Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: The Moti Brothers have been found

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: The Moti Brothers have been found

This is according to communication from the parents through a WhatsApp text expressing their relief.

Moti Family Update Photo

It's Thursday morning and it's us again sharing five stories from the world that are making headlines for all sorts of reasons. 

We start with a much lighter story - Demi Lovato's vibrator line.  

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She has released a new vibrator line. The solo singer wants to "take the stigma away from pleasure" with the Demi Wand, which they created in partnership with Bellesa Boutique. It retails at $79 (about R1,200).

Demi Lovato sex toy
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Royal AM and their officials have received a whopping R1.65-million in fines regarding various charges the Durban club pleaded guilty to in relation to a DStv Premiership match where owner Shauwn Mkhize and son Andile Mpisane handed out cash to players on the field.

Royal AM owners dole out cash to players on the pitch
Screengrab: Twitter: Dube_mthoko

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From 'Clueless' and 'Friends' to the 'Avengers' franchise, Paul Rudd has played everything from heartthrob to hero, and now, he's the Sexiest Man Alive.

Find out what people on social media had to say about this here.

Paul Rudd
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A new calculator from researchers at Big Health Actuarial Data might just be able to help with calculating how long you might live.  Barring infectious diseases, freak accidents, and human villainy, the calculator uses demographic and health factors to approximate how long you might naturally live by using the average of other people with similar factors. 

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The Moti brothers, who had been gone for three weeks following a kidnapping, have reportedly been found. 

A text message from the parents has been going around thanking South Africans for aiding in the search for the four young boys; Zia (15), Alaan (13), Zayyad (11), and Zidan (7). 

Moti Brothers' Parents' Statement
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We are as delighted and relieved as the parents about the return of the boys! 

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