Cape Town – Some of the stories you may have missed today include donkeys used to smuggle cars, a three-year-old farmer’s son who can speak three languages and Atul Gupta claims #GuptaLeaks aren’t authentic.#GuptaLeaks: How the family encircled Lynne BrownNew information shows a Gupta web was spun around the minister of public enterprises. But was it a trap for a target or a cocoon for an ally? Read the full report here.Zambia hits out at 'political charlatan' Malema, says his accusations are baselessThe Zambian government has reacted angrily to the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) leader Julius Malema's remarks over the weekend that President Edgar Lungu was a dictator, a report says.Read more here.Teen commits suicide over failure to obtain ID, birth certificateFaced with not being able to matriculate because she didn't have a birth certificate or ID, a Gauteng teen chose death instead.Read her story here.Atul Gupta claims leaked emails not authenticAtul Gupta has questioned the authenticity of the emails and documents contained in the #GuptaLeaks in an interview with the BBC's Radio 4.Read his comments here.Data prices must come down – IcasaThe cost of data must come down, acting chairperson of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) Rubben Mohlaloga told Parliament.Read more here.PICS: Syndicate using donkeys to smuggle luxury cars into ZimbabwePolice are on high alert looking for a syndicate that uses donkeys to smuggle luxury cars across the Limpopo River into the Zimbabwe.See the photos here.WATCH: Three-year-old farm boy's incredible grasp of crops, cattle and isiZuluCarter turned three in April, and has a better grasp on farm life than many of his elders. This includes maize, wheat, soya and beef farming, as well as speaking fluent isiZulu. Watch the video here.Cowboys don't cry, but they shouldLet’s get one thing straight: mental illness is real, writes Danielle Hoffmeester.Read more here.Ever felt like you could be a doctor?Take this quiz to find out.Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.