Parliamentary (near) punch up's:
EWN Parliamentary Correspondent, Gaye Davis on this story: armed riot police hauled a female Member of Parliament (MP) out of the National Assembly and several other opposition Parliamentarians were assaulted in a fracas that led to proceedings being abruptly suspended late last night. Opposition MPs have told Eyewitness News they're laying charges of assault against the police, who entered the chamber after an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP called President Jacob Zuma a thief and a criminal and refused to retract her statement. As riot police moved into the chamber, Parliament TV cut the live feed.
Cell C loses to their Most Disgruntled Customer:
EWN Correspondent Thando Kubheka on this story: an angry customer who erected a banner slamming Cell C says he feels vindicated that the High Court in Johannesburg has dismissed an application for an interdict by the service provider to have his banner removed. George Prokas put up the banner on Beyers Naude Drive last week after he had received bad service from a branch in Sandton City. The court has found that this was not unlawful and was fair comment. It also ruled that Cell C will have to carry the legal costs of the application.
Comedian Tina Fey steals Kim Kardashian's (rather oily) 'shine':
So when reality television star Kim Kardashian-West set out to 'break the internet' with her oily, bared buttocks, little did she know that literature published in 2011 by one Tina Fey would in fact seek to counter this 'breaking', alas (an excerpt from Fey's 2011 book, "Bossy Pants"):