On Monday, 18 February, 2019, several breaking stories made headlines on SA's biggest newspapers.
So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at four stories that made SA newspapers' front pages.
1. S*x claims rock Bushiri's church
At least four women have come forward and accused controversial self-acclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri, of sexual assault.
The Daily Sun reported the #NotInMyNameSA movement said the ladies approached them for help to deal with Major One and other church leaders.
2. Rene was a 'Bok' in her own right
Former Springbok rugby player, Gysie Pienaar, paid tribute to his daughter, Rene, who died in a car crash on Friday.
3. Bushiri's jet seized
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's jet setting days may soon be over as the Asset Forfeiture Unit has attached his private jet. This application forms part of the investigation into Bushiri and his wife, who have been accused of several crimes including money laundering and fraud.
4. Mom Mxit on behalf of killer
A mother used the social media app Mxit to testify on behalf of her son, whom she said was not smart enough to stand trial.
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