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The Modise Network | Mining and Labour in SA | 1 December 2018
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The Modise Network | Mining and Labour in SA | 1 December 2018

The Modise Network | Mining and Labour in SA | 1 December 2018
AMCU President Joseph Mathunjwa joins The Network to discuss the evolving role of mining in the South African economy and the effects on the Labour market.
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Week in One | World Aids Day | 1 December 2018
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Week in One | World Aids Day | 1 December 2018

Week in One | World Aids Day | 1 December 2018
Week in One recaps the stories of the week.
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Week in One | A season of madness | 01 December 2018
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Week in One | A season of madness | 01 December 2018

Week in One | A season of madness | 01 December 2018
Week in One takes a look at the top stories making headlines, this week.
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Reaction to Eskom's stage 2 loadshedding: Ted Blom
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Reaction to Eskom's stage 2 loadshedding: Ted Blom

Reaction to Eskom's stage 2 loadshedding: Ted Blom
Eskom says Stage Two loadshedding will continue today as the organisation battles with low coal reserves and break downs at various power stations across the country.
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Eskom load-shedding Stage 1 begins
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Eskom load-shedding Stage 1 begins

Eskom load-shedding Stage 1 begins
Eskom has announced that it has implemented Stage 1 load-shedding from 12:00 until 22:00 today to preserve emergency resources. It says the latest round of load-shedding has been implemented due to high unplanned outages. LETS CHAT TO Eskom's Spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe to give us more details.
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Eskom implements stage 1 load shedding
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Eskom implements stage 1 load shedding

Eskom implements stage 1 load shedding
Eskom has implemented stage one load-shedding nationwide until 10 pm. The power utility says consumers should check their load-shedding schedules on the municipal or Eskom websites. Eskom's Khulu Phasiwe is on the line now to explain the move.
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WATCH: What’s behind Eskom’s load shedding woes?
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WATCH: What’s behind Eskom’s load shedding woes?

WATCH: What’s behind Eskom’s load shedding woes?
It was to be a bumper weekend of sport, not to mention the Global Citizen festival honouring Nelson Mandela. But some South Africans hoping for couch time with Beyonce or their favourite teams were left staring at blank TVs when Eskom instituted load shedding on both Saturday and Sunday.
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Malema: I am not a subject of the Mandela family
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Malema: I am not a subject of the Mandela family

Malema: I am not a subject of the Mandela family
Malema: I am not a subject of the Mandela family
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Malema slams Gordhan charges: 'You're a joke, Shaun Abrahams'
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Malema slams Gordhan charges: 'You're a joke, Shaun Abrahams'

Malema slams Gordhan charges: 'You're a joke, Shaun Abrahams'
EFF leader Julius Malema took a swipe at government and the head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Sean Abrahams, for what he calls a political concoction to protect President Jacob Zuma.
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#HHPfuneral: The motswako king is laid to rest
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#HHPfuneral: The motswako king is laid to rest

#HHPfuneral: The motswako king is laid to rest
Jabulani "HHP" Tsambo is laid to rest in Mmabatho, in the North West. The funeral service was held at Mmabatho Convention Centre.
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#ZimbabweDecides Emmerson Mnangagwa wins 2018 presidential poll
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#ZimbabweDecides Emmerson Mnangagwa wins 2018 presidential poll

#ZimbabweDecides Emmerson Mnangagwa wins 2018 presidential poll
Soon after midnight on 3 August 2018, the Zimbabwean Electoral Commission announced Zanu-PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa had beaten the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance's Nelson Chamisa in the race for Zimbabwe's presidency.
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New world class airport terminal for Ghana
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New world class airport terminal for Ghana

New world class airport terminal for Ghana
EWN's Mia Lindeque takes a look a the new world class terminal at the Kotoka International Airport in Ghana
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'You push me, I push back' - Malema lay charges against Gordhan
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'You push me, I push back' - Malema lay charges against Gordhan

'You push me, I push back' - Malema lay charges against Gordhan
EFF leader Julius Malema opened a case of corruption against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at Brooklyn police station in Pretoria on 27 November 2018.
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Min of Police releases statement on Global Citizen
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Min of Police releases statement on Global Citizen

