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News broke on Sunday alleging that AKA’s fiance Nellie Tembe jumped from the 10th floor in a hotel in cape Town.

The Tembe and Forbes family released a statement confirming her passing however in a statement that was released by the two families it never stated she jumped or how she died.

When news broke a lot of people started speculating Nellie Tembe had a mental health issues.

Yesterday Maphephanda released a program of an online prayer in loving memory of Anele Tembe. The online prayer is at 6 pm to 7pm every day until the day of the funeral.


For more details please check the poster.

May her beautiful soul rest in peace.

Guys let’s try to be kind to one another mental illness is a real issue. Don’t be the reason someone’s day got ruined because of you. We don’t know what people are going through everyday and what they are battling with. Let’s be kind to one another and being kind it doesn’t cost anything



US-based actress Nondumiso Tembe has opened up about how heartbroken she is at the death of her younger cousin Anele “Nelli” Tembe.

Nelli, who was engaged to popular rapper, AKA, died on Sunday morning. The 22-year-old apparently fell from the 10th floor of a Cape Town hotel, and police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.


Nondumiso shared a picture on Instagram of the cousins kissing, stating: “words fail me right now.”

In her touching message to Nelli, whom she referred to as “my baby,” Nondumiso expressed how she and their family will forever hold her in their hearts. She also went on to thank those who have sent messages of support to the family.


Multi-talented US-based actress, Nondumiso Tembe speaks up about the passing of her baby sister, Anele “Nelli” Tembe.

The former Generations actress shared a short note on Instagram, expressing how pained she is; she also appreciated those who have comforted the family in a time like this.

“My baby, Ngiphelelwe amazwi – Words fail me right now. We will hold you in our hearts forever. Lala kahle, mbali yethu  Thank you so much to everyone who has sent kind words of comfort for our family, ngiyathokoza kakhulu,” she said.

Nondumiso is a cousin to Nelli, and lots of persons are still in shock at her death, which occurred on Sunday morning.



Londie London is turning 29 today and she is over the moon as she thank God for keeping her alive to see this day.

The star has been counting down for days as she couldn’t keep calm for this day.


Well, the day is finally here and Londie shared a beautiful picture of herself.

Londie captioned: “#29yearsInLondon 🎈🎁 Happy birthday to me”

The musician welcomed her baby boy in February 2021.


Let’s take a look at some few things about the star:

  1. Londiwe Siphiwokuhle Zulu is Londie London real name. She was born in 1992. Therefore, Londie London’s age as of now is twenty-seven.
  2. She grew up in Phoenix. As young as six years old, Londiwe showed her interest in music.
  3. She would sing during Christmas parties and whenever there were family gatherings.
  4. Londie London’s musical career dates back to her childhood days. Londie had a passion for music. She also came from a musical family.
  5. In 2017, she signed up with Ambitiouz Entertainment Spring, and after a few months of consistent work, she leased her first hit; ‘He Goes.





Jeannie D has left a mark in every venture that she has tried. Her career started when she was young when she learnt the art of taking risks and going for her dreams. She gave her best as a radio presenter and later on took the risk of trying out being a TV host. She is famous for her shows; the Top Billing and the Afternoon Express show. She is also the reason behind the Jennie D perfume. You probably have asked yourself the question, who is Jeannie D? How about we tried to figure out the answer to this question.


Jeannie de Gouveia, popularly known as Jeannie D, is a South African television presenter, actress, radio DJ, and entrepreneur. She is famous for her angelic voice through a radio show that she worked in. The show is aired on Good Hope FM radio. She is also renowned for her career as a presenter on Top Billing show. Apart from her job, she also took part in the second season of Strictly Come Dancing, where she lasted for six weeks. The show airs on SABC2.

Young and attractive as she may look, you might be interested in knowing when was she born, and maybe her age too. She was born on the 13th of April 1982; hence, her age as of date is thirty-seven. She, however, does not look like it. She was born in Johannesburg and spent her childhood life there.



Kgomotso Matsunyane is a South African producer, writer, director, editor, blogger, businesswoman and television presenter best known to television audiences for hosting the late-night shows Pillow Talk (SABC3) and her own talk show on SABC2, Late Night with Kgomotso, since October 2008.

Born in Soweto, Kgomotso attended high school at Roedean School in Johannesburg, matriculating in 1989.


She graduated from Carleton College in Minnesota, USA in 1995, with a diploma in International Relations. She lived in the United States for six years before returning to South Africa.

She is an accomplished television director and producer, and is no stranger to radio as she worked as a producer at Kaya FM, from 1997-1998.

In 2003 Kgomotso co-founded (with Akin Omotoso and Robbie Thorpe) TOM Pictures, an independent film and television production company. The company’s first project was producing Craig Freimond’s film Gums and Noses, which went on to win Best South African Film at the New York Independent Film Festival in 2004.


They also produce the SABC1 drama series A Place Called Home, based on the novels “Finding Mr. Madini” and “Great African Spider Writers” by Jonathan Morgan, about a writer who inspires and finds inspiration from homeless people living in Johannesburg.

The series premiered on SABC1 in December 2006 and a second season runs through the 2008/2009 season.

Matsunyane worked as a commissioning editor for local drama series at SABC1, South Africa’s biggest broadcaster, from 2002-2004. Her projects included the highly successful drama series Gaz’lam and Tsha Tsha, as well as the country’s most-watched programme, the soapie Generations.

She was also a writer on the award winning drama series Yizo Yizo II.

She left the SABC to take up the job of editor of O, The Oprah Magazine in South Africa, in 2004. She held the post until 2006.




At 25 years of age Natasha Thahane buys her self a house , Thahane shared the good news on social media thanking God and her fans for always supporting her.


