Moegoe of the week: Yandisa Babalwa Mjikelo


“The devil made me to do it.” These were the words of Eastern Cape lawyer Yandisa Babalwa Mjikelo when she was sentenced to 15 years in jail after she pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud and of money laundering.

Mjikelo said the devil had influenced her crooked ways after she fleeced clients’ insurance funds at Vapi Incorporated Attorneys in Mthatha. She was sentenced to 15 years on each of the charges, to run concurrently for fraud involving amounts of between R128 000 and R1.4-million.

Why invoke the devil, Babalwa? You’re just a criminal.


Wow! Award-winning rapper Mr Selwyn is now a pastor. Congratulations.

The muso was ordained at the Hephzibah: The City of God’s Delight in Randburg over the Easter weekend.

Mr Selwyn, real name Selwyn Ngwenya, is well known for his love for rapping and being one of the leaders in this music genre through his songs like Get Em UP, Shake and Kasi Rap. With his priesthood, he hopes to inspire other artists to be spiritually involved as part of their careers and, most importantly, in their daily lives.

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