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16
DEC
4am

SAFM 11am News Bulletin

President Cyril Ramaphosa says true reconciliation is not only about social cohesion,- but also about political and economic transformation. Ramaphosa said this in a statement through the Desk of the President ahead of delivering the keynote address at the National Reconciliation Day at Bergville in Kwazulu Natal. Mercedes Besent reports..........

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President Ramaphosa made reference to the 2019 SA Reconciliation Barometer Survey that was published by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. He says the survey report reveal how the vast majority of citizens agree that South Africa still needs reconciliation,- while more than half of respondents believe that the country has made progress on reconciliation since 1994. He says the survey further reveals that most respondents agree that reconciliation is impossible if issues of corruption, the sowing of division by political parties and gender based violence continue. The President says the survey also reflects that reconciliation will be impossible if those who were affected by apartheid continue to be poor and while racism and the use of racial categories to measure transformation are not addressed. Mercedes Besent SABC news Parliament.

mercedes @ parly 16/12/2019 ed Rhulani
16
DEC
3am

SAFM 10am News Bulletin

President Cyril Ramaphosa says true reconciliation is not only about social cohesion,- but also about political and economic transformation. Ramaphosa said this in a statement through the Desk of the President ahead of delivering the keynote address at the National Reconciliation Day at Bergville in Kwazulu Natal. Mercedes Besent reports..........

IN: President.......... OUT:.........Parliament DUR:

President Ramaphosa made reference to the 2019 SA Reconciliation Barometer Survey that was published by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. He says the survey report reveal how the vast majority of citizens agree that South Africa still needs reconciliation,- while more than half of respondents believe that the country has made progress on reconciliation since 1994. He says the survey further reveals that most respondents agree that reconciliation is impossible if issues of corruption, the sowing of division by political parties and gender based violence continue. The President says the survey also reflects that reconciliation will be impossible if those who were affected by apartheid continue to be poor and while racism and the use of racial categories to measure transformation are not addressed. Mercedes Besent SABC news Parliament.

mercedes @ parly 16/12/2019 ed Rhulani
16
DEC
2am

SAFM 9am News Bulletin

A woman who allegedly murdered her son and two of his friends with poison, is expected to appear in the Aliwal North Magistrate's Court in the Eastern Cape tomorrow.* She has been charged on three counts of murder as Ludwe Ngoma reports ...

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(text: At first it was believed the men - aged 19, 25 and 27 had swallowed poison themselves. An investigation has revealed that on Tuesday they shared some porridge and became very sick. They later died. The 63 year-old suspect is reported to have confessed to the police that she gave her son the food mixed with poison, never anticipating that he would share it with his friends. Police spokesperson Moitheri Bojabotseha says she confessed that her son was a drug addict that was very abuse against her and she could not handle the abuse anymore. The suspect will appear in the Aliwal North district court on Tuesday to face three counts of murder. soc)

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16
DEC
1am

SAFM 8am News Bulletin

A woman who allegedly murdered her son and two of his friends with poison, is expected to appear in the Aliwal North Magistrate's Court in the Eastern Cape tomorrow.* She has been charged on three counts of murder as Ludwe Ngoma reports ...

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(text: At first it was believed the men - aged 19, 25 and 27 had swallowed poison themselves. An investigation has revealed that on Tuesday they shared some porridge and became very sick. They later died. The 63 year-old suspect is reported to have confessed to the police that she gave her son the food mixed with poison, never anticipating that he would share it with his friends. Police spokesperson Moitheri Bojabotseha says she confessed that her son was a drug addict that was very abuse against her and she could not handle the abuse anymore. The suspect will appear in the Aliwal North district court on Tuesday to face three counts of murder. soc)

ludwe.pe/15-12 lml nosizwe *tuesd lml Rhulani
16
DEC
12am

SAFM 7am News Bulletin

More than 300-thousand people in the far east of Pretoria will be without water for the next eight months. The affected areas are Cullinan, Rayton, Refilwe, Petra Diamond Mine and the Zonderwater Prison. Water entity, Magalies Water says it is looking at a temporary solution to address the damage to a 210 metre water supply pipeline at the Wilge Dam. The pipeline was washed away by last week's floods. Magalies Water CEO Sandile Mkhize.....

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(We have conceptualised an alternative solution where we are gonna build a temporary structure across the dam which will be our temporary abstraction point and then bring in abstraction pumps, and then transport the power line from the current pump station,across the river so that we can be able to run the pump station)

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15
DEC
11pm

SAFM 6am News Bulletin

EFF Leader Julius Malema says he is unsurprised that he was elected unopposed to be the party's president for another five years. On Saturday night, the three-thousand-800 delegates at the EFF's National People's Assembly chose a new top six for the party, of which Malema and his deputy Floyd Shivambu were returned to their positions. Addressing a media briefing yesterday, Malema says that those who believe that he somehow exerted his will upon the delegates, are wrong…

IN: "My simple… OUT:..worker" DUR: '37

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("My simple thing of being elected unopposed or all the time elected unopposed is very simple I work very hard I don't take anything for granted you give it to me I will work on it and perfect it I pay attention to the smallest detail I know everything that is happening at this conference smallest detail even if you want to hate me you will come accept that no but it does not matter what we think of him so I am not a dictator I am a hard worker")
15
DEC
10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

EFF leader Julius Malema has made a rallying cry to all leftist organisations in SA to unite in the fight towards a socialist agenda for the country.
15
DEC
8am

SAFM 3PM NEWS BULLETIN

DA spokesperson on Health Siviwe Gwarube says it's encouraging that many African countries see the importance of Universal Health Coverage.
15
DEC
7am

SAFM 2PM NEWS BULLETIN

National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise says she is seeking legal advice and studying an affidavit that has been sent to her about Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.

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