#News24 ICYMI: Zimbabwe on edge; Brian Molefe's R57k army salary; and Minnie Dlamini goes shirtless!

2017-11-20 18:07
A prayer service at Africa Unity Square in Zimbabwe. (News24 team)

A prayer service at Africa Unity Square in Zimbabwe. (News24 team)

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Cape Town - The situation in Zimbabwe remains precarious as Robert Mugabe stays in power, Chad le Clos enjoys crowning glory in Singapore and more on Life Esidimeni.  

Here is a roundup of some of our top stories:

'Unworried' Mugabe was busy 'munching mealies as Zimbabweans protested against him'

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was reportedly not bothered by the recent demonstrations calling for him to step down. His spokesperson says he was busy enjoying mealies.

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Mugabe impeachment: Zanu-PF MPs summoned

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has reportedly summoned its members of parliament "as the former liberation movement moved to trigger a process to impeach beleaguered President Robert Mugabe".

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Students refuse to write exams until Mugabe steps down

University of Zimbabwe students have vowed not to write examinations until President Robert Mugabe quits.

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Regional geopolitics could pave the way for change in SA

Should the bloodless coup in Zimbabwe succeed, could this embolden the anti-Zuma faction inside the ANC to take more decisive action, asks Nontsikelelo Mpulo.

Read the column here

Brian Molefe's remuneration above board - SANDF

Brian Molefe is regarded as a reserve force member and is remunerated accordingly, the SANDF has said following reports that it had been paying Molefe R57 000 per month since August.

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Life Esidimeni: Manamela's late application for postponement dismissed

Justice Dikgang Moseneke has dismissed an application by Gauteng Director of Mental Health Dr Mmakgabo Manamela to postpone her giving testimony at the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearings.

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Le Clos enjoys crowning glory in Singapore

Chad le Clo and Sarah Sjostrom from Sweden collected winners’ cheques for $150 000 as they were crowned series champions at the Fina/airweave Swimming World Cup in Singapore.

Sport24 has the full story

                                                          Chad le Clos (Getty)

Minnie Dlamini goes shirtless on the cover of True Love

The local presenter and newlywed looks hot AF on the cover of the monthly mag.

Find out more on Channel24

The ANC is in an untenable political crisis, Zuma must step down – stalwarts

ANC stalwarts and veterans have once again called for President Jacob Zuma to step down with immediate effect.

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Could 'good water saving' by Capetonians result in them paying more?

The City of Cape Town is considering introducing a water levy to be paid by consumers because 'good water saving by residents' has negatively affected its revenue, Mayor Patricia de Lille has said.

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