LISTEN | From Babes Wodumo’s last moments with Mampintsha to Zahara hospitalised — top stories of the week
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There’s no stopping Tyla
Tyla's hit song recently saw her occupy a spot on the top 10 Billboard Hot 100.
The singer is the first solo South African musician to appear on the chart since jazz legend Hugh Masekela’s Grazing in the Grass more than five decades ago.
Babes Wodumo struggling to come to terms with Mampintsha's death
Nearly a year after the passing of her husband Mampintsha, Babes Wodumo has recounted her last moments with him at the side of his hospital bed.
When the singer went live on Instagram recently, she struggled to hold back tears as she recalled how she reacted after realising her husband was dead.
Zahara's family ask for privacy, prayers as singer fights for her life in hospital
The family of award-winning songstress and reality TV star Zahara have broken their silence regarding the singer's health.
An official statement issued on Monday by Zahara's family and team on her social platforms confirmed the singer was hospitalised and asked for privacy and prayers for her speedy recovery.
New show on the way
Mzansi is set to get a front-row seat into the lives of the wives, girlfriends (WAGs) and exes of South Africa’s renowned sports stars on Sports Wives.
The show, set to air on December 5, follows the lives of six women who are involved with sportsmen and women.
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