Top stories: Robbery, Rovers and robust Tutu

2016-09-14 20:42

Cape Town - Leah Tutu is overjoyed that her hubby is home and EFF leader Julius Malema suggests political interference in the ransacking of Mabel Jansen’s home after his name is specifically mentioned during the robbery.

A sigh of relief as The Arch is back home after surgery for a recurring infection.

READ: Tutu back home after surgery


Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.


The “Julius Malema file” is apparently the reason behind the ransacking of suspended judge Mabel Jansen's home.

READ: EXCLUSIVE: Jansen house robbers wanted 'Malema file'


Suspended High Court judge Mabel Jansen's Pretoria home.


Lewis Stores will have to reimburse pensioners and self-employed consumers for premiums, after the National Consumer Tribunal found the store guilty of infringing the National Credit Act.

READ: Lewis faces fine for breaching National Credit Act


Lewis Group announced it is refunding R44.1m to a group of its customers.


A columnist for a New Zealand publication has had a full go at the Springboks ahead of Saturday's Rugby Championship clash against the All Blacks.

READ: Boks 'couldn't close down a tackle bag'


Springbok captain Adriaan Strauss.


The forecast for the South African vehicle market is rather bleak.

READ: They sold how many?! SA's best-selling luxury SUVs


Best selling luxury SUVs.






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