Signs you might have a hormonal imbalance (and what it means)

Humans have many different hormones, all working away doing vital jobs in our bodies. They’re our messengers, that keep our body temperature stable, moderate our growth and development, control our metabolism and fertility, and influence our emotions.Many things affect the delicate balance of our hormones including what we eat, our environment and how we feel emotionally Read more

Ex-police officer Katitu sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for murder

A popular police officer Titus Musila, alias Katitu whose arrest sparked protests, demonstrations and running battles between residents and law enforcers has been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. High court Judge James Wakiaga while delivering the judgement Thursday said despite Katitu being a hero to the people of Githurai, he acted against the law by taking a life of an individual. Read more

Man to die by hanging for stealing beer, cigarettes, phones

A man, Raji Babatunde, has been sentenced to death by an Ado Ekiti High Court for robbing one Alhaji Mudsahiru Bello of two Nokia phones and one Tecno phone while armed with axe and cutlass. Raji Babatunde was also convicted for robbing one Oladele Femi of one bottle of Star lager beer, six bottles of Trophy lager beer and one packet of Rothmans cigarette, while also armed with axe and cutlass. Read more

Relative arrested for brutal murders of four KZN children

Johannesburg – A 32-year-old man was arrested at his home in the Ncukeni area on Friday, for allegedly killing his four relatives, aged between four and 12, KwaZulu-Natal police said.Spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said he was arrested after a lengthy investigation by investigators. On September 2, at around 7am three children were found lying inside the house with multiple stab wounds on their chest, bodies and their left ears cut, Gwala said. “The other body was found lying outside the house with multiple stab wounds. Read more


Man docked for allegedly sleeping with underage sister-in-law since she was eight

For repeatedly having sex his 16-year-old sister-in-law, a 52-year-old, Olusola Williams, is to cool his heels in prison, an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court ruled on Friday. Olusola is to remain in Kirikiri Prisons, Lagos, for the next 38 days, according to Chief Magistrate Taiwo Akanni, who had refused to take his plea.The accused, a generator repairer, who resides at 19, Water Andem St., Abule-Egba, a suburb of Lagos, is being tried for sexual assault. Read more


A Bag Containing 54 Severed Human Hands Has Been Found in Eastern Russia

Russian police have launched an investigation after a bag containing 54 severed human hands was found near the Siberian city of Khabarovsk.According to the Siberian Times, a single hand was spotted first, then the bag containing the remains was discovered on an island in the Amur River. Photos that appear to be taken at the scene show the hands lined up in 27 matching pairs laid out in the snow. Read now


Murdered secretary’s husband under house arrest on R50,000 bail

Cape Town businessman Rob Packham‚ who is accused of murdering his wife Gill‚ was released on bail of R50,000 on Friday.He was released under strict conditions which included house arrest – unless he was at work.The body of Gill Packham‚ a secretary at Springfield Convent School in Wynberg‚ was found in the boot of her burnt-out BMW behind Diep River railway station three weeks ago. She went missing on February 22. Read more


Man Hacks Wife, Mother Of Four To Death In Enugu

The Police in Enugu State have commenced a full scale investigation into an alleged incident that led to a husband hacking his wife to death in Enugu city. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, SP Ebere Amaraizu, said in a statement on Friday in Enugu that the incident occurred on March 8. Amaraizu, who did not disclose the location of the incident, said that the deceased, Mrs Nkechi Nnamani, was a mother of four children. Read more

Army detains Mugabe staff without food, water … interrogates them for hours – reports

Harare – Staff at Robert Mugabe’s Harare mansion were detained without food or water and questioned for hours this week by military officers who pressed them for information on recent meetings held by the former president, reports from Zimbabwe said on Friday. Four security staff, including chief security officer Funny Mpofu were taken for questioning at an army barracks in Harare on Wednesday morning and only released at the end of the day. Read more