Happiest birthday to Gigi Lamayne🥳🥳♥️

Born Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney, Gigi Lamayne is a 24-year-old South African award- winning extraordinaire who has taken the country by storm with her charismatic stage presence, versatility and remarkably mature lyrical abilities. Rapper, Singer, song-writer and Poet all describe this multi-facet artist. Her poetic skills were developed at the tender age of 11, having her first poem titled “Valentine’s Day” published at the Poetry Institute of Africa under the Anthology – Fairytale moon. Gigi Lamayne later developed her unique writing skills into rap by the age of 16, drawing inspiration from the likes of Jean Grae, Bob Marley, Brenda Fassie and Tupac Shakur.

Gigi Lamayne’s talent was realized at an exchange programme in the UK under the Richard Branson Scholarship programme at Stowe School Buckingham where her performance earned her the runner‐up position, as well as at The DCS showdown East District in 2011 where she scooped an award in the category: Best in Rap. The rapper and business woman can be recognized from her hit singles “1 Bar”, Ice Cream and Lobola as well as her high
acclaimed collaboration with the third largest sportswear brand in the world – Puma. Gigi Lamayne uses her life experiences as inspiration to take to the entertainment stage to better resonate with her prodigious audience. Somewhat of a feminist, one will always find deeper
meaning in her lyrics, which she hopes many will identify with.

ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏شخص واحد‏

Happy 30th birthday to Businesswoman,Television Personality and Actress Minnie Dlamini Jones.

Minnie Dlamini-Jones. Picture: InstagramNow, the definition of homeless is a person without a home, and therefore typically living on the streets.Happy 30th birthday to Businesswoman,Television Personality and Actress Minnie Dlamini Jones…All the best to her🎊🎉🎁🎂❤.

That is not the case with Minnie as she is still living in the house she once own except since the sale on the house has been finalised, she has not been able to find a new house because of the lockdown.

So her name is not on any title dead right now.

Minnie took to her Instagram Stories to share her anxiety over the situation.

“I just realised that we are officially homeless. We sold our house, everything has been finalised but we haven’t found another house because of lockdown,” she said on a live video with the sticker, ‘I am not panicking’.”

The TV presenter and businesswoman has been sharing her experience of the lockdown with her fans, including how the change of pace had forced her to deal with the grief of losing her brother, Khosini. Her lockdown glam also made her trend this week.

However, while TV gigs may be on hold, Minnie the businesswoman has been hard at work. The star is helping fight Covid-19 with the launch of her own range of hand sanitisers.

Speaking to Sowetan, Minnie explained that in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus, she’s added alcohol-based sanitisers to her signature MD Skincare range.

“It is something that was in the pipeline as a way to grow and diversify the MD product offering.

Happy 26th birthday to Entrepreneur, Poet, Songwriter and Hip Hop Artist Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney who goes by the stage name of Gigi Lamayne

Happy 26th birthday to Entrepreneur, Poet, Songwriter and Hip Hop Artist Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney who goes by the stage name of Gigi Lamayne…All the best to her🎊🎉🎁🎂.Born Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney, Gigi Lamayne is a 26-year-old South African award- ربما تحتوي الصورة على: ‏‏شخص واحد‏، ‏‏‏جلوس‏ و‏نشاطات في أماكن مفتوحة‏‏‏‏winning extraordinaire who has taken the country by storm with her charismatic stage presence, versatility and remarkably mature lyrical abilities. Rapper, Singer, song-writer and Poet all describe this multi-facet artist. Her poetic skills were developed at the tender age of 11, having her first poem titled “Valentine’s Day” published at the Poetry Institute of AfricaGigi Lamayne later developed her unique writing skills into rap by the age of 16, drawing inspiration from the likes of Jean Grae, Bob Marley, Brenda Fassie and Tupac Shakur. Gigi Lamayne’s talent was realized at an exchange programme in the UK under the Richard Branson Scholarship programme at Stowe School Buckingham where her performance earned her the runner‐up position, as well as at The DCS showdown East District in 2011 where she scooped an award in the category: Best in Rap. The rapper and business woman can be recognized from her hit singles “1 Bar”, Ice Cream and Lobola as well as her high acclaimed collaboration with the third largest Taking home 6 awards in the past three years, Gigi Lamayne, has religiously kept the Hip-Hop game interesting with her numerous free music downloads, surprise online music releases, chart-topping singles, visuals to accompany her music, and recently the first African one-woman-show. The quadruple talent has made a magnificent impact on the growth and development of the female MC scene in the African Continent.

Lasizwe is heartbroken, Mourns his aunt who died due to COVID-19

LasizweLasizwe has shared a heartbreaking ordeal that has occurred in his family. The reality star recently lost his aunt, who had been previously diagnosed with cancer, to COVID-19.lasizweHe took to social media to open up about the pain he is feeling and how real the virus is as it has hit home in the most cruel way.

Lasizwe said that his aunt contracted the virus from a relative who had visited his late aunt, and it was later discovered that the relative tested positive for the virus. It gets worse because the relative infected everyone in the household including the children.Lasizwe“I’m so shattered! My aunt had been diagnosed with cancer, recently one of the family members visited to check up on my aunt kanti they have Covid. They infected everyone from the kids to the adults who were there and now just got a call that my aunt has passed on!” he shared.

With restrictions put in place, funerals have been given strict precautionary measures to be adhered to and Lasizwe is disheartened at how it will be conducted as everyone close to the aunt is infected.

Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma pays tribute to MEC who died of Covid-19

Nkosazana Dlamini ZumaTributes continue to pour in for Gordon Kegakilwe, the North West MEC of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, who died of a Covid-19-related illness in Klerkdorp on Monday.

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said Kegakilwe was passionate about the issues affecting the poor and the most vulnerable section of the population.

During his tenure, he played an important role to ensure that his department is able to deliver on its mandate. He was able to lead effective planning, co-ordination and supported the development of habitable integrated human settlements.

“He worked tirelessly to preserve, protect and develop the institution of traditional leadership in the North West province. He also contributed greatly not only to ensuring that municipalities fulfil their mandate, but to the efforts to ensure improved delivery of services to communities,” Dlamini Zuma said in a statement

“The ANC caucus is deeply saddened by the untimely death of an organic intellectual, revolutionary cadre and patriotic servant of our people who served them with dedication, humility and loyalty.

“His experience in this regard and valuable contribution that he has made towards the betterment of the lives of our people, including fighting the global pandemic that took his life, will be sorely missed because his death is a monumental loss.”

Sebegoe said the ANC caucus, the executive council and the legislature would be poorer without Kegakilwe.

Kegakilwe died on Monday at a hospital in Klerksdorp after a short and serious illness, Premier Job Mokgoro said.
He said Kegakilwe was admitted with Covid-19 pneumonia on Sunday at the Vryburg Private Hospital and was immediately put on oxygen. A decision was taken on Monday to transfer him to a medical facility in Klerksdorp.

“He was transported from Vryburg to Klerksdorp in an ambulance and upon arrival in Klerksdorp, he suffered a cardiac arrest and despite all the efforts by the medical personnel, he succumbed and lost his life,” Mokgoro said

He said Kegakilwe had distinguished himself as one of the finest to have come from the ranks of the governing ANC and was a tried and tested leader.

The political party Forum 4 Service Delivery (F4SD) said it was saddened Kegakilwe’s sudden passing.

“F4SD shows its gratitude to the leadership of MEC Kegakilwe in serving the people of South Africa. Whilst we belong to different political parties, we had a common vision and mandate to deliver basic services to the people of North West,” it said.