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Blom Blom with Busiswa

Busiswa has released a new album titled "My Side of the Story”
It’s her third studio album. The 12-track album is an eclectic mix of dance genres from Afro house, amapiano, gqom and kwaito.
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Blom Blom: Comedian Thomas Gumede

He was born on 6th February 1986, which makes Thomas Gumede age 33 going on 34. He was born in KwaZulu-Natal and relocated to Johannesburg with his family at the age of 13. As of now, there is very limited information available regarding his family and early life, i.e. parents, siblings, and childhood.

Blom Blom with Thembi Nyandeni

In the entertainment industry for 43 years, she embodies every role so much that being a multiple award-winning actress does not come as a surprise.

Thembi lights up when she talks about her childhood. This is because it was filled with singing and dancing, the first introduction to her successful career. Although born in Newcastle in KwaZulu- Natal, she was raised in Soweto. She grew up in a big family as one of eight children. Her parents were in the taxi business, and she would regularly help them. “I used to count the money that the drivers made at the end of the day and give it to my father, Petros Nyandeni,” she recalls. A typical girl she grew up as, it was written in the stars even back then that she would be well known. Entertaining her family, friends and community was her passion after all.


As a child, Thembi fell in love with the arts and was driven by passion to work towards her dreams. It is through these characteristics that she is successful in her career, and has received numerous accolades. “My mother says that I was already an entertainer at the age of two. So, you could say that I’ve been an entertainer all my life,” she says. At school she was hard to miss because she was always participating in some play, both singing and dancing. But, she left school in Grade 11. “I was born during the apartheid era, and being black was hard. I remember how bored I often was in class because we were taught in Afrikaans. I did not enjoy my schooling years.” This was also exacerbated by the fact that teachers often scolded her for the type of music she and her friends listened to. Certain types of music were banned because the government believed them to be a conspiracy by the opposition. Because she is strong- willed, she also didn’t want to be told what to do. This, coupled with her aspirations of becoming a singer and dancer, pushed her to leave school. “I couldn’t take the rules and regulations anymore. All I wanted was to have a voice a

Good Friday Comedy Hour.

'I dispute we were not friends, we met several times': Zuma on Zondo
Motshekga on matric exam leak: 'We'll only rewrite if the integrity of the exam is in jeopardy'

Skhumba Comedy Hour

Jackie Phamotse believes celebs use 'dark magic' to accumulate wealth (TIMESLIVE)
(Award-winning author Jackie Phamotse has accused some famous faces in the entertainment industry of using “snakes” and “witchcraft” to achieve success. The author shared an IGTV Live video where she discussed dark things regarding some of Mzansi's faves. Although she didn't drop names, Jackie shared enough hints to make some tweeps draw their own conclusions.)
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Good Friday Comedy Hour

Good Friday Comedy Hour WEEKLY WRAP UP
Ex-SAA board member Yakhe Kwinana has Justice Zondo in stitches (TIMESLIVE)
(Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Tuesday laughed off former SA Airways board member and ex-SAA Technical (SAAT) chairperson Yakhe Kwinana’s testimony at the commission of inquiry into state capture. Kwinana, a chartered accountant, denied discussing details of a R1.2 billion contract to supply aircraft components to SAAT with a director of a black economic empowerment arm of the successful bidder.)
Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary get bail of R200,000 each (TIMESLIVE)
(Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church leader Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary were on Wednesday granted bail of R200,000 each by the Pretoria magistrate's court. The couple and their three co-accused face fraud and money laundering charges related to an investment scheme valued at about R102m. They were arrested in October. Their co-accused were granted bail ranging from R20,000 to R100,000. Earlier in the day, supporters carrying portraits of the self-proclaimed prophet dropped to their knees outside court to pray for Bushiri.)
'Trump is a crybaby — he must accept defeat': Julius Malema weighs in on US elections (TIMESLIVE)
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