Hackers With A Cause

Written by CL.

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Mzansi websites have been hit by a spate of hackers this week, whose main targets are anybody and everybody who supports anything that has to do with Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF. The hackers, who go by the Twitter handles @zim4thewin and @Not4TheWin, have literally shut down big websites around SA like IOL, ANC and the DA in a space of 2 days.

The hackers announced on their Twitter timelines that they would shut down their victim’s website at a particular time of the day (so much for warning the enemy..lol), and Yes, they did bring down the website as promised.

A Mountain To Climb For Bafana

Written by Super User.

AKhuneSaying Gordon Igesund has been a saviour to Bafana Bafana would be an understatement, he has been more than that. He has made the whole nation believe in Bafana again and believe that we can still qualify for Brazil 2014. After those goalless draws against Ethiopia and Botswana last year nobody believed that we could stand a chance of qualifying for Brazil 2014. Gordon turned all that after his appointment by reshuffling the squad and, most importantly, instilling unity and self-belief within the squad.

Khenyeza Gets 12-Month Suspension

Written by Super User.

AMabhutiAjax Cape Town Striker, Mabhuti Khenyeza has been suspended from professional football for a good 12 months. This is due to an incident that took place in a match between Ajax and Sundowns on the 2nd April at Loftus Stadium.  Khenyeza is guilty of swearing and spitting at a match official, Zakhele Siwela. He will also be liable to pay cost of the two disciplinary sittings. I personally think he got what he deserves, or even less than what he deserves. Our players need to respect and uphold dignity of the officials. They must not think they are any better than referees and assistants thereof.  We applaud the prosecutor, Mr Nandé Becker….Please give that man a Bells!!

By: MJ Mopeli / @MJ_Mopeli

Nelson Mandela – The world holds its breath…

Written by Super User.

AtataAs the world holds its collective breath for news on Nelson Mandela’s physical condition, South Africans around the country go about their daily lives as do those in the household of a sick family member – with a sense of resignation of what must come to pass as well as a heavy heart around the responsibility that we as a nation will soon have – to give Tata Madiba the send-off he deserves.

Oscar Trial Continues

Written by Super User.

While most 26 year olds are enjoying their youth and starting out in their careers, World class athlete and multi Paralympics Gold medallist, Oscar Pistorius stood trial on charges of premeditated murder, almost four months after he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.