[Above video is a news report – it is not footage of the attack]
Miami ‘Zombie Cannibal’ Video Shows Attack Lasted 18 Minutes – A newly released surveillance video from atop a Miami Herald parking garage shows the entire violent attack Saturday during which a naked man chewed off most of a homeless victim’s face. You can watch the video in the following link – it is from a distance. [huffers]
This Facemelting Luxury Getaway Is Basically Free – The opportunity, here, is to live like a KING (or queen, for that matter), for almost no cost. We found this sneaky deal on the go from Shamwari, a luxury Big 5 game reserve. It’s happening for a limited time, so you have to MOVE IT. Do it. We did. It’s amaze. [Shamwari]
Julian Assange Loses Sex Crime Extradition Appeal – WikiLeaks founder’s lawyers given 14 days to decide whether to ask supreme court to reopen case, during which extradition will be stayed. [guardian]
Mandela Appears On TV To Receive ANC Centenary Flame – The 93-year-old anti-apartheid hero, sitting upright in a chair and surrounded by family at his rural home in the town of Qunu in the Eastern Cape, spoke briefly during the ceremony, saying “I used to be the leader of the ANC” and that he was “happy” to see the flame. [mail&guardian]
Leaked Photos Show iPhone 5 – Leaked photos appeared on the blog 9-to-5 Mac yesterday that purport to show the shell of the next-generation iPhone. If these photos prove authentic, iPhone users should expect a number of changes to the smartphone when it makes its projected debut later this year. [thedaily]
DA Urges Zuma Not To Stand For Re-Election – DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko angered ANC MPs yesterday when she accused President Jacob Zuma of putting his ambitions before those of the country. [timeslive]
Zuma Violated Oath Of Office: Lekota – Shouts of anger erupted in the National Assembly on Wednesday when Congress of the People president Mosiuoa Lekota accused President Jacob Zuma of violating his oath of office. [news24]
Zuckerberg Drops Off Billionaires Index – Mark Zuckerberg is no longer one of the world’s 40 richest people. The 28-year-old’s fortune fell to $14.7 billion yesterday from $16.2 billion on May 25, as shares of the world’s largest social-networking company dropped 9.6 percent. They slipped another 2.3 percent yesterday to $28.19. That extended the stock’s losses to 26 percent from the worst-performing large initial public offering in the past decade and cut Zuckerberg’s net worth to $14.4 billion. [bloomberg]
Venus Knocked Out In Second Round, No Williams Sisters Left – Looking glum and lacking the verve that carried her to seven Grand Slam titles, Williams barely put up any resistance and lost 6-2, 6-3 to No. 3-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland at Roland Garros yesterday. [msnbc]
Bob Dylan Gets Medal Of Freedom – Barack Obama has presented the Medal of Freedom to Bob Dylan. The US president awarded 13 political and cultural figures America’s highest civilian honour. Rocker Bob Dylan, 71, was a recipient alongside Israel’s President Shimon Peres, astronaut John Glenn and novelist Toni Morrison. [skynews]
Here’s How You Pay For Promoted Posts On Facebook – Facebook has released details about a new feature that allows businesses to easily promote their posts and get updates in front of more eyes — for a fee. [mashable]
Mary-Kate Olsen Is Dating Sarkozy’s Brother – Nicolas Sarkozy’s brother Olivier Sarkozy has moved on from Stella Schnabel and is now dating Mary-Kate Olsen. Sources say the former French president’s 42-year-old younger half-brother, who’s managing director of the Carlyle Group, has been seeing 25-year-old Olsen for about a month. [nypost]
Apple CEO Tim Cook Looking To Move Manufacturing To USA – Apple CEO Tim Cook offered no details about new gadgets coming down the pipeline in a speech last night, but told the A-list crowd he wants more of the company’s products made in the United States rather than China. [thedaily]
Obama Insults Poles With Mention Of ‘Polish Death Camps’ – The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest civilian honor a president can bestow, so there is little doubt that President Barack Obama did not intend to insult the home country of one of the honorees. But insult he did when he spoke of honoree Jan Karski, a hero of the Polish resistance against Nazi occupiers in World War II. [wallstreetjournal]
Clint Eastwood’s Daughter Under Fire For Burning $100,000 Handbag – As the daughter of one of Hollywood’s most prolific actor/directors, and star of realty TV show Mrs. Eastwood & Company chronicling the lives of her extended family, Francesca Eastwood is well used to being in the eye of the storm. But Clint Eastwood’s 18-year-old daughter is on the receiving end of vicious public outcry after a photographic stunt with her artist boyfriend Tyler Shields backfired. [telegraph]
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Maya On Money – Maya On Money is a finance feature, hosted by Maya Fisher-French. She will be teaming up with the Just Josie lunch show at 12h30 every Thursday, to bring us simple and useful finance tips. [mayaonmoney]
The Rock Dimension – DJ Gary Cool will be giving away a year’s worth of gum sponsored by Stimorol Mega Mystery in the David Vs Goliath feature! David Vs Goliath is where one rock legend battles another artist who is equally as good, but not as well known. Listen up between 20h00-23h00 and make sure you cast your vote. Arno Carstens also joins him for the show. [rockdimension]
Biz Connect with Goodwill Moyo – Bob chats to Goodwill Moyo, MD of Brand Inc – Design and Advertising Agency. They offer the complete spectrum of strategy, marketing, communications, design and advertising services in-house. [podcast]
Bob’s Weekend Getaways – Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village awaits those willing to participate in an adventure that reveals the mystical cultures and traditions of the people of Africa. Bob chats to General Manager, Lana Botes, about the village and why it’s a perfect getaway. [podcast]
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