Major League muso Banele has hit back at reports that he recently got engaged to his long-time girlfriend, Mihlali Ndamase.

The star made headlines after a Sunday Sun insider claimed that the muso had finally popped the question to Mihlali.

But it seems that nothing could be further from the truth.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE on Wednesday, Banele denied the claims and said that there were no plans for the pair to get married.


Sorry, folks. What happens in Vegas no longer stays in Vegas in the era of camera phones and social media.

Tiny Harris had to learn that lesson the hard way when video of her grinding up on Floyd Mayweather at Mariah Carey's Halloween party surfaced late last night. Must've made for a very awkward conversation with her husband, T.I.

Remember all that drama over the photo someone took of Tiny, Mimi and Floyd? Turns out there was way more to the story. Considering Floyd is Tip's


Taraji P. Henson’s personal life has been turned upside down after landing the role of Cookie Lyon on TV series Empire.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button star enjoyed a little anonymity before Empire took off, but now the 46-year-old can’t go out without getting recognised.

“You’re walking down the street and they’re (fans) just like, ‘Hey Cookie…’,” she chuckles, revealing she sometimes wants to be under the radar.

“Maybe I didn’t want the world to see how I looked


TV personality Luthando ‘Lootlove’ Shosha has slammed absent fathers in a number of social media posts‚ explaining that they are not aware of the effects of their ‘rejection’.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday — Lootlove‚ who was raised by her mother after her parents divorced — wrote: “Absent fathers have no idea how far the ripples of their rejection go.”

Despite this‚ she claimed that some kids‚ with herself included‚ are good without them.

“But f*** it‚ we good without


Haters can hate, but at least Unathi has ‘Song of the Year’ …

Idols SA crowned the season 12 winner on Sunday, but Noma Khumalo’s limelight was almost stolen by not one, but two wooden mic performances – according to viewers

Wooden Mic winner Mbishop Shezi set Twitter alight when he teamed up with judge Somizi Mhlongo to deliver an entertaining performance that left viewers in stitches.

While Somizi was praised for helping Mbishop shine, things didn’t go so well for fellow


HE MAY have missed the Idols SA title by a whisker, but Thami Shobede has not wasted time moping about.

Shobede from Mtubatuba in KwaZulu-Natal, who is based in Johannesburg, said he planned to hit the ground running after Noma Khumalo of Pietermaritzburg won the popular Mzansi Magic singing reality contest on Sunday. She beat him with some 50 000 votes of about 14 million cast at the finale.

He said he was not focusing on the past but charging ahead to pursue his dream. "I’m


A fake Facebook account set up in Pulane’s name is causing quite a stir …    

A fake Lenkoe Facebook page is causing a stir with posts aimed at her ex-boyfriend’s financial standing and performance in bed

The real Pulane has warned, on several occasions, about fake accounts that continue to fool fans with their questionable posts.

Taking to her Twitter account Pulane stated in a disclaimer that the only Facebook account which belongs to her is under the name


Former Bafana Bafana footballer Benni McCarthy recently announced his support and endorsement for child rights group Women and Men Against Child Abuse (WMACA), and in an interview recounted his own experience with abuse.

Benni said that growing up he saw his father beating his mother and he resolved to work hard to give her a better life.

“My mom unfortunately was on the end of a beating, and because I was the youngest of three kids at the time, I was always in the house and I


Bonang Matheba's drive and ambition is contagious and her journey to success is something to write a book about.

In a recent interview with Glam Africa magazine she shares her future plans of writing a book.

"It's a self-help book; a motivational book. A story about my career, the lessons I've learnt and how I got to where I am," she shared.

Rumour has it that the book has a chapter that talks about her love love. In the chapter Bonang speaks about the man who broke her


If only all women were like DJ Zinhle and Pulane Lenkoe! DJ Zinhle recently opened up about moving on and letting go now social media star Pulane Lenkoe reveals she’s good friends with her ex who leaked her nudes. ‘I have no beef with my ex, we are good friends,’ says Pulane Lenkoe.

Taking to Instagram, Pulane who maintains she is not a celebrity says she doesn’t take ‘social networks and media seriously because real life and social media are two totally different worlds’.


Wooden Mic winner Mbishop Shezi performing an operatic duet with Somizi at the season finale of Idols SA is the funniest thing you'll ever watch today!

Mbishop initially stole the hearts of many South Africans during his audition in the first episode of season 12.

He had the judges and viewers in stitches when he opted for "classical'' singing in an attempt to become South Africa's idol.

While he might not have won the singing competition, he managed to walk away with a


TV and radio goddess Bonang Matheba playfully made a passionate plea to Sunday World to buy her some sex toys.

"I have never actually gotten one, I don't think my friends and family are that brave to get me one," she said playfully.

Matheba was reacting to our questions on whether she owned any gadgets or not, following results of a study that showed South Africa came third of countries worldwide that purchased the most sex toys online.

She said although her listeners


After 11 seasons as a judge on Idols South Africa, radio star Gareth Cliff made his final appearance on the show on Sunday evening.

As one of the original judges on the show, Gareth had stolen the hearts of fans with his sharp comments and no-nonsense approach.

In an emotionally-charged season finale, Gareth finally bid farewell to the show that had seen him become a staple part of so many South African's Sunday nights.

He joined in the choruses of laughter as Somizi took


Major League DJs are spitting mad after their car was broken into and their equipment stolen, while performing in Braamfontein over the weekend.

The twins were performing at a popular venue in the trendy Johannesburg district, when a window of their Mercedes Benz V-Class tour van was smashed. The thugs got away with cellphones and equipment.

They took to Twitter the next day to recount the experience, and complain about the lack of artist parking in the area.


After battling it out in front of judges Randall Abrahams, Unathi Msengana, Gareth Cliff and Somizi for months, Noma Khumalo won the majority of the public vote which saw her become the first female winner of Idols South Africa in seven seasons! Over 83 million votes were cast this season and ultimately, Noma beat out runner-up Thami Shobede during the show's live finale at Carnival City's Big Top Arena.

Noma takes home a prize worth over R1,2 million which includes an exclusive


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