A bright supernova (magnitude 14.7 as of last observation, and likely to get brighter) has been detected in the galaxy NGC 7213 ( see ATEL # 8474 and further follow-up here). Observations are requested for follow-up from southern scopes.
NGC 7213 is close to Alpha Grus, and fairly easy to find (although the bright star may cause some imaging artefacts). Unfortunately, it is also 30 degrees from the western horizon at SSO at astronomical twilight, so the imaging window is short.
The location of the supernova is
R.A. = 14h10m23s.42, Decl. = -43°18'43".7
Information on submitting observations to the AAVSO may be found at:
Discovery image vis archival DSS image from http://www.astronomy.ohio-state.edu/~assassin/followup/asassn-15us.png