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SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Conabeer family are battling to come to terms with the death of University of KwaZulu-Natal student Natasha Conabeer, who has now died after being found unconscious this weekend. She had been reported missing.
09
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9am

SAFM 3PM

The current wave of attacks on foreigners should be dealt with decisively to safeguard the country's tourism industry. This emerged at the South Africa - China, Culture and Tourism Cooperation Promotion Conference in Pretoria. Tourism contributes 136-billion-rand towards the country's Gross Domestic Product annually. It also accounts for about one and a half million jobs. CEO of the SA Tourism Board, Doris Worfel says there's a need for an urgent dialogue between all stakeholders in the tourism industry, government and law enforcement agencies.
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SAFM 1PM

The mother accused of killing her four children in Witbank Mpumalanga has been found guilty by the Witbank Magistrate Court. 24 year old Zinhle Maditla killed her children between the ages of 8 and 11 months in December last year. Their bodies were discovered by relatives.
09
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SAFM 2PM

President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned the resurgence of violence that claimed two lives in Johannesburg yesterday. The President has called on law enforcement agencies to maintain vigilance and firmness in dealing with individuals or groups who take the law into their own hands. He has applauded the police for arresting at least 17 people after a group went on the rampage following an event at which former IFP Leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi addressed hostel residents on Gauteng's East Rand. Busi Chimombe reports.
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SAFM 12PM

The African Diaspora Forum says it has received requests from over 400 foreign nationals who want to be helped to return to their home countries due to fears of violent attacks. A total of thirteen people have now died since the attacks started in Jeppestown on Sunday last week. Police say only seven of the murders have been directly linked to the current wave of violence. Among the thirteen deaths are two people who were killed in separate attacks in Johannesburg yesterday. About 800 displaced people, mostly women and children are currently being housed at two community halls in Katlehong east of Johannesburg after they were left homeless following the violent attacks. African Diaspora Forum chairperson Vusimuzi Sibanda.
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9am

SAFM 10AM

Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has commended the work done by the army on the Cape Flats. She says there has been great improvement in the policing of crime in Cape Town since the defence force stepped in. This despite the persistent alleged gang related killings on the Cape Flats. While Mapisa-Nqakula acknowledges recent killings, she says these are societal issues and challenges that must be addressed by educating children that depend on substance abuse.
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2am

SAFM 8am News Bulletin

A second person has died following yesterday's violent attacks in Johannesburg. The second body was found after midnight with gunshot wounds in the Denver area south of Johannesburg. The first victim was stabbed with a sharp object earlier in the evening yesterday. The attacks come after a splinter group broke away from a crowd that was listening to former IFP President Mangosuthu Buthelezi who was addressing hostel residents in Jeppestown where he called for calm. They attacked several businesses in the process. Seventeen people have been arrested so far. Joburg Metro Police spokesperson Wayne Minaar... [TAKE: SB
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Tshepo.Phagane@jhb 09/09/2019 Rhulani
09
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1am

SAFM 7am News Bulletin

At least 16 people have been arrested following renewed violence in the Johannesburg CBD. A group of people looted shops after disrupting a meeting - in which IFP President, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, spoke to hostel residents following a week of deadly violence against mostly foreign nationals. Gauteng police spokesperson, Kay Makhubele, says more law enforcement officers have been deployed after one person was killed in yesterday's violence...

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Risha-Maduray/ex-tv 09/09/2019 Rhulani
09
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12am

SAFM 6am News Bulletin

At least 16 people have been arrested following renewed violence in the Johannesburg CBD. A group of people looted shops after disrupting a meeting - in which IFP President, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, spoke to hostel residents following a week of deadly violence against mostly foreign nationals. Gauteng police spokesperson, Kay Makhubele, says more law enforcement officers have been deployed after one person was killed in yesterday's violence...

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Risha-Maduray/ex-tv 09/09/2019 Rhulani
08
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11pm

SAFM 5am News Bulletin

More than 20 people have been arrested in Malvern, east of Johannesburg, following renewed violence in the area. A week ago, shops were burnt and looted. Similar incidents occurred in Tembisa, Turffontein and Jeppestown about a week ago. *Yesterday, one person died and five others were wounded when violence erupted again in the Johannesburg CBD. This South African resident of Malvern has made an impassioned plea to those who are perpetration violence to immediately stop ...

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TEXT: Other countries will maybe boycott us in terms of academics because I also want to study next year outside the country but how am I going to study when this is happening in my country, so can you guys please stop this. Young kids who are seeing this will grow up traumatised, I'm just, yeah.

ex/tvnews 08/09/19 *Sun nosizwe
08
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2pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

One person has died and five others have been wounded following renewed violence in the Johannesburg CBD this afternoon. Police have confirmed that the deceased died in hospital after being stabbed.
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1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Police have confirmed that one person has died following renewed violence in the Johannesburg CBD. The Gauteng Police Commissioner Elias Mawela has pleaded with residents of the area to allow government to deal with violence in some areas. In the ongoing attacks foreign nationals and their businesses are being targeted with some shops being burnt and looted.

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