This from ewn.co.za:
Jeffrey Wenninger says he repeatedly tried to verbally and physically resist the singer’s alleged advances.
JOHANNESBURG – Sir Elton John is facing a sexual harassment claim from one of his former security guards.
Jeffrey Wenninger claims the singer touched him inappropriately several times throughout the course of his employment in 2014.
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This from news24.com:
Johannesburg – The Constitutional Court will hand down judgment in Nkandla matter on Thursday this week.
In a letter by the senior registrar’s clerk of the Constitutional Court, it informs parties that judgment would be handed down at 10:00 on March 31.
The matter relates to security upgrades – paid for the taxpayer – made to Zuma’s home in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal.
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City Law Enforcement staff were instrumental in apprehending a gang of armed robbers this morning who had stolen a hefty sum of money from the local Engen garage.
The City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement staff based in Bonteheuwel had an eventful start to their day when officers chased down a gang of armed robbers. Continue reading
At 13:30 this afternoon Western Cape Government Health Emergency Medical Services was alerted to a motor vehicle accident where a car rolled off the Franschhoek Pass and caught alight. Witnesses on the scene report that the vehicle was travelling in the direction of Villiersdorp and one person was seen trapped inside the burning wreck. Emergency Services including medical, rescue and fire are all on scene. No further details are available at this time.
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork and Mindy (True Movies, DStv Channel 138, Thursday March 31 at 15h15) follows Robin Williams’ sudden rise to fame and personal turmoil during that time as well as focusing on producer Garry Marshall who created the hit TV show.
Beginning with Williams in his days as a San Francisco street performer, the narrative follows his meteoric rise after the fast-talking Marshall decides to introduce a “Martian” within the Happy Days franchise.
Soon enough, he’s at the centre of his own major hit in Mork and Mindy and neglecting his sweetheart-turned-bride, hanging out in clubs, fooling around and partying with John Belushi.
The film stars Chris Diamantopoulos as Robin Williams; Erinn Hayes as Pam Dawber; Daniel Roebuck as Garry Marshall; David Josefsberg as Henry Winkler and Tyler Labine as John Belushi.
Both established music promoters, both brands giving value to their audience, both always guarantee a great show… Two Cape Town greats – Marmalade Productions and Alistair Izobell Productions coming together to present a top notch show.
Both production companies have produced spectacular shows over the years which include: Divas, Divos and Duets and Music Alla Kaap, both have included major international artists and the best South African music on offer. Between the two companies’ productions – over 100 000 fans have experienced their brand of success.
The date is perfect, just before Freedom Day, what a great way to celebrate!
Rocking the City will feature: The Rockets, PJ Powers, Nur Abrahams, Garth Taylor Edith Plaatjies, Morné Holland and one more surprise…. soon to be announced. The best Cape Town musicians will support this stellar line-up.
The Rockets are one of the most successful R&B/Pop groups and have shared the stage with many international acts including: Usher, Ronan Keating, Will Young, Alicia Keys, Eddy Grant, Luther Vandross, Billy Ocean, The O’Jays and many others. They have also performed at many prestigious events including – The Staying Alive Aids concert at Green Point stadium filmed by MTV and watched by an estimated audience of 2 billion. The Rockets have had a long and successful recording career releasing many top selling albums and are currently working on a new album due for release later this year.
There’s a celebration of British Royalty on ITV Choice (DStv channel 123) this April and May with a slate of exclusive programming in honour of Her Majesty, The Queen’s 90th birthday.
The Royal Season starts on Friday, April 29 at 20h00 with the exclusive African premiere of the documentary When Ant & Dec Met The Prince: 40 Years of the Prince’s Trust and will culminate three weeks later with a two-hour broadcast of the Queen’s 90th birthday pageant on Saturday, May 21.
Many of the shows in the line-up are a first and exclusive broadcast in Africa. The full line-up is as follows:
WHEN ANT & DEC MET THE PRINCE: 40 YEARS OF THE PRINCE’S TRUST
Premieres Friday April 29 at 20h00 Continue reading