#News24 ICYMI: SuperSport rugby commentator fighting for his life; Silas Ramaite appointed as acting NPA head; and Tourists find a silver lining in midst of Turkish lira crash
Police say an apparent suicide note has been found at scene of Mark Minnie's death, 'Land expropriation list released by AfriForum is legitimate' – IRR, and Chris Tucker calls South Africa his second home.
Here are today’s top stories:
President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Dr Silas Ramaite as Acting National Director of Public Prosecutions.
Police have found what appears to be a suicide note at the scene where Mark Minnie's body was discovered.
Former Lions hooker and current SuperSport rugby commentator, Ethienne Reynecke, is in a critical condition in hospital due to a blood clot on the brain.
Analysts at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) believe that a list said to contain the names of farms that are to be targeted for land expropriation without compensation is "legitimate".
Convicted axe murderer Henri van Breda, 23, faces his whole life in jail "based only on circumstantial evidence", the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.
A Lutzville farmer has been found guilty of murdering a farmworker by beating him with a spade, dragging him with a quadbike, and then burying him behind his father's smallholding three years ago.
Most South Africans will probably agree that Cyril Ramaphosa is presently the only ANC politician qualified to be the country’s president, writes Max du Preez.
Channel24 spoke to Rush Hour's Detective James Carter, Chris Tucker, ahead of his South African stand-up comedy tour later this year.
Travel firms have seen a sharp increase in bookings for Turkish holidays as tourists look to make the most of a cheap lira. For rand-strapped South African travellers - this is good news.
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