#News24 ICYMI: Footage of Thai cave rescue released; Anderson beats Federer in Wimbledon upset; and businessman's kidnappers demand Bitcoin ransom
The Convair CV340 that crashed in Wonderboom was a 'thank you' flight, select Nedbank clients can indeed buy tickets to the Global Citizen Festival and the kidnapped Cape Town businessman is still missing.
Here are today’s top stories:
The 65-year-old Convair CV340 that crashed in Wonderboom, Pretoria on Tuesday afternoon was on a "pleasure flight" and test run, an aviation enthusiast has explained.
Anderson will play either Canada's Milos Raonic or American John Isner in the semi-finals.
The 12 boys rescued from a Thai cave were sedated and passed on stretchers along the twisting, narrow passageways of the Tham Luang complex, a rescuer said on Wednesday as the first footage emerged of an astonishing mission that has captivated the world.Anyone recall what happened the last time SA played a Test?
On April 3, the Proteas ended a successful home 3-1 series win against Australia, but the historic triumph was marred by controversy.
London is the place to be with Wimbledon in full swing. See pics of celebrities cheering on their tennis pro favourites.
The video shows several of the "Wild Boars" football team in hospital, after being rescued from the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand in a three-day operation which ended successfully on Tuesday.
As the manhunt continues for those who kidnapped Cape Town businessman Liyaqat Parker, kidnappers have reportedly demanded a ransom in Bitcoin.Steinhoff shares gain on plan to start debt restructuring deal
Steinhoff International Holdings has started a consent process with creditors to finalise a debt restructuring plan that will support the retailer’s balance sheet for three years and prevent a potential collapse.
The main opposition party has called the voters' roll deeply flawed and the most prominent sign that the election's credibility is at risk.
I write in my capacity as an ordinary member of the EFF (though I might have certain political responsibilities), writes Patrick Sindane an EFF MPL in the Gauteng Legislature.
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