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Tuesday's news in a nutshell

Explosive books

A man fighting for his life

Talk of recession

Sport quotas

Ipid and the Constitutional Court

Top cop reveals Zuma link in explosive book

Suspended KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen has said he told Edward Zuma, son of President Jacob Zuma, to take money he’d invested with controversial businessman Thoshan Panday and run.

Get the facts here.

SA staves off technical recession, economy grows 3.3% in Q2

South Africa has staved off a technical recession as Statistics SA announced on Tuesday that the economy grew by 3.3% quarter-on-quarter in the second quarter of 2016.

Reports: Mandoza fighting for his life in hospital

According to DRUM Magazine, local musician Mandoza is battling cancer once more. 

Read all about ithere.


Quotas: 'White boys won’t play cricket'

CSA’s quota system will discourage young white cricketers to pursue a career in the game, a well-known local agent believes.

Get the story here.

A lesson in how not to govern – Robert McBride on court victory

It should be unnecessary for an independent organisation to have to protect itself from interference by the executive says Robert McBride.

Read his views here.

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