold Rolex watch reportedly worth R488 000

South African model battered with cricket bat by jealous boyfriend over buying a new phone

A 25-year-old South African model and music video dancer severely injured has cried out for help following her boyfriend who allegedly battered her with a cricket bat, being released on bail.

Nonhlanhla Mazibuko was admitted in the hospital for over a week following injuries to her skull that was almost prised open by her DJ boyfriend last month.


According to Mazibuko, her boyfriend beat her after accusing her of cheating because she bought a new cellphone and had a weave.She also revealed he complained about her being a model asked that she looks for another work.


“His biggest problem was that I kept working against his will. He kept telling me to leave modelling. He used to beat me up when I came from work but I thought he would stop.

“On the night he beat me up, he went through my phone and found chats between my cousin and I about a gig I was going to attend. He was also angry that I bought a new phone and had a new weave. He said I got the items from other men.
“He took his wooden cricket bat and started hitting. He beat me on my head and upper body. I thought I was going to die,” said the tiny model.
Mazibuko said she was disappointed that the court granted him bail despite the severity of her injuries.

“I’m still terrified to walk around Soweto. I’m scared that he might finish me off if I meet him in the street,” she said.

After battering her, he allegedly called her mum saying he loves her but she makes him so angry.


“She came to his place and found me lying in a pool of blood. She went to the police station to open a case. Police at Moroka police station refused to open a case. They said I should do it myself. I could not walk,” she said.

Mazibuko’s mother, Angel, said she did not think her daughter would survive.


“She had gaping wounds on her head and her hair was falling off. The police failed me. Even after we managed to open the case, they only arrested him the next day. I tried to contact the office of Police Minister Fikile Mbalula with no luck.

“The minister was at Moroka police station the previous week and said we should come to him when we don’t feel safe as women. I have reported this case to his office but have not received any communication. The man who nearly killed my daughter is free,” she said.

Police spokesman Kay Makhubela said:


“The man was arrested and appeared in court. He was released on bail of R1500 and will appear in court against later this month.”

Photos: South African TV personality Minnie Dlamini’s star-studded white wedding

South African TV personality Minnie Dlamini tied the knot for the second time to her husband Quinton Jones on Saturday – this time in a lavish white wedding.

Minnie, who was married in a traditional ceremony in July this year, walked down the aisle to become Mrs Jones in a beautiful white wedding gown at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West.

Local celebs in attendance included Somizi, Roxy Burger, Anele Mdoda, Miss SA 2016 Ntandoyenkosi Kunene, Miss SA 2015 Liesl Laurie and Unathi. See more pics below…

Cape Town 170916- Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones tied the knot at Lourensford wine Estate in Somerset West. Picture Cindy Waxa/ANA

Photos: South African DJ Lamiez Holworthy and son dons matching hairstyle

South African DJ Lamiez Holworthy and the son does look gorgeous with their lovely haircuts. The edgy tattooed DJ usually rocks identical haircuts with her son.

South African woman turns to social media to expose BFF for sleeping with her boyfriend

A social media user took to her social media page on Twitter to expose her friend whom she accuse of  sleeping with her man for 2 years behind her.

According to the South African lady and Twitter user identified as Katherine Johnson, her so called friend had been sharing her bed with her man on the bedding  she bought.

The pained lady shared photo of her friend online as a means of shaming her.

Katherine revealed that the man in question was the same one she took a loan for just to help him start a career of his own.

Read what she wrote below:

South African Caster Semenya smashes women’s 600m world record

South Africa’s Caster Semenya brought her glittering season to an end Sunday by smashing the world record in the rarely-run 600 metres.

The 26-year-old, Olympic gold medallist and three times world champion over 800m, clocked a stunning 1min 21.77sec over the unusual distance at the ISTAF meet in the German capital.

She took 0.86sec off the previous best set by Cuba’s Ana Fidelia Quirot in 1997.

Semenya has been dogged by gender accusations since shooting to fame at Berlin’s Olympic Stadium when she won the 800m title as a teenager at the 2009 world championships.

In London earlier this month, the South African track ace won the world title over 800m for the third time following on from her 2009 and 2011 triumphs, but failed in an ambitious double bid, having to be content with just bronze in the 1500m.

Semenya said she was delighted to end her season in the German capital where she won world gold eight years ago.

“I feel at home here, always welcomed and loved. I won my first world title here, so this city is special for me,” beamed the South African.

“I wanted to deliver (the world record) to make the people here happy.”

Easier than the 800m

Semenya said she asked the organisers to put on the 600m race to test her speed as she finished 0.62sec ahead of America’s Ajee Wilson while Burundi’s Francine Niyonsaba was third at 1.41sec.

“The 600m is a bit easier compared to the 800m,” she said.

“Basically it is only a 400m sprint with the focus on the last few metres to the finish line. I love speed, so I liked it.

“The season is over for me now, but I still feel a bit fresh.

“We started to train only in February so I still feel like I could compete for the next three months.”

Elsewhere on the track in Berlin, Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith took the women’s 200m final by 0.03sec from Marie-Josee Ta Lou of the Ivory Coast, the world silver-medallist over 100m and 200m in London.

“I was glad to put in a technically good race, but at the same time, I had been hoping to go faster,” said the 21-year-old Asher-Smith, who timed 22.41sec.

American Sam Kendricks, the men’s world pole vault champion, won the event in Berlin by clearing 5.86m with Poland’s Piotr Lisek second at 5cm and France’s Renaud Lavillenie third (5.71).

“Piotr was trying to beat me and he almost did, I owe him two beers now – one for Zurich and one for Berlin,” said Kendricks having also beating his Polish rival on Thursday at the Diamond League meet in Zurich.

America’s Aries Merritt, the 2012 Olympic champion, won the men’s 110m hurdles in 13.17, while Jamaica’s Julian Forte claimed victory in the 100m thanks to a personal best of 9.91sec to hold off world 200m champion Ramil Guliyev of Turkey.

“London is behind me. It was tough, but the more competitions you have, the better,” said Forte, who failed to reach the final at the worlds despite having been the fastest in the heats.

“I had been planning to peak in London, but a personal best at the end of the season is good.”



Checkout the stunning gown South African actress Nomzamo Mbatha wore at DMVCAs


South African actress Nomzamo Mbatha wore this gorgeous outfit to the DSTV Mzanzi viewer’s Choice Awards that held last night in South Africa. The actress showed off her flawless thick thighs through the high slight on the floor length gown.