Tuesday's top stories - in one bite

2016-07-26 20:40

Cape Town – Weather around SA has been unsettled with dangerous flooding and even a tornado seen in Gauteng.

READ: KZN flooding death toll rises to 2 as woman's body found

PICS: Weather plays havoc in SA

Number One’s payment of R7.8m has been approved by the Constitution Court, even though total upgrades to the Nkandla homestead cost R246m.

READ: ConCourt approves R7.8m Zuma must pay for Nkandla

The SABC has been embarrassed by the Labour Court’s decision to re-instate the fired journalists. While hullaballoo may get you attention, it’s not bigger than the court’s gavel.

READ: It wasn't cold outside the SABC, says journalist after court victory

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has taken a thinly veiled shot at SAA board chair Dudu Myeni by calling for the dissolution of the board as the airline delays its annual report.

READ: SAA requires a whole new board – Gordhan

Cricket South Africa has confirmed that a quota system will be introduced for the national team.

READ: Quotas to be introduced for Proteas

After weeks of rumours and speculation, Pearl finally confirmed that she had landed a role in the second season of the popular TV show, Quantico.

READ: Pearl Thusi talks to us from the set of American TV show

And finally, family and mourners have gathered to mourn the death of SA race driver and sportsman, Gugu Zulu who died while attempting to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.

READ: Kyalami remembers Gugu Zulu

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