Today Sunday World can for the first time reveal the identity of the new man in singer and actress Kelly Khumalo’s life.
He is Devon Brough, a 26-year-old white hunk.
The couple has been seen at several functions lately, kissing, fondling and cuddling in public.
Sunday World sources say they can’t get enough of each other as they are head-over-heals in love.
According to our sources, the pair met about a year ago while Khumalo was shooting Rhythm City.
Brough is a business development and HOD interactive at Curios Pictures, which produces Rhythm City.
A source who works with them says: “He works for the production company that does Rhythm City. They have always seen and bumped into each other – then they both ...
Akin to the unfolding real-life drama, where convicted fraudsterSchabir Shaik was medically paroled, Isidingo's villain Barker Hainesis now a free man and looking to reclaim his influential position.
I still maintain that it was foolhardy of the writers to throw businessmagnate Barker Haines (Robert Whitehead), who is to Isidingo the eviltornado that Stefano DiMera has been to Days of Our Lives, into prison.
The pull of the character is his knack for skirting around legalquandaries and finding more morally questionable ways to take care ofthose who dare stand in his way. Having a villain in the joint is inaneas the drama and intrigue ceases to exist.
'Barker may have got his just desserts but S'thembiso Shezi was noEliot Ness, which would have made ...
Orlando Pirates have only one goal left this season and that is the big prize - the Absa Premiership.
The second placed Buccaneers have six matches to dethrone leadersand defending champions SuperSport United to win their first leaguetitle since 2003.
They travel to the Free State capital on Sunday (15:00) where theycome up against relegation haunted Bloemfontein Celtic in a matchdoubling up as the official fixture to re-open the new-look Free StateStadium which was upgraded to be used for the Confederations Cup,starting in June, and next years World Cup finals.
They also plan to avenge their 2-1 loss to Celtic in the second round of the Nedbank Cup in Potchefstroom last weekend.
That defeat was a blessing in disguise for Bucs coach Ruud Krol ...
The sentencing judge called it 'experimental.' The U.S. attorney who helped broker the arrangement called it 'unique.' And T.I.himself acknowledged that his plea deal — which reduced a potential10-year prison term into community service and, more than likely, lessthan a year's worth of jail time — was 'an opportunity.'
T.I. wasn't the recipient of the plea deal because he snitched,he's often said. Nor did he get the benefit of the doubt from the legalsystem because he's rich. Tip landed his plea deal due to a combinationof his fame, his familiar troubled past and his ability to recount histransformation from trap star to rap star as a means of influencingat-risk youth.