Cape Town - Newly appointed Justice Leona Theron allegedly has links to President Jacob Zuma; ANC KZN fires bodyguards in gun video and Zanu-PF mum on Gwede Mantashe’s reprimand, are some of the stories you may have missed today.Bodyguards in gun video fired - ANC KZNThe ANC in KwaZulu-Natal say they have fired the security detail that guards the eThekwini Region's provincial secretary Bheki Ntuli.Read more here. WATCH: The insanity of Hurricane Irma as she heads for MiamiHurricane Irma has ripped through the northern Caribbean, leaving at least 10 dead and thousands homeless, and is on course for a catastrophic strike on Florida. Watch here.EXCLUSIVE: New Constitutional Court judge's links to Zuma need scrutiny - NGOJustice Leona Theron, appointed as a Constitutional Court judge in June by President Jacob Zuma, previously had business dealings with two of his legal representatives, who in turn have worked closely with his son and nephew.Read more here.Zanu-PF 'tight-lipped' after Mantashe's call on Mugabe to stop attacking MandelaPresident Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu-PF party has reportedly remained mum after the ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe this week moved to call on the Zimbabwean leader to stop attacking Nelson Mandela's legacy.Read more here.Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba faces motion of no confidenceDemocratic Alliance mayor in Johannesburg Herman Mashaba is facing his first motion of no confidence, with the African National Congress saying that he failed to lead the city.Read why here.Kim and Kanye are expecting their third child – and it’s a girl!And the baby news just keeps coming. Kim Kardashian’s dreams of a bigger family may very well be coming true.But there's more...read here.Vytjie Mentor, Essop Pahad and the light green CamryVytjie Mentor first met Jacob Zuma in 1991 in Durban at the ANC’s first electoral conference to be held on South African soil. She was the young mother of a 3 month old baby and ducked out of one of the sessions early to go tend to her daughter who was being taken care of at the nursery.Read more of the opinion piece here.Moody's sees stalemate in SA structural reformsRatings agency Moody’s Investors Service expects that a continued stalemate on structural reforms in the lead up to ANC leadership elections will continue to weigh on already weak business confidence and hamper government’s fiscal consolidation efforts.Read here.Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.