Morning News Headlines

President Jacob Zuma’s lawyers are sticking to their guns in saying that the embattled leader is the victim of a political conspiracy when he was charged with corruption in relation to the Arms Deal. – M&G

The woman accused of kidnapping Zephany Nurse maintains that she was handed the baby at a train station in 1997. – IOL

Tonight is #SuperTuesday in the U.S. which is the night in which the Super Delegates of the main political parties vote for their preferred candidates who’ll partake in the race for the presidency. Hillary Clinton is expected to sweep the Democrat vote whilst Donald Trump is widely expected to win the Republican nomination. – TimesLive

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s lawyers are confident that her application in the Johannesburg High Court will be successful. Madikizela-Mandela was left out of late president Nelson Mandela’s last will and testament which left his family homestead in Qunu to his family members, – IOL

The Institute for Race Relations has released the findings of a study it conducted which found that 76.2 percent of respondents believe that racism in South Africa has either remained the same or has improved. – The Citizen

The PSL has come out strongly against acts of hooliganism at match venues by certain factions of fans. – sports24