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Long Island man attacks ex-girlfriend's new lover with machete

Graham Rayman NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, September 9, 2016, 10:24 AM An enraged man attacked his ex-girlfriend’s new lover with a machete on Long Island late Thursday, Suffolk County Police said.Santos Torres, 42, of Central Islip tracked down Jose Hernandez, 39 outside a house on Bradley St. in Brentwood at about 11:30 p.m. and hacked him repeatedly with the blade.Suffolk cops arrived and found Hernandez bleeding from several serious

Family first! Zahara is set on taking her sisters all the way to the top

Zahara has teamed up with her sisters for a gospel collaboration Image by: WALDO SWIEGERS Zahara has offered her helping hand to her three sisters to get their music careers off the ground. After forming a gospel music trio a few years ago, Zahara’s sisters – Nomonde, Lumka and Bandezwa Mkutukana, are all ready to release their debut album this year, under their sister’s record label, Zahara Army. Speaking to

Molefe's Gupta lesson - don't offer people SA Finance Minister job, you'll end up in Saudi Arabia

Some South Africans may be content with being known as the nation that hounded a wealthy family out of its country and closed their bank accounts‚ but Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is not. In an interview with EyeWitness News on Wednesday‚ Molefe disapproved of the manner in which the Gupta family had been treated in recent months. He said that a tendency to “colour people in a particular colour‚ very

Zuma's convoy in crash on Durban’s M4

President Jacob Zuma’s convoy was allegedly involved in another blue light brigade crash on the M4 in Durban on Tuesday. Citing reports‚ the Democratic Alliance on Wednesday said the “president’s protectors” had been hospitalised due to injuries. “Meanwhile‚ the president proceeded to King Shaka International Airport‚” DA shadow deputy minister of police Marius Redelinghuys said in a statement. Zuma was in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday to open the new Toyota vehicle

Reserve Bank fines Capitec and Deutsche Bank SA combined R25 million

The Reserve Bank fined Capitec and the local branch of Deutsche Bank a combined total of R25 million last year for shortcomings in the systems they have in place to combat money laundering‚ the Bank said. The Bank also announced that deputy governor Kuben Naidoo would take over as registrar of banks from Renee de Wet‚ who will retire as registrar at the end of this year. Naidoo‚ who will

An unrepentant apartheid-era mass murderer is a beneficiary of a multimillion-rand government land reform programme meant to benefit previously disadvantaged emerging black farmers.

An unrepentant apartheid-era mass murderer is a beneficiary of a multimillion-rand government land reform programme meant to benefit previously disadvantaged emerging black farmers. Louis van Schoor, 65, who murdered 39 black people between 1986 and 1989 while employed as a security guard in East London, is now a director and beneficiary of a dairy farm project that is meant to empower black people. In previous interviews Van Schoor admitted to

Basetsana Kumalo has opened up about suing Drum magazine for defamation and reputational damages with costs, claiming that she is doing it for everyone who's had their name tarnished by the publication.

During an interview with Power FM, the media mogul revealed why she is taking legal action against Drum magazine, explaining that “what they have published is malicious lies.” “I have to take a legal battle with Drum magazine, because, quite frankly, what they have published is malicious lies, it’s not true, it’s a figment of their imagination that I am apparently obsessed with liposuction. That I have been lying to

Celtic Eyeing Bucs Duo

Bloemfontein Celtic Targeting Helder Pelembe And Mthokozisi Dube Bloemfontein Celtic are confident about landing Orlando Pirates duo, Helder Pelembe and Mthokozisi Dube ahead of the 2015/2016 season. The Bucaneers duo have been invited to train with Celtic at a camp in Guateng that gets underway on Sunday. Celtic management are also trying negotiate with Pirates in the hope of adding Pelembe and Dube to their squad for the 2015/2016 season,

Uganda Threatens War On DR Congo Over Lake Albert Attacks

By Rancis Mugerwa and Andrew Bagala The Uganda government has threatened to use military force against Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) forces if attacks on its citizens on Ugandan soil re-occur, a minister said on Monday. The threats came three days after four Ugandan police officers were shot dead while patrolling on its territory on Lake Albert by Congolese soldiers. The outgoing Foreign Affairs minister Okello Oryem, describing the incident