When did you notice this on the 8 of diamonds playing card?

What age were you when you first saw the 8 in the middle of the 8 of diamonds?

Khabazela describes a dart game that went pear-shaped when one opponent accused the other of repeated flatulence that smelled like rotten eggs and put him off his game.

Take a listen:


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
[WATCH] Women singing 'I will stay home for you' has social media in stitches

[WATCH] Women singing 'I will stay home for you' has social media in stitches

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

[WATCH] Teacher in China reflecting on lockdown goes viral

[WATCH] Teacher in China reflecting on lockdown goes viral

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

South African Red Cross Society helping government with COVID-19 contact tracing

South African Red Cross Society helping government with COVID-19 contact tracing

George Mamabolo explains how the processes of contact tracing works and how the contacts are traced.

LOCKDOWN:  'Police patrolled Johannesburg CBD to make sure people went home'

LOCKDOWN: 'Police patrolled Johannesburg CBD to make sure people went home'

EWN reporter Ahmed Kajee gives an update on what happened in the in the city centre when the lockdown began.

'Employers can't force employees to take unpaid leave during lockdown'

'Employers can't force employees to take unpaid leave during lockdown'

Employment and Labour Department's Thobile Lamati says people can call 012 337-1997 for any enquiries on the matter.

Twitter users debating best stovetop burner goes viral

Twitter users debating best stovetop burner goes viral

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

Popular articles
[VIDEO] Motsepe family and associates pledge R1bn for fight against Covid-19

[VIDEO] Motsepe family and associates pledge R1bn for fight against Covid-19

The Motsepe family announced details of the donation on Saturday. Several hundred million rand will be available 'immediately'.

Lockdown Blues: How to create fun for your kids using basic home supplies

Lockdown Blues: How to create fun for your kids using basic home supplies

Parenting expert Nikki Bush kicks off a four-part series on becoming a hero to your children during the Covid-19 lockdown.

'CT needs neighbourhood watches authorised to help enforce lockdown compliance'

'CT needs neighbourhood watches authorised to help enforce lockdown compliance'

JP Smith says Capetonians were largely cooperative on Day One of lockdown, but there were pockets of 'massive' non-compliance.

'SANDF organising to fetch masks in China for SA medical personnel'

'SANDF organising to fetch masks in China for SA medical personnel'

Sama chair Dr Angelique Coetzee expands on the crisis facing hospitals and clinics because of a shortage of protective gear.

Moody's drops SA's credit rating to junk

Moody's drops SA's credit rating to junk

The ratings agency cited weak growth and a decline in fiscal strength as its main reasons for the downgrade.

Health Dept revises COVID-19 death toll down to 1

Health Dept revises COVID-19 death toll down to 1

The department also confirmed that the number of coronavirus cases now stood at 1,170.

Cele: Lockdown of SA a success

Cele: Lockdown of SA a success

Members of the COVID-19 national command council are updating the nation on the coronavirus lockdown situation.

[LOCKDOWN] Police close shops in Hillbrow, services in Zandspruit 'depressing'

[LOCKDOWN] Police close shops in Hillbrow, services in Zandspruit 'depressing'

Eyewitness News reporters Edwin Ntshidi and Theto Mahlakoana give updates on situations in the two areas.

ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe and MP Steve Swart test positive for Covid-19

ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe and MP Steve Swart test positive for Covid-19

The party released a statement on Friday confirming the news.

'WhatsApp doesn't know what fake news is being sent'

'WhatsApp doesn't know what fake news is being sent'

Business Insider associate editor Phillip de Wet explains why WhatsApp can't stop fake news on its platforms.