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[Video] Early ejaculation, “riding a little scooter” and other embarrassing sex moments

by: Buntu Mgwelo - 15 February 2017

[Video] Early ejaculation, “riding a little scooter” and other embarrassing sex moments

Sex doesn’t always go well. It gets embarrassing at times. We asked some peeps on the streets of Jozi to share their most embarrassing sex moments. From early ejaculation to getting caught in the act by a parent, watch their hilarious responses below. RELATED:  “I want to hoe a bit” and other reasons for being single...

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Watch kids in eShowe, KZN receive free washable pads

by: Live Staff - 15 February 2017

Watch kids in eShowe, KZN receive free washable pads

As part of our #FreeToBleed campaign, we wanted to keep the momentum going by launching a drive to provide pads to young girls. As part of this, we sponsored washable pad packs from SUBZ Pads, and handed them over to 54 grade 8 and 9 girls at Princess Langazana Secondary School in Eshowe in rural...

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This is what Zuma and Trump spoke about, according to South African Twitter

by: Carlos Ncube - 14 February 2017

This is what Zuma and Trump spoke about, according to South African Twitter

US President Donald Trump gave our president a call Monday evening. The agenda was unknown, but South Africans had their own speculations, and it would be mean of us not to share. 1. Donald Trump: I’m building a wall & Mexico will pay for it. Jacob Zuma: I built #Nkandla & South Africa paid for...

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My experience as a black and queer man at initiation school

by: Anonymous - 14 February 2017

My experience as a black and queer man at initiation school

Recently a racy trailer for a movie, called The Wound, featuring Nakhane Touré was released which sparked a lot of controversy about the mistreatment of gay initiates at initiation schools. Every year we hear about the health and emotional risk for young initiates. But I want to share my experience as a black queer initiate,...

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Cape Town Electronic Music Festival 2017 in pictures: YoungstaCPT, Zaki Ibrahim, Moonchild and more

by: Onele Liwani - 14 February 2017

Cape Town Electronic Music Festival 2017 in pictures: YoungstaCPT, Zaki Ibrahim, Moonchild and more

Last weekend the 6th annual Cape Town Electronic Music Festival was held at Cape Town’s City Hall. I attended two days of the 3-day festival. This was my third time at CTEMF, and this year’s was the littest I have experienced. With acts such as Stab Virus, Zaki Ibrahim, YoungstaCPT and Dilo Xclusiv, among others, I found myself...

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5 SA performances you need to see this weekend at the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival

by: Sabelo Mkhabela - 10 February 2017

5 SA performances you need to see this weekend at the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival

The Cape Town Electronic Music Festival returns to Cape Town (and also Jozi, this time around) this weekend, and as usual, it promises to be a jump. Below we recommend five acts you shouldn’t miss at the Grand Parade in Cape Town. Zaki Ibrahim Zaki is an amazing performer. She’s light on her feet, and...

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10 tweets about #SONA2017 that show South Africans have no chill

by: Athenkosi Guntu - 10 February 2017

10 tweets about #SONA2017 that show South Africans have no chill

Twitter was just too lit during #SONA2017. 1.  ANC MPs 15 min after Zuma started #SONA2017 pic.twitter.com/qgzaLHXDwv — Jan de Lange (@JanniedeLange) February 9, 2017 2.   #Tsotsi 😭😂😂😭 sata frika has no chill at all , he was Zupta and he is now Tsotsi @TrendingSAon3 #tsaon3 pic.twitter.com/XcVXwZA4U5 — NaeNutty (@NaeNuttyII) 9 February 2017 3. ...

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5 ways to get your issues heard in parliament

by: Neo Maditla - 8 February 2017

5 ways to get your issues heard in parliament

Do you have a burning issue? Want it put before parliament? Last year young activist and journalist, Pontsho Pilane, wanted free access to sanitary pads for all young South Africans and Project Demo helped her get it heard by parliament. But Project Demo isn’t the only option to get parliament to take your issues seriously....

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Patty Monroe displays vulnerability and versatility on her debut album

by: Sabelo Mkhabela - 8 February 2017

Patty Monroe displays vulnerability and versatility on her debut album

The Cape Town rapper Patty Monroe was “Killing it” in 2016. Not only did this collaborative single with Uganda’s Bebe Cool, get voted number 1 on the #AfricanCollabos fan poll, but she performed in Kenya and Uganda – her first gigs outside South Africa. But if 2016 proved she could rap with the best of them, 2017...

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Top 4 youth issues President Zuma could address at #SONA2017

by: Neo Maditla - 8 February 2017

Top 4 youth issues President Zuma could address at #SONA2017

Got plans this Thursday night? Cancel them. There’s only one event that needs your eyes, ears and tweets from 7pm – #SONA2017. It might not sound like a fun night in but President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation (SONA) address will touch on critical issues that affect young people in this country. So listen...

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