From the Argus to the Cape Times, the Daily Voice and Die Burger, we know that our morning pitstop at a garage, kiosk or our local vendor will have us covered with all things news. Here are the top three stories from your favourite publications that are trending on Tuesday, June 8.
- Unrealistic to jail and fine SA internet users for ‘harmful messages’, says expert
- Political parties are a bit like ‘nothing machines’
- Western Cape human settlements department head Jacqueline Samson steps down
- Activists raise doubt over reliability, safety of Koeberg Power Station
- UCT SRC wants Smuts Hall residence to be renamed to a more ‘suitable name’
- Hamba Kahle Qabane!
- Fiela, Nenna, Shaleen: Meer as n hele bedryf in rou
- Rooibos nou amptelik net n SA produk
- Suid-Afrika binne week in 3de vlaag