Secret plot to oust MbaksPolice Minister Fikile Mbalula is embroiled in a war against rogue police spies who have threatened his life, as well as the lives of his family.City Press is in possession of a report of a registered undercover operation called Project Wonder, which involves rogue agents and officers from the police’s crime intelligence unit, Hawks and the SA Police Service (SAPS).The report details illegal cellphone taps on five ministers, how evidence was to be planted against Mbalula in an attempt to get him fired, and a plan to use “young women” to “trap” him and his senior staff.Read more.SAA to dump routesNational carrier SAA is dumping routes, reducing flights and getting rid of some of its airplanes – all in a desperate bid to stay aloft. Read the full story.Minister’s friend accused of raping young womanBusinessman Sazi Fakude, a close companion of Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu, has been accused of raping a young woman he allegedly abducted from a Sandton nightclub. Read all the details.Zuma's legal woes can't be ignoredPresident Jacob Zuma’s battle with the law is the leitmotif of South Africa’s second decade of democracy. It has laid waste to democratic institutions, transfixed outraged critics and, most worrying of all, has given rise to a sentiment of futility and helplessness in the public, a kind of “Zuma fatigue”. Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh.Read more.Nakhane Touré reacts to death threats over new movie"Guys, Nakhane and others in that movie must be killed,” reads one of the messages.“Please boy come and sing here in cape town...we will organise you a stadium with two car tyres and petrol and also matches...or should we come for you...? (sic)” reads another.As the Xhosa king threatens to interdict any screenings of Inxeba (The Wound), the internationally acclaimed gay love triangle film set in the mountain during initiation, Xhosa men in particular have been relentlessly attacking the lead actor and other cast members.Read the full story.