Min of Police releases statement on Global Citizen
Bheki Cele, the South African Minister of Police, releases a statement on accusations that police failed the public at the Global Citizen concert on Sunday 2 December, 2018.
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Gordhan lays criminal charges against Malema
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Gordhan lays criminal charges against Malema

Gordhan lays criminal charges against Malema
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan laid charges of crimen injuria, defamation of character and inciting public violence against EFF leader Julius Malema on 26 November 2018, at Brooklyn police station in Pretoria.
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#Zimbabwe Army uses live rounds against protesters
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#Zimbabwe Army uses live rounds against protesters

#Zimbabwe Army uses live rounds against protesters
During election protests, the army was called in to clear the city of protesters. They became very violent with reports of some killed and many wounded.
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Tonight with Jane Dutton | Fighting commercial crime | 6 December 2018
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Tonight with Jane Dutton | Fighting commercial crime | 6 December 2018

Tonight with Jane Dutton | Fighting commercial crime | 6 December 2018
Jane Dutton speaks to Michael Barker a commercial crime expert from Africa Frontiers Risk and Major-General Alfred Khana, Head of the Hawk's Serious Commercial Crime unit about the challenges in fighting such crimes. It's not just big companies that have the capacity to avoid accountability. Celebrities and the general public seem to be part of it too.
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Tonight with Jane Dutton | Headlines | 5 December 2018
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Tonight with Jane Dutton | Headlines | 5 December 2018

Tonight with Jane Dutton | Headlines | 5 December 2018
The day's top stories on Tonight with Jane Dutton.
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From 1 night to a year to contract coal at Eskom has Minister Gordhan baffled
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From 1 night to a year to contract coal at Eskom has Minister Gordhan baffled

From 1 night to a year to contract coal at Eskom has Minister Gordhan baffled
For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Pravin Gordhan on state capture
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Pravin Gordhan on state capture

Pravin Gordhan on state capture
Pravin Gordhan on state capture
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Hundreds of homes destroyed in Alex
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Hundreds of homes destroyed in Alex

Hundreds of homes destroyed in Alex
Hundreds of people have been left destitute after a fire raged through the area.
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"Leave us alone" Minister Gordhan to former Eskom managers
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"Leave us alone" Minister Gordhan to former Eskom managers

"Leave us alone" Minister Gordhan to former Eskom managers
"Leave us alone" Minister Gordhan to former Eskom managers
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10 December Morning News Today
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10 December Morning News Today

10 December Morning News Today
10 December Morning News Today
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The Fix | Week in Politics | 09 December 2018
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The Fix | Week in Politics | 09 December 2018

The Fix | Week in Politics | 09 December 2018
Karima and Peter reflected on some of the top stories dominating headlines this week
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CrimeWatch | Viral Videos | 5 December 2018
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CrimeWatch | Viral Videos | 5 December 2018

CrimeWatch | Viral Videos | 5 December 2018
Yusuf Abramjee brings you the top trending videos of a home burglary, an apprehended school robber and a recent shooting in Hillbrow.
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#Africa | News making headlines in Africa | 08 December 2018
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#Africa | News making headlines in Africa | 08 December 2018

#Africa | News making headlines in Africa | 08 December 2018
Taking a comprehensive look at the stories making headlines in the African continent.
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#Africa | DRC elections | 08 December 2018
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#Africa | DRC elections | 08 December 2018

#Africa | DRC elections | 08 December 2018
Reports of violence cast a shadow over the credibility of the upcoming Democratic of Republic Congo polls.
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Fridays with Tim Modise | SA media underfire | 7 December 2018
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Fridays with Tim Modise | SA media underfire | 7 December 2018

Fridays with Tim Modise | SA media underfire | 7 December 2018
Is the media in doing its job without fear or favour? We spoke to Raymond Joseph, author of the article that upset the National Lottery Commission, veteran journalist, Mathatha Tsedu, and Chris Louw from the SA National Editor's Forum.
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How police allowed the Global Citizen crime spree to happen
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How police allowed the Global Citizen crime spree to happen

