WATCH: A roundup of IOL’s Top 5 stories this week
These are the stories that engaged our readers this week:
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex used the most romantic day of the year - Valentine's Day - to confirm that they are expecting a sibling for Archie.
The date of the announcement was a tribute to Princess Diana, who also used Valentine’s Day to reveal she was pregnant with Harry back in 1984.
A cyberbully, who put up a fake Facebook profile and tormented and threatened a family for months, pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted extortion.
The Durban man, whose intention was to extort money from the neighbour, was handed a two-year jail sentence or R60 000 fine.
The National Prosecuting Authority has confirmed it will not prosecute DJ Fresh and Euphonik on a rape charge as there was not enough evidence to prosecute them.
The duo, real names Thato Sekwana and Themba Nkosi, were accused of allegedly raping and drugging a woman and three others 10 years ago.
After another no-show from Zuma at the State Capture Inquiry, Zondo said they would approach the ConCourt in a bid to secure the former president’s imprisonment.
Zuma responded with a 12-page, 37 point statement saying “It is not our law that I defy, but a few lawless judges.”
Cape Town nurse Zoliswa Gidi-Dyosi became the first South African to receive the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Health Minister Zweli Mkhize also got the jab at Khayelitsha Hospital on Wednesday.