What's in the M&G tomorrow
The top stories to look out for in Friday's newspaper.



Zuma to fight ‘two presidents’ attempt on NPA head
President Jacob Zuma will oppose efforts to confirm a high court order that would remove National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams.


DA wants Zuma's state capture inquiry terms by Friday
DA federal executive chairperson James Selfe on Thursday said that Zuma now needs to clarify the scope of the probe.

M&G Africa

Southern Africa’s human rights problem
Basic rights are under severe threat in the region, says Human Rights Watch


Researchers warn 'purified' Cape Town sea water will be contaminated
Academics warn that the desalination plants could leave Capetonians with a foul taste in their mouths


Thousands of schoolgoers left stranded
Stubborn parents and migration have seen thousands of students without schools at the beginning of the school year


SARB stalls cuts in rates
“The challenge for government will be to find ways to finance the deficit in a growth-positive manner"


'What's that shot?' Brazilian buzz rubs some the wrong way
It's the latest rage: Brazilians fake being shot and fall to the ground, or into swimming pools or ponds, then get up smiling and start to dance.


Forced abortions: A new frontier in the war on women's bodies?
Partners and families allegedly drugged women and in some cases even physically restrained them as doctors performed the procedure.

Arts & Culture

H&M debacle: My enemy’s enemy is a fighter
The H&M child model, who is black and in an offensive hoodie, is just one example of racism and harassment.


Chinese fans round on 'rat' Tevez after holiday joke
The 33-year-old struggled for form and fitness during a disastrous stint in China, where he was among the best-paid players in the world.

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