On 17 August, everyone’s talking about…

The Lonmin shooting

If you haven’t yet heard of this, check out the above video and follow the feed on Twitter. Hectic stuff. Below is Zuma’s reaction:

“We are shocked and dismayed at this senseless violence. We believe there is enough space in our democratic order for any dispute to be resolved through dialogue without any breaches of the law or violence. We call upon the labour movement and business to work with government to arrest the situation before it deteriorates any further. I have instructed law enforcement agencies to do everything possible to bring the situation under control and to bring the perpetrators of violence to book. We extend our deepest condolences to the families of all who have lost their lives since the beginning of this violent action,” said President Zuma.

The Little Mermaid gets a boob job

A plastic surgery centre in Venezuela, Clinica Dempere, has made the above ad. Um, when did we start criticizing the bodily features of Disney characters? I don’t think Ariel would approve.

David Beckham shows us more of his abs

David Beckham goes bare-chested so often these days (ELLE US cover and H&M), that I can’t remember what he looks like with his shirt on! So, H&M asked Becks to pose for their underwear campaign for the second time around. Why? The abs speak for themselves…

Condé Nast creates a Runway Model video game

This is hilarious and I want it! A new video game called Fashion Hazard, where you compete as an amateur model in fashion shows around the world. Check out the above video for more info.

Zara opens in Cape Town (finally!)

Yes the day has finally arrived for Capetonians. Zara opens its doors today in the V&A Waterfront. Read our post on the opening here.

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