News you need to know ... 15 November

By Kirstin Buick
14 November 2013

The news you need to know from the week that was.

Bad Bieber

Miley Cyrus is the young celeb that has tongues wagging right now, so the antics of another teen star are going largely unnoticed. But in recent weeks Justin Bieber has been rude to his fans, vandalised a hotel, and spent the night with a much older woman.  Most recently, he's had Argentina up in arms over his mistreatment of their flag on stage. At his show Buenos Aires, Justin trashed two flags that fans had thrown on stage, treating them like dirty rags, using his shoes and then a microphone stand to sweep them off the stage. And one fan caught it all on film. Click here to read more. PLUS Four other big stories from the week that was

Over and out! Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar took to the pitch Thursday for his 200th and final Test, bidding farewell to his adoring public and basking in tributes from fellow players, politicians and fans. Click here to read more.

Help after Haiyan: It's been a week since super typhoon Haiyan devastated the Phillipines, killing an estimated 10 000 people. But millions more are still without food, clean water and other basic necessities. You can help - the UNICEFthe United Nations’ World Food Program and the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns are all accepting online donations. Click on the links to find out more.

From dream come true to nightmare: Being crowned the winner of SABC 1’s So You Think You Can Dance was supposed to be a dream come true for Sibahle Tshibika, but her triumph soon turned into a nightmare. Tshibika and her family have gone into hiding after being warned the young Khayelitsha dancer was being targeted by kidnappers. This comes after Tshibika’s grandmother, 72-year-old Beatrice Tshibika, died after collapsing while watching her granddaughter compete in the final on Saturday. Click here to read more. 

Back from the dead: Being buried alive is probably many people’s worst fear and for one poor man that fear came true. While visiting a deceased family member at the cemetery in the Ferraz de Vasconcelos area of Sao Paulo, Brazil, an unnamed woman was shocked was shocked to see a hand emerge from a grave. Click here to read more. 

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