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Cape Town - Dumped 3-day-old baby rescued, Springbok legend Juan Smith retires, massive data leak engulfs SA and another attempted hit on suspected gang leader Jerome 'Donkie' Booysen.

Here is a list of top stories featured on News24:

EXCLUSIVE: New SABC board chair shrugs off 'exaggerated' Zuma links

New SABC board chairperson Bongumusa Makhathini has shrugged off what he terms 'exaggerated' perceptions of political links to President Jacob Zuma.

Paul Herman filed this report

Sisulu: 'I didn't question Mantashe's struggle credentials'

ANC presidential hopeful Lindiwe Sisulu has responded to comments of party leaders Gwede Mantashe and Jackson Mthembu following a spat that played itself out in the media.

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Cape Town airport shooting another attempted hit on suspected gang leader Jerome 'Donkie' Booysen

Suspected Sexy Boys gang leader Jerome "Donkie" Booysen has been shot at, according to sources - the third time he has been the target of a shooting this year.

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Dare not Linger: 'New' Mandela memoir offers unique insights

If there was ever an anticipated book to hit the shelves, it is former president Nelson Mandela’s second memoir, Dare not Linger. Mandla Langa, who completed the book after Madiba's death, speaks to Alet Janse van Rensburg about it.

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                                                            Lucky Dube. (Gallo)

Soweto school guard accused of sexual assault hears girls are traumatised

A security guard who allegedly sexually assaulted at least 87 school girls at a Soweto primary school heard that the case was set to move slowly as some of the victims were really traumatised.

The short, elderly man, appeared briefly at the Protea Magistrate's Court in Soweto, where he was told that his bail application was not ready to be heard.

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Massive data leak could be from a credit bureau

The sensitive private information of 30 million South Africans, contained in a massive data breach, appears to have been hacked from a credit bureau.

This is according to Australian Microsoft regional director, Tory Hunt, who exposed the leak on Twitter on Tuesday.

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