Cape Town – Seven homeless people have been shot in downtown Joburg; How the driver demerit system works and what drivers should know; and Kenny Kunene hits back at criticism on social media after his alleged hit are some of the stories you may have missed today.Police hunt man who shot 7 homeless people Seven homeless people were shot by an unknown man on Wednesday afternoon in downtown Johannesburg.Read more here.New driver demerit system: 6 things SA motorist should knowThe Aarto task team has added amendments to the bill, following rounds of public hearings, and believe that this system will remove habitual traffic offenders from South Africa’s roads and highways. Read more here.#GuptaLeaks: How Anoj Singh sang for his supperEvidence in the #GuptaLeaks and elsewhere points to a criminal conspiracy to defraud South Africans of billions. Singh was a central and willing player as CFO at Transnet and then Eskom – while accepting a secret offshore company, hospitality and seemingly large amounts of cash from the Guptas.Read the full report here.'You can't be loved by everyone' - Kenny Kunene on Twitter criticism of shootingBusinessman Kenny Kunene has brushed off criticism on social media over the alleged hit on him.Read his response here.Declassified: Apartheid profits inside the arms money machineIn this sixth instalment of the Open Secrets’ series, ‘Declassified: Apartheid Profits’, the apartheid arms sanctions busting money machine is profiled. Read here.Can Cyril survive?Of course there was also the irony of the Zuma camp trying to tarnish the opposition with stories of infidelity. The question is now whether Ramaphosa can survive this in and outside the ANC?Read more of the opinion piece here.Sanral reveals reason for N3 bridge collapseThe collapse of the pedestrian bridge on the N3 highway in Germiston was caused by a truck hitting the supporting pier of the bridge, the SA National Roads Agency SOC (Sanral) has revealed.Read more here.Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.