#News24 ICYMI: Zuma risks jail over Gadaffi's 'missing millions', rush for free booze as truck loses load; and Miss SA mayhem

2019-04-09 18:50
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SA's land reform process is going to be done in terms of the Constitution, says President Cyril Ramaphosa, an ex-coach believes South Africa's Super Rugby players are not mentally strong enough and Channel24 interviews singing sensation Patricia Lewis.

Here is a selection of our top stories of the day:

If the Gaddafi-cash allegations are true, Zuma could face US sanctions – and much worse

If allegations about his involvement in stolen Libyan assets are true, Jacob Zuma could be added to the US sanctions list – and potentially spend the rest of his life in a South African jail, according to a leading legal expert.

'Don't fear reform process', Ramaphosa tells farmers

Farmers shouldn't see themselves as an island, President Cyril Ramaphosa told wine farmers and businessmen when his campaign trail took him to the Beyerskloof wine estate outside Stellenbosch.

ANC integrity committee concludes candidate vetting process

The ANC's integrity committee has concluded the review of its nominated candidates to the National Assembly and provincial legislatures, but it is unclear if any controversial names will be removed from the lists.

Masked gunmen kill Bryanston man in apparent hit

According to witnesses, the man was approached by two masked men as he got out of his vehicle and shot with R4 assault rifles.

Baby girl drowns as mother slips while crossing river

A baby has died after her mother slipped while crossing a river in Umkomaas, 50km south of Durban, paramedic services said on Tuesday.

Court sets aside 2012 decision to fire Bheki Cele as police commissioner

The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria set aside a 2012 decision to fire then national police commissioner Bheki Cele, who is now the minister of police.

Ex-Bok coach: Mental barrier haunting SA players

Former Springbok coach Andre Markgraaff believes South Africa's Super Rugby players are not mentally strong enough.


According to the Miss South Africa Organisation, the annual national beauty pageant will be going ahead, despite 2019 registration delays and the fact that a main sponsor has withdrawn from the competition.

Where is Patricia Lewis? We found her living the quiet life!

Nine years after delivering her swan song during the Supersterre season 3 finale, Patricia is now living a quiet life in Ballito and has delved in the property industry, with her husband Mark Whitfield and son Max.

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