27.1.2020 08:49 pm
A clip of Mapule Mzimba appears to have been wrongly labelled, and it’s not the first time Mabuza has been the victim of such fake news.
A video of the chief operating officer of Discovery Bank unveiling her Lamborghini Aventador recently caught the attention of some on social media, especially since earlier tweets had alleged the young woman in question was the daughter of former Eskom chairman Jabu Mabuza.
The self-proclaimed prophet has claimed God showed him incurable diseases that will come suddenly and kill people.
Social media law expert Emma Sadlier took to Twitter to warn against naive posts during the ‘back to school’ buzz.
The event was yet another notch in her belt as a social media phenom.
Zille believes Trollip is talking ‘from a position of hurt’ after losing the election for DA federal council chairperson to her, and says this is not ‘another hair-brained, ‘Mamphele Ramphele’-type scheme’.
The finance minister questions what the ANC is ‘trying to achieve’ through nationalisation, as 90% of SARB profits are handed over to the National Revenue Fund already.
She made the revelation in an effort to get ahead of blackmailers who were threatening to expose her if she refused to pay them.
If you are an overly-jealous type person, then an open relationship probably isn’t for you.
Tito Mboweni advised his followers to ‘check’ the restaurant ‘out’, but the journalist says the venture was made possible by stolen pension money.
The DA federal council chairperson has used the term ‘fauxrage’ to describe social media users who she feels express fake rage, saying it is part of ‘woke culture’.
The DA federal council chairperson denies reports that the DA leader distanced the party from her latest social media controversy.
Twala opens the video by telling Longwe that he wishes it was him who killed Senzo Meyiwa so that he could rot in jail.
The university urges all social media users who have shared a list naming and shaming people to consider that legal action could be taken against them.
The EFF spokesperson says Ramaphosa should not be ‘shocked and surprised’ as he was in the same place less than a year ago.