Cape Town - Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula responds to news that men were arrested on their way to a funeral, We bring you five new films to watch in local cinemas this weekend and Former All Blacks coach Graham Henry says New Zealand’s domination in rugby is "boring". Scroll though some of News24's leading stories:Spy tapes judgment was not surprising - expertJudgment handed down by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) on Friday in the spy tapes matter was hardly surprising, say legal experts.Read moreYet another Cape Town fire keeps firefighters busyA second fire flared up in Cape Town on Friday - this time a vegetation fire on Signal Hill, close to the CBD - while firefighters were still struggling to bring the Camps Bay blaze under control.Read moreDead man in coffin was a suspect in Cape Town killings - MbalulaThere was nothing wrong about arresting a group of men for the Marikana settlement massacre while they were transporting a body to the Eastern Cape for a funeral, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Friday. Read the full story Pearl Thusi: Film is a medium where we can connectWe caught up with Pearl Thusi as she walked the red carpet on opening night of the Cape Town International Film and Market Festival on Thursday. Read more 5 new films in local cinemas this weekendIt's another action packed weekend at local cinemas. Michael Fassbender is on the hunt for a serial killer snowman while Nicolaj Coster-Waldau turns into a hardcore convict.See here Graham Henry: All Blacks’ domination is boringFormer World Cup-winning All Blacks coach Graham Henry has labelled New Zealand’s domination of world rugby as "boring" for the game.Read here Lions to help drought-stricken Western CapeLions CEO Rudolf Straeuli has offered the union's full support in getting water to the drought-stricken Western Cape.Read more Rights body challenges Eskom’s 19.9% tariff hike bidIf Eskom continues to increase electricity tariffs without meaningful transformation to its operations it is the equivalent of throwing good money after bad, warned the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute (SAFCEI).Read more SABC staff threaten strike, deliver demands in letter to acting CEO Labour unions representing a number of SABC staff have given acting CEO Nomsa Philiso seven days to deliver on a list of 13 demands, or they will go on strike.ReadNyanda: ANC needs to think hard about 'compromised' ZumaThe ANC needs to put deep thought into its decision on whether to continue with President Jacob Zuma at the helm of the party and the country, said ANC veteran Siphiwe Nyanda.Read more Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.