#News24 ICYMI: #BlackMonday protest action; ANC mum on 'gangster' Zuma and meet SA's deaf barista champion

2017-10-30 18:40
Mduduzi Lukhuleni. (Image via Ciro)

Mduduzi Lukhuleni. (Image via Ciro)

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Cape Town - Charl Langeveldt booted out as Proteas bowling coach, the decapitated body of missing Cape Town businessman has been found and Gauteng Premier David Makhura to appear at the Life Esidimeni hearing.

Here is a selection of Monday's top stories:

#BlackMonday: All you need to know

Scroll through our live updates for all the news about the Black Monday protest against farm murders.  


Not a word from ANC about its 'gangster' president

Jacques Pauw's new book makes startling allegations around President Jacob Zuma. The governing party, however, remains quieter than the Sphinx.

Find out more on HuffPost SA

Decapitated body of missing Cape Town businessman found

Two suspects appeared in the Bellville Regional Court following the kidnapping and murder of businessman Robin Kemper.


Langeveldt axed as Gibson makes key changes

Proteas coach Ottis Gibsonhas has confirmed that Charl Langeveldt will not be retained as the bowling coach of the national team.

Read the full story on Sport24

A whole latte love for SA's first-ever deaf barista champion

Mduduzi Lukhuleni from Johannesburg dreamed of becoming an IT specialist until he found himself in the world of baristas.


Makwakwa back at SARS, cleared of all wrongdoing

The South African Revenue Services confirmed on Monday that the suspension of its second-in-command Jonas Makwakwa has been lifted and that he will return to work on November 1.

Fin24 has the story

Henri van Breda to testify in triple murder trial

Triple murder accused Henri van Breda will testify in his defence in the Western Cape High Court, it has emerged.


Channel24 speaks to Wayde and Chesney's wedding planner Tony Peng

Event planner and creative Tony Peng gave The Juice the inside scoop about one of the most talked about local weddings of the year.


KZN cop arrested for allegedly selling police guns, ammo to criminals

A KwaZulu-Natal cop has found himself on the wrong side of the law after he was arrested along with an accomplice for allegedly selling police ammunition and weapons.

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'Makhura was not aware of Life Esidimeni patient transfer' - Gauteng govt

The Gauteng provincial government has expressed "concern" over media reports that Premier David Makhura was aware of the transfer of Life Esidimeni patients to a number of unlicensed NGOs.


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