South Africans use a shocking amount of plastic each year, Police Minister Bheki Cele has launches a task team in Westbury following deadly criminal activity and violent protests, and could a South African Brett Kavanaugh become a reality?Take a look at a few of our top stories for the day:Suspended SARS boss Tom Moyane's disciplinary hearing to be postponedThe ruling was made on Thursday afternoon by Advocate Azhar Bham, chairperson of the disciplinary inquiry into the former head of the tax agency.Why we need the jobs summit - and so much moreTrue, there's no quick fix. But send us, Mr President, says Sipho Pityana.Here's how much plastic every South African uses - and the number is shockingThe World Wide Fund for Nature says South Africans use between 30kg and 50kg of plastic per person per year – and much of it ends up in the ocean.'Gangsters, here we come!' - police minister launches task team in Westbury"Gangsters, here we are, here we come!" Police Minister Bheki Cele has warned criminals in Westbury at the launch of a Tactical Response Team.RandGold CEO under fire over hunting hobbyRandGold CEO Mark Bristow is under fire, following UK reports picturing him on hunting trips.WATCH: 7 magic Springbok moments v the All Blacks in SAWATCH seven unforgettable Springbok moments against the All Blacks in South Africa since the turn of the century. OPINION: A South African Kavanaugh could be a realityMandy Wiener considers how the SA justice system would deal with Brett Kavanaugh and the allegations of sexual assault against the Supreme Court judge nominee.WATCH: 'Queen B' tries to dodge media at her tax fraud court appearanceThe manager of TV personality Bonang Matheba has attempted to block the media from taking pictures or video footage of her, after she briefly appeared in the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court on tax fraud charges.The bizarre Drew Barrymore interview that has everyone scratching their headsAn apparent interview with Drew Barrymore in EgyptAir’s in-flight magazine is going viral for its bizarre content.Zim court orders invaders to vacate white farmer's land 'immediately' – reportA Zimbabwean court has reportedly ordered "illegal occupiers" of a white farmer's property in Goromonzi, to "vacate the land immediately", saying that the farmer was illegally removed from his property by the ministry of lands.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.