News24.com | #News24 ICYMI: Zuma‘s money woes leave him short of advocates; AB retires from international cricket; and More than 200 South Africans apply for Australian visa

Ramaphosa to donate half his presidential salary to the new Madiba ‘Thuma Mina‘ Fund, Supra Mahumapelo warns his detractors as he finally bows out as premier, and irregular spend by SA municipalities is up by 75% to R28.

Here are today’s top stories:

Former president Jacob Zuma‘s attorney Michael Hulley has told News24 that he has “terminated” the services of counsel for his upcoming corruption case, pending issues around legal fees.

The stash of more than R1m that was found at a house in Ekurhuleni on Monday was stolen by two Fidelity employees, the company said.

In a shock move, AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from all international cricket with immediate effect.

President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will donate half of his presidential salary this year to a new fund, which is to be launched in honour of the 100th anniversary of former president Nelson Mandela‘s birth.

More than 200 South Africans have applied for Australian humanitarian visas in light of recent comments by the country‘s minister of home affairs.

We asked a few industry heavyweights to share some of the crazy tweets they‘ve received.

Audit outcomes for municipalities have continued to regress, with irregular and fruitless and wasteful expenditure each ballooning more than 70% for the 2016/17 year.

South Africa‘s consumer inflation came out at 4.5% for April, up from 3.8% in March.

The family of a South African woman has been left with more questions than answers after the 25-year-old‘s body was found in a hotel in the Bahamas.

ANC North West Chairperson Supra Mahumapelo has warned his opponents that he will use the “might of the organisation” to deal with what he calls the “counter-revolution” that led to his resignation as premier.

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