#News24 ICYMI: NPA gives Zuma a deadline; AB returns to No 1 in rankings; and Health spokesperson killed in freak accident

2017-10-20 18:21
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Cape Town – Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma denies links to Gupta businesses; Smacking your child is officially illegal in SA now and AB returns to No 1 in ICC ODI rankings are some of today’s big stories.

Zuma given until November 30 to tell NPA why charges should not be reinstated

The National Prosecuting Authority has given President Jacob Zuma until November 30 to make representations over his corruption charges.

Read more here.

Health spokesperson killed in freak shooting range accident

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's spokesperson Joe Maila apparently accidentally shot himself at a shooting range in Silverton in Pretoria, police confirmed.

Read the full story here.

Dlamini-Zuma denies links to Gupta businesses

African National Congress MP and presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has denied media reports linking her to Gupta-associated businesses.

Read more here.

Transnet contracts, exposed in #Guptaleaks, to feature in FBI probe

Transnet’s contracts with Swiss crane manufacturer Liebherr and China South Rail are set to star in the FBI investigation, as US authorities show they are not shy to pursue investigations against foreign nationals who may be using American firms for possible money laundering.

Fin24 has the story here.

Armed in anticipation - How Cape Town's underworld gang war has escalated

Figures linked to the underworld nightclub security industry expect major retaliation attacks in Cape Town and have heightened their security after men got into the hospital where wounded alleged Sexy Boys gang leader Jerome "Donkie" Booysen is recovering, to apparently try and attack him.

Read the exclusive here.

AB returns to No 1 in ICC ODI rankings

Proteas star batsman AB de Villiers has stormed back to the No 1 position of the ICC ODI batsmen rankings.

Read here.

Smacking your child is officially illegal in SA now

On 19 October, a ruling in the Gauteng High Court put an end to any form of corporal punishment at home.

Parent24 has more here.

SA road-trip safety: High-risk areas where tourists need to be vigilant

There is risk associated with any part of the world you choose to explore - we know this for a fact. If there wasn't, we wouldn't need to secure travel insurance every time we decided to cross a border or apply for a visa.

Read here.

10 TV shows, 4 movies and 7 gigs to check out this weekend

From what to watch to where to go, Channel24 has your weekend entertainment sorted.

See here.

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Read more on:    npa  |  transnet  |  jacob zuma  |  gupta family  |  nkosazana dlamini zuma  |  gupta leaks

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