Natasha Thahane is one of SA’s youngest actors.Born in Soweto ( Orlando East) , South Africa she is a graduate from the New York film academy and has an accounting degree from University of Witswaterand (Wits).

Her father is Thamsanqa Trevor Tutu and her mother is Nomaswazi Mamakoko.


The famous archbishop Desmond Tutu is her paternal grandfather who she stayed with for some time in her life.

Somizi Mhlongo must have been amazed , Natasha’s peers or people around her age range mostly don’t own houses or even think of buying them. But she did, and it is a massive achievement. Other media personalities that congratulated her are Gail Malebane and Khaya Dladla.

Congratulations Natasha Thahane, Keep on Shining!

Tshiamo Molobi opens up on his life and how he tackles 2 acting roles on The Queen & Rhythm_17-year-old actor




He’s sweet and humble in real life, just like his onscreen characters.


Even though his schedule is tight because of school – he’s been taking online classes and studying from home under the lockdown – Tshiamo Molobi gives us some time to catch up.


He fell in love with acting when he was in Grade 3. And when he saw the then young actor Junior Singo in a movie, Tshiamo was more certain than ever that he wanted to be an actor too.

“I used to watch a lot of movies and I would be so inspired by them,” the 17-year-old reveals.

And I remember seeing Junior in a movie, and that just showed me I could do it at my age.”

When he told his mom, Ida Molobi, about his ambition, she was supportive and found an agency to help kick-start his career.


That’s how it all began,” he said. Before getting his big break as Lefa in Rhythm City and as Tshepo in The Queen, the young actor did a lot of adverts.

“Eventually, I moved on to bigger things.” Tshiamo grew up in Fourways, north of Johannesburg. He’s an only child raised by his single mom.

The rising star has his whole future planned out – he plans to get a qualification in directing and cinematography once he finishes high school.

Tshiamo Molobi

“I’ve never worked behind the scenes before, however, I do feel like I could do a lot and I enjoy being on set,” Tshiamo says. When he’s not busy with school or between sets, he enjoys hanging out with his friends, playing sports, and gaming


On TV, Tshiamo plays two young teens from different walks of life, but both are respectful and gentle at heart.

Another thing the boys share is the change to their home lives due to their fathers’ actions. One went from rags to riches, the other from riches to rags.

As Tshepo in The Queen, he’s an underprivileged boy whose father abused him. But his life takes an unexpected turn when he’s adopted by a rich family. In Rhythm City he’s Lefa, a teen from the suburbs who moves in with his extended family in the township after his dad fails to take responsibility for looking after him and his siblings.

“I resonate with Lefa more, we both grew up in the ‘burbs,’ he laughs. “But apart from the background, I feel like I understand him emotionally too. We behave similarly and deal with things in the same way.” Even though he relates more to Lefa, Tshiamo enjoys both roles.

“I play them both so easily, it’s just easy to adapt to a character for me.” And understanding their emotional intelligence is what makes it easy for him.

Tshiamo hopes young people who are inspired by him will have the courage to follow their dreams and be prepared to put in the work. But for now, Tshiamo is focused on school and his two major roles. He hopes to make it to Nexflix very soon, though.

“The production doesn’t matter – I just want to be on Netflix. It is such a great platform.”

Somizi gifts daughter, Bahumi one of his wigs


Somizi put a beautiful smile on the face of his daughter, Bahumi after he gave her one of his wigs. The media personality has now gone bald and he is loving every bit of it.

Taking to Instagram, the star decided to gift his daughter one of his wigs since he might not be needing them anytime soon or again. In the video, Somizi was seen making jest of his daughter’s wig as he threw down his wig.

Bahumi seems confused at first but was happy immediately her father told her he is gifting her. The excited Bahumi rocked the wig and the two concluded it looks really good on her.






KB Motsilanyane is a South African actress best known for appearing on 7de Laan as Lesedi and on Backstage as KayBee.

KB Motsilanyane rose to fame in Mzansi when she starred in the show Backstage that was on etv. She remained with etv after Backstage was cancelled and Rhythm City began airing. The actor joined Rhythm City as part of the original cast, and left the soapie in 2015. She later joined 7de Laan in 2017, which airs on SABC 2 and is in Afrikaans. In 7de Laan, she plays the role of Lesedi.

KB Motsilanyane is a divorced woman who was once married to Terry Pinana. KB Motsilanyane and Terry, according to Daily Dispatch, separated in 2007. After that, she was engaged to businessperson Nico Matlala although that did not work out. KB Motsilanyane and Nico split, which happened in late 2016, was a rough one by her own account. There were allegations that Nico kicked her out.

KB Motsilanyane was born on 08 April 1979. KB Motsilanyane is 41 years old as of 2020.

KB has been in the entertainment industry since 1999 so it is safe to say that she has enough experience to know what it takes to succeed. Over the course of her career, she has worked with the likes of Pam Andrews, Connie Chiume, Kelly Khumalo, and Wright Ngubeni among many others

congrats: Pearl Thusi reveals wedding plans👰


Pearl Thusi hasn’t dropping on being married to the love of her life, as she needs having a marriage celebration. The actor shared videos of herself taking note of late Lucky Dube songs and she or he appear extremely excited as she American ginseng on.n

Ine video shared on her Instagram stories, Pearl discovered that Lucky Dube should be compete on her day.

However, the mother of 1 hinted on being during a romantic relationship with a white guy, however she’s been keeping her sexual love extraordinarily non-public, going fans to guess.

Speaking of her acting career, Pearl has hustled her thanks to the height as she’s been in Siam shooting a global action series and it’s an enormous dream come back true, despite the cancelling of reserves Netflix original series, Queen Sono.