How police allowed the Global Citizen crime spree to happen
EWN unpacks exactly how police failed to respond to Global Citizen concert goers who fell victim to criminals outside the FNB Stadium.
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Etolls - Where are we 5 years on
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Etolls - Where are we 5 years on

Etolls - Where are we 5 years on
03 December 2018 marks five years since the controversial etolling system went live on Gauteng highways. Sanral paints a bleak picture of how congested the provincial roads will be in the near future, while a former road engineer says the solution is to scrap etolls but use the infrastructure otherwise.
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Dancing until daylight with Secret Sunrise
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Dancing until daylight with Secret Sunrise

Dancing until daylight with Secret Sunrise
For the past six months some Capetonians and Joburgers have been waking up before dawn and migrating to secret locations where they dance until sunrise.
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Tears as multi-talented #AkhumziJezile is remembered
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Tears as multi-talented #AkhumziJezile is remembered

Tears as multi-talented #AkhumziJezile is remembered
Mourners gathered at the Rhema Bible Church in Randburg to bid farewell to former YoTV presenter and producer Akhumzi Jezile.
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'A part of me died with you'- HHP's mom
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'A part of me died with you'- HHP's mom

'A part of me died with you'- HHP's mom
A letter written by Jabulani "HHP" Tsambo's mom was read out at his funeral service that took place at Mmabatho Convention Centre in the North West.
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Akhumzi’s friends give emotional tributes for their friend.
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Akhumzi’s friends give emotional tributes for their friend.

Akhumzi’s friends give emotional tributes for their friend.
Friends and colleagues of Akhumzi Jezile struggled to hold back emotions as they remembered their friend who died in a car accident with four others in Eastern Cape last Saturday. Akhumzi’s funeral was held at Rhema Bible Church in Randburg.
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Nono N'landu on upcoming DRC elections
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Nono N'landu on upcoming DRC elections

Nono N'landu on upcoming DRC elections
With just under a month before the Congolese could go to the polls in the Democratic Republic of Congo, opposition parties continue to cry foul over how they are treated ahead of the elections. We spoke with Nono N'landu, the sub-Saharan Africa presidential campaign director for one of the Presidential candidates, Martin Fayulu.
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DR Congo to hold elections
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DR Congo to hold elections

DR Congo to hold elections
Voters in the Democratic Republic of Congo will be heading to the polls on the 23rd of December. Last week incumbent President Joseph Kabila ended months of speculation. He has decided to relinquish his power by not running for a third term. However, he has thrown his weight behind Ramazani Shandary. Shandary is the permanent secretary of the People's Party for Reconstruction and Democracy, the PPRD. How crucial is this election for the DRC's future? To discuss this we are joined in studio by Human Rights activist and Spokesperson for the Congolese Diaspora in South Africa, Jean Bwasa.
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DR Congo 🇨🇩: Will Kabila step down? | Inside Story
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DR Congo 🇨🇩: Will Kabila step down? | Inside Story

DR Congo 🇨🇩: Will Kabila step down? | Inside Story
Will Kabila step down? It’s a New Year, but when it comes to politics in Democratic Republic of Congo, there’s nothing new. President Joseph Kabila has been in power since 2001. His second term in office officially ended in December 2016, but he’s still there. And promised elections never happened. Catholics in the capital Kinshasa prayed on Sunday. They want Kabila to leave…but peaceful demonstrations turned violent. At least seven people were killed and dozens arrested by security forces. So what does 2018 hold for the people of DRC?
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Mcebo Dlamini: Global Citizen is a 'facade'
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Mcebo Dlamini: Global Citizen is a 'facade'

Mcebo Dlamini: Global Citizen is a 'facade'
Billions have been pledged at the Global Citizen Festival. Corporates and ordinary citizens gave funds that'll go towards bettering society. Courtesy #DStv Some causes include poverty alleviation, education, and healthcare. However, activist Mcebo Dlamini says Global Citizen is a facade.
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SA Local Govt hold National Members Assembly in Durban
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SA Local Govt hold National Members Assembly in Durban

