Weekly Digest: SA angry over removal of channel 198, Rihanna lookalike and Cassper’s McLaren R4.5 disaster


Multichoice kicked off the week for some disgruntled customers after DStv abruptly removed channel 198 from some packages. A little Rihanna lookalike left many with their jaws on the floor because the resemblance is next level. Drip Footwear founder Lekau Sehoana spun Cassper Nyovest’s McLaren over the weekend and it apparently ended in tears.

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A trending TikTok video of a teacher trying to get rid of a snake that entered his classroom has scared the lives of many. ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba took to social media to express his surprise that the Ministry of Basic Education has hired foreign nationals into leadership positions.

1. South African audiences are protesting the removal of DStv 198, denying them access to ‘Big Brother Mzansi’

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Multichoice kicked off the week for some disgruntled customers after DStv abruptly removed channel 198 from some packages. The sudden demise of the channel that aired Big Brother Mzansi caused viewers to miss the long-awaited Sunday night elimination. Netizens are fueled as they protest #BringBackChannel198.

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Viewers of ‘Big Brother Mzansi’ are protesting DStv’s undisclosed decision to remove channel 198 from the Access package. Image: @bigbrothermzansi
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It’s a sad day for Big Brother Mzansi fans as those who subscribe to the access package have been denied access to their favorite reality show. Viewers have taken to Twitter to confront DStv’s unfair decision to remove the channel from some fans.

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2. The little girl looks like Rihanna, Mzansi Peeps can’t believe the strange resemblance

Look-alikes are coming in force! This little Rihanna lookalike left many with their jaws on the floor because the resemblance is next level.

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People love to see pictures of an average person who looks exactly like a world famous celebrity.

Social media user @lerato_mol shared a photo of a young South African girl who could literally be Rihanna’s lookalike.

3. Drip Footwear Founder Lekau Sehoana ‘wrecks’ Cassper Nyovest’s McLaren R4.5m, Peeps React

Drip Footwear founder Lekau Sehoana spun Cassper Nyovest’s McLaren over the weekend and it apparently ended in tears. Lekau’s response to Mufasa got many glares assuming he had destroyed the posh ride.

After sharing a photo of himself driving the whip lux on social media, Lekau went on to ask tweeps for advice on how to rev the R4.5million car like a Gusheshe. Cass saw the tweet and quickly asked Lekau where he was.

4. Scaly Surprise: The teachers use a broom to steer the snake away from the petrified students

A trending TikTok video of a teacher trying to get rid of a snake that entered his classroom has scared the lives of many. The video, which was taken by a student, begins with all the children standing on the desks and shouting.

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He walks around the classroom where someone can be heard yelling that the snake is a python. The teacher grabbed a broom and did his best to steer the snake away from his petrified students.

It was not specified what type of snake entered the classroom, but many speculated in the comments section that it was a cobra. Either way, it must have been a truly heartbreaking experience for everyone involved.

5. Herman Mashaba and Jonathan Jansen clash in a heated discussion about foreigners in education

On Saturday January 29, ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba took to social media to express his surprise that the Ministry of Basic Education had senior staff from neighboring African countries and said he would investigate further. forward on the issue in light of the relatively high levels of unemployment in the South. Africa.

An honorary professor of education at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), Jonathan Jansen, denounced Mashaba’s statement and said he was a “disgraceful leader”. Jansen thinks Mashaba’s remarks promote xenophobia and embarrass South Africans.

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