On Monday, 11 February 2019, several stories made headlines - from "My 4-5 loves Vodka" to "Strike looms over Eskom."
So, Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the major stories that made headlines in South Africa's biggest newspapers.
1. My 4-5 loves Vodka
On Monday, the Daily Sun's headline featured a man who apparently uses vodka to hold out in bed.
"It keeps him going, going...and going," the newspaper wrote on its front page.
2. Loadshedding: Eskom to be on the red carpet
Minister Pravin Gordhan is set to meet with Eskom's management within the 'next 24 hours' to discuss steps which would ensure South Africans have security concerning power supply.
Plans to meet with Eskom followed the reinstall of loadshedding on Sunday.
3. Strike looms over Eskom
Trade Unions have threatened to protest President Cyril Ramaphosa's plans to save Eskom. The head of state, with the support of the energy sector, plans to split Eskom into three business units.
However, the unions feel this is the first step to privatising the power utility, which could mean the loss of thousands of jobs.
4. Student's fear
Making front page on the Son Koerant, female students were confronted by trespassers in their hostels.
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