#News24 ICYMI: Farmers panic after AfriForum’s list of apparent farm targets; Why the rand is being dragged down; and 10 things to know about the Concourt’s judgment on Abrahams

Gunmen kill suspect during Eastern Cape police station attack, Rabada and Ngidi move up in the latest ODI rankings, and Treasury says no bailout has been approved for state firms.

Farmers panic after AfriForum publishes list of apparent expropriation targets

Farm owners are concerned that they could become the next land invasion victims after the names of their farms were included on a list of possible land expropriation targets.

Gunmen kill suspect during Eastern Cape police station attack

National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole has initiated a 72-hour-action plan after four balaclava-clad gunmen walked into an Eastern Cape police station and held officers at gunpoint as they killed a man in police custody.

Treasury says no bailout approved for state firms

National Treasury denied that the government has approved a bailout package of R59bn for state-owned companies.

The ConCourt's Abrahams judgment: 10 things you need to know

The Constitutional Court on Monday dealt a devastating blow to former president Jacob Zuma, national director of public prosecutions (NDPP) Shaun Abrahams and the National Prosecuting Authority.

Rabada, Ngidi move up in latest ODI rankings

Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has moved up one spot in the latest ICC ODI bowler rankings after his side won the one-day series 3-2 against Sri Lanka.

'Court must dismiss Chamisa's election petition': Zanu-PF lawyers

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF lawyers have reportedly claimed that the country's main opposition party missed the deadline to submit its petition over the country's recently held elections.

WATCH: Transgender teen spends thousands on surgery to look like Kim Kardashian

A transgender teenager who modelled herself on Kim Kardashian has spent almost GBP15 000 (R276k) on her new look.

Long way to restoring integrity of NPA - legal experts

The Constitutional Court's judgment that Shaun Abrahams should vacate the office of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is a scathing reflection of former president Jacob Zuma's decision-making and the first step towards restoring the integrity of the national prosecutor, legal experts say.

This is why Turkey is in meltdown – and why it is dragging the rand down with it

When global investors get nervous, they dump anything deemed even faintly risky, particularly emerging market shares, bonds, and currencies.

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