Happy birthday 🎂🎉 to footballer Oupa Manyisa.

experienced duo were released by Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs respectively after their contracts expired but have quickly found new employment.ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏‏٢‏ شخصان‏، ‏‏‏أشخاص يقفون‏ و‏نشاطات في أماكن مفتوحة‏‏‏‏He played his part in Sundowns’ success over the past few seasons but hardly featured this term after undergoing surgery on an Achilles tendon.

Manyisa joins Joseph Molangoane in signing for the new Premier Soccer League club following his release from Kaizer Chiefs.

 

TTM will be competing in the Premiership next season after buying the status of BidThevest Wits, a transaction that has already been approved by the PSL.

Now view 11 other PSL veterans who are free and could still do a job

Happy birthday 🎂🎉 to hip hop artist, producer and fashion icon Riky Rick.

As the country comes to grips with the increase in coronavirus cases in Mzansi, social distancing and now a 21-day lockdown, rapper Riky Rick said that something good will come of this difficult time.ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏شخص واحد‏، ‏‏‏جلوس‏ و‏منظر داخلي‏‏‏‏Riky Rick. Picture: Instagram

As most of the country is social distancing in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus, Riky thinks people needed to use this time to organise their lives and re-evaluate their lifestyles. The “Boss Zonke” hitmaker said on Twitter, “This will most probably be the most difficult year for most of us, but something tells meربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏شخص واحد‏، ‏‏وقوف‏‏‏ goods things will come if we use these times to organise our lives and re-evaluate our lifestyles. Financially and spiritually … a lot of work to do.”ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏‏شخص أو أكثر‏ و‏أحذية‏‏‏

Actress Sphelele Mzimela reveals she struggled to conceive for a long time

Sphelele Mzimela is about to be a mommy to twins.Sphelele Mzimela is about to be a mommy to twins.
Image: Instagram/Sphelele Mzimela
Former Uzalo actress Sphelele Mzimela has revealed that she’s expecting twins after a challenging journey of trying to conceive.

Speaking to Move! magazine, Sphelele opened up about the many years she struggled to conceive and how she never went to a doctor to find out why she wasn’t falling pregnant because a real diagnosis of an inability to conceive would have broken her heart.

“I was scared of finding out that maybe I will forever struggle to have children or something,” she said.

However, Sphelele said now that her double miracles had arrived she’s realised that the stars weren’t aligned properly when she previously tried to conceive.

The actress took to her Instagram to announce that she was carrying twins and that while she had no idea, the “twin” genes are very strong in both her and her babies’ daddy’s family trees.

“My grandmother (my mother’s mother) whom I haven’t seen since I was 8 came to visit us a few weeks ago. She revealed to me that twins actually run in our family. The father of my children, his mother is a twin.

“I get that it might not have been that I was unable to conceive, the stars were just not aligned. I have never been happier but carrying twins is wild,” she said.

Seven things you might not have known about the late icon Mary Twala

As Covid-19 regulations prevented mass attendance of veteran actress Mary Twala’s funeral, it was was live-streamed on July 9 2020. As Covid-19 regulations prevented mass attendance of veteran actress Mary Twala's funeral, it was was live-streamed on July 9 2020.
Image: Gallo Images/Grant Pitcher

As SA mourns the passing of veteran actress Mary Twala, she is remembered for her talent and the great passion she had for her craft.

In honour of a life well lived, here are seven things you might not have known about this national treasure:

1. TALENT RUNS IN HER FAMILY

Twala was married to the late actor and director Ndaba “Mshefane” Mhlongo.

Together, they were blessed with a son, Somizi Mhlongo, who is a talented choreographer, actor and presenter.

If this doesn’t scream “talented family”, we don’t know what does.

2. SHE WAS CONNECTED TO HER LOVE UNTIL THE VERY END

Mam’Mary, as she was affectionately known, passed away on July 4 at the age of 80 at Park Lane Hospital in Johannesburg. This date was the birthday of her late husband.

