Covid-19 hits Capitec hard; Islamic State rears ugly head on SA's door; state capture dirt on ANC leaders; CPD bail-out

In today's news headlines:
* Capitec, one of South Africa’s largest banks, has been hit hard by Covid-19 containment. It warns that its profits are plummeting;
* Islamic State is threatening Africa's biggest investment in Mozambique and is also seen as a risk to stability in the region;
* There is enough evidence to get some ANC leaders into the dock for state capture, say constitutional law expert Pierre de Vos and journalist Max du Preez; and
* The central bank issued a R3.45bn guarantee to bail out the Corporation for Public Deposits (CPD), a government investment arm hit by surging defaults at state agricultural lender Land Bank.