The countrywide bus strike is set to escalate as new wage negotiates are to resume, the Moses Mabhida violence is blamed on poor security and a woman explains how she was duped out of R600 000 by a fake prophet. Have a look at this list of some of our top read stories: FIRST PICS: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcome a baby boyThe Duke and Duchess have welcomed their third child and the fifth in line to the British throne.Bus strike intensifies as unions enter into fresh negotiationsIt's back to the drawing board for unions and bus companies as parties re-enter into wage negotiations, which are expected to be facilitated by the Department of Labour.Everything you need to know about Wednesday’s general strikeThousands of workers are expected to take to the streets on Wednesday for a one day strike as the South African Federation of Trade Unions plans to make the country “ungovernable”.Flood warning issued for Cape Town as cold front landsA cold front is expected to make landfall in Cape Town late in the afternoon.Khoza blames inadequate security for Moses Mabhida violencePSL chairperson Irvin Khoza has blamed inadequate security for the fan violence that occurred at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.Absolutely diabolical scenes at Moses Mabhida Stadium tonight. Kaizer Chiefs will be in big trouble for this. Unacceptable from the supporters.Video via @Jeff_CJ31 pic.twitter.com/87hSwROwiZ— Joe Crann (@YesWeCrann) April 21, 2018 Man in court for Moses Mabhida pitch invasionThe sister of a man who appeared in court for charges related to the outbreak of violence at a soccer match on Saturday says it is unfair that he is facing the charges alone.Chiefs name interim coach to replace KomphelaKaizer Chiefs have confirmed that Patrick Mabedi will take over as head coach of the club following the resignation of Steve Komphela.Kaizer Chiefs have announced Patrick Mabedi as the interim caretaker coach of Amakhosk until the 2017/18 season concludes.The Malawian used to play for the Soweto giants back in 1998 till 2006, winning back to back @OfficialPSL titles in 2004 & 2005. #KaizerChiefs pic.twitter.com/FWCYFo7rsp— Lunga Kupiso (@KupisoLunga) April 23, 2018 'I was scammed out of R600k by fake prophet', says woman alone and broke after being dupedShe visited dark rooms filled with ceremonial candles and containers of muthi, performed numerous cleansing and healing rituals all in the hope of getting help for recurring headaches and maybe finding love again.'We put the ticket in the Bible', says Lotto winner who lives a frugal lifeA 30-year-old from Hartbeespoort, who went from broke to being a millionaire overnight after winning the lotto, still uses his three-year-old iPhone 6, shops at Mr Price, Pick n Pay and Spar, and refuses to go to expensive restaurants.Baby-throwing dad released on a warningThe man accused of throwing his 1-year-old daughter from the roof of a shack earlier this month during municipal demolitions of illegal structures has been released on a warning by the New Brighton Magistrate's Court in Port Elizabeth.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.