We have forgiven Zuma, says Malema, Eskom‘s financial woes deepen as new plant repair bill mounts, and Top Boks reluctant to sign new deals according to reports.
Here are today’s top stories:
The state capture caravan continued to trek into the wilderness of grand corruption on Monday, with former Bosasa executive Angelo Agrizzi testifying at the Zondo commission of inquiry about journalists on the company‘s payroll and how Dudu Myeni, a close friend of former president Jacob Zuma, was roped in.
Cape Town‘s firefighters were praised for their hard work as they put out a fire during a night of fear for residents living near Signal Hill and Lion‘s Head.
EFF leader Julius Malema has said that a church service had moved him to forgive former president Jacob Zuma.
Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) leader Prophet Bushiri has described the stampede at the Pretoria church in December in which three people died as “unfortunate”.
Speaking to The Juice on Monday, Police Spokesperson for the Gauteng province Colonel Lungelo Dlamini confirmed reports that The Queen actress Khanya Mkangisa has been released after being detained overnight for an alleged hit and run in Johannesburg.
South African power utility Eskom is facing a mounting repair bill at two new coal-fired power stations that are still under construction, compounding its already dire financial situation.
Several of the country‘s top rugby players are reportedly refusing to extend their franchise contracts before SA Rugby makes an announcement regarding the contract structure of Springboks.
Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile has been sentenced to three years house arrest and must undergo life skills courses.