Over 20 people have been injured in two separate taxi accidents in Pietermaritzburg, Former president Jacob Zuma wishes South Africans a wonderful Christmas; and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth and other royal family members for the Christmas morning service at Sandringham Church.Have a look at some of our top stories for the day:Australia recall Marsh for Boxing Day India TestAustralia have dropped Peter Handscomb and recalled all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for the third Test against India starting in Melbourne on Wednesday.Mangaung employee found murdered in the boot of her carA missing persons case has now turned into a murder investigation after a Mangaung Municipality employee was found dead in the boot of her car on Monday.Free State transport MEC 'shocked' after more than 100 die on province's roadsThe Free State MEC for Health, Montseng Tsiu, expressed shock during her interview with SABC at the rapidly increasing number of fatal road crashes in the province.A NASA probe is going to visit Ultima Thule, the farthest object humanity has ever tried to reach, on New Year's DayNASA scientists are about to make history by flying a probe past a mysterious, mountain-size object beyond the orbit of Pluto.28 people injured in two separate taxi accidents in KZNOver 20 people were injured in two separate taxi accidents in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal on Monday afternoon.WATCH: Christmas is like a thunderstorm, we all go through it - Jacob Zuma's festive wishFormer president Jacob Zuma is becoming a regular on Twitter, posting a Christmas message to the nation on Tuesday morning. Merry Christmas to you and yours. pic.twitter.com/aHMSpqa5RH— Jacob G Zuma (@PresJGZuma) December 25, 2018 Former Gauteng MEC Khabisi Mosunkutu dies on Christmas EveFormer Gauteng MEC for transport and senior ANC member Khabisi Mosunkutu died on Monday evening.Just press play on this Christmas playlist of 25 songs and sing your heart outThe holiday season is one of the best times of the year to let your hair down and singalong to some pretty festive tunes. PICS: The royal 'fab four' are all smiles at annual Christmas church serviceThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth and other royal family members for the Christmas morning service at Sandringham Church.Here’s what the queen will be eating for Christmas – and it sounds so delicious!For the millions of people around the world who celebrate Christmas, the event is just as much about family as it’s about the delicious treats eaten the day.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.