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Koroneka Trading and Projects Director Babadi Tlatsana has implicated former ministers, Lynne Brown and Dipuo Peters in corruption. She concluded her testimony at the State Capture Commission in Joburg yesterday afternoon. In a tape recording allegedly between SA Express GM Brian Van Wyk and Tlatsana - Tlatsana explains how money laundered from the North West government through SA Express was divided among government officials and ministers. The looted money totaled over 97 million Rand. It's alleged to have been used to bribe former ministers Brown and Peters- who allegedly each received 10 million Rand. Tlatsana was quizzed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo ...
23
JUN
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The new head of the Investigative Directorate at the NPA, Hermione Cronje, says journalists have played a key role in exposing widespread corruption in South Africa and have helped enhance democracy with their work. Cronje was speaking at the Nat Nakasa Awards for Courageous Journalism at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg. Cronje has urged journalists to make sure they keep the interests of all South Africans - including the disempowered in mind - while doing their work. She says brave journalists have played a key role in exposing malpractice in South Africa ...
23
JUN
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The State Capture Commission in Johanneburg has heard that 400 thousand Rand looted from the North West government is alleged to have been used to contribute to the ANC's 104th anniversary celebrations.
Koroneka Trading and Projects Director, Babadi Tlatsana, told the commission yesterday that she got to a point where she had enough of her business account being used for money transactions between SA express and the North West department of transport.

The commission has heard a tape recording where SA Express GM, Brian Van Wyk allegedly wanted Tlatsana to release money so they could pay back 400 thousand Rand for 150 reflector jackets they had bought - allegedly for the ANC's 104th anniversary celebration. The commission has been listening to the recordings .... .
22
JUN
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Gauteng police have arrested three men in connection with the murder of a police officer in Soweto on Thursday. 28-year old Constable Nhlamulo Vuyeka was killed during a shootout with alleged car thieves outside the Nancefield hostel in Klipspruit. Police spokesperson Brenda Muridili says they suspects will be facing a number charges...
22
JUN
3am

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Gauteng police have arrested three men in connection with the murder of a police officer in Soweto on Thursday. 28-year old Constable Nhlamulo Vuyeka was killed during a shootout with alleged car thieves outside the Nancefield hostel in Klipspruit. Police spokesperson Brenda Muridili says they suspects will be facing a number charges...
22
JUN
3am

8 AM BULLETIN

Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane has granted an extension to President Cyril Ramaphosa to clarify the Bosasa payments to his ANC presidential campaign. This will allow him to submit further documents to the Public Protector. Mkhwebane is investigating a 500 thousand rand donation by Bosasa to Ramaphosa's ANC presidential campaign in 2017. The Public Protector is also probing whether Ramaphosa deliberately misled parliament on the issue. Spokesperson for the Public Protector, Oupa Segalwe ...
22
JUN
1am

7 AM BULLETIN

The state capture commission will continue to hear evidence today* from Koroneka Trading and Projects Director Babadi Tlatsana. Yesterday Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo heard how a large sum of cash entered Tlatsana's business account only a few months after she had proposed a plan to revitalise two airports in the North West province. This is the first time since inception that the commission sits over the weekend. Amina Accram reports ...
22
JUN
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Broadcaster, MultiChoice, has announced that it will be shedding more than two-thousand jobs in a retrenchment drive. The bulk of affected employees are in the call and service centres. Group CEO - Calvo Mawela - says the retrenchments are part of restructuring that he claims will allow for new roles to be available. However union ICTU says they were surprised to learn of these developments and have labelled the process illegal. Spokesperson, Thabang Mothelo, says they're seeking further engagement with MultiChoice on the matter ...
21
JUN
1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Gale force winds are being experienced across the Cape Peninsula, the Boland and the West Coast region as a powerful cold front smashes into the region. Widespread rain has accompanied the much anticipated cold front. Reports of rain have been received from as far afield as Clanwilliam, Vredendal and Lamberts Bay on the West Coast.
21
JUN
12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane has granted an extension to President Cyril Ramaphosa to clarify the Bosasa payments to his ANC presidential campaign. This will allow him to submit further documents to the Public Protector. Mkhwebane is investigating a 500 thousand rand donation by Bosasa. Ramaphosa received the money during his ANC presidential campaign in 2017.
21
JUN
11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

International Relations Minister, Naledi Pandor says there's no justification for serious action against Ambassador to Denmark, Zindzi Mandela for her tweets that sparked an uproar on social media recently. Some critics had slated Mandela's comments as racist.
21
JUN
10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Wind speeds have spiked in the Cape Peninsula as a much anticipated cold front approaches the mainland. The weather office has warned of gale force winds, high seas and heavy rain this evening and tomorrow across large parts of the Western Cape.

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