Judie demanding that Kay Sibiya tell the ladies he has a girlfriend…Are they back together??

Kay Sibiya and Judie kamaJust a few months ago we reported that Kay Sibiya and his baby mama Judie Kama had split up. However from the latest developments it looks like they are back together.

The two who are parents to an adorable baby boy and are always serving goals with their hilarious Tik Tok videos.

Although Judie hasn’t been featuring on the actor’s social media, she is back and doing Tik Tok videos with him.

From the latest video it looks like Judie letting the girls in Kay’s DM know he is taken.In the video, the two are seated with Judie demanding that Kay tells the ladies that he has a girlfriend and is already taken.

Is Ntsiki Mazwai behind the Tracy Zille Twitter account?

Ntsiki MazwaiThe Tracy Zille Twitter account has got tongues wagging since its inception weeks ago with many calling out the user for controversial and racial comments.

While the Twitter debate about the true identity of the person behind the account continues to get heated, tweeps insist the identity of the user isn’t important as they state valid points that many South Africans are probably thinking about but are too scared to express.

While fake accounts have become a norm on Twitter, social media investigators, aka Twitter CSI, recently dropped some files claiming they know the “black man” behind the account.Ntsiki Mazwai

Twitter user @Advovolicious commented: “I wonder if the person behind #tracyzille will continue to misbehave on twitter even though his identity has been revealed by Twitter CSI, putting his life and his family at risk just for likes, retweets, and traffic to his website. Sizokhe sibone ( We will see)! Twitter is a dangerous platform.”

Ntsiki Mazwai, who doesn’t mince her words, especially on social media, took to her Twitter on Wednesday and hinted to being the mystery person behind the Tracy Zille account.

She wrote: “I have a confession to make… #traceyzille.”Image

Khanyi Mbau on Tebogo split: Fighting to stay together is sometimes not enough

Khanyi and Tebogo have split again.A year-and-a-half after getting back together, Khanyi Mbau has confirmed that she and long-time boyfriend Tebogo Lerole have again split, saying the musician had chosen a different path and she would let him “soar to greatness”.

The star announced the news in an Instagram post on Wednesday, saying their second attempt at love had led them even further apart

“A decade of dating someone comes with great joy and immense difficulty, that fighting to stay together is sometimes not enough. Some paths are meant to cross and certain seasons to pass,” she explained.

She said that she respected Tebogo’s decision, and they are now “no longer an item”.Friends and fans, including Toke Mankiwa and Thulisile Phongolo, sent messages of support to Khanyi.

Tebogo is yet to comment on the matter.

The news comes just months after the Kwela Tebza star wrote an open letter gushing over Khanyi and claiming she had “surpassed every test to become Mrs Lerole”.

The couple first announced that they had split in 2018, but were soon back together.

“We broke up alright but we were comparatively civil to each other. Later on, we decided to retrace our steps trying to find our sweet spot as both individuals and people in a relationship,” Khanyi told

Manaka Ranaka on controversial racial claims by ‘Tracy Zille’

Manaka Ranaka had some words for the controversial Twitter user.Manaka Ranaka had some words for the controversial Twitter user.
Image: Instagram/ Manaka Ranaka
Generations: The Legacy star Manaka Ranaka has slammed controversial Twitter user Tracy Zille’s claims that black Africans were apparently quick to abandon their own customs to adopt European traditions.

The account caused a Twitter storm this week when it posted several comments about the differences between black and white cultures.

In one post it questioned why black people spent so much money “to be like whites”, by wearing “white people’s hair” and throwing white weddings.

Manaka was one of several celebrities who responded to the post and, in an open letter to the account, claimed white people have been trying to replicate black African culture for the longest time.
DJ Sbu also weighed in on the tweets, claiming the account “is for the most part not lying”.

Actor Fana Mokoena also got into a debate with the account, urging it to use its energy to “return the land”.

“You might want to start telling white people to return the land they stole from black people. Do it with the same vigour you have for black criticism. So until the land is back, black people can do as they please with what you term ‘white culture’. Start with you own,” he said.
She also posted pictures to back up her claims.

‘Skeem Saam’s’ Lydia ‘Koko Mantsha’ Mokgokoloshi to cut down acting schedule

Lydia Mokgokoloshi will appear less on 'Skeem Saam'.Lydia Mokgokoloshi will appear less on ‘Skeem Saam’.
Image: Supplied/ SAFTAS
Veteran actress Lydia Mokgokoloshi is taking a break from acting after skyrocketing to fame with Skeem Saam.

The 80-year-old entertainer is renowned for her portrayal of matriarch Koko Mantsha since the soapie’s inception in 2011.

The show told Sowetan yesterday that while viewers will see less of her on screen, Mokgokoloshi is still part of the show on a recurring basis.

Last Friday, fans were left wondering if they would ever see her character after she moved away from Turfloop in Limpopo, where the storyline is predominantly based.

It was explained in the storyline that Koko was going to her home for some peace of mind and to spend quality time with her brother Josias (Mahuma Rapetsoa).

“She will still be in and out of the story. She just won’t be shooting as much as she used to,” said Skeem Saam spokesperson Sumaya Mogola. “Our shooting schedule gets really hectic at times and we don’t want to wear her out.

“She is at a very sensitive age so she needs as much rest, care and comfort as possible.”

Mogola clarified that the decision for Mokgokoloshi’s sabbatical was taken before the Covid-19 pandemic hit SA.

“The decision was made before lockdown, so I can’t really say that Covid-19 is the sole reason,” Mogola said.

Mokgokoloshi became a household name as the wicked Mma-Nkosheng in popular 1980s Pedi drama Bophelo ke Semphekgo.

Born in the small village of Botlokwa in Limpopo, she was a schoolteacher for more than 20 years in Soweto.

In her late 40s in 1984 she decided to pursue her acting passion.

In 2017 Mokgokoloshi was introduced as a “national treasure” as she received the honorary Lifetime Achievement Award at the South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas).

She received the same special honour at Limpopo’s inaugural Film, Arts, Music and Entertainment (Fame) Awards in 2015.

“Thank you to all South Africans. You have loved me so much. I can’t even walk and wherever I walk they all want my photo,” she jokingly said after receiving a standing ovation from her industry peers at the Saftas.

“Thank you to [the] Skeem Saam crew and all those who are playing with me.

“I really feel honoured to be called granny and I feel so proud to be a granny, though sometimes I can be so cruel and injure you with a needle pin.

“If you came into my house without informing, remember you can be injured somehow.

“I’m so happy and honoured. I honour those who are writing the scripts, dressing us and the production companies.”