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Sunday Sun 7/5/2020

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

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Media 24 Ltd
Frequency:
Back issues only
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1 min.
sunday update

• COLLEGE students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, have been throwing parties in which they invite people infected with the coronavirus and gamble on who comes down with the illness first, city officials said. The city’s fire chief, Randy Smith, first reported the parties at a meeting on Tuesday. Smith said the fire service had received reports of students throwing parties and inviting “known positives” but initially thought it was a rumour. “Not only did the doctor’s offices help confirm it, but the state confirmed they had the same information,” Smith said. • A 34-year-old KZN man has been sentenced to life imprisonment after pleading guilty to the rape of his daughter. It occurred in the George area of Emanguzi, where the man lived with his family, KZN National Prosecuting Authority regional spokesperson Natasha Kara said. The…

4 min.
booze & blood flows

CELEBRITY couple Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala’s marriage has been the stuff of novels and fairytales. The Mzansi media and public just couldn’t get enough of the dreamy pair . . . AND IT SEEMS UMGOSI FEEDING FRENZY’S FAR FROM OVER! Their seemingly blissful romance has ended in tears and courtroom drama. Phelo has obtained an interim court order against his bae, when Moshe allegedly left him with a bleeding gash on the head. This after allegedly beating him up. The incident, according to court papers, happened early in May when the couple had a big fight at their Northriding, Joburg north, home over booze. When the two were supposed to appear in court this week, where Moshe was to tell the magistrate why the order against him wasn’t to be made permanent, the media personality came…

1 min.
city of cape town criticised for dragging its feet

THE South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is concerned about the poor co-operation it said it is receiving from the City of Cape Town in its investigation into the eviction of a naked man from his Khayelitsha home on Wednesday. Cape Town mayor Dan Plato and members of his mayoral committee and city officials had to account to the Portfolio Committee on Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs on Friday evening on the events of Wednesday’s. The incident in Khayelitsha caused widespread outrage after a naked Bulelani Qolani was filmed being chased and tackled by law enforcement officers during an eviction in eThembeni, Khayelitsha. The City was roundly condemned by MPs for the incident, with ANC and EFF MPs questioning the City’s attitude toward its poor, black residents. SAHRC commissioner Mohamed Ameermia said the incident…

2 min.
jub jub escapes taximen beating!

POPULAR Uyajola 9/9 presenter Jub Jub was going about his usual business of confronting cheaters. But this week turned out to be business unusual, as Jub Jub came face-to-face with taxi drivers who sent him packing. In a video that has been doing the rounds on social media, taximen ordered the host to leave them alone when he went to confront a cheating taximan while on duty. The video shows a group of them shouting and calling for him to leave. It shows the presenter and musician, whose real name is Molemo Maarohanye, narrowly escaping what seems to be a beating at a taxi rank near Ellis Park Stadium, in Joburg. It also shows him and his camera crew getting into the minibus frequently seen on the show that exposes cheating partners on the channel…

4 min.
dead man’s treasure!

LATE gospel star Sfiso Ncwane’s kids are taking their stepmum, Ayanda Ncwane, through the wringer. They’re demanding a share of their legendary dad’s estate. They also demand Ayanda be removed as the executor of the estate “because she’s dishonest and wants everything for herself”. As a result, the two children have taken the matter to the Master of the High Court. Snqobile Mzelemu and Sduduzo Dlamini, represented by his mum Pinky Dlamini, claimed their late dad would have continued to maintain them until they were self-sufficient. Said Snqobile: “I’ve seen my dad’s will. He left me with nothing, I’m not mentioned anywhere in the will. When he was alive, he maintained me through the Durban Family Court. “But now that I’m older than 18 years of age, I no longer receive the money. I want…

1 min.
lockdown schumacher!

MEDIA personality and businessman Maps Maponyane has landed himself in a heap of trouble. This after being nabbed by police for allegedly breaking the speed limit in Laingsburg, about 265km from Cape Town. The 30-year-old model and co-owner of Buns Out Burgers, a popular eatery in Linden, Jozi, was slapped with a notice to appear before court when the date is finalised. According a police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, the incident happened during a roadblock operation on the N1-1 and the KM80 Road in May. The informant told the SunTeam police were manning a roadblock around 7pm when the heartthrob got nabbed. Said the informant: “This was one of our many operations during the national lockdown. “He was charged with exceeding the speed limit of the road traffic sign.” The SunTeam couldn’t…