SA Local Govt hold National Members Assembly in Durban
The SA Local Government Association is holding a National Members Assembly in Durban. There are over a thousand delegates attending the three-day event. This includes political leaders from National, Provincial and Local government, municipal managers and chief financial officers.
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BREAKING: Timothy Omotoso trial postponed to 4 February 2019
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BREAKING: Timothy Omotoso trial postponed to 4 February 2019

BREAKING: Timothy Omotoso trial postponed to 4 February 2019
The trial of the charismatic pastor, Timothy Omotoso, and his co-accused Lusanda Sulani and Zukis-wa Sitho, has been postponed to February at the Port Elizabeth High Court this morning. The trial was postponed to allow defence attorney Peter Daubermann to petition the Supreme Court of Appeal. Daubermann wants Judge Mandela Maka-ula to recuse himself and the charges against his clients quashed. Judge Maka-ula dismissed Daubermann's application in the high court and granted him leave to appeal. The defence claims the judge acted in a biased manner towards its clients.
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Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's trial resumes
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Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's trial resumes

Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso's trial resumes
The trial of controversial Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso resumes in the high court in Port Elizabeth today. A ruling on the judge's recusal is expected to be announced. The pastor's lawyers approached the Supreme Court of Appeal on the recusal. Omotoso and two others face charges ranging from human trafficking to sexual assault and rape.
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Crowds gather outside Omotoso trial
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Crowds gather outside Omotoso trial

Crowds gather outside Omotoso trial
The trial of controversial Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso has been postponed to 4 February 2019 in the High court in Port Elizabeth.
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Timothy Omotoso trial resumes in Port Elizabeth
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Timothy Omotoso trial resumes in Port Elizabeth

Timothy Omotoso trial resumes in Port Elizabeth
Judge in the trial of pastor Timothy Omotoso to rule whether he will recuse himself from the case or not.
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Motsoeneng denies any wrongdoing during his tenure at the SABC  Part 2
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Motsoeneng denies any wrongdoing during his tenure at the SABC Part 2

Motsoeneng denies any wrongdoing during his tenure at the SABC Part 2
Any conversation about the current state of the SABC seems incomplete, without mention of one Hlaudi Motsoeneng. The controversial former Chief Operations Officer is widely blamed for the financial crisis that the public broadcaster finds itself in - ...With allegations of mismanagement, irregular appointments, and poor management decisions having characterised his tenure as Chief Operations Officer. Motsoeneng joins us in studio to give HIS side of the story.
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EFF reacts to SABC board resignations
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EFF reacts to SABC board resignations

EFF reacts to SABC board resignations
The EFF has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene in the SABC Board Crisis. It says government must give the guarantee it needs to raise money in order to stabilise.
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ANC reacts to the SABC Board resignations
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ANC reacts to the SABC Board resignations

ANC reacts to the SABC Board resignations
The ANC says it is concerned by the continued instability at the SABC. It also rejects reports that the ANC has encouraged some of the board members to resign to achieve political ends. notes reports of the resignation of four board members from the SABC.
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Four SABC board members resign
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Four SABC board members resign

Four SABC board members resign
Four members of the SABC board have resigned in the past few days meaning the board will not have a quorum until a new one is appointed.
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Stories of the day and Traffic Update, 18 December 2018
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Stories of the day and Traffic Update, 18 December 2018

Stories of the day and Traffic Update, 18 December 2018
Stories of the day and Traffic Update, 18 December 2018
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Passengers are stranded at Johannesburg's Park Station
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Passengers are stranded at Johannesburg's Park Station

Passengers are stranded at Johannesburg's Park Station
Passengers are stranded at Johannesburg's Park Station, as long-distance bus drivers strike. They haven't been able to travel for two days now.
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Bus services resume at Park station, Johannesburg
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Bus services resume at Park station, Johannesburg

Bus services resume at Park station, Johannesburg
Bus services have resumed at Park station in Johannesburg following a three day crippling strike. Bus drivers affilliated with three unions returned behind the wheel after a wage negotiation was reached on Friday. They have agreed to a nine percent salary hike and 10 percent worth of allowances. But union NUMSA is still dragging it's feet... It's workers are still on strike..
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Be prepared to die – Joburg’s Toughest Cop
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Be prepared to die – Joburg’s Toughest Cop

