September 2019 Round Up

The best and worst moments of 2019

By  | Dec 30, 2019, 08:00 AM

September and spring had sprung - we love the smell of summer approaching! But before it's officially a hot girl (and hot boy) summer, we've got to let the ice melt off these stories

Here's a round up on what was really good, on the September 2019 roundup list.

9.  Nandi Introduces Queen Nefertiti Madida
Songstres, Nandi Madida, announced the exciting news of her official app launch; along with it, her daughter's name and pic. She is absolutely adorable!

Their daughter's name is Queen Nefertiti Madida, and introducing her she said in part: "Now, as we enter Spring! Here’s to the new app, new life, new beginnings and new addition to our family."

Hitmaker, Busiswa, and DJ Kaygee found themselves trending for scandalous reasons involving "cheating" Busiswa and a violent DJ Kaygee. Then...the nation woke up to yet another cheating scandal in ZAlebville involving South African actress, Jessica Nkosi, and her baby daddy Ntokozo TK Dlamini.

While the spotlight was still set on Jessica and Ntokozo, Black Twitter managed to feature Busiswa's scandal with her baby daddy, DJ Kaygee, with the purpose of drawing a few comparisons and exposing what some reckoned were "double standards".

Moonchild Sanelly broke the internet when she posted a video of herself "twerking into 2020" on her bed. 

While many love her bubbly and unpredictable personality, some questioned her behaviour - but she made it candidly clear that she loves and celebrates her body and will not stop because she is being herself.
The nation woke up to the sad news of the passing of Idols runner up, Thami Shobede. The 31-year-old had carved quite an impressive music career post his memorable stint on Idols in the year 2016.

According to The Citizen Newspaper, it was reported that the KwaZulu-Natal born star was suffering from depression before he died.

Thami's mother, Mantombi Buthelezi spoke quite candidly about her son's horrific ordeal - adding that he had started isolating himself from the family.

Rising star, Owami Mafokate turned 18 in September and what better way to seal the deal with a sizzling new pair of wheels?

The young lady posted only three pictures of her birthday celebrations -  a scrumptious chocolate birthday cake, and the other two were of her sizzling new wheels, with her name, DJ Owami engraved on the number plate.
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One of Mzansi's most-loved couple, Minnie Dlamini - Jones and Quintin Jones made it to the one year mark as a married couple.

Minnie's younger brother, Khosini Dlamini, was fighting for his life in hospital after being admitted as a result of an alleged aneurysma (weakening of an artery wall that creates a bulge of the artery) episode.

The sports presenter took to instagram and posted a short, but heartwarming caption, whereby she thanked her hubby for being there for her in trying and sombre times.

After just 4 episodes of flexing, car racing and what have you, the reality TV show FBK Millionaires was cancelled.

These news then sparked other rumours and claims that Kgopotso Tsekeleke Mmutlane a.k.a DJ Coach - who is the CEO and founder of Forex Broker Killer institution (which ultimately inspired the reality show FBK Millionaires) - had allegedly been lying about his financial status, among other things.

A video captioned "#ExposingFBK" made the rounds on the Mzansi internet, bearing the burden of proof for the said claims.
Our favourite bad boy was out! The powers that be had decided to ''crop him out'' of our television screens.

SK's sacking from The Queen was alluded to various claims, including his dramatic personal life and diva tendencies on set, that proved to be irksome to those working with him. But it was later released that he was working on another production with Ferguson Films.

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