The stories you should not have missed:Oscar sentencing will be appealedRepo rate unchanged at 7%R44-million hypercar crashViacom Africa will censor gay dads in Nickelodeon TV seriesGet a bloody PVR! Tank Lanning rants about late gamesSAA terminates services of BnP CapitalNPA will appeal Oscar Pistorius sentencingThe National Prosecuting Authority will appeal Oscar Pistorius's six-year jail sentence, it was announced on Thursday."The NPA has decided to file an application for leave to appeal," it said in a statement.It said the sentence was "shockingly too lenient".Check it out here. Repo rate unchanged at 7%SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has announced that the Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at 7%.Read the full statement here. R44-million hypercar crash: Koenigsegg explains what went wrongIn a refreshing twist, Swedish automaker Koenigsegg released a report of a Nurburgring crash which saw its One:1 hypercar, worth R44-million, wrecked in a bizarre crash. Viacom Africa will censor gay dads in Nickelodeon TV seriesViacom Africa is "reassuring" DStv subscribers in South Africa and the rest of Africa that it will be censoring the gay parents out of its animated Nickelodeon series, The Loud House, on its DStv channel. According to Viacom, showing gay people on Nickelodeon is not appropriate for its Africa audience.Get the story here.(Photo: Facebook/The Loud House) Get a bloody PVR!A mere seven days after asking for a better match day experience, Tank Lanning is incensed at having to hack to a 19:00 game because of the Kiwi TV audience.Get it here.SAA terminates services of BnP CapitalSouth African Airways (SAA) has taken a decision to terminate the services of BnP Capital as a financial services provider to the airline, the airline announced on Thursday.