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Sunday Sun 5/31/2020

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

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2 min
sunday update

• The EXPERTS week past have the week warned ahead against catch using here! coronavirus “disinfection” tunnels that some people think will stop the spread of the virus. Instead, they have suggested that strict personal hygiene, washing hands, wearing masks and keeping a 1.5m distance from others to prevent the spread of the virus. “Human spraying is harmful with almost no benefit,” said Professor Salim Abdool Karim, who is the chairperson of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on COVID-19. He said spraying hands properly with a sanitiser was the way to prevent the spread of the virus. • A FORMER Umsobomvu Local Municipality clerk and his wife are accused of defrauding the municipality to the tune of R2,3 million, according to police. Said Hawks spokesperson Nomthandazo Mnisi: “The former chief financial clerk allegedly stole R2,3m between…

2 min
it’s back to school – again!

SOME Gauteng teachers have told News24 they feared being infected with COVID-19 as schools reopen tomorrow, following a two-month closure. News24 visited two primary schools in Lenasia, south of Jozi, on Monday where a number of teachers had reported for duty. Teachers, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said their two schools had not been disinfected. But they added plans were in the pipeline to ensure school buildings were disinfected as quickly as possible. They said they were worried about their health and that of pupils. At Ennerdale Secondary School, workers from a disinfectant company could be seen spraying chemicals inside the school hall. Extra classrooms were also disinfected to allow returning Grade 7 and 12 pupils to move around freely and observe physical distancing. Ennerdale school governing body chairperson Delphine Botha said: “We managed to get…

1 min
ndoda makes fb bully eat humble pie!

PROMINENT Joburg businessman Mlamleli Ndoda is hopping mad after being labelled a fraudster and a conman on Facebook. Ndoda, subsequently took his wrath to the Joburg High Court this week against Sivuyile Simelane-Sbukwana, who is responsible for those social media comments. Simelane-Sbukwana is a deputy director at Gauteng Department e-Government, according to his profile. In his court application for defamation, Ndoda seeks the court to order Simelane-Sbukwana to remove the posts which he claims incite physical harm on him and his wife, Azola Tshangela. According to his notice of motion, which the SunTeam has seen, Simelane-Sbukwana posted that Ndoda is a fraudster and failed to repay an amount of R412 000 he borrowed from him. The High Court issued a draft order on Thursday, that the comments made be deemed reckless and ordered Simelane-Sbukwana to…

1 min
we are growing!

IT has become rare for newspapers to report any growth in circulation in the past decade, thanks to a number of market forces, including the proliferation of the internet. But the latest report by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), shows your favourite newspaper has bucked the trend during the first quarter of 2020. Sunday Sun, through your support and trust in its content and credibility, has recorded a 2,8% growth between January and March this year, compared to the last three months of last year. While the outbreak of the coronavirus has slowed things worldwide, we made sure we continue to publish during the lockdown period. While not all of you have been unable to get a copy every Sunday due to the restrictions in the movement of people and shutting down of…

3 min
she’s not a meyiwa!

ACCORDING to singer Kelly Khumalo, her daugter isn’t a Meyiwa. This as the Meyiwas had yet to pay for damages for her six-year-old daughter, she claimed. Explained Kelly: “The child isn’t a Meyiwa, she’s Khumalo. And I don’t see the necessity of sitting down and talking with the Meyiwas. “We aren’t family and will never be.” In an Ukhozi FM interview on Irvin Sihlophe’s Ezemidlalo sports show on Friday, Kelly said Mzansi hated her because of the Meyiwas. But said she’d forgiven them and had moved on, adding she’d left them to be dealt with by God. She was interviewed about how the late Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana captain, Senzo Meyiwa, was shot and killed at her mum’s house in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, in 2014. To date, no arrests have been made. Kelly also commented on allegations of…

1 min
cosatu supports calls for mthethwa to meet artists

THE Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu ) has thrown its weight behind the Trade Union for Musicians of South Africa (Tumsa), and slammed the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa. Since the beginning of the lockdown, Tumsa has been at loggerheads with Mthethwa. They’ve allegedly requested a meeting with his office but to no avail. Eventually, the trade union federation, together with the I’m 4 Arts movement, issued a public statement asking the minister to step down. As a result, Cosatu has called upon the Mthethwa to meet with the artists. In a statement, Cosatu accused Mthethwa of failing to keep his promise. “Despite repeated requests to engage from Tumsa and various broken promises by the Ministry and Department to precisely do that. “These are workers with families and responsibilities and they’re being…