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Stand a chance to win a copy of Bitch, Please! I'm Khanyi Mbau

Gold digger, chancer, attention whore - Khanyi Mbau has been called all of that and more. While her flamboyant and daring personality have made this actress a darling of the media and a sought-after guest at parties.

Her flashy lifestyle and relationships with older (and often married) men have made her one of the country's most talked about women.

This is the story of a young starlet who let sudden fame go to her head. Her world spirals out of control as fancy cars and rooms full of shoes become more important than self-respect. Khanyi divulges all about her abusive marriage to Mandla Mthembu, the sugar daddy she married at 19. He is also the father of her only child, a daughter named Cannes. She reaches an all-time low when the marriage breaks up and she is left destitute.

Khanyi then gets involved in a sordid affair with a married man, Theunis Crous. Their relationship is splashed in the tabloids as are their often very public fights. It is only when she decides to turn her life around that Khanyi has the courage to break up the affair and face an uncertain future.

In this book the Queen of Bling bares her soul as she tells of some of the hard lessons she learned and of the things she will never do again.

How to enter

Answer the question “What is the title of Khanyi Mbau’s new biography?” here

Terms & Conditions for the Competition:

1. Terms of use

1.1 This competition is promoted by Avusa Media Limited ("Avusa").  By entering the competition you agree to the rules of this competition.

1.2 There are no entry fees to participate in this competition.

2. How long does the competition last?

2.1 The competition runs from Friday 17 August 2012 to Sunday 2 September 2012. (the "Competition Period").

2.2 No entries will be accepted after midnight on 2 September 2012

2.3 The draw will take place on Monday 3 September 2012.

3. Who can enter the Competition?

3.1 You are entitled to enter into this competition if you are a natural person resident in the Republic of South Africa and are over the age of 18. 

3.2 You are not entitled to participate in this competition if you are a director, member, partner, employee, agent of, or consultant of Avusa, or if you are supplier, sponsor or advertiser of goods or services in connection with this competition, or any other entity directly or indirectly controlling or controlled by Avusa, or marketing service providers or if you are any of the aforementioned person's spouse, life partner, parent, child, brother, sister or business partner.

4. How often can you enter?

You may enter this competition once.

5. What are the Prizes?

5.1 All prizes will be provided by Avusa Media LIVE.

5.2 There are 5 copies of Bitch, Please! I'm Khanyi Mbau to be won.

5.3 All prizes are strictly subject to availability.  The prizes are non-transferable and you may not exchange them for cash.  Please note that Avusa or the sponsors of the prize/s reserve the right to substitute any prize without prior notification.

5.4 Prizes will be sent by registered post or courier, by no later than 30 days from the acceptance of the prize by the winner, to the address provided by the winners.  Avusa does not accept any responsibility for any failure by the postal service or the courier or the sponsor of the prizes to deliver the prizes or the winner's failure to accept delivery of his/her prize.

6. Winners

6.1 The winners will be chosen randomly by lucky draw after the Competition Period, which lucky draw will take place on Monday 3 September 2012.  The lucky draw will be done by an employee or representative of Avusa (the "judge").  The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into with a competition participant other than the winners.  The winners will be contacted by telephone and by email. 

6.2 Avusa will attempt to make contact with each winner at least three times, but if Avusa is unable to contact any winner within 3 (three) working days after the lucky draw, such winner will forfeit his/her prize and Avusa reserves the right to redraw such prize.

6.3 The winners (after being successfully contacted by Avusa) will be announced on or before Friday 12 September 2012 on the Sowetan LIVE website (www.sowetanlive.co.za).  Avusa and the sponsor may require each winner to provide it with additional information as it may reasonably require in order to determine the identity of the winner and to process and/or facilitate the winner's acceptance and/or use of the prize.  You may not win the prize if it is unlawful to give such prize to you and if you do win the prize under such circumstances, you will forfeit it.  The winners may be asked to participate in marketing activities, including having their photograph taken, but the winners are entitled to decline to do so.

7. General

7.1 In participating in this competition, you agree to all the competition rules set out above, without exception.

7.2 Avusa reserves the right, without notice and acting reasonably, to withdraw the competition before any winners are notified if any circumstances beyond Avusa's reasonable control prevents or restricts Avusa from conducting the competition.

7.3 Except as otherwise permitted by law, Avusa, its employees, directors, partners, members, consultants and/or agents are not responsible for any loss or damage associated with you entering this competition, the carrying out of the competition, or the provision or otherwise of any aspect of any prize or any act or omission of any other person or party, and all warranties, conditions and representations (of any kind) not expressly set out in these terms and conditions are hereby excluded to the maximum extent permitted by law.

7.4 If the competition is regulated by the Consumer Protection Act, 68 of 2008, it is not intended that any provision of these terms and conditions contravenes any provision of the Consumer Protection Act and therefore all provisions of these terms and conditions must be treated as being qualified, if necessary, to ensure that the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act are complied with.

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