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{UAH} Male hitchhiker raped at gunpoint by two middle-aged women in South Africa


Male hitchhiker is raped at gunpoint by two middle-aged women who forced him to drink a mystery substance after picking him up in South Africa


  • Man, 25, was hitchhiking in north South Africa when women picked him up
  • Victim says the two women drugged him and raped him at gunpoint
  • He claims that after the attack they dumped him by a nearby town
  • The attack has similarities to rapes carried out by women in Zimbabwe 

A 25-year-old man has been hospitalised after allegedly being drugged and raped by two women in northeast South Africa.

The man had been hitchhiking in Polokwane, Limpopo province when he was picked up by two middle-aged women who offered him a lift

However, after a short drive, the women allegedly pulled out a gun and forced him to drink an 'unknown substance' before gang-raping him. 

The man had been hitchhiking in South Africa and was picked up by two women who allegedly subsequently drugged and gang-raped him at gunpoint.

Alleged attack: The hitchhiker had been picked up by two women in northeast South Africa who allegedly subsequently drugged and gang-raped him at gunpoint (stock image)

The man claims that the women then drove him to the neabry town of Tzaneen, where they dumped him by the side of the road.

'After the ordeal, it is alleged they drove further with the victim and dropped him off in a secluded area near Tzaneen CBD, where he proceeded to the Tzaneen Police Station and reported the matter,' Lt Col Moatshe Ngoepe told Capricorn Voice. 

The victim was taken to a local hospital where he is currently in a 'serious condition' the newspaper wrote on its website.  

Limpopo province borders Zimbabwe, where police recently investigated a 'semen bandit' gang, who carried out similar attacks to sell their victims' sperm for 'good luck'.

In July a 39-year-old teacher was kidnapped, drugged and sexually assaulted at gunpoint by a gang of three women who had offered him a lift as he waited at a bus stop in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe. 

In February, another teacher who was on his way to Bulawayo, southwest Zimbabwe, was kidnapped, drugged and gang-raped by four women.

Last year, three other women reportedly stole a man's semen after forcing him to have sex with them during an abduction in Bulawayo. 

In 2011, three women were arrested after picking up men on a road between Gweru and Harare. Police found 31 condoms full of semen, believed to have been intended for ritual purposes, when they were stopped at a road block.



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{UAH} ‘UCC Refusing To Renew Licenses Of Media Houses On Political Grounds’

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Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has been accused of deliberately failing to renew licenses of media houses that are critical to the ruling NRM government.

The remarks were made by Busiro East MP, Medard Ssegona Lubega while on the floor of Parliament on Wednesday.

"… There is a high level of impunity that we are allowing to be implemented amongst Government institutions. UCC has refused to renew licenses of almost all media houses in the country and that one is used as a method of gagging them when it comes to critical issues," Ssegona said.

He added: "The impunity amongst Government institutions in this case UCC is denying Government revenue; they don't want to renew licenses in the process they keep these media houses guessing whether they will survive or not until the following day."

MP Medard Ssegona (Courtesy Photo)

UCC is headed by Godfrey Mutabazi as Executive Director.

He was commenting on a matter of national importance that had been raised by Buhweju County Member of Parliament Francis Mwijukye in which he called for the reopening of Red Pepper and its sister publications.

"About a month ago, the Red Pepper publication was raided, directors arrested, radio station was also closed. The attack on Red Pepper can't be seen as an isolated case as if it is limited to Red Pepper, as we talk now; the editor of Monitor is out on bail Charles Bichachi, the Editor of New Vision is out on bail Felix Wasike. Top Radio has just issued a statement that they can't host anybody critical of Government specifically the Opposition," Mwijukye said.

"When they raided Red Pepper, 370 phones were taken from staff, 100 computers confiscated, over 5000 people lost jobs and the case they were charged with is that they annoyed General Salim Saleh, Henry Tumukunde and Yoweri Museveni. They were taken to Nalufenya for a week and from Nalufenya, they were taken to court and have been remanded for three weeks," he added.

He said this was suffocation of the media.

However, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga said Mwijukye had asked to speak about confiscation of phones, but couldn't talk about the case itself given the fact that it is before Court.

