Friday, 5 June 2015

Gentlemen don't necessarily prefer blondes: poll

The urban myth that gentlemen prefer blondes has been put to rest.

In fact, according to a recent survey, brunettes are just as popular with the male population, with 31% of men finding golden locks to be the most attractive and the same percentage preferring darker tresses. Ten percent of men have a weakness for redheads, while 28% claim not to "discriminate" based on hair color.

Mbalula hits out at media over Jordaan’s letter to Fifa

Sports minister Fikile Mbalula has lashed out at claims that South Africa paid a $10-million bribe to wanted Fifa executive Jack Warner on Twitter‚ firing a barrage of angry tweets aimed at news reports on the matter.

Referring to revelations that Danny Jordaan had written a letter to Fifa asking that the money be transferred‚ he tweeted: "The truth is twisted to fit the headline.”

Summon Jordaan to appear before Parliament‚ DA demands

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro mayor Danny Jordaan said on Thursday that as his name hasn’t been mentioned in the US indictment alleging corruption and bribery relating to the 2010 World Cup‚ there’s no reason to speak about it publicly.

But‚ if the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) Solly Malatsi gets his way‚ Jordaan will be doing just that in front of Parliament’s portfolio committee on sport and recreation.

Michelle Obama worth $40 as a slave, says IS

In a new edition of its propaganda magazine, IS vows to bring slave markets to the West and claims the American First Lady isn't worth all that much.

The Daily Beast quotes IS propaganda magazine Dabiq as saying: “I swear by Allah, O you who feign to be knowledgeable and shout with falsehood in every gathering, surely the slave markets will be established against the will of the politically ‘correct’! And who knows, maybe Michelle Obama’s price won’t even exceed a third of a dīnār, and a third of a dīnār is too much for her!”

Black families could land in jail for cheering too loudly at graduations

Papers were served on black families who excitedly cheered their relatives who had graduated at a school in Mississippi, USA.

Linda Walker, mother of an eighteen-year old was ecstatic to witness her daughter graduate from Senatobia High School.

She and another family were asked to leave a graduation ceremony because they had said their daughter and relatives' names out loud as they walked on stage to accept their diplomas.