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DJ Tira aIIegedly r@pes upcoming music artist Luke. DJ Tira has been called out for taking advantage of a young woman who wants a spotlight in the music industry. MDN News reports that a woman whose name is Luke Ntombela went public about how the Durban-based DJ slept with her without c0nsent.


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DJ Tira

DJ Tira


“She got too lnt0xicated, and she blacked out, woke up next to DJ Tira, and looked like something happened. According to screenshots, the DJ continued to “touch her” lnappropriately despite her 0bjections.

“Yaz ngyakuzwa nje @djtira “ubuthakathi this, ubuthakathi that” Kodwa angiboni ukuthi bukhona obudlula ukuvuka embedeni womuntu une black out.

Aqhubeke akuthinte engathi niyathandana. Wazi kahle awukaze umthande and awuncenge lutho kuye engakwenza ulale naye. Kokhuluma nabo uthi usaba ukuthi ngizokublast “what if nothing happened..? La ngangenziweni eyenza ukuthi ngingakhumbuli??? Kunini ngicela ungichazele bhuti?.. Mfethu,uNkulunkulu ukhona,” the woman wrote.



Luke shared screenshots of her conversation with the DJ and how he’s been trying to bribe his way out of the situation.


“The DJ has been trying to get her to retract these public posts and even offered her money. She was aIIegedly promised a music vide0 or a song at Afro then they “partied” until she got in a b3d with the DJ. According to the screenshots, Luke has been giving Tira enough time to come clean about what happened. Makoya has been going back and forth ( as seen in the screenshots), offering her money and even trying to get her friends to get her into deleting the posts. Hayi kuningi but it’s there in the screenshots and on her Facebook page,” the blog wrote.


Luke Ntombela Dj Tira

Luke Ntombela Dj Tira


In other news – Rulani Mokwena and José Riveiro have shown quality as PSL standout coaches in recent seasons


South Africa’s soccer top flight has some outstanding coaches. Not least Steve Barker of Stellenbosch and Lehlohonolo Seema of Sekhukhune United. However, the last two seasons have belonged to Rulani Mokwena and José Riveiro, who will face off in the Nedbank Cup final on 1 June.


In sports, consistency is king. Or queen. Either way, when a sports entity is consistent, the probability of success is much higher. The chances of ruling over your opponents increase. Even then, of course, triumph is not guaranteed.

From a South African soccer context, there are no coaches that have been as consistent as Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Rulani Mokwena and his Orlando Pirates counterpart José Riveiro over the last two seasons. However, their consistency takes on contrasting guises.

Mokwena magic

On one end of the spectrum is Mokwena and his Sundowns side that tyrannically rules over the DStv Premiership. A recent 5-1 hammering of Kaizer Chiefs in the league secured a record-extending seventh league title on the trot for the Tshwane giants.

The victory took their overall tally in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) era to 14 league titles, almost double that of Chiefs and Pirates combined. The Soweto sides have just four league trophies apiece since the inception of the PSL in 1996.

Even more impressive is that Masandawana are on the brink of rewriting history by becoming the first South African side to clinch the league without suffering a single defeat in a South African league campaign. If they manage to navigate their remaining six league matches successfully, they will set this impressive new record.

Yet Mokwena recently spoke about how he feels undervalued. The 37-year-old has been at the helm as sole head coach of Sundowns since October 2022.

He was placed in that position after the Masandawana hierarchy opted to dismantle the three-man coaching team he was part of alongside Manqoba Mngqithi and Steve Komphela. Mokwena now leads the pack on his own.

In that year and a half that he has been in charge, the Brazilians are yet to taste defeat in the league. That’s comfortably over 30 games of draws being the worst result for Masandawana in the Premiership. Not that they aim not to lose when they head into games. It’s always to dominate their opponents and walk away with victory.

For example, their unbeaten run in the league this season features 19 wins and five draws. Still, Mokwena — who has masterminded this success — is not feeling the love.

The coach said he sacrifices so much to ensure Sundowns maintain their success and incredible dominance in the league.

