Last night marked the end of this season’s controversial show, Uyajola 99 and some viewers were on the fence as they bid farewell to the entertaining drama. Following multiple complaints received by the BBCSA, the S.A. version of the show, Cheaters, will be taking a production break until further notice. However, Moja Love says that the break has nothing to do with the backlash received. Host Jub Jub will be on paid leave until the official announcement is made for the return of the show.
Last night’s finale saw viewers reminiscing on their favorite episodes for this season, as the reunion saw some of the couples reuniting to give an update on their relationships.
— K U L A N I (@kulanicool) October 13, 2019
— TC 🧘🏽♂️ (@TiisetsoMok_) October 13, 2019
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— Mr Ndlazi⚡ (@MpexNdlazi) October 12, 2019
🤣🤣🤣🤣champions of dem all hai ladies and gentlemen here is Ur bova,ngwenya kkkkkk pic.twitter.com/BtdjnXT42K
— Barry roux (@Admire08440654) October 11, 2019
Don’t celebrate too soon bro, #Uyajola99 will be returning on our small screens pretty soon. Call it useless & I’ll call it fixing the country. Again @MojaLoveTv was created for all South Africans & everyone who lives in it. If politicians were able to deliver like #Uyajola99
— kingKeMorena (@Kingke_Morena) October 14, 2019
In other news – NPA appoints top legal minds to assist with state capture crimes
The National Prosecuting Authority has appointed some of the country’s top legal minds to help deal with crimes related to state capture. The Justice Department has asked Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, Wim Trengove, Ngwako Maenetje and Geoff Budlender to help with the prosecution.
The team will help the prosecuting authority investigate and where possible, carry out prosecutions. The authority says its using external practitioners, because of the high vacancy rate. Read more