3. HER CAREER SPANNED MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY

Twala was cast in her first role after her older sister took her to an audition in 1963. Directors and producers soon fell in love with Mam’ Mary’s talent and work ethic and she went on to have a career spanning 57 years.

Apart from her roles in some of Mzansi’s best soapies including Yizo Yizo, the veteran actress also appeared in numerous stage plays and films including Taxi to Soweto and Mapantsula.

Her final appearance on the big screen was in the upcoming indie movie This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection, which has won several international awards.

4. SHE AND SOMIZI APPEARED IN THE SAME MOVIE

One of Twala’s most memorable roles was playing the titular character’s grandmother in Sarafina! — a 1992 movie which also starred her son, Somizi.

Somizi was cast as Fire, a student leader who played a key role in the Soweto uprising, which the plot of the film centres on.

5. SHE STARRED IN SEASON ONE OF GENERATIONS

For many years, Generations was one of Mzansi’s most-loved soapies and Twala appeared during its very first season in 1994. She played a guest role which she executed with the utmost excellence. 

6. SHE WAS A MUCH-LAUDED ACTRESS

Throughout her career, Mam’Mary received recognition for her craft and won various awards.

In 2015, she won a Golden Horn for Best Actress in a TV Comedy at the South African Film and Television Awards for her role as MaKhambu in Skwizas.

In 2011, her role as MaDolly on Hopeville got her nominated for a Best Supporting Actress award at the sixth Africa Movie Academy Awards.

In 2018, the Mbokodo Awards, which honours women in the arts, saluted her with a Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2019, she received The Standard Bank Top Women Lifetime Achiever Award.

7. SHE RECEIVED A NATIONAL ORDER

In 2019, the veteran actress was awarded the Order of Ikhamanga in silver by President Cyril Ramaphosa. According to The Presidency’s website, she was given this honour for “her excellent contribution to the performing arts and for creatively raising awareness on women’s health issues through storytelling”.

Kairo Forbes turns 5 with 1million IG followers and many more achievements to note

Kairo birthday 3AKA and DJ Zinhle’s daughter, Kairo Forbes turned 5 and Mzansi is celebrating.

Kairo did not just celebrate her 5th birthday on Wednesday, she’s also celebrated another milestone.

The young socialite and entrepreneur has reached 1 million followers on Instagram.

The account is managed by her grandmother aka glammy, Lynn Forbes.Like a true social media sensations, at just five years old, Kairo is verified on Instagram. The youngster recently announced that she will be donating 100 kiddies masks to curb the coronavirus pandemic.Kairo instagram cake

She’s the most followed South African child influencer. Before we know it she might suppress her parents. Kairo is only five how many will she have by the time she is 10?Kairo birthday cake

Her birthdays each year remind fans just what an amazing life this young girl is already living. So, to mark her birthday, here are more of Kairo’s achievements to take note of and make us wish we had the life of this child when we were five-years-old.

RELEASING HER OWN WATCH

ther brands she has worked for include the iStore and Mama Magic Baby Expo!.

HAVING FAMOUS PARENTS
Growing up many wished they had famous parents or were born into wealth. Well, lil’ Kairo has the best of both worlds. Being a child of DJ Zinhle and AKA has benefits like sharing a stage with your mom and having your own Louis Vuitton bag before the age of five.

Do you guys remember last year when she put all of our childhood dreams to shame by releasing her own watch in collaboration with her mother’s brand called Era by DJ Zinhle. Can we speak about the campaign images? They are so cute we literally can’t deal.GRACING MAGAZINE COVERS
First she graced the cover of Hype magazine in 2017 with her dad AKA – Kiernan Forbes – when she was only two years old. The following year, she joined her mom on the cover of Destiny magazine just before her third birthday.

We can only wonder what she has in store for us in 2020…

SECURING THE BAG
Kairo Forbes is living up to her last name, because she sure is coining that change. She has collaborated with Truworths Fashion to promote their children’s clothing brands Naartjie and Earthchild.Zinhle and Kairo

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