This from tmz.co:
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon separated back in May — and are living apart … and we’re told divorce lawyers have been negotiating a property settlement and custody agreement for months and the divorce is “a done deal.”
Sources connected with the couple tell TMZ … Mariah and Nick have been living in separate houses in NYC since May. He sees the kids but that’s the extent of their contact.
Our sources say … Nick’s appearance on Big Boy’s radio show in March was the beginning of the end. Nick played Big Boy’s game — name the 5 celebs you’ve slept with. Nick named 5, but our sources say the one that made Mariah insane was Kim Kardashian.
We’re told Mariah tore into Nick for weeks … feeling humiliated and the relationship never recovered.
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#1891 Man: The SA Rugby Board Challenge Trophy Competition was the predecessor of the current Absa Currie Cup Competition. The first tournament took place in Kimberley between 28 August and 7 September 1889. The participating teams were Western Province, Griqualand West, Eastern Province and Transvaal.
Note to media: To download the updated provincial team logos for all the Premier Division teams, please click here. To access the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division, First Division and also all the age-group fixtures for 2014, please click here.
GWK Griquas, the Vodacom Blue Bulls and the EP Kings will be hunting their first victories in the Absa Currie Cup Premier Division as round three of the competition begins on Friday.
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Leading functional food brand, Futurelife, is proud to announce their official associate sponsorship of the third consecutive Mandela Day Marathon to be held on Sunday, 31 August 2014. The event offers three race categories, namely a 10km road race, a 21.1km half marathon and a 42.2km marathon. There are also three exciting Mountain Bike Events (42km, 21km and 10km) that also finish at the Capture site on Saturday the 30th of August, the day before the marathon.
The Mandela Day Marathon route meanders through the beautiful, breathtaking landscape of the uMgungundlovu District Municipality, passing historic sites along the way. All three events finish at The Nelson Mandela Capture Site in Howick. Runners who complete the race will be awarded a Nelson Mandela Marathon medal.
The Cape Town Folk & Acoustic Music Festival organisers, together with Music Experience ran a competition to give new talent a chance to showcase what they`ve got to stand a chance to win the opening slot at this year`s Cape Town Folk n Acoustic Festival at the Baxter on Sat 30 August. The winner Josh Prinsloo, also known as Fruit Vendor also won an Alvarez guitar from Music Experience at the finals last night. There were more than 50 entries. Organiser Gavin Mintercommented on why Fruit Vendor was chosen as the winner: “He brought something totally new and fresh to the table, unlike anything else we have heard before. He included a folky spoken word element that really impressed us.” Minter also added that the standard was so high that they have decided to also include the two runners up Jennifer Eaves and Hatchetman in the opening line up for the event. The judges at the finals were Farryl Purkiss, Mark Fransman and Gavin Minter.
This will be the 6th instalment of The Sedgwick’s Old Brown Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival! Some of SA`s top artists will perform completely acoustically in an intimate, concert-style setting. These performances will be delivered in the form of collaborations and stripped down to the essence of the songs. The evening is set to be an experience of the finest musical storytelling from the personal journeys of some of South Africa’s best songwriters and musicians. The artists include:
The South African Rugby Union (SARU) on Thursday announced it had appointed an attorney to examine allegations of attempts to fix the result of matches in Boland club rugby.
The investigator’s role will be to inquire into claims that attempts were made to influence the outcome of club league matches as well as and any other matters that may arise out of the investigation.
“Allegations that the results of matches may have been fixed – or that an attempt was made to rig results – are very serious indeed, no matter at what level of the game,” said Mr Oregan Hoskins, president of SARU.
“Rugby is built on the ethos of a fair contest and it is repugnant to our game to think that that might not be the case. Allegations have been sent to us relating to this offence and we have now appointed an independent attorney to look into them.”
Mr Hoskins said that no charges had been brought against any individuals. “The investigating officer’s role in the first instance will be to determine the merits of the evidence and present that to the CEO for possible action.”
“At this stage it is difficult to say how long the investigation is likely to take but these are serious charges and they urgently need resolving.”
Dear Principal and Arts & Culture Teacher
UWC Center for Multilingualism & Diversities Research (CMDR) & Heal the Hood Project would like to invite 5 learners from 10 schools to attend our 2 day Heal the Hood Hip Hop Lectures at UWC Center for Performing Arts. Lunch will be supplied. We have also attached the full programme for the 2 days. Please send us your learners names and supervising teacher.
Thanking You in Anticipation. Herewith the invitation and programme Attached
INVITATION to 1st Annual Heal the Hood Hip Hop Lecture Series 28th & 29th Aug 2014
The Centre for Multilingualism and Diversities Research (CMDR) at the University of the Western Cape and the Heal the Hood Project heartily invite you to participate in a two day lectures series on how to build a career in hip-hop and why an education in the humanities matters.