#News24 ICYMI: K-word holidaymaker banned from kids' school; Ramaphosa answers questions in Parliament; and Bok find: So is he ‘Aphiwe Habana’?
A dad who allegedly kidnapped his son was denied bail; the Auditor General found that SARS in 2017 flouted the Income Tax Act; and Robin Thicke and his girlfriend April Love Geary are expecting their second child together.
Here are today’s top stories:
The Auditor General found that the SA Revenue Service in 2017 flouted the Income Tax Act by overstating its compliance figures in public documents.
You can always trust Bryan Habana to put a suitably astute, measured perspective on things. A follower of the Springbok legend, who commands a Twitter audience of not far off half a million, almost inevitably used the medium at the weekend to trumpet - as Aphiwe Dyantyi sparkled anew for the Springboks against Argentina in Durban - that he was the “next Habana”.
K-word holidaymaker banned from setting foot at his kids' school
Racist beachgoer Adam Catzavelos, who filmed himself boasting about being on a Greek beach where there wasn't a single black person, has been told by his sons' school that he is not welcome there until further notice.
OPINION: Springboks will beat All Blacks at Loftus!
One round into the Rugby Championship and I remain as convinced as I was in June that the Springboks can beat the All Blacks and win the competition.
South Africa’s unemployment rate is on the "high side", but President Cyril Ramaphosa has said government is working to draw investment that will fuel growth and ultimately create much-needed jobs.
South Africans on Twitter are mocking racist beachgoer Adam Catzavelos after he filmed himself boasting about being on a Greek beach where there isn't a single black person.
Robin Thicke and his girlfriend, April Love Geary are expecting their second child together.
It’s been nine months since the abduction of little Liam Nortjé, allegedly by his own father. And there’s no sign or clues as to where the child is.
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