Details emerge about how Bosasa frustrated a Special Investigating Unit investigation, a mother is believed to have bought her children a chocolate before killing them in the back seat of her car and Lerato Kganyago says co-hosting with Bonang Matheba was her ‘darkest moment’ in radio. Here is a wrap of some of our most-read stories of the day: Bosasa destroyed 40 000 documents to stymie SIU probe - AgrizziBosasa deleted 40 000 documents implicating the company and its executives in corruption from its servers days before investigators from the Special Investigating Unit could access them, according to Angelo Agrizzi.WATCH: KZN man arrested after threatening to kill office workers with bombA KwaZulu-Natal man who threatened to kill office workers with a bomb has been arrested, police said.Zimbabwean musician Oliver Mtukudzi diesZimbabwean musician Oliver Mtukudzi has died, 66, his South African booking agent, Kevin Staurt, confirmed to The Juice.'It is not new' - Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he received R1m from Bosasa for legal feesFormer SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng said facilities company Bosasa paid about R1m towards his legal fees. FEET UP: Watch these fun to funny clips of Channing Tatum twerking, Santa stumbling off a boat; and Zuma's Twitter debut'Ho, ho, whoooa!' - Here is a selection of some of our best watched local and international videos to lift your mood.'Ferial Haffajee: Can Ramaphosa manage R1.2trn investment and expropriation without compensation?The ANC election manifesto is like the biriyani of political documents - a mix of many things.Percy Tau completes BCom degreeBafana Bafana star Percy Tau has confirmed that he will graduate from the University of South Africa with a BCom degree.????#??2??2?? #??1??9?????? pic.twitter.com/hscgwdjg8A— Percy Tau (@percymuzitau22) January 23, 2019Mom bought her children a chocolate bar before 'strangling them to death'Elena Karimova is alleged to have strangled her children in the back seat of her car before burning their bodies. André Hanekom, SA man held in Mozambique, dies in custodyAndré Hanekom, 61, the South African man who was held in Mozambique since August last year, has died in custody in Pemba in that country.Wife of SA man killed by landmine unsure if there's anything left of him to buryThe wife of one of the South Africans killed in a landmine accident in Maa'rib in Yemen said she was unsure whether there was anything left of her husband to bury. Lerato Kganyago says co-hosting with Bonang was her ‘darkest moment’ in radioRadio host and presenter Lerato Kganyago recently revealed her ‘darkest moment’ in radio – and it’s a moment we all remember all too well.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.