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  • Legal bid: The Labour Court struck Eskom’s chief executive Tshediso Matona’s application off the roll without an order, leaving it to the CCMA to make a conclusive determination on whether Matona’s suspension was fair. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Hendri Pelser

  • Students at the University of Kwazulu-Natal have defaced another colonial statue. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Facebook

  • Sbu-Faya: DJ Sbu and Forbes Africa magazine have come to an “amicable agreement” regarding the fake cover that went viral this week. Click on the pic to read the agreement.

  • Knives out: The gauntlet has been thrown down by ANC members who say they have had enough ofyears of alleged rigging and irregularities to keep Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza in power. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Bucs Viljoen/Foto24

  • Hospitalised: South African journalist Lara Logan has been readmitted to hospital, reportedly for complications stemming from when she was sexually assaulted by a mob while covering Egypt’s political uprising in 2011. Click on the pic for more.

  • Doomed: More black students are enrolling in South Africa’s universities, but the drop-out rates for university and high school students are still alarmingly high. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • ‘Censored’: National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete wants Parliament to receive a sanitised version of the latest report on the Nkandla security upgrades. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Battered? Sindisiwe Manqele will rely on a series of messages from Flabba to back her self-defence claim. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • ‘Oh government, won’t you buy me a Mercedes-Benz’: South Africa’s traditional leaders want cars, spousal benefits and fully furnished houses with washing machines and dishwashers. Click on the pic for the full story. 

  • No confidence: The Eskom board wants its chairperson, Zola Tsotsi, out. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Lucky Nxumalo/City Press


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