Don't miss out on these top 5 must-watch weekend sporting events, read Jacques Pauw's open letter to Julius Malema, and have a look at out infographic detailing where the Thai boys, who have been stuck in a cave for more than a week, were found. Have a look at some of our popular stories: Jacques Pauw open letter to Julius MalemaI am sure that you might not be fully aware of what had transpired at Carnilinx, but it does beg the question whether Mazzotti, Phillips and Sayed entertained you with their proceeds of crime, writes Jacques Pauw to Julius Malema in an open letter.Duduzane Zuma in SA after brief detention to confirm identity - lawyerFormer president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma, who is facing a charge of culpable homicide, has been briefly detained at OR Tambo International Airport.Top 5 must-watch weekend sporting eventsIt's the weekend! But the sporting world never sleeps, so hang on tight and be sure to watch these FIVE events!#WorldCup: Where to watch the nerve-wracking quarter finals in SAAcross Durban, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town and Johannesburg, let us guide you through a bar hopping journey to places where all your World Cup fantasies can come true - or crash and burn.PICS: Meghan radiates sunshine in yellow dress at Commonwealth eventThe Duke and Duchess stepped out at a reception for the Your Commonwealth Youth Challenge looking chic as ever.The #CommonwealthYouth Forum is giving the young people of the Commonwealth a voice in its future – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met some of its young leaders to see how @CommonwealthSec is helping them make their ideas a reality. pic.twitter.com/WGKMffH4hV— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 5, 2018 Bystanders were 'filming a woman on fire' - Gardens Centre gas explosion witnessA woman who witnessed an explosion at a Cape Town shopping centre says while there was chaos during the incident, what was more upsetting was the response of the public.Man who filmed deadly Northcliff shootout: 'There was so much blood'A witness has described how his first instinct was to start filming when he realised he was in the thick of a shootout.SAPS crime programme paying off, cash-in-transit robberies 'reduced significantly'Police officials say the implementation of the nationwide stabilisation programme to reduce crime is paying off, with cash-in-transit robberies reduced by 61%.#sapsHQ the implementation of a nationwide stabilisation operation on the 4 June 2018, has resulted to the arrest of more than 40 suspects involved in Cash-in-transit robberies. The notable achievement of operations is the reduced significantly by 61%. TMhttps://t.co/dKJHxAz9hi pic.twitter.com/80Lso7vbZA— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) July 6, 2018#FeesMustFall protesters facing charges to be diverted to community service in schoolsIt is expected that charges will be dropped once they return to court and show proof that they have completed their community service.INFOGRAPHIC: Where Thai boys were foundRescue divers reached several kilometres inside a flooded cave where 12 boys and their football coach have been trapped since June 23. See the infographic.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.