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Sbahle Mpisane graduates

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The socialite has been working towards obtaining her degree in Housing and Town planning, speaking to Metro FM earlier this year, Sbahle revealed that though it was a little tough for her to concentrate on her studies and work, she had finished her course and was waiting to graduate.

“I was studying housing and town planning, so I’m done now, I’ve got my degree, it’s really nice, I’ve got other things that I’m doing on the side, obviously I’m still on the run, trying to juggle school work and business as well.”

We and Sbahle, have been counting down the days to her graduation day and it’s finally here, see images below:

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Carol Bouwer celebrates 18 years of marriage

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It was only when I understood that I was complete that I could be part of a meaningful union… it was only when I knew that I was enough that I could make room to love! May the next 18 years be filled with more love, warmth, wisdom, laughter, pathos, unity, generosity, philanthropy, curiosity and the kind of drive we celebrate today as we mark 18 years of marriage… May every hug be lingering and warm, may every kiss be sweet and may every argument elevate us to a higher consciousness. I love you Edward Bouwer and I celebrate our union today and always! Happy anniversary to everyone who shares this special day with us. [Sic]

Here’s to more years of celebrating their love together.

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Thabsie releases new single ‘Ubuyanini’

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Nhlanhla Nciza’s Friends Scammed Thousands Of Rands In Her Name

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Nhlanhla Nciza’s Friends Scammed Thousands Of Rands In Her Name! The one half of Mafikizolo is the latest celeb to be victimized by scammers.

Nciza had her phone hacked back in 2017 and since then scammers have been asking her family and friends to send money ranging from R3500 to R13 000.

“A lot of people were scammed last year. People paid as much as R12000 to these accounts. The amounts varied – from R3500 – a lot of people paid R7000. It [scamming] died down a little bit and started again last week,” Nhlanhla told Sowetan.

This past weekend, Nhlanhla was performing in Zimbabwe when one of her friends was robbed off their belongings.

“A close friend was robbed of her belongings after agreeing to meet up with the hackers, who led her to believe that she was assisting in an event to honour me in Ekurhuleni. They set up a time and spot at the municipality offices then cleaned her out.

“This has left me hurt and worried because it could have been worse, all in my name.”

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