Be prepared to die – Joburg’s Toughest Cop
Tasked with combating some of the deadliest crimes, JMPD K9 officer Muaath Maharaj says everyday he makes sure he leaves the house on good terms with his family, in case he doesn’t come home alive.
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Behind the badge: Cape Town's toughest cop
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Behind the badge: Cape Town's toughest cop

Behind the badge: Cape Town's toughest cop
Cape Town recorded 1520 homicides in 2015. Some on the front lines are The City of Cape Town's Metro Police. Join Cape Town's toughest Metro Policeman on patrol.
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Omoyele Sowore Presidential candidate African Action Congress
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Omoyele Sowore Presidential candidate African Action Congress

Nigeria 2019 elections: Omoyele Sowore Presidential candidate African Action Congress
The tempo continues to build as we draw closer to the February elections next year. We continue our conversation series with the presidential hopefuls. Some have said it will be a daunting task for anyone who will be running the affairs of the country after the elections next year. Omoyele Sowore; the Presidential candidate for the African Action Congress joins me to share his value proposition for the country.
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The banting diet: pseudoscience or a weight loss miracle?
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The banting diet: pseudoscience or a weight loss miracle?

The banting diet: pseudoscience or a weight loss miracle?
Some have argued that his banting diet borders on pseudoscience and others that it is a miracle weight loss programme. TONIGHT, Bruce Whitfield speaks to Tim Noakes, Discovery Health professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town, about the low carb diet he has been advocating and the science behind it.
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2019 Election |Vice Presidential Debate
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2019 Election |Vice Presidential Debate

2019 Election |Vice Presidential Debate
2019 Election |Vice Presidential Debate
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Obiageli Ezekwesili on Nigeria’s development objectives
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Obiageli Ezekwesili on Nigeria’s development objectives

Nigeria 2019 elections: Obiageli Ezekwesili on Nigeria’s development objectives
Some say it will be a daunting task for anyone who will be at the helm of affairs in Nigeria after the elections next year. But who will be the best person to steer Africa’s largest economy to its desired destination beyond 2019? Obiageli Ezekwesili, Presidential Candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to share her value proposition for the country
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President Cyril Ramaphosa joins Xolani Gwala
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President Cyril Ramaphosa joins Xolani Gwala

President Cyril Ramaphosa joins Xolani Gwala
Almost exactly a year after taking office, President Cyril Ramaphosa is at 702 to take your calls.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa's motorcade arrives for #SONA2018
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President Cyril Ramaphosa's motorcade arrives for #SONA2018

President Cyril Ramaphosa's motorcade arrives for #SONA2018
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers his maiden State of the Nation Address in the National Assembly, a speech that is expected to focus on pulling the nation together.
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ANC President Ramaphosa makes an announcement on land expropriation
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ANC President Ramaphosa makes an announcement on land expropriation

ANC President Ramaphosa makes an announcement on land expropriation
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has just released a recorded message on some of the challenges facing the country, Particularly the issue of Land expropriation.
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Rape account leaves Ramaphosa visibly shaken
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Rape account leaves Ramaphosa visibly shaken

Rape account leaves Ramaphosa visibly shaken
A harrowing account from a rape victim left president Cyril Ramaphosa visibly shaken during the Gender Summit in Centurion, north of Johannesburg on Thursday morning.
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eNews - 23 December 2018
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eNews - 23 December 2018

eNews - 23 December 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Frustrations have been running high at the Lebombo border post. Motorists are waiting for hours to cross into Mozambique.
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EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi talks journalist threats
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EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi talks journalist threats

EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi talks journalist threats
The EFF says it will oppose any attempt to oppose the truth. This follows an ongoing spat with the South African National Editor's Forum, which has lodged a complaint with the Equality Court against the party.
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EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 2
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EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 2

EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 2
The EFF has denied that its leader, Julius Malema called for the attack on journalists....The party's spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi joins us to unpack this issue for us.
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EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 1
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EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 1

