South African prophet, Prophet Penuel, is at it again. The controversial prophet recently held a church program where he commanded the spirit of python to enter an 18 years old girl by name Lesego. The innocent girl was possessed by the spirit by making her act weird till the prophet commanded the spirit to go away and the girl was free.
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Friday, 22 May 2015
What the f••k is wrong with some people? Are humans now so dumb as to not know how to use their 6th senses anymore?
A South African prophet of 'The End Times Disciples Ministries', "prophet Penuel Tshepo", in his 30s, has brainwashed his church members into doing and believing whatever he tells them. They will bark like dogs and meow like cats if he should ask them to. Go to Giststring for pix.
Monday, 9 December 2013
Galatasaray pair Didier Drogba and Emmanuel Eboue will be punished by the Turkish FA (TFF) for the Nelson Mandela tributes that followed their team's 2-0 victory over Elazigspor on Friday. Former Chelsea striker Drogba paid his respects to the late former South African president and freedom fighter, who died on Thursday 5th december at the ripe age of 95, by removing his Gala jersey to reveal a vest which reads "Thank You Madiba".
Drogba's fellow Ivorian Eboue, formerly of Arsenal, followed suit, donning a vest which read "Rest In Peace Nelson Mandela".The Turkish FA plans to summon both players before a disciplinary committee as part of a wider crackdown on imagery and messages that they deem to be political, with a fine or a likely sanction.
Drogba has already replied them saying he will do it over and over again.
Is his tribute really political?
Is his tribute really political?
Saturday, 7 December 2013
This is absolutely incredible and it gives goose pimples. 11 years old South African poet, Bothlale Boikanyo, who won South Africa Got Talent 2012 performed this breathtaking poem in one of her presentation. With all the craziness of Africa, watching this little piece of talent perform, makes me proud to be African!
Tuesday, 12 November 2013
This is shocking and disgusting. Watch how South African police humiliate and abuse youngsters who were out on a lazy night to play pool and mingle with friends in a tavern. The night out turned into a nightmare when cops stormed into the venue and abuse the youths, kicking them, beating them up, pouring drinks and water on them, hitting them with police baton etc all in the name of law. What is really the matter with African police officers? Why do they like taking laws into their hands?
Watch the horrific video after the cut:
Tuesday, 16 July 2013
Charles Novia Diss Nigeria Over Beverly Osu Act In BBA, Says "South Africa Has Fingered & Sub-Raped Nigeria"
Mr Charles Novia diss Nigeria by comparing Beverly Osu and Angelo's relationship in the BBA to that of Nigeria and South Africa. Read what he had to say about their
fingering acts in the reality show.
I mentioned earlier on my facebook page that I don’t follow Big Brother Africa and that is by choice. A choice I believe lots of people have on their decoders by ignoring or disabling the channel off their bouquet. I align myself with Professor Wole Soyinka’s statement made a few years back that BBA is pervasive and debasing.
Reading snippets of this year’s edition on some online platforms, I think the Good Prof’s statement has largely been vindicated. Uninhibited sexual frolicks on open camera, accusations of STDs being passed around, shameless smooching by hormonal charged housemates and ear-tingling swear words are the pre-dominant values being shown to the continent from that neo-Gommorhic contraption of a creation. Of course, I’m told the content producers cleverly hide my above description with so-called tasks which lamely try to project positive African cultures and traditions; which is ironical because such modern franchises like BBA are neo-imperialist means of eroding the very essence of Africanism as the world moves to an incomprehensible digital age.
Saturday, 6 July 2013
In South Africa, some Nigerians have been killed by suspected armed men who are also Nigerians.
According to South African police spokesperson, Tim Masilela, five men were in a volkswagen Golf on the evening of Thursday 4th July, when a car stopped in front of them, a group of men got out from the car and opened fire, killing two men in the golf.
A wounded passenger tried to run away but collapsed and died a few metres from the crime scene; the fourth man died later in the hospital but the fifth man in the car was not hurt.
Meanwhile, last Saturday, three Nigerians were killed in a cellphone shop in Voortrekker Street, Benoni. They were inside the shop when five armed men entered the shop at about 6pm, killing three of the customers inside the shop.
According to police report, the gunmen fled in green BMW and are believed to be Nigerians. Spent cartridges and a licensed firearm belonging to one of the dead men were found on the crime scene.
The motive for the killing is still unknown but a possibility the victims were a rival group is being investigated.
Monday, 1 July 2013
Nigerian Rapper Ice Prince beat 2face Idibia, Toya Delazy from South Africa, Donald from South Africa, R2Bees from Ghana and Radio & Weasel from Uganda to win the 2013 Best African Act at the BET Awards yesterday. Congrats to him!
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
This giant snake in the picture allegedly swallow up a woman in South Africa. The incident happened two days ago near Durban North in South Africa and a South African reporter by the name Linda Laina Nyatoro, who witnessed the incident sent the pictures. Weird and unimaginable things just keep happening.
More pix after the cut:
Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Just when you think you have seen it all, something weird happens again. An 8-year-old South African boy wed a 61-year-old woman, after he was instructed to do so by the ghost of his ancestor. Little Sanele Masilela wed Helen Shabangu, who is already married and has five children.
The child, from Tshwane, South Africa, and his family feared divine punishment had they not followed the instructions for him to marry. “This is the first time this has happened in the family,” said Sanele's mother, 46-year-old Patience Masilela, who works at a recycling center with her new daughter-in-law. “Sanele is named after his grandfather, who never had a white wedding before he died so [he] asked Sanele to get married. He chose Helen because he loves her. By doing this we made the ancestors happy. If we hadn't done what my son had asked then something bad would have happened in the family.”
As for the more than 50-year age difference, Patience was perfectly fine with letting her youngest child get married. “I didn't have a problem with it because I know it's what the ancestors wanted and it would make them happy.”
The family paid £500 ($744.85, N117,952) for the bride, plus an additional £1,000 ($1,489.70, N235,903) for the ceremony, which was put together in two months.
Sanele wore a silver and black suit, while his bride donned a traditional white wedding dress, and carried a bouquet of white and purple flowers.
Images from the ceremony show the little boy looking pretty angry (and possibly confused) about his new marriage status, but he and his mother paint a different picture. “I told my mother that I wanted to get married because I really did want to,” he explained.