Best of City Press: Justice against Zuma ‘unlikely’, R200m in taxpayers’ money wasted and Baleka rejects Zuma claims: City Press headlines this week explored what repercussions, if any, President Jacob Zuma faces in the “spy tapes” saga, how R200m was wasted through bungled tender processes and Baleka Mbete rejecting claims she protects Zuma.
Paige to leave Bulls for Lions – report: Springbok scrumhalf Rudy Paige is reportedly set to leave the Bulls to join the Lions.
MEC Lesufi to visit another school to probe new rape allegation: Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is expected to visit a secondary school in Mamelodi East, Pretoria, where pupil was allegedly raped by a scholar patroller.
Dependable Ndungane quietly slips out of rugby scene: When he took the phone call for this interview, Odwa Ndungane was in the process of cleaning up the mess caused by the storm which ripped through Durban.
When Boks were on top of the world: Friday, October 20, marks 10 years since the Springboks won the 2007 World Cup by beating defending champions England 15-6.
Gibson won’t learn much from series – Jennings: Ray Jennings doesn’t expect new Proteas coach Ottis Gibson to learn much about his team from the series against Bangladesh.
Limping Chiefs on the back foot: Victories for Chiefs against Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates could save Steve Khompela’s job and their league campaign.
Young guns add bang: It has been a long time since the Soweto derby unleashed any youngsters, but that could change on Saturday, writes Timothy Molobi.
Soweto derby nothing much to look forward to: The Soweto derby is not much to look forward to, but if there is a time for supporters to stand up and rally behind their teams, this would be it, writes Timothy Molobi.
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