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Sunday Sun

Sunday Sun


Sunday Sun is an exciting Sunday tabloid filled with entertainment and lots of celebrity news.

South Africa
Media 24 Ltd
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52 Issues

In this issue

2 min.
sunday update

THE Constitutional Court has refused Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) leave to appeal a judgment ordering the company to pay back R316 million to the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). The court ruled CPS’s appeal had no reasonable prospects of success and “did not qualify as a constitutional matter for consideration”, according to anti-corruption organisation, Corruption Watch. The matter spans back to 2014, when Sassa paid CPS the money after the company claimed it had enrolled more grant recipients and beneficiaries than it had been contracted to do, News24 previously reported. SPEAKER of the National Assembly, Thandi Modise, has 22 candidates to choose from for the three members of the independent panel that will determine whether there’s a prima facie case for the removal of Busisiwe Mkhwebane from the position of…

3 min.
‘mosimane’s big bucks on the line’

THE adage goes, the only thing in life better than bucks is bigger bucks. And Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane . . . IS IN A QUEST FOR MORE CASH FROM MASANDAWANA! This was the sentiment among the SunTeam’s insiders, who claimed contract negotiations between the coach and the Chloorkop-based club had seemingly reached a permanent deadlock. And Sunday Sun can exclusively reveal the financial offer made by Sundowns lay at the centre of the protracted talks. This and a counter offer made by the prominent coach, in which he allegedly demanded that the multi-league champions double his salary package. According to three insiders (two of whom are attached to the 2016 Caf Champions), the pay package wasn’t the only stumbling block. It’s public knowledge that Caf giants Al Ahly of Egypt and Wyday Casablanca of Morocco…

1 min.
r1,6bn to fight gender-based violence

THE Ministry of Justice and Correctional Services has confirmed that a review of the Domestic Violence Act and the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act has been prepared. “A review of the Domestic Violence Act, the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act, in relation to the register of sex offenders, and legislation pertaining to the Criminal Procedure Act to tighten bail and sentencing provisions for perpetrators of gender-based violence, has been prepared,” spokesperson Chrispin Phiri told News24 on Friday. “In due course, the ministry will undertake a process of consultation before the draft legislation will be taken to Cabinet to approve its introduction in the first half of this year,” Phiri said. This comes after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced during his State of the Nation Address that fighting the scourge of gender-based violence and femicide…

1 min.
property mogul lynette’s home on the line

PROMINENT property entrepreneur Lynette Ntuli appears to be choking in debt and risks losing her house. Lynette’s alleged money woes were laid bare after Standard Bank dragged her to the High Court in Jozi for failure to repay her home loan. Documents from the same court reveal that the property mogul, who delivered the keynote address at the Unique Speakers Conference last year, is allegedly behind on the loan taken out by her company, Phakiso Investments (PTY) Ltd. She personally signed as surety for the bond for the property situated in Fairland, north of Joburg. The initial loan amount was R600 000. “… the loan amount was to be repaid by the first defendant (Phakiso Investments (PTY) Ltd) to the plaintiff (Standard Bank of South Africa Limited ) in monthly instalments of initially R5 984.66…

1 min.
star’s no-show stunt!

SOCIALITE Khanyi Mbau’s latest small screen adventure has set tongues wagging. This as the much-publicised reality TV show, I Am Khanyi, has mysteriously been canned. Khanyi’s show was to air on Mzansi Magic. It was announced with much fanfare last year when Kelly Khumalo and Durban businesswoman Shauwn Mkhize were also advertised. But the SunTeam has learnt Khanyi’s show will no longer air. This due to reasons that aren’t yet clear. Asked for comment, Khanyi confirmed she’d no longer allow the public into her private life. She blamed the channel for prematurely announcing the show. Explained the 34-year-old: “The channel had announced me having a show prematurely. “I was surprised when my brand strategist, Dylan Kardashian, shared a link with me. “This because I’d only been in talks with them exploring the idea.” The star, who recently dropped a single titled…

2 min.
fraudsters target winnie’s friends

ISITHEMBISO actress Winnie Ntshaba was hit by merciless tsotsis when they cloned her SIM card and swindled her friends a total amount of R8 000. Winnie (44), who shot to fame through her role as Khethiwe on SABC1’s Generations, opened a case of fraud at the Honeydew Police Station on Monday, after she was notified by friends who had received strange WhatsApp messages from her account, saying she was jailed for driving under the influence of alcohol. Speaking to the SunTeam, Winnie said she had taken the necessary steps with Vodacom and was adamant the suspects would be nabbed. “They messaged two of my friends from Durban and Joburg, who sent money because they believed I was in trouble. I don’t want to say much because police are investigating the matter,” she said. Vodacom…