#News24 ICYMI: AfriForum takes aim at Malema's security boss, Eskom warns of high load shedding risk; and Your weekend movie guide

News24 digs deeper into the destruction of Cape Town's burning trains, Vinod Hindocha reacts to Shrien Dewani’s new relationship, and Zimbabwe's elections results is described by the opposition as "fraudulent, illegal and illegitimate".

Here is a wrap of some of Friday's popular stories:

Cape Town's burning trains: Here's what could be behind the destruction

Only one arrest has been made in connection with the latest incidents of suspected sabotage as police continue to investigate the motive amid a lot of speculation.

'Why did he get married if he knew he was gay?' - Vinod Hindocha reacts to Shrien Dewani’s new relationship

Anni Hindocha's father Vinod Hindocha says Shrien Dewani is a liar after his relationship with a man came to light, four years after he was cleared by a South African court of murdering his bride during their honeymoon.

Your weekend movie guide: 5 new flicks to watch in SA cinemas

Take a trip down memory lane and the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh this weekend.

AfriForum lays complaint against Malema's security boss

AfriForum wants PSiRA to investigate Adriaan Snyman's actions and involvement in an incident where EFF leader Julius Malema allegedly fired an assault rifle in a public space.

Exclusive interview: Thinus Delport chats to Sport24

Former Springbok fullback Thinus Delport talks about the Boks and previews the Super Rugby final.

Thinus Delport. (Gallo Images)

'High risk' of load shedding for next 30 days - Eskom

There will be a high risk of load shedding until September, Eskom has said, as recovery teams start to get to work fixing damage the power utility says was caused by strikes.

SA man 'kidnapped' in Mozambique found alive

A South African man who was allegedly shot and kidnapped in Mozambique has been located in a rural hospital in that country.

WATCH: Bloody scenes where Jerome 'Donkie' Booysen was shot

A video showing the bloody aftermath of the shooting during which the alleged leader of the Sexy Boys gang, Jerome "Donkie" Booysen, was wounded has surfaced on social media.

OVERVIEW: Zimbabwe election result 'fraudulent, illegal, illegitimate', says opposition chief

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says his party will be challenging a number of election results after the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission declared Emmerson Mnangagwa the winner of the country's elections.

Trollip's job on the line, again

Opposition parties want council to table at least six motions, including removing Athol Trollip, speaker Jonathan Lawack and DA chief whip Werner Senekal.

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