Welcome to On Point. It’s the second hour of the show and we welcome our SABC 3 viewers, my name is NS.
I’m AG and this your midday catchup of all your news, business, sports and weather details. Here’s what leads this hour.
As the State Capture Inquiry continues, the former National Director of Public Prosecutions says political interference played a part in decision making at the National Prosecuting Authority.
Proceedings at the trial of the officers charged with covering up the murder of one of the 34 mine-workers killed in August 2012, continues on Wednesday.
We give you the latest from the African Development Bank meetings currently being held Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Our colleague Nzinga Qunta is there.
In your business news, retail sales
And Caster Semenya reigns supreme at the IAAF Diamond Meeting in France.
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