EFF responds to media threats allegations Part 1
The EFF has denied that its leader, Julius Malema called for the attack on journalists....The party's spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi joins us to unpack this issue for us.
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EFF supporters accused of trashing Vodacom store
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EFF supporters accused of trashing Vodacom store

EFF supporters accused of trashing Vodacom store
The Economic Freedom Fighters party in Limpopo is denying its members were involved in vandalising a Vodacom store in Polokwane. A speaker at the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards accused the EFF's top two leaders of being "abusers of democracy".
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EFF Floyd Shivambu Warns The DA
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EFF Floyd Shivambu Warns The DA

EFF Floyd Shivambu Warns The DA
Floyd Shivambu of the EFF rejects the Dissolution of the National Assembly and warns the DA. Parliament MY AFRICA welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward. However, we will NOT condone the following: - Racism (including offensive comments based on ethnicity and nationality) - Sexism - Homophobia - Religious intolerance - Cyber bullying - Hate speech - Derogatory language - Comments inciting violence. We strive to make the YouTube (MY AFRICA) community a safe and welcoming space for all.
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Malema speaks to protesters outside Zondo commission
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Malema speaks to protesters outside Zondo commission

Malema speaks to protesters outside Zondo commission
EFF continued to protest outside the inquiry venue as Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan gave his testimony. The EFF has been joined by BLF members in a protest against Gordhan.
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UPDATE: Crash claims life of Mpumalanga govt spokesperson
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UPDATE: Crash claims life of Mpumalanga govt spokesperson

UPDATE: Crash claims life of Mpumalanga govt spokesperson
Tributes continue to pour in following the death of the Mpumalanga Community Safety Security and Liaison spokesperson, Joseph Mabuza. Manhunt for the driver of the bakkie that crashed into Mabuza is still on. Our reporter Mweli Masilela is at the scene of the accident lets cross to him live.
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LATEST: More than 20 people killed in the Limpopo accident
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LATEST: More than 20 people killed in the Limpopo accident

LATEST: More than 20 people killed in the Limpopo accident
More than 20 have been killed in a multi-vehicle pile-up on the N1 between the Kranskop toll plaza and Nylplaza in Limpopo. Police spokesperson Moatshe Ngoepe says a 22-seater minibus overturned and crashed into other vehicles. He says the stretch of the N1 where the crash happened has been closed. Traffic authorities have advised motorists to use alternative routes.
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Nine burnt beyond recognition in Limpopo crash
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Nine burnt beyond recognition in Limpopo crash

Nine burnt beyond recognition in Limpopo crash
Nine people were killed and six injured when a mini bus taxi they were travelling in overturned on the N1 near Nyl plaza toll gate in Limpopo. The driver of the minibus taxi, who is among the dead is reported to have hit a trailer of a tractor.
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Four police officers and civilian killed by truck explosion
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Four police officers and civilian killed by truck explosion

Four police officers and civilian killed by truck explosion
Mokopane, Limpopo - Four police officers and one civilian have been killed in an explosion on the N1 near Mokopane in Limpopo. Police spokesperson Ronel Otto has told eNCA the officers had been attending to the scene of an accident when a truck carrying explosives detonated.
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Mpumalanga Safety spokesperson dies in crash
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Mpumalanga Safety spokesperson dies in crash

Mpumalanga Safety spokesperson dies in crash
Traffic authorities have urged motorists to be cautious as they head to their Christmas destinations. Mpumalanga Community Safety Security and Liaison spokesperson, Joseph Mabuza, was killed in a crash on the N4 in Hectorspruit on Sunday. He died when a bakkie made a U-turn, colliding with his motorcycle. The incident happened just after Mabuza had conducted a traffic safety interview with the SABC.
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14 killed in taxi, truck crash on the R541, Mpumalanga
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14 killed in taxi, truck crash on the R541, Mpumalanga

14 killed in taxi, truck crash on the R541, Mpumalanga
Emergency services say 14 people have died following a head on collision between a minibus taxi and a truck on the R-541 road between Baadplaas and Machadodorp in Mpumalanga this morning. Mpumalanga's Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison Spokesperson Joseph Mabuza says traffic officers are still assessing the accident scene.
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A taxi driver has been placed under citizen’s arrest
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A taxi driver has been placed under citizen’s arrest

