Cape Town - A firearms dealer and a police sergeant have been arrested in the Western Cape, ANC MPs voted against and ad hoc committee proposal for a review of the Public Protector, and ANC Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize says the ANC must decide whether Jacob Zuma should see out the remaining time in office.Man opens fire on Lichtenburg protesters, killing 15-year-old-boy A 15-year-old boy was shot dead after a man opened fire on a group of protesters in Lichtenburg, North West on Tuesday.Read moreWATCH: Torrents, submerged cars and uprooted trees as storm batters DurbanA massive storm currently sweeping through Durban is leaving a trail of chaos and flooding in its wake.Watch the video hereANC MPs vote against ad hoc committee proposal for Mkhwebane review ANC MPs in the justice and correctional services committee voted against establishing an ad hoc committee to handle the process of reviewing the Public Protector's fitness to hold office.Read morePolitical uncertainty moves IMF to cut SA's growth forecastThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut South Africa’s growth forecast for 2017 from 1% to 0.7% due to “political uncertainty”. Read the story herePlayers to seek clarity on postponed T20 GLThe South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) on Tuesday expressed its concern and disappointment at the postponement of the T20 Global League, which had been scheduled to start on November 3, 2017.Read the full story hereWestern Cape cop, gun dealer arrested in massive firearms probeA firearms dealer from Stellenbosch and a police sergeant based in Delft have been arrested as part of a massive probe into the illegal gun trade in the Western Cape.Read hereKhanyi Mbau stands by controversial 'Dove' tweetsBeauty brand Dove came under fire following a controversial ad campaign on Monday.Read the story hereMe too. Dove made a mistake by putting the black woman first, it took the message out of context. I feel we find everything too personal https://t.co/P0rgzjvQe5— KHANYI MBAU (@MbauReloaded) October 9, 2017City of Cape Town wants to get Metrorail back on track The City of Cape Town says it wants to take control over the beleaguered Metrorail in order to bring it back on track.Read hereMkhize: ANC must decide on Zuma's future The ruling African National Congress (ANC) must decide whether Jacob Zuma should see out the remaining two years of his term as the president, said party Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize, a top contender to succeed Zuma as ANC leader in December.Read moreGoodLuck, Mango Groove and more to play at New Year’s Eve bash in PlettOne of the country’s top holiday destinations, Plettenberg Bay, recently announced its biggest New Year’s Eve concert in the last 10 years.Click here to readWould you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.