Skhumba Comedy Hour

Confused South Africans have asked the minister to clarify which Geneva she was referring to. (Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams’ attempt to defend herself against allegations of misuse of state resources turned awkward in an interview with eNCA on Wednesday morning. She said: “Do you think I would take my husband to a wedding anniversary in Switzerland? I’ve never been to Switzerland. My husband has never been to Switzerland. We went to Geneva and New York to, of course, do the work that I’m expected to do.” The minister confused South Africans who, all this time, thought Geneva was a city in Switzerland, though some argued that there was another Geneva in the US state of New York.) Search on for guard accused of walking out of Mall of Africa with R4m cash in a shopping trolley (Cash transport company SBV Services on Tuesday appealed for information to help the police find a former employee allegedly linked to the theft of R4m from its collection facility at the Mall of Africa more than six months ago. The Sowetan reported that Bathobile Mlangeni allegedly walked out of the shopping centre on July 15 last year with a trolley containing refuse bags stuffed with cash. Mlangeni, 29, from Dlamini, Soweto, who was on duty at the time of the incident, allegedly cut open two bulk cash bags with a pair of scissors before transferring the cash into the bags and trolley, the newspaper reported, quoting a source close to the investigation.) 'We don't cheat' - polygamist Musa Mseleku says cheating is a 'western' thing (Polygamist Musa Mseleku has managed to land himself on the Twitter “men are trash” list again after he made a statement that left Mnakwethu viewers feeling like he's supportive of destructive behaviour. In trying to help explain a situation on his show, Musa then dropped a bomb of a statement. “Khuzwayo (Sandile) is in love with Zinhle. Cheating is for western people. We don't cheat, we fall in love,” Musa said.) SA student 'missing' in China found