sigh You can smell the festive season is around the corner, yonke into nje is a drag, umzimba ukhathele. We also know that wasting time is not good, so let’s jump in!
A big shout -out to the young beautiful actress Thuso Mbedu on her second Emmy nomination nod. Good Luck sisi neh, we hope you will bring home the gong this time around.
Your girl B got to walk away with the best media personality award at the International Achievement Recognition Awards last week.
Our Gurl Yaya Mavundla scored a Feather’s nod at this year’s nominations as the Socialite of the year. Yaya my dear, you come a long way and we think no-one is deserving of that Award than you. Good Luck!
President Cyril Ramaphosa is making big and bold promises on the objective outcome on the job summit. Cyril is really determined to creating jobs for South Africans, in his speech he mentioned of an estimate of about two hundred and seventy five thousand jobs to be created a year… should all the plans come together and everyone is urged to pull-in their weight to get this right. We salute you Mr Prez! Now let’s see these jobs coming to light.
What we would also like to know is when is Government going to ensure that salaries are leveled in the work place especially in the private sector?
Media darling Bonang Dorothy Matheba will not be suing anyone because she is indeed going to court for tax evasion. Bonang was at the Randburg magistrate court yesterday and her case is postponed to 14 November of this year for her legal team to submit further evidence. Bonang Darling, after this fiasco you gonna need to fire your damn accountant. See what we wrote about her here READ HERE
The State capture inquiry seems to be taking a different toll as former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is singing new names. He boldly mentions former President Jacob Zuma as one of the people that pushed the nuclear deal and that his refusal to abide to that deal led him to being fired…
Have you noticed how (we as) the people seem to be blaming the government for everything that is going wrong in our lives. Yes Government should be responsible and held liable for certain things, but gangsterism, pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and so on and so forth should not be their baby to feed. We should also learn to take responsibility of our lives and actions…
Anyway let’s go to sleep Friday is a long day!
Zeeba & Team.