South African singer Zahara has confirmed that she will be going ahead with plans to take legal action against True Love magazine for it’s “misleading headlines” on the cover of their January issue.
For adults who wait 300 days for the December break, it seems November turned into January pretty quickly.
Following the #FeesMustFall protests last year, deferred exams have resulted in several universities having to delay the start of some of their academic years.
In an interview with the Sowetan, Zahara confirmed that she will be suing for defamation of character .
The fuel supply at George Airport is expected to return to normal in the next few weeks.
Gauteng can expect to have rain for the next week, says the South African Weather Service.
The singer claimed the cover had misleading information.
“Owners of diesel vehicles will have something to smile about, with drops of between 73 and 75 cents a litre predicted for the new year. However, the petrol price is likely to show little change, perhaps a reduction of a cent or two,” the AA commented. “Illuminating paraffin is set to drop by 61 cents a litre.”