Our hotty for this week is Lwazi Ncedo Mvovo. Born in Mthatha, he was inspired to play rugby by fellow teammate, Odwa Ndungane also from the same area. Lwazi was born on 3 June 1986. He is a Gemini, and possesses a couple of the Gemini characteristics. Gemini is a masculine sign whose people are known to be quick thinkers.
They are known for their love for sports, and they are always ready for a game and are very fast on their feet. Lwazi is no different from many Gemini’s, as he is a fast mover and is seen as the player to watch in the near future. This young man plays the wing position and broke into the limelight in 2009 with his ...
The Rehab singer Amy Winehouse - who last month was found dead in her home in Camden, north London, at the age of 27 - had 'lost track of days' after drinking herself into oblivion at her flat because she was 'bored' and couldn't go out anywhere for fear the paparazzi would stalk her.
Kristian Marr, a close friend of the late singer, said "The problem was that she replaced drugs with alcohol. White wine was her main drink and sometimes she would wake up and drink. It meant she lost track of days - for Amy there was no day or night, no Monday or Friday.
"Three months ago I popped round to her house one afternoon, found her asleep on the kitchen floor and had ...
The Sport anchor and radio presenter Andile Ncube is heart-broken. This after discovering that his ex-fiancee and top model Rosette Mokgomotsi is allegedly carrying the child she conceived when they were still lovers, but the unborn baby is not his.
According to sources close to the separated couple and who spoke on condition of anonymity, Ncube is worried about his health, that Mokgomotsi could allegedly have been a weekday Juliet, who didn’t use a rubber with her “sex therapist.” The riveting tidbits came after Mokgomotsi rejected Ncube’s proposal to wheel out a team of delegates to pay damages to her family.
This after discovering through her friends that she was five months pregnant. “She told him he shouldn’t bother as the child ...
To celebrate National Woman’s Day, South African singer, songwriter and dynamic performer Verona Pillay has teamed up with Africa’s First Lady of Hip Hop Sasha P to remix one of her most popular songs, "Stronger". Honouring the legacy of the historic Woman’s march in 1956, the two deliver a hit.
Verona's manager Poobie Pillay said "This collaboration delivers a track which testifies that women are indeed a force to be reckoned with. These two are actively engaged in uplifting and moving women through their music, with Sasha P’s lyrics being known for their ability to motivate and Verona’s mission being to inspire women through her music.”