Cape Town - 5 questions about cannibalism answered, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma gets a frosty welcome in Marikana, Lindiwe Sisulu says President Jacob Zuma should face an inquiry and see how a scooter rider plunges into a huge sinkhole.Have a look at some of our leading stories: Hundreds confess to eating human fleshAt least 300 people allegedly confessed to having eaten human body parts procured from a man accused of allegedly killing and eating a woman.More5 questions about cannibalism answeredThere is no criminal charge for eating human flesh, but the National Health Act clearly stipulates that it is illegal to be in possession of any human tissue unless authorised by the relevant person or institution. Find out morePress Council appeals panel explains ruling on HuffPost 'white men' blogA controversial blog that HuffPost SA published in April, entitled "Could it be time to deny white men the franchise", cannot be seen as discriminatory or classified as hate speech, the appeals panel of the Press Council ruled.Read the full story'Vodacom stop stealing from us!' - Twitter users react to lost dataIf you're totally confused about the Vodacom data saga, we've put together a short synopsis, and some online reaction.Have a lookBut the WHY is missing. Why did this happen? Was it a deliberate act of abuse & theft on your part @Vodacom? Or? https://t.co/ctETMaZs8B— Redi Tlhabi (@RediTlhabi) August 22, 2017Dlamini-Zuma chased from Marikana koppieANC presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has been chased from the site of the 2012 Marikana massacre.ReadHow did he not see that!? Scooter rider plunges into huge sinkholeCCTV footage captures the moment a scooter rider plunges into a huge sinkhole moments after it opened up. The rider was reportedly checking his phone before the crash...Watch the clip here John Legend. (Supplied)Get ready! John Legend is coming to SAJohn Legend will be returning to South Africa with his highly anticipated Darkness and Light global tour. Legend will be performing in Johannesburg on 3 and 4 November 2017, 7 November in Durban and 9 and 10 November in Cape Town.Channel24 has the full storyZuma should face ANC inquiry - SisuluThe ANC should initiate disciplinary action over allegations that President Jacob Zuma and members of the Gupta family looted state coffers, says Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu.“The ANC should act decisively on anybody in authority who is suspected or alleged to be doing wrong,” she said. “The fact that the president is involved” shouldn’t make a difference, she added.Read the story on Fin24SA racing driver makes dramatic escape from burning race carSouth African racing driver Mike Schmidt made a lucky escape after his race car erupted into a ball of flames. The fire was caused when a fuel line ruptured spraying fuel directly into a hot engine bay, which then ignited the fuel.WatchMore than 50% of SA’s population living in povertyAccording to the Poverty Trends Report for 2006 to 2015, 30.4 million people (55.5% of the population) is living in poverty. This is up from the 53.2% or 27.3 million people reported in 2011.Read furtherWould you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.