Kadaga noted that they need a motion to discuss media and ICT sector at large so that they can make a resolution.

Mwijukye concluded: "Government should return equipment of Red Pepper and radio station is open, the newspaper is also open so they continue working because over 5000 people have lost jobs because of UCC."

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{UAH} WHO WANTS TO WRITE TO THE CROCODILE?

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{UAH} 50-strong team helped baby with heart outside body survive against the odds

Frank Mujabi,

here is one of the most remarkable achievements of the NHS-  how they succeeded in keeping this little baby alive and succesfully delivering her, with her heart dangling outside is one of the miracles of modern medicine. And it was a team of 50 specialists and technicians that did the miracle!!  I salute the British NHS- it is the best health system in the world.

Bobby

Doctors have described how dozens of specialists worked together to help a baby who became the first in the UK to survive after being born with its heart outside its chest

Neo-natal doctors, anaesthetists, cardiac surgeons and obstetricians collaborated to ensure she had the best chance of survival.

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{UAH} From CNN: Trump's FCC votes to repeal net neutrality

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{UAH} Egyptian singer JAILED for eating a banana in skimpy clothing in a music video

Mayimuna/ Afuwa,,

As women, what do you make of this decision  by the sharia courts to imprison this woman for 2 years? And yet when I campaign about the injustice of the sharia system, you call me an Islamophobe and even refuse to speak to me.!!!!


Bobby

Egyptian singer is jailed for two years for 'inciting debauchery' by eating a banana while wearing skimpy clothing in her music videoDaily Mail

For TWO YEARS

  • Shaimaa 'Shyma' Ahmed was arrested after appearing in the racy music video
  • Singer, 25, could be seen eating a banana in front of a classroom of young men
  • An Egyptian court has since fined her and sentenced her to two years in jail
  • She had been accused of 'inciting debauchery' and harming public morality

An Egyptian pop singer arrested after eating a banana suggestively while wearing skimpy clothing in her music video has been jailed for two years for 'inciting debauchery'.

Shaimaa Ahmed, better known by her stage name Shyma, appears in the video in her underwear before a classroom of young men.

The blackboard behind her has 'Class #69' written on it, and she proceeds to suggestively eat an apple and a banana and pour milk over the fruit.

Controversial: Shaimaa 'Shyma' Ahmed, 25, appears in the video in her underwear, pouring milk over a banana

The video to her song I Have Issues created a stir on social media in conservative Egypt and was discussed on TV talk shows. 

Prosecutors ordered the 25-year-old to be detained over the racy video clip following a flurry of complaints.

But an Egyptian court has since jailed the little-known singer for two years on for inciting debauchery, judicial sources said.

The singer, who was fined 10,000 Egyptian pounds ($560), can appeal the verdict to a higher court.

The director of the video was also fined and sentenced to two years in prison, but in absentia. Both defendants were accused of inciting debauchery and producing a video harming public morality.

Innuendo: As she sings, she also suggestively eats a banana in front of a classroom audience

In jail: After the video was shared widely on social media, the singer was arrested for 'inciting debauchery'

In jail: After the video was shared widely on social media, the singer was arrested for 'inciting debauchery'

Causing anger: The video shows her in a classroom full of young men. She has since been jailed

Causing anger: The video shows her in a classroom full of young men. She has since been jailed

Provocative: The blackboard behind her has 'Class #69' written on it

Provocative: The blackboard behind her has 'Class #69' written on it

She was initially remanded for four days, but an Egyptian court has now sentenced her to two years in jail

She was initially remanded for four days, but an Egyptian court has now sentenced her to two years in jail

In November, a Lebanese pop star was reprimanded by Egyptian authorities after wearing a pair of shorts on stage.

Haifa Wehbe, 41, says she was 'called for interrogation' after donning the olive green mini-shorts during a performance at the American University of Cairo.

The pop star claims a female journalist watching her performance was so upset she complained to the country's tourism police.

The police passed the complaint to the Egyptian Musicians' Syndicate, which licences performers in the country, which summoned Haifa's manager

Haifa's manager was called to 'warn' him that the singer should pick outfits which 'take into account the traditions and customs of Egyptian people'.



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