CAPE TOWN, Dec. 31 (Xinhua) -- The following are news highlights in South Africa's major media outlets on Monday.
-- The African National Congress (ANC) Western Cape provincial executive committee has accepted two election lists for next year's general elections presented to it by the provincial list committee, the party said on Sunday.
A special meeting held on Saturday night, which lasted into the early hours of Sunday morning, had accepted a province-to-province as well as a province-to-national list and also resolved that the two documents should be sent to the national list committee for its perusal, the ANC said in a statement. (Independent Online)
-- A group of students from KwaZulu-Natal Province on Sunday called on President Cyril Ramaphosa and the government to release all those jailed for activities related with the "Fees Must Fall" protests.
The delegation, led by convicted activist Bonginkosi Khanyile, walked to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to deliver a memorandum that also raised issues facing the youth such as unemployment. (Eyewitness News)
-- Members from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Sunday gathered at Clifton's Fourth Beach in Cape Town to stage a protest against the alleged closure of the beach by private security company Professional Protection Alternative last Sunday.
The EFF had offered bus transport from across the city so people would be able to participate in the protest. (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Enditem