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Sunday Sun 5/17/2020

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

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1 min
kota with mince & mashed potatoes

PREPARATION: 45 minutes COOKING: 35 minutes DIFFICULTLY: Medium INGREDIENTS * 2x loaves white bread* 300g minced meat* 1x onion (diced)* 4x large potatoes* 50ml cooking oil* Salt & pepper to taste* Chicken & barberque spice* 30ml butter* Archaar METHOD • PREHEAT your stove. • Add oil and diced onion into a sauce pan. • Once the onion is soft then add the minced meat and continue to fry until the mince is done. • Add the spices into the mince and fry. • Boil the potatoes until they are soft and mash them, add butter, salt and pepper. • Cut the loaves in quaters. • Cut the middle of each quater and add mash potatoes, mince and artchaar on top.…

1 min
making a difference

THE Prayer Women’s League (PWL) and Young Adult League of the Mmabatho Parish Lutheran Church in Southern Africa have joined national efforts to help those in need. They donated food parcels to 11 families in extension 39, near Mahikeng, North West. PWL chairperson Lerato Phetwe said they made monetary contributions toward buying the necessities. Said Lerato: “The COVID-19 situation calls on us to assist where we can. “Galatians 6:2 says: Bear one another’s burdens. “Ours is to assist government to win the battle against the coronavirus through prayer and supplying food to the destitute. “The fight to alleviate poverty is everyone’s business.” One of the beneficiaries, Idah Kgosiemang (48), was ecstatic about her food parcel. “I’m very happy for what the church has done for my family,” Idah said. “I’m unemployed and the R350 grant will come handy. This…

1 min
ex-wife goes down memory lane!

DRAMA and an ugly war of words between widows often follows soon after the death of a man who was in different marriages. But following the untimely death of award-winning Eastern Cape gospel star Malibongwe Gcwabe, his first wife has swiftly moved in to support his current wife. Ntomboxolo Mthombeni poured her heart out to Sunday Sun this week about her marriage to the veteran gospel star and mourning him. “There won’t be any drama. Right now, I’m at peace and in the process of burying my ex-husband,” she said. The Kwahlalwa Phantsi hitmaker died at the Cecilia Makhiwane Hospital in East London in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday after suffering heart attack. He was 55. Ntomboxolo this week said she was swept off her feet by the “charming” Malibongwe in 2001 and will forever…

3 min
sport shorts

• WATFORD goalkeeper Ben Foster says it would be wrong for Premier League players to be tested for the coronavirus ahead of medical workers as plans for Project Restart continue. Twice weekly, tests for Premier League players form part of the plan to resume the Premier League next month after it was suspended in March after the COVID-19 outbreak. “Footballers aren’t essential workers, we shouldn’t have access to tests before front-line workers,” Foster said. • CHELSEA’S Christian Pulisic has said the adductor injury that has kept him out of action since January was more serious than initially suspected, but he has been able to get back to full fitness during the COVID-19 shutdown. The 21-year-old, who became the most expensive American soccer player when he joined Chelsea in January 2019 hasn’t played since…

2 min
sharp shooters of yesteryear

SCORING goals is an art. It’s easier said than done. Since the inception of the Premier Soccer League in the 1996/1997 season, we have seen gifted strikers in top-flight football. The reason fans flock to the stadium is because they want to see goals. Goals give satisfaction. Here are some of the PSL’s sharp shooters who scored more than 100 in their careers goals and made football fans fall in love with the beautiful game. Collins “Ntofontofo” Mbesuma The well-travelled Zambian (36) was a mean goal scoring machine in his prime. The lethal attacker kept defenders awake with his power and precision. He will be best remembered for scoring 25 league goals in the 2004/05 season for Kaizer Chiefs. These days he’s in the GladAfrica Championships for University of Pretoria and helps youngsters…

2 min
roadies association wants new policies put in place

THERE’S a war brewing between the South African Roadies Association (Sara) and the Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa. The non-profit organisation is demanding transformation for the events, technical and production services industry. According to Freddie Nyathela, the president of Sara, the events, technical and production services should be treated as full-time employees. Said Freddie: “We want the department of arts and culture to regulate this industry. Without policies in place they get exploited. “The minister is the only person who can implement this. For the past few years we have been engaging with the minister but he’s deliberately ignoring us. “We’re demanding sick leave, lunch breaks, normal hours of work at the employer’s usual place of work, first aid kits, recording allowances, payment of wages, among other things. “We’re therefore demanding that Mthethwa supports…