#News24 ICYMI: The 3 firefighters who died in Joburg blaze; Extreme wintery weather conditions expected; Die Antwoord responds to Eminem after he disses them in new track
Jacques Pauw slams authors of book alleging apartheid ministers' involvement in paedophilia ring, Ashwin Willemse won't be back on SuperSport, and 'I want to create billionaires,' says Mnangagwa.
Here are today’s top stories:
Journalist and author Jacques Pauw has slammed Mark Minnie and Chris Steyn, authors of the controversial book, The Lost Boys of Bird Island, for sloppy police work and failing to disclose crucial information in the book.
Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, was subjected to unlawful arrest when he arrived in South Africa for his culpable homicide case, the commission of inquiry into state capture heard on Thursday.
The names of the three firefighters who lost their lives in a blaze at the Bank of Lisbon building in Johannesburg have been released on Wednesday.
SuperSport have confirmed that Ashwin Willemse will not be back on television now that his contract with the company has expired.
Gauteng Infrastructure and Development MEC Jacob Mamabolo says he is willing to take the blame for the building fire in Johannesburg on Wednesday, in which three firefighters died, if an investigation finds him guilty.
Zimbabwe’s newly re-elected President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly pledged to create billionaires through funds brought in by foreign investments.
Eminem’s Kamikaze album – which was released last week - was filled with shoutouts both negative and positive.
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