The fight for Libya isn’t quite over, as government tanks continued shelling central Tripoli Monday. But rebel forces say they now control 95 percent of the capital city, and the fighting is at the doorstep of Muammar Gaddafi’s compound. Rebels also tell Reuters that they've taken over the state TV headquarters, and the channel has gone dark. South Africa has denied reports that it is negotiating Gaddafi’s exit to another country, but Al Jazeera says talks between South Africa and Gaddafi continued Monday. Angola and Zimbabwe are considered the most likely destinations for Gaddafi, if he is not captured.