Have you ever noticed that your favorite tibe of toothpaste has a color coded dot at the end? No? Ok. Check out below image.
Your favorite colgate has four different colors namely Black, Green, Red and Blue. Many people have not stopped to wonder what each code means. You could be buying the wrong color code for your teeth altogether.
A Twitter user posted on their timeline what each code means, leaving many people shocked and in disbelief.
Another user on Twitter chipped in with a word from Colgate :
According to @Colgate “They actually help in the manufacturing of the toothpaste tubes by telling light sensors where the end of the tube is so that it can be cut and sealed properly.” Now i know what they really mean.
A quick search on the colgate website however revealed that this is all a myth. According to colgate, the reality of the color codes is :
The truth is: the toothpaste color-coding system simply doesn’t exist. Oral care companies don’t mark their toothpastes with colored squares to try to trick consumers and hide ingredients from them. We’re sure you’re wondering, so why are there color blocks on toothpaste tubes then? We’re happy to report that they do, in fact, have a purpose!
They actually help in the manufacturing of the toothpaste tubes by telling light sensors where the end of the tube is so that it can be cut and sealed properly. We know, it’s not as exciting as a secret code, but we think the truth is pretty cool too.
Watch Gomora Actresses Sannah ‘Zodwa’ Mchunu and Stella ‘Tiny’ Dlangalala Doing The Robot Challenge
Zodwa is arguably the best actress in Gomora, thanks to her outstanding acting skills alongside Bongani. It’s so worrying for Gomora fans to hear that one of the finest actors in Zodwa is stressed. This time around, Zodwa came to work stressed and down; she is now okay, thanks to Stella Dlangalala, who came up with the idea of dancing. Of all the dances, Stella challenged Zodwa to the robot challenge to eliminate the stress.
A few days ago, another Gomora actres in Thembi ‘Gladys’ Seete did the robot challenge leaving fans impressed. It now seemed that at Gomora, no one is allowed to be low, and the solution is tried and tested. We act/work together; hence we fight issues together through dancing and singing.
It remains difficult to imagine what had caused Zodwa to be that stressed now that she is the DSTV Viewers Choice favourite actress award winner. Anyway, let’s give a blind eye to the causes and stress issues; whatever caused it led to us getting to watch Zodwa and Tiny doing the Robot challenge.
Whatever mood she is, Zodwa has a knack for making fans love what she does. She has that natural vibe and comedy that makes fans glued to her. She started the dance with a pouty face moving like she didn’t know what she was doing. On the other side, Stella was all smiling and enjoying the challenging moves.
As the challenge continued, Zodwa started to enjoy the moves and found herself with a smile on her face. Fans loved to see a smile on Zodwa’s face again but reserved some fireworks for her moves. Many fans laughed at her moves, saying she is far away from looking like a robot. Zodwa took too long to move hence losing the sequence with the other dancers.
Special praises went to Stella for her moves. She nailed it with so much perfection that one would argue she is a professional dancer. The duo can make a good dancing club where there is a balance of both flair and comedy.
Watch Gomora actresses Sannah ‘Zodwa’ Mchunu and Stella ‘Tiny’ Dlangalala doing the Robot challenge.
Enyobeni Tavern Owner Arrested
The arrest of the 52-year-old suspect and two employees aged between 33 and 34, comes after the Eastern Cape Liquor Board opened a case at the Scenery Park police station for Contravention of the Liquor Act.
The owner of Enyobeni tavern, together with two employees have been arrested following the deaths of 21 teenagers last month.
The arrest of the 52-year-old suspect and two employees aged between 33 and 34 comes after the Eastern Cape Liquor Board opened a case at the Scenery Park police station for Contravention of the Liquor Act.
The bodies of the 21 teenagers were found in the early hours of Sunday morning after a night of partying.
The cause of death has still not been released.
The arrest of the 52-year-old suspect and two employees aged between 33 and 34 years, comes after the Eastern Cape Liquor Board laid charges at the Scenery Park Police Station for the contravention of the Liquor Act. Following the opening of the case by the Liquor Board, the investigators embarked on the investigation process, which resulted in fines to the amount of R2000 being issued to each of the two tavern employees, whilst a summons was served to the owner for his immediate arrest and appearance in court.
Among others, the investigation also focused on the alleged violation or contravention of the Eastern Cape Liquor Act by permitting or conniving for the selling or supplying of alcohol to children under the age of 18 years and for selling or supplying alcohol to children under the age of 18 years.
According to provincial police spokesperson, Brig. Tembinkosi Kinana, the tavern owner is expected in the East London Magistrates Court on August 19, 2022 to face said charges. “The two employees have been given an option of a fine in terms of the Liquor Act. Should they fail to pay the fine, they will be required to appear in the same court on August 19,” Kinana said. “SAPS management has reaffirmed its commitment in ensuring that all the investigations around the Scenery Park tragic incident are conducted in a more professional and well organised manner for a successful prosecution and subsequent conviction in the court of law,” he added.
Thirteen Shot Dead Inside Soweto’s Nomzamo Tavern
Thirteen people have been shot dead at a tavern in Soweto.
Four others are in critical condition in hospital.
Gauteng Police Commissioner Elias Mawela said the incident happened in the early hours of Sunday morning.
“Primary investigations suggest the people were enjoying themselves in the tavern,” he said.
“They just came in and shot at them randomly.”
Mawela said detectives are on the scene.
“The age range is just an estimation from my detectives to say they are between 19 and 35 years.”