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SABC’S Morning Live presenter dies

Vuyo Mbuli
Renowned SABC television and radio presenter Vuyo Mbuli has died in Bloemfontein Hospital.He was 46.Mbuli collapsed while watching rugby match between the Cheetahs and the Reds at Free State stadium on Saturday night.He was treated at the scene before being rushed to the Mediclinic in the city.

A family spokesperson told the SABC that the cause of death has not yet been determined.The family spokesperson requested that the family’s privacy be respected as they try to get to terms with the tragedy.

Mbuli will be greatly missed by his fans on Morning Live which he used to present with Learne Manas and Peter Ndoro on the ground.
He started radio career on SAfm in 1995 when he teamed up with veteran broadcaster Paddy O’Byrne.He has been with Morning Live since its inception in 1999.Over past 13 years he interviwed a wide range of celebrities,politicians and sports personalities.

Vuyo’s last tweet
8mins in the second half.21-6 Cheetars lead.

POPE urges nuns not to be ‘old maids’

Pope Francis
POPE Francis urged a gathering of hundreds of nuns in the Vatican yesterday not to be “spinisters” or “old maids” but to act like “mothers” to the faithful.
The Argentinian Pope said despite their vows of chastity,nuns in the Roman Catholic Church still had maternal role to play.
“The odained woman is the mother.She must be a mother and not an old maid.You are mothers like the figures of Mary and the mother church,”he told 800 nuns ,who represented women’s religious orders from more than 70 countries.
He spoke in ltalian, using the word “zitella”,which means old maid or spinister.
“Forgive me if l talk like this but this maternity of consecrated life ,this fruitfulness is important.
“Be mothers,like the images of Mother Mary and the mother church.You are icons of Mary and the church.”
The Pope,76 who was elected in March,also told the lnternational Union of Superior General that nuns should show “obedience”.
Last month he endorsed a report,drawn up under his hard-line predecessor,Pope Benedict XVI,which censured an organisation representing nuns in the US for being overly liberalon issues such as abortion.
The Pope’s endorsement of the report,which criticised the Leadership Conference of Women Religious,ws the first signthat despite his modest,open style,he is likely t prove as much doctrinal conservative as Benedict.
The Vatican wants to overhaul the organisation,the largest umbrella group of American nuns,accusing it of veering from church doctrine on issues such as abortion and gay marriage and of promoting “certain radical femist themes”.

-The Daily Telegraph-

‘Bribe-taking’ police imposter arrested

A WOMAN who pretended to be a police officer to solicit money from foreigners was arrested in Johannesburg yesterday,police said.
Captain Katlego Mogale said the 43 year old woman and an accomplice showed foreigners apolice appointment certificate and demanded their passports .
When they did not produce them,she demanded money from them.
Mogale said she would appear soon in Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on charges of corruption and impersonating a police officer