Cape Town20°C / 10°C
Durban20°C / 14°C
Johannesburg20°C / 3°C
“Wow‚ he’s so hot… I wonder if he’s circumcised” These are the words of a radio ad that has mother N.
By Sowetan LIVE | Nov 01, 2010 |
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See our photos of this amazing phenomenon.
These photos were taken in Johannesburg and Durban
it is called solar storm/wind, formed from the sun's core, the heat is transfered to the sun surface by what so called convection cells (convection cells are the electrical currents of charged gas called Plasma). this gas will be release through the sun's darck spots and this will blow pass above the earth's atmospher in 18 hours. normaly could be seen at night, most people call it aurora.
After watching her son leap to an Olympic silver medal for South Africa in the early hours of yesterday, Joyce Manyonga had to skip her 11am church service because she was inundated with calls from well-wishers and requests for media interviews.