A taxi driver has been placed under citizen’s arrest
A taxi driver has been placed under citizen’s arrest just off Jan Smuts avenue in Johannesburg. He allegedly hit and killed a pedestrian. The driver attempted to flee the scene but was stopped by bystanders. eNCA's Slindile Xaba is on the scene.
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Week in One | Farmers fear more attacks | 22 December 2018
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Week in One | Farmers fear more attacks | 22 December 2018

Week in One | Farmers fear more attacks | 22 December 2018
Week in One takes a look at the top stories making headlines, this week.
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UPDATE: Last minute travels on Christmas eve
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UPDATE: Last minute travels on Christmas eve

UPDATE: Last minute travels on Christmas eve
Traffic volumes are peaking in Mthatha as people attempt to do their last minute travels to reach their destinations before Christmas.
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New communications minister visits SABC
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New communications minister visits SABC

New communications minister visits SABC
Communications Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams paid a visit to the SABC headquarters in Johannesburg, today. The minister took time to engage with the board, organised labour and staff. Last month, the public broadcaster announced its decision to retrench over a thousand of its employees. The retrenchments are expected to take effect on February the first next year.
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New Communications minister
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New Communications minister

New Communications minister
President Cyril Ramaphosa's changes to the National Executive included merging the departments of Communications with Telecommunications and Postal Services. They will be headed by the new minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
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SABC refuses comment on the letter sent by Minister Ndabeni Abrahams
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SABC refuses comment on the letter sent by Minister Ndabeni Abrahams

SABC refuses comment on the letter sent by Minister Ndabeni Abrahams
The SABC has refused to comment on the letter that was sent to the board by the Minister of Communications and Postal services Stella Ndabeni Abrahams. The minister has accused the board of not acting in the interest of the SABC, shareholder, and Parliament. This is after the board vowed to go ahead with retrenchments despite the recommendations from various stakeholders to first explore other cost cutting measures.
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Private Security company barring beach-goers at Clifton 4th Beach to comment soon
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Private Security company barring beach-goers at Clifton 4th Beach to comment soon

Private Security company barring beach-goers at Clifton 4th Beach to comment soon
City of Cape Town law enforcement have been told to intervene if a private security company again orders beach-goers to leave the popular Clifton Fourth Beach. The company's security personnel cleared the beach at 8 o' clock in the evening earlier this week, telling people it was closed at night. The City of Cape Town says the company does not have the powers to close beaches or to restrict access.
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Removal of beach goers in Cape Town sparks outrage
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Removal of beach goers in Cape Town sparks outrage

Removal of beach goers in Cape Town sparks outrage
The removal of beach goers from a popular beach in Cape Town has sparked outrage. A private security company, apparently employed by some Clifton residents, moved in to removed people from Clifton's 4th beach on Sunday. The ANC in the Western Cape cried foul when one of its members was told to leave the beach at Sunset. Only City of Cape Town law enforcement officials are allowed to ask people to leave beaches and there are no by-laws stating that beaches must be vacated after sunset. Now there are two groups organising protests.
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Private security company restricts access to Clifton Fourth beach
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Private security company restricts access to Clifton Fourth beach

Private security company restricts access to Clifton Fourth beach
A private security company operating at Cape Town's Clifton Fourth beach has raised the ire of beach-goers and vendors. Beach-goers were allegedly instructed to leave the beach on Sunday evening. The City of Cape Town says the company does not have the powers to close beaches or restrict access.
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City of Cape Town distanced itself from PPA Security
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City of Cape Town distanced itself from PPA Security

City of Cape Town distanced itself from PPA Security
Lobby group Black People's National Crisis Committee has called upon the city of Cape Town to remove security guards at Clifton beach. Now earlier, the City of Cape Town distanced itself from PPA Security.
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Tshwane party cancelled
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Tshwane party cancelled

Tshwane party cancelled
Revellers in the capital city have no official party to go to this New Year's Eve. The City of Tshwane's annual countdown event has been cancelled.
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ANC press conference on Tshwane cancelled
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ANC press conference on Tshwane cancelled

