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Sunday Sun

Sunday Sun 2/2/2020

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

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Media 24 Ltd
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2 min.
sunday update

THE parents of two young girls, aged five and six, who were raped by their father, were sentenced in the Pretoria Regional Court this week. The father was sentenced to two life sentences for rape while the mother was sentenced to five years for failure to report sexual abuse. The abuse came to light when the day care teacher became aware of sexual behaviour displayed by the girls toward other children. According to the NPA, the children explained that their father “drank” from their breasts when he was thirsty. The day care mother sought help from the Sinoville Crisis Centre where graphic details of abuse were revealed. DON’T panic, get a flu shot. This is head of Stellenbosch University’s medical faculty’s division for medical virology Professor Wolfgang Preiser’s advice. Professor Preiser said this after the…

1 min.
gone too soon

EFF MP and spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took advantage of the funeral service of the late Parktown Boys’ High School pupil, Enoch Mpianzi, to talk about land and xenophobia. Speaking during the funeral service held at Kensington Secondary School in Joburg, yesterday, Ndlozi took a swipe at the ANC government for the arrest and deportation of undocumented migrants. Said Ndlozi: “They (police and immigration officers) go around asking for papers. On whose land are they asking for these papers? How do you ask for papers from a fellow African on land you don’t even own? “They arrest and deport people from Africa on African soil and never arrest and deport the British.” Gauteng MEC for community safety Faith Mazibuko delivered a message of condolences on behalf of the Gauteng government. “The past two weeks have not…

1 min.
transnet board appoints new gce

PORTIA Derby has been appointed as group chief executive of Transnet, it was announced on Friday. Derby is the former wife of Brian Molefe, former Eskom CEO and a former Transnet CEO. According to a statement, Minister of Public Enterprises, Pravin Gordhan, approved the recommendation for her appointment made by the Transnet board. Cabinet gave its approval on Friday. Derby is a former director-general at the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), which oversees Transnet as one of the state-owned entities. “She’ll work with the board, management team, workers, unions and other stakeholders to rebuild an institution that was severely affected by state capture and large-scale corruption,” read the DPE statement. “Transnet is one of the central entities in our efforts to revive the economy and meaningful reform that will be felt by ordinary citizens and…

1 min.
zozi misses oh-so-hot horsey doo

MISS Universe Zozibini Tunzi may have missed yesterday’s Sun Met shindig, but this didn’t seem to dampen the spirits of fashionistas who flocked to the Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town. Zozi, as the beauty queen is affectionately known, was billed to be the face of the prestigious horseracing event. This alongside media personality, Bonang Matheba. But Sun International late on Friday issued a statement stating Miss Universe would miss the event, dubbed Africa’s Richest Race Day. Zozi is expected to touch down in Mzansi next week. Bonang, on the other hand, kept the media waiting and was expected to rock up only later. Some of the celebs spotted were Isithembiso actress Nandi Mbatha, designer Gert-Johan Coetzee, TV personality Lorna Maseko and Miss SA Sasha-Lee Olivier. The House of Bonang champaigne brand was the official alcohol sponsor.…

2 min.
‘jealousy lands actor in trouble’

FORMER Muvhango hunk, Mutodi Neshehe, is alleged to have let the little green jealousy monster get the better of him. This as the calm and collected actor allegedly lost his cool when he saw his ex-wife, Leslee Dalton, chatting to another man during a braai in November. The alleged incident, one of countless fights between the couple since their acrimonious break-up, took place at Leslee’s house in Honeydew, Jozi. In the fracas, the 45-year-old allegedly threw insults and damaged a TV set in the house worth R15 000. Leslee then called police and a case of malicious damage to property was opened at the Honeydew Police Station. Read her statement, in part: “The complainant alleged on 30 November at about 8.45pm she was at her place and her ex-husband, Mutodi, arrived…

2 min.
billiat drags baby mama to court

KAIZER CHIEFS goal poacher Khama Billiat sprinted to court this week to ask the law to protect him from his marauding baby mama. Billiat, who is embroiled in an off-the-field drama with a 22-year-old woman, approached the Randburg Magistrates Court this week to obtain an interim protection order against her. The duo is expected to appear in court on 27 February when the woman should give reasons why the order shouldn’t be made permanent. The young mum, whose name has been withheld, angered the super star when she went to Chiefs headquarters in Naturena on Tuesday morning and requested to see Billiat. This happened two days after Sunday Sun ran an article about how she stabbed him on the hand with a screwdriver outside the Midrand Police Station a fortnight ago. According to one of…