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R. Kelly arrested on child pornography charges: report

Kelly has a decades-long history of abuse allegations, especially of underage girls, and was acquitted in a child porn trial over a decade ago

I just can’t stop lovin’ you

Michael Jackson’s fans worshipped him even after his death — until Leaving Neverland. Bongani Madondo writes about dealing with a fallen god

Darkness of producing R Kelly

dream hampton talks about making the documentary of the alleged serial sex abuser

Let’s mute the R. Kellys in our lives

"The only person who needs protection is the one who is raped."

After years of allegations, R. Kelly faces sexual assault lawsuit

The R&B artist is accused of sexual battery, false imprisonment and failure to disclose a sexually transmitted disease

R Kelly among artists affected under Spotify’s new policy

The digital music platform has announced new policy preventing the promotion of music from any 'hateful' artist

#TimesUp takedowns in full swing

Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson admitted to blacklisting Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino

Time’s Up movement sets sights on R. Kelly

The women's movement has urged the singer's record label as well as streaming services Spotify and Apple Music to drop him

Don’t follow the Pied Piper

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Former NYDA head Lungisa out on R10k bail

Former National Youth Development Agency head Andile Lungisa and three others have been granted bail.

Lungisa arrested after making up R Kelly concert

Former National Youth Development Agency head Andile Lungisa and three mates banked an amount of R2.5-million after lying about a contract.

Arts department to recoup R2m for no-show R Kelly

R Kelly will no longer be performing at the Nelson Mandela Sport and Culture Day and the arts and culture department says it wants its money back.

R Kelly Single Ladies tour postponed until August

Local promoters announced that they needed more time to pull together the 'local logistics'.

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