African Celebrity Woman Of The Day Is Motsi Mabuse!

Some families have talent running in blood. When it comes to dancing in South Africa, the Mabusa family has the lead. The three lovely siblings have each achieved great success in their respective dance fields.

Not only that but they also represented the country either in international contests or Tv shows in Germany and the UK.

The are Motsi Mabuse, Otile Mabuse and Phemelo Mabuse

Phemelo Mabuse Motsi Mabuse and Otile Mabuse : Photo Credit: Motsi Mabuse (Instagram)


Motsi Mabuse was born in April 1981 in Mankwe, South Africa. She moved to Pretoria with her family at the age of five. This was before her sister Otile was born.




Although her family was expecting her to become a lawyer while studying at the University of Pretoria, she starts taking dance classes and eventually changed her major to dancing.

In 1998, she ran for her first national championship experience. She then appeared in several competitions including the British Open Championships in Blackpool in 2003, where she met her romantic partner Timo Kulzcak.




In 2007, she rose to further fame with the RTL dance show called Let’s Dance. After competing in the second and the third seasons, she became a judge in 2011.

Another milestone in her career was the German Latin Dance that she was preparing for years. Partnering up with Ukrainian dancer Evgenij Voznyuk, she won the contest in 2013.

The year also saw her divorce from Kulzcak and the launch of her book about her life in Germany. She began a relationship with Voznyuk in 2015 and married to him 2 years later.




Motsi Mabuse is now a judge on BBC Strictly in UK…

Photo Credit: Motsi Mabuse


Just in case you missed it….Annegret Raunigk of Germany is the oldest woman to ever give birth to quadrupletsThe  65-year-old grandmother has set a world record…


According to CNN, Annegret gave birth last week to three boys and one girl … about 10 years ago, Annegret then 55 made international headlines when she her daughter Leila was….

“I myself find life with children great,” Raunigk told German broadcaster RTL earlier this year. “You constantly have to live up to new challenges. And that probably also keeps you young.” Read Full Story here Credit: CNN

BREAKING NEWS: Germanwings Airbus A320 came down in a remote mountainous region and the debris of the jet is reported to have been spread over an area of 100-200 metres. The plane was en route to Dusseldorf in Germany from the Spanish city of Barcelona when it came down in the middle of its flight at Meolans-Revels, between Barcelonnette and Digne.

Emergency services have not yet reached the site by road. However, it is believed that a rescue helicopter that managed to land nearby did not  find survivors.

All those on board are feared dead after the aircraft plunged at 5,000ft per minute before crashing into a mountain.

Officials said the aircraft plummeted from 38,000ft to 6,000ft in less than eight minutes before it crashed.

A total of 144 passengers, including two babies, as well as two pilots and four cabin crew were on board the 24-year-old plane.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families  and loves ones of the victimes

Credit: BBC NEWS

vincentenyeamalille_576x324The Guardian Sports has listed the top 10 goalkeepers in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. Vincent Enyeama Ranked 4th Best Goalkeeper In The World By FIFA.

Vincent Enyeama is a Nigerian football goalkeeper. Since 2002, he has played for the national team of Nigeria. He currently plays for Lille OSC who he signed for in June 2011. He was the goalkeeper for  the Super Eagles Goalkeeper FIFA 2014 World Cup.

Full List

  1. Manuel Neuer, Germany
  2. Guillermo Ochoa, Mexico
  3. Keylor Navas, Costa Rica
  4. Vincent Enyeama, Nigeria
  5. Tim Howard, USA
  6. Rais M’Bolhi, Algeria
  7. Júlio César, Brazil
  8. Thibaut Courtois, Belgium
  9. David Ospina, Colombia
  10. Tim Krul, Holland

Big Congrats!

black starsblack starsFIFA’s Technical Study Group has hailed Ghana’s display against Germany at the World Cup as the best match so far in the tournament inBrazil despite the Black Stars early elimination.

Ex-France and Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier, who is the most experienced member of FIFA’s Technical Study Group at the tournament in Brazil, tacitly praised the tactics employed by Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah in the match against Germany.

Ghana held Germany to a 2-2 draw in a match the Black Stars dominated which has been now been described as the best game of the tournament so far.


Jerome Boateng Germany defender Jerome Boateng admits to having a few mixed feelings ahead of tonight’s FIFA World Cup clash with Ghana. However, it is not so much his position which is causing Boateng such heartache, but the fact he will be up against his brother Kevin-Prince Boateng and his father’s homeland.

“My father tells me that games in Ghana are like bank holidays, and my family members from Germany say the same,” he said. “The whole family come together and have a good time. It’s very important for me to visit Ghana one day, and that makes it all the more regrettable that I’ve not managed to yet.

“Such a large part of my family lives there and it interests me to know how they play, what conditions the people have there. From my family members, I know that they all watch my games. I know how much they get involved.”

Boateng could prove quite unpopular among his family on Saturday with a win for Germany potentially enough to send Ghana home after just two matches. He has already cut off all contact with half-brother Kevin-Prince, the Schalke midfielder who may be lining up against him. That was more intentional, however.

“It is a bit strange but I’m not missing our regular contact,” he said on the website of the German federation. “The World Cup is a special situation and I think it just wouldn’t be right if we remained in touch with each other. I am with Germany and my full focus is on my tasks here.”

Brother Kevin-Prince is not a certainty to start having been left on the bench for Ghana’s first game – a 2-1 defeat to the United States.

It is the third time Germany have met Ghana


Jerome Boateng - Kevin-Prince BoatengBoateng  brothers were both born in Berlin, but in 2009, Schalke’s Kevin-Prince, 27, opted to play for the country of his father. They will face each other on when Germany plays Ghana tonight.

One thing is for sure brotherly love will be forgotten tonight when  Germany’s Jerome Boateng faces his sibling Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng predicting a ‘fight to the death’.

This is not the first time the brothers have played each other at a World Cup.

In South Africa, they set a record by becoming the first brothers to play against each other at a World Cup finals.

Jerome Boateng is hoping to play for the Black Stars, Ghana’s national team. He has applied for a Ghanaian passport, which is only a formality at this point. The Ghana Football Association is depending on him to be a member of its team when it heads to South Africa for the World Cup in June.

Wouldn’t miss it for the world!