News quiz crossword 19 June answers

Across

UBER - CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down this week amid mounting pressure to change the culture at the company.
SECRET BALLOT - The Constitutional Court ruling said Parliament's Speaker may use a secret ballot for the vote of no confidence in the President.
PUBLIC PROTECTOR - Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane has called for an amendment to the constitution to change the mandate of the Reserve Bank.
HAN SOLO - The Star Wars character will get his own spin off movie directed by Ron Howard and released in 2018.
ZIMBABWE - Mozambique is looking to have Zimbabwe help it restock nature parks with following the long running civil war

Down

SELFIE - A radio jock created the "holiday" in 2014, not that anyone needs a day of the year to take a photo of themselves.
NUMBER PLATE - The anti-fraud features are due to be rolled out this year and will replace the current plastic plates.
RONALDO - The footballer could be in serious trouble for knowingly avoiding tax
HUNDRED - The City had formerly used a 200 litres per day per person measure for typical water consumption, residents have been asked to half it.


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