Cape Town is looking to expand its halaal tourism sector in the next 15 years, avocados are no longer considered vegan, and Kanye West gifted the Ugandan president a pair of sneakers.Scroll through some of our top stories for the day:VBS, Jacob Zuma and the 'sham' Nkandla bond he couldn't affordScandal-ridden VBS Mutual Bank gifted former president Jacob Zuma an R8.5m bond which he could not afford, and at least nine months before any documents were signed to give the bank security over the loan.'Krugersdorp Killers': Youngest accused was a top student, court hearsMarcel Steyn was a "diligent student" who had a promising future, her brother Le Roux Steyn has told a High Court during the continuation of the so-called “Krugersdorp Killers" trial.KZN mosque attack: 'They have committed heinous crimes' - chairpersonSouth Africans should oppose bail for 19 people accused of the fatal attack at a KwaZulu-Natal Shia mosque and the placement of several explosive devices at Durban shopping centres, says the chairperson of the Imam Hussain Mosque Azad Seedat.CSA confirms AB de Villiers for Mzansi Super LeagueCricket South Africa (CSA) has announced that AB de Villiers will take part in this year's Mzansi Super League.WATCH: Thieves caught on camera making off with stolen goodsResidents of the Sophiatown Neighbourhood Watch believe they recognise the four suspects who were caught on camera loading stolen goods into a blue VW Golf. WATCH: Royal baby news brings a new line of succession to the throneWith another royal baby on the way, we take a look at the new line of succession to the throne.PICS: Kanye West meets Uganda's president, gifts pair of sneakersKanye West has met with Uganda's president during a visit to the east African nation and given the 74-year-old leader a pair of white sneakers.Avocados no longer vegan? We’re shookIt seems that vegan food options have been diminished because of migratory beekeeping. Ouch.Cape Town, Western Cape to enhance multi-billion halaal tourism sectorMuslim tourists are likely to wield major spending power in the next 15 years, says Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille - so Cape Town and the Western Cape plan to reposition as specialist tourist destinations for Islamic followers.Trauma and the unhealed scars of South AfricaFor many young people, the past is the present and can never be forgotten until fully addressed. How then can we have a socially cohesive society when we continue to ignore issues of redress, writes Wandile Ngcaweni.*Would you like to subscribe to News24's Newsletters and get a wrap of the day's news? If so, click here.