“I can’t sleep. Because the moment I sleep is the moment people will beat us. The only thing I know is to continue what we are doing, with performances and results,” Mokwena stated.

Owing to the foundation laid by Pitso Mosimane over a number of years at Sundowns, as well as the fact that the Tshwane side has a chequebook thicker than a hardback Harry Potter novel, opposition fans often discredit Mokwena’s achievements with Masandawana.

In their eyes, anyone can coach the South African champions to regular victory and there is nothing special about the Soweto-born coach. Mokwena also has to contend with Masandawana supporters who see the league as a guaranteed trophy before the season even starts.

Their barometer for their club’s success is based on whether they win the Caf Champions League. Of course, they have only won this once, eight years ago under Mosimane – with Mokwena as one of the assistant coaches. Since then, it remains elusive.

Even the fact that Mokwena guided Sundowns to victory in the inaugural African Football League (AFL) has not earned him the respect he feels he deserves for his achievements at Chloorkop.

Granted, the AFL is decades away from being as prestigious as the Champions League. However, Sundowns still had to navigate past the crème-de-la-crème of African soccer to claim the first edition of the tournament in 2023, including beating Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca 3-2 in the final.

In pursuit of a treble

Now the club is in the Nedbank Cup for 2024. If they win this, the Brazilians will seal an impressive treble this season.

It’s still not good enough though. It is the Champions League that is most significant, as Mokwena pointed out after his team beat Steve Barker’s Stellenbosch 2-1 to reach a second Nedbank Cup decider in three seasons.

“Someone tried to console me and said to me, ‘you’ve got a double already. You’ve got the AFL and you’ve got the league title. So why are you still reeling [from your Champions League exit]?’

But I must say to you, I feel like I’ve let the club down, I feel like I’ve let the supporters down. I feel like I’ve let this group down,” Mokwena told journalists.

Spanish guitar

Then there is Spanish Pirates coach Riveiro, who has affectionately been dubbed ‘the Spanish guitar’ by his team’s faithful.

When the 48-year-old was announced as the new mentor of the Buccaneers in mid-2022, brows furrowed. South Africans had no idea who he was and what Pirates had seen in him. Or even how they had seen him and deemed him good enough for the club.

After all, Riveiro had spent most of his senior coaching career in Finland and had not won any major silverware. So, what would he do at the mighty Pirates?

Amidst all the noise surrounding his arrival, he answered emphatically: with results.

By the time his first season in South African football came to a conclusion, he had collected the two domestic knockout trophies on offer at the time, clinching the MTN8 and Nedbank Cup.

When the 2023/2024 campaign commenced, Pirates and Riveiro defended their MTN8 title. Now, after dancing deftly around Chippa United with a 3-1 win in the Nedbank Cup semis — they can retain that trophy as well.

More impressive is the fact that since Riveiro climbed aboard th Sea Robbers’ ship almost two seasons ago, they have reached four finals. With three wins. A win in the Cup final versus Sundowns will maintain their 100% win record in deciders.

The only blemish of Riveiro’s tenure and his growing reputation as a “cup specialist” came when Pirates were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the newly launched Carling Knockout Cup competition.

Even then, Riveiro was somehow able to redeem himself as he was voted for by fans to coach the All-Star team against winners of the Knockout — Stellenbosch. Riveiro and his All-Stars edged Stellies 2-1 in the exhibition game in January 2024.

Now if only he could turn his form in Cups to something similar in the league, he may just leave South Africa as one of the best coaches to ever grace its shores. Nevertheless, he has already made his mark.

Prior to Riveiro’s arrival, Pirates had only won one major trophy in six years. Now they have an opportunity to make it four titles in two seasons. His contribution has been immense. And he is cognisant of this.

“We were on the other side not so long ago. We know how difficult it is to win games in these cups — not even the league. The cup is more difficult,” Riveiro said.

He and Mokwena will have an opportunity to show off their tactical brilliance come the Nedbank Cup final on 1 June in Mbombela.

The fixture is a repeat of the MTN8 final from earlier this season, in which Pirates emerged 3-1 victors on penalties after the teams failed to break each other down during normal play.



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