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12PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Panyaza Lesufi says schools cannot be allowed to be death traps...And...* EFF has scathing remarks for Patrice Motsepe on Donald Trump comments
25
JAN
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9AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* An Mpumalanga MEC questions authenticity of sketchy audio clip...And...* Two Grade 8 learners recovering from a snake bite
25
JAN
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11AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Western Cape Health closely monitoring Coronavirus outbreak...And...* Catholic Church presents Ramaphosa with its pastoral plan
25
JAN
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10AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Joburg residents frustrated over municipal rates and taxes...And...* Angola to Portuguese authorities to seize assets belonging to Isabel dos Santos
25
JAN
12am

7AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* DA welcome Parliament's decision on inquiry into public protector...And...* Death toll rises in Turkey earthquake
24
JAN
11pm

6AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Stevens Mokgalapa's fate is likely to be sealed at DA FED EX...And ...* SAHRC says there is a possibility of an out-of-court settlement with Eben Etzebeth
24
JAN
2pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Chairperson of Parliament's Ad Hoc Committee to initiate and introduce legislation to amend Section 25 of the Constitution Mathole Motshekga says the extension of the deadline for public comments on the Draft Constitution Amendment Bill is not necessary.
24
JAN
2pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

For the first time since the inquest hearing began into the death of anti-apartheid activist, Neil Aggett, a former police officer at the notorious John Vorster Square police station has testified.
24
JAN
2pm

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

The alleged racist assault case of Springbok rugby star Eben Etzebeth will now proceed in the Equality Court. The South African Human Rights Commission says it has agreed with Etzebeth to withdraw a review application in the High Court in Pretoria. Etzebeth wanted the high court to prevent the case from going to the Equality Court.
24
JAN
2pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

South African Airways (SAA) says it has saved enough cash to pay this month's salaries. SAA is fighting for its survival after being place under voluntary business rescue last month. Some flights were cancelled this week because of cash shortages. Business rescue specialists Les Matuson and Siviwe Dongwana say they were promised a total of four-billion-rand funding from lenders and the government, but the airline has only received two-billion-rand from lenders.
24
JAN
2pm

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni says South Africa needs to initiate conversation on adding nuclear to the country's energy mix. He says Team South Africa at the World Economic Forum has been frank in addressing some of the questions raised about the country's structural challenges including issues related to energy supply constraints.

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