Cape Town - Tripartite alliance now 'on brink of disintegration' says SACP on Cabinet reshuffle; Springbok and Bath flank Francois Louw could be slapped with a lengthy ban if found guilty of foul play and ANC candidate councillor was warned not to go out on the day of her murder the Moerane Commission heard.Here are today's top stories.Zuma's reshuffle threatens alliance and govt stability - MantashePresident Jacob Zuma's second reshuffle of his Cabinet without consulting the ANC's top six is likely to deepen fractured relations within the party leadership and further threaten the relationship with the tripartite alliance partners.Read here.EXCLUSIVE: I have the experience, claims new state security ministerNew State Security Minister Bongani Bongo says he is certain that he has the experience to run the State Security Agency, despite his background primarily as an advocate.Watch the exclusive interview here.Tripartite alliance now 'on brink of disintegration' - SACP on reshuffleThe SA Communist Party (SACP) has lashed out at President Jacob Zuma's latest Cabinet reshuffle calling it an attack on the tripartite alliance.Read more here and follow live updates here.Duduzane Zuma to be prosecuted by Gerrie NelPresident Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma will be the first person to be hauled before AfriForum's private prosecuting unit, the union has announced.Read here.Zuma appoints new SABC boardPresident Jacob Zuma has appointed the members of a new board for the SA Broadcasting Corporation. See the full list of board members here.SOE irregular spend: Here are the three worst offendersAuditor-general Kimi Makwetu says Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), the South African Post Office (SAPO) and the SABC were the top contributors to irregular expenditure by state-owned enterprises (SOEs).Read more here.Bok flank cited for alleged eye gougingSpringbok and Bath flank Francois Louw could be slapped with a lengthy ban if found guilty of foul play.Sport24 has more here.Why Zuma reshuffled his Cabinet - AGAINDesperation to push through the R1-trillion nuclear deal and gatvolness with SACP leader Blade Nzimande’s criticism of his leadership ahead of the ANC’s elective conference are probably the main reasons behind President Jacob Zuma’s most recent Cabinet reshuffle.Read more from Adriaan Basson here.INFOGRAPHIC: Zuma's reshuffled CabinetPresident Jacob Zuma has announced changes to his national executive. See which ministers have assumed new roles.See here.ANC candidate councillor warned not to go out on the day of her murder - Moerane Commission hearsAn ANC candidate councillor from the Ukhahlamba Region in Ladysmith was shot with a high caliber rifle in broad day light on Mandela Day while on her way to distribute blankets at a local stadium, the Moerane Commission has heard. 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.