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ControversiaI VlDE0 Surfaces: ANC Councilor Caught on Camera Biting Zodwa Wabantu’s HONEYP0T in Club, Sparks Outrage



Zodwa Wabantu

A sh0cking vide0 has surfaced, capturing a moment of utter disbeIief as an ANC Councilor was fiImed engaging in inappr0priate behavi0r with South African entertainer Zodwa Wabantu in a crowded club setting. The incident has sparked outrage and raised questions about the identity of the ANC Councilor involved.

The footage, which has rapidly circulated on social media platforms, dep!cts the ANC Councilor in a c0mpromising p0sition with Zodwa Wabantu. The incident unfolded within the lively atmosphere of a packed club, leaving many bystanders ast0unded and prompting a wave of reactions from the online community.
Social media users have been quick to express their sh0ck and disbeIief at the vide0, questioning the circumstances and the identity of the ANC Councilor involved. The incident has led to widespread discussions on the boundaries of public behavi0r and the importance of respecting personal space and priv@cy, regardless of age.
Zodwa Wabantu, known for her boId and unfiltered presence in the entertainment scene, has not yet publicly commented on the incident. However, the vide0 has ignited conversations about the need for increased security measures in public spaces to ensure the safety and well-being of individuals.
Zodwa Wabantu

Zodwa Wabantu



Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has rubbished allegations that he received kickbacks from National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) service providers.

Last week, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) leaked a series of recordings alleging there’s a corruption scheme operating within the department and NSFAS.

Outa alleges that Nzimande, the South African Communist Party (SACP) and NSFAS board chair, Ernest Khosa received millions of rands from service providers awarded multi-million rand tenders to administer direct payments to students.


The minister has dismissed the allegations as untrue.

“These are all lies that emanate from a malicious fightback campaign. My conscience is clear, and I have nothing to hide or fear.”

Nzimande added that he was considering taking legal action.

“And I’ve also voluntarily decided that I am going to subject myself to the relevant legal processes and ethics bodies of the African National Congress, its integrity committee, and the South African Communist Party, its central ethics commission.”


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