Cape Town – Taxis are back in operation after a strike was called off, Home Affairs DG Mkuseli Apleni has been placed on 'precautionary suspension' and the iconic 50-year-old Rolling Stone magazine is for sale, are some of the stories you may have missed today.7 most embarrassing moments in Bok historyFollowing a dreadful 2016, which included a 57-15 drubbing at home against the All Blacks as well as a loss to Italy, Sport24 highlighted the six most embarrassing moments in Springbok history.Read here.'Rogue unit' retraction: 5 questions answeredOn Monday SARS boss Tom Moyane said they would sue KPMG after the auditing firm withdrew the conclusions of its report on the so-called "rogue unit" at SARS. If you are in the dark about the controversy surrounding SARS and the KPMG report, read here.Home Affairs DG placed on 'precautionary suspension'Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize announced that the department’s Director-General Mkuseli Apleni has been placed on precautionary suspension as of Monday.Read more here.Taxis scrambling to get commuters home after strike called offWestern Cape taxi owners say drivers will pull out all the stops to make sure commuters can get home on Monday night, after they called off their strike.Read more here.Marli van Breda asks not to be made available to brother's defence team, court hearsMarli van Breda has indicated to the State that she would not want to be made available to the defence, the Weatern Cape High Court heard on Monday.Read here.Moyane lambastes KPMG, SARS to take legal actionThe South African Revenue Service (SARS) will be taking legal action against audit firm KPMG, Commissioner Tom Moyane said on Monday.Read more here.'Zuma's new legal strategy is a gamble'If there is anything that keeps President Jacob Zuma up at night it has to be the possibility of having to go to court to answer to corruption charges.Read more from Ralph Mathekga here.#FindYourEscape: Free SANParks week dates announced for Heritage monthIn celebration of heritage month, South African National Parks (SANParks) kicks off its 12th annual National Parks Week campaign that will afford South Africans free access to the national parks from 18 to 22 September, depending on selected parks. Read more here.School suspends cook seen beating pupil in video clipThe woman seen in a short video clip beating a pupil from a special needs school in a bus has been charged with assault and suspended from by the Johannesburg school.Read here.Rolling Stone magazine is looking for a buyerRolling Stone, the iconic 50-year-old magazine of music and counterculture, is putting itself up for sale amid an increasingly uncertain outlook, its founder said.Read more here.Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.