What’s in City Press: Truck burning: the Zuma link : Security panic over possible Zuma jailing : Kaya FM is an unhealthy working environment | City Press

What's in City Press: Truck burning: the Zuma link : Security panic over possible Zuma jailing : Kaya FM is an unhealthy working environment | City Press

What's in City Press: Truck burning: the Zuma link : Security panic over possible Zuma jailing : Kaya FM is an unhealthy working environment | City Press

Truck burning: the Zuma link

A confidential report has named xenophobic supporters of former president Jacob Zuma as instigators of the truck torchings in a number of provinces this week.

 Security panic over possible Zuma jailing

The South African security cluster has been pushed into action following the midweek Constitutional Court judgment on the case involving former president Jacob Zuma.

Kaya FM is an unhealthy working environment

City Press can reveal that outspoken radio presenter Dineo Ranaka said that Kaya FM was not really a healthy working space.

Still no closure for Costa Titch’s mother

Four months after her son’s untimely death, Lara Langeveld still does not know what happened to him on March 11, the evening Costa Titch passed away.

DJ Sbu’s R2m tax bill

Award-winning musician, radio presenter and entrepreneur Sibusiso “DJ Sbu” Leope faces financial ruin as the SA Revenue Services demands almost R2 million in unpaid tax for one of his businesses.

Gungubele demands answers for IT tender irregularities

Parliament’s portfolio committee on communications and digital technologies has called for Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele to account for the decision of the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) to award R1.2bn tender to undeserving companies in the Western Cape.

DA must commit to not working with ANC

“We don’t want to be part of a group of political parties that campaign for change, only to go and govern with the ANC after elections” – ActionSA

CR’s bomb squad in the US over Agoa

Last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa quietly sent a high-level delegation, which includes politicians and business people, to the US to ensure that South Africa maintains its preferential trade position with the US government.

 Kings are unhappy about unequal treatment – Mashatile

Among the major problems that Deputy President Paul Mashatile needs to resolve is to clearly define and indicate who is a king, chief and induna in many areas. 

How Unisa management second-guessed its own internal audit

An internal probe in Unisa proposed that criminal charges be instituted against an official after more than R15 million was overpaid to a private company. However, Unisa did not implement its own recommendations.

No rest for the dead (My mom’s tombstone was vandalised)

Thugs, who have no respect for the dead, are accused of stealing unprinted slates from tombstones at the Doornkop Cemetery in Dobsonville, Soweto,  to sell to  manufacturers who make kitchen countertops out of them.

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