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17
JUL
4am

SAFM 10AM

The Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has criticised the media for what he terms its biased coverage. He says certain media houses, without naming names, use only select analysts on their programmes. Delivering the keynote address at the 67 Minutes Leadership Talk hosted by the People Matter Foundation in Kempton Park, Mogoeng pleaded with all media to be lead by conscience
17
JUL
2am

SAFM 8AM NEWS BULLETIN

Cities around the globe are mourning the passing of legendary musician Johnny Clegg who for decades became a reliable export of South African musical culture to the rest of the world. That's the view of Independent New York-based South African entertainment journalist Nadia Neophytou, who runs a blog titled MissNtertainment. Clegg died in his Johannesburg home after battling with pancreatic cancer since 2015. He was 66. Clegg died in the presence of his family and friends in Johannesburg. He was widely respected for his command of isiZulu and his music which united the people in South Africa during apartheid. Neophytou explains ...
17
JUL
1am

SAFM 7AM NEWS BULLETIN

Fans of legendary musician Johnny Clegg have expressed shock and sadness at the news of his death. Clegg died in his Johannesburg home after battling with pancreatic cancer since 2015. He was 66. Clegg died in the presence of his family and friends in Johannesburg. He was widely respected for his command of isiZulu and his music which united the people in South Africa during apartheid. These fans recount their memories of the music giant ...
17
JUL
12am

SAFM 6AM NEWS BULLETIN

The government has sent its condolences to the family of legendary musician, Johnny Clegg, who has passed away yesterday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Clegg was 66. He died in the presence of his family and friends in Johannesburg. Clegg was widely respected for his command of isiZulu and his music which united the people in South Africa during apartheid. The government says Clegg is one of South Africa's most celebrated sons, a dancer, anthropologist, singer and song writer. It says Clegg made a major contribution to social cohesion in South Africa. The award winning singer's manager, Roddy Quin, says Clegg's passing is a great loss to the country ...
16
JUL
11pm

SAFM 5AM NEWS BULLETIN

The government has sent its condolences to the family of legendary musician, Johnny Clegg, who has passed away yesterday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Clegg was 66. He died in the presence of his family and friends in Johannesburg. Clegg was widely respected for his command of isiZulu and his music which united the people in South Africa during apartheid. The government says Clegg is one of South Africa's most celebrated sons, a dancer, anthropologist, singer and song writer. It says Clegg made a major contribution to social cohesion in South Africa. The award winning singer's manager, Roddy Quin, says Clegg's passing is a great loss to the country ...
16
JUL
2pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

Award winning singer, Johnny Clegg has died in his Johannesburg home after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. His Manager, Roddy Quin has confirmed that Clegg died today - surrounded by his family.
16
JUL
1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says nothing will stop government from implementing the recommendations of any of the commissions of inquiry. This includes the commission of inquiry into state capture.
16
JUL
12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Former PIC CEO Dan Matjila has told the inquiry in Pretoria that the PIC's Investment in Steinhoff was significant and deeply regrettable - and he will take full responsibility as the former head of the corporation. Matjila was testifying on challenges the PIC had with the global retailer
16
JUL
11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

The State Capture Commission has adjourned for the day after hearing evidence from former President Jacob Zuma who told the commission in Joburg that he only had a recollection of who the former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor was - after he saw her picture.
16
JUL
8am

SAFM 2PM

Former President Jacob Zuma has claimed before the state capture commission in Johannesburg, that he never had any interaction with former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor. Mentor earlier testified to the Commission that Ajay Gupta had offered her a position as Public Enterprises Minister ahead of the October 2010 cabinet reshuffle. Gupta allegedly made the offer at his Saxonwold home. She said she was told the position would be hers if she would agree to close down SAA's route to India. The Commission is still to rule on the credibility of Mentor's evidence. She alleged that Zuma was at the Gupta home when the offer was made. Advocate Paul Pretorius has asked Zuma about Mentor's claims.
16
JUL
8am

SAFM 2PM

Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo, says the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has found a way to deal with perceived unfairness. This after former president Jacob Zuma's legal cousel, Thabani Masuku, raised concerns over the way in which Commission's evidence leader, Advocate Paul Pretorius, was questioning his client. Zondo says they will try to put forward questions that will take their concerns into account.
16
JUL
8am

SAFM 12PM

Former President Jacob Zuma denies ever giving an instruction that then-CEO of the Government Communications Information Service Themba Maseko, be removed from his position. In earlier testimony to the State Capture Inquiry, Maseko alleged that in 2011 the late former Minister in the Presidency Collins Chabane told him that he had been instructed by Zuma to terminate his contract. This after Maseko says he had refused to accede to a request by Ajay Gupta to divert millions in government advertising to the family's newly-established New Age newspaper. Zuma says Chabane may have used his name to remove Maseko.

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