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  • Finger pointing: Members of Parliament were warned to desist from making hand gestures after Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu was caught gesturing with her middle finger. Click on the pic for more. Picture: Elmond Jiynar/GCIS  

  • Artwork? Michael Elion’s controversial Mandela sunglasses sculpture on Sea Point promenade in Cape Town has been defaced. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Mads Nørgaard

  • Furious: SABC board chair Ellen Tshabalala has angrily responded to a report that alleged that she had an affair with President Jacob Zuma. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Andrew Mthimkhulu/Foto24

  • Things fall apart: The EFF and the DA have vowed to embark on a mass programme of action against President Zuma and National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Lerato Maduna/Foto24

  • A-level education: A township school on Joburg’s East Rand is administering one of the world’s most prestigious and rigorous academic qualifications – for just R200 a month. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Elizabeth Sejake/City Press

  • Profit pie: Inside those World Cup stadium cartel meetings – how bid rigging happened. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Lessons? It’s been more than two years since Marikana, and Ferial Haffajee wonders exactly what Lonmin has learned. Click on the pic to read her column. Picture: Lucky Nxumalo/City Press

  • Suffering from a hangover? We tell you which cures work – and some will surprise you. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Having ‘the talk’: How should you talk to your kids about sex? Resident #Trending sex coach Jade Zwane offers some suggestions. Click on the pic for her advice.

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If the president obeyed the rules of Parliament and came here to answer oral questions, it would not have happened.
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