'I'm no hero,' says Alberton woman who rammed her car into armed hijackers in her driveway, a man taking pics causes panic near Cape Town school amid abduction fears, and why a policy expert says SA's current phase of chaos is 'normal'.
Here are today’s top stories:
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has dropped its litigation against investigative journalist Jacques Pauw, after initially charging that he published confidential information in his book The President's Keepers.
A tearful Grace Mugabe has reportedly declared a renewed friendship with President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a few days after the president charted her a plane from Qatar.
Former Springbok wing Ashwin Willemse was reportedly taken aback by the announcement that his contract with SuperSport had expired.
As child abduction fears heighten, a group of Cape Town primary school pupils fled in panic on Friday, apparently to escape a motorist who had stopped to take photographs of them while they were on their way to school.
The 42-year-old woman from Alberton who rammed her vehicle into a gang of hijackers in her driveway says she's no hero.
On Thursday EFF leader Julius Malema and Cassper Nyovest were at the centre of vigorous debate around intellectual property ownership and trademarks on Twitter.
South Africa is currently in a period of chaos – a normal phase to go through after years of neglect, corruption and weak leadership. This is the view of policy specialist Theo Venter of the North West University School of Business and Governance.
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