#News24 ICYMI: Sanral, RAF may grind to a halt - report; Goosen to be inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame; and Shivambu's brother received R16m from VBS

Retief Goosen (Getty Images)
Retief Goosen (Getty Images)

An explosive report into VBS Mutual Bank reveals large-scale 'looting', Why Gigaba visited the Guptas, and Witness details how she first met rape accused Omotoso.

Here are today’s top stories:

Floyd Shivambu's brother received R16m from VBS

Brian Shivambu, the brother of EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu, received R16m from the now collapsed VBS Mutual Bank.

Hawks meet Sunday Times editor, both mum on nature of visit

The Hawks paid a visit to the Sunday Times' Johannesburg office but it is not yet clear what the visit was about or whether the publication is under investigation.

Explosive report into VBS Mutual Bank reveals large-scale 'looting'

A final investigation report into large-scale fraud at VBS Mutual Bank has recommended that more than 50 individuals be criminally charged and held liable in civil proceedings, following the bank's implosion earlier this year.

Goosen set to be inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame

Two-time major champion Retief Goosen will be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame next year.

Sanral, RAF may grind to a halt - AG report

The Auditor General has expressed "significant doubt" that the operations at the SA National Roads Agency and the Road Accident Fund (RAF) can continue in future.

This is what the R2 billion Jewel City development on the seedier side of Joburg’s CBD will look like

Property developers Divercity will spend R2 billion to redevelop six blocks of Johannesburg’s CBD and the iconic Absa towers main building.

Why Gigaba visited the Guptas

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba visited the Guptas for "social cohesion reasons", but denies they had any sway over him.

Witness details how she first met rape accused Omotoso

Cheryl Zondi, 22, who has granted permission to be identified, has accused the pastor of molesting her from the age of 14.

Bodies of 2 kids found blindfolded in shallow grave identified as missing brother and sister

A passerby discovered the bodies - buried in a single shallow grave - behind Slovoville cemetery in Soweto.

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