From a teacher who impregnated five learners to Cyril Ramaphosa slamming claims that he sold out his fellow struggle comrades - here are today's top stories.
So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at four of the top stories that made the front pages of SA newspapers.
1. Teacher made five pupils pregnant
According to the Daily Sun, a high school teacher have been accused of impregnating five grade nine learners.
“Sometimes he buys the children a bunny chow in class. He tells the kids he has money and he is rich. He tells them he will maintain their babies if they fall pregnant,” said one of the parents.
2. Loadshedding: The worst is potentially over
This past week stage three and four loadshedding schedules plagued South Africans. However, according to Die Burger, the worst is likely over, with no loadshedding scheduled for Friday, thus far.
3. Cyril: I'm No Sellout
President Cyril Ramaphosa has fired back at COPE's Mosiuoa Lekota, who claimed that Ramaphosa sold out his struggle colleagues to apartheid police in the 1970s.
4. President Cyril Ramaphosa: I never sold out
Joining the Citizen, the Sowetan's headline also featured President Cyril Ramaphosa, who slammed claims that he sold out.