ANC press conference on Tshwane cancelled
The ANC in Tshwane together with COSATU, SACP and SANCO have called an urgent press conference on the violent protests following the announcement of the ANC Tshwane Mayoral candidate.
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A case of land invasion is worrying residents of Marlboro Gardens
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A case of land invasion is worrying residents of Marlboro Gardens

A case of land invasion is worrying residents of Marlboro Gardens
A case of land invasion is worrying residents of Marlboro Gardens. They claim people are occupying vacant land and connecting electricity illegally. They say the crime rate has since increased drastically in the neighbourhood. Janke Tolmay is covering the story.
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Clifton beach drama continues
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Clifton beach drama continues

Clifton beach drama continues
Lobby group, Black People's National Crisis Committee will protest at Clifton tomorrow. National Spokesperson Chumani Maxwele speaks to Jeremy Maggs.
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The safety of visitors to Durban’s famous beaches is guaranteed
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The safety of visitors to Durban’s famous beaches is guaranteed

The safety of visitors to Durban’s famous beaches is guaranteed
The safety of visitors to Durban’s famous beaches is guaranteed. That’s the pledge from the KwaZulu Natal provincial government. Over 250 police officers and cleaning staff, will be deployed around Durban’s beaches, this festive season.
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Cele conducts walkabout at Durban Beach Front
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Cele conducts walkabout at Durban Beach Front

Cele conducts walkabout at Durban Beach Front
Police Minister, Bheki Cele, is satisfied with safety operations around the country over the festive season. He conducted a walkabout at the Durban Beach Front.
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DURBAN BEACHES
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DURBAN BEACHES

DURBAN BEACHES
Four popular Durban beaches have been closed for an emergency sand replenishment process. During this time, members of the public won't be able to bathe or use the beach.
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Beachgoers kicked off in Clifton beach
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Beachgoers kicked off in Clifton beach

Beachgoers kicked off in Clifton beach
The City of Cape Town says the ANC is using the issue of security companies overstepping its limits to push a racial agenda. A private security company is under fire after allegedly illegally kicking people off Clifton Beach.
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eNews - 26 December 2018
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eNews - 26 December 2018

eNews - 26 December 2018
IN THIS BULLETIN: Firefighters are trying to contain a raging wildfire near Hermanus in the Western Cape.
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Rwanda Debate: How the African diaspora can contribute to the continent’s growth
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Rwanda Debate: How the African diaspora can contribute to the continent’s growth

Rwanda Debate: How the African diaspora can contribute to the continent’s growth
Can those in diaspora only power the economies of their countries of origin through remittances? When is usually the right time to decide to return home? In this special, CNBC Africa’s Eugene Anangwe engages three diaspora returnees who are now contributing to Rwanda’s development from their home country.
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EFF to descend on Clifton beach on Sunday
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EFF to descend on Clifton beach on Sunday

EFF to descend on Clifton beach on Sunday
For more on the story we are joined in the Cape Town Studio, by EFF regional secretary, Banzi Dambuza. His party plans to march to the Clifton beach.
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Clifton beachgoers allegedly kicked off beach
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Clifton beachgoers allegedly kicked off beach

Clifton beachgoers allegedly kicked off beach
A private security company in Cape Town is alleged to have kicked beachgoers off Clifton beach after sunset. The City says an investigation into the allegations is underway.
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Illicit gold mining sees SA losing billions
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Illicit gold mining sees SA losing billions

Illicit gold mining sees SA losing billions
According to reports, gold mines in South Africa are being looting on an industrial scale. A research report stated that the country loses an estimate of approximately R14.4 billion a year due to illicit gold mining. It is also said that tons of gold has been illegally shipped out of the country particularly between 2012 and 2016.
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Clifton beach saga raises race questions in SA: Michael Morris
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Clifton beach saga raises race questions in SA: Michael Morris

Clifton beach saga raises race questions in SA: Michael Morris
What happened on Clifton beach last Sunday has raised questions about race in South Africa, the fact that prime property in South Africa is still owned largely by wealthy white people, classism and it's become a political issue as well. Security guards from a private firm allegedly told black people picknicking on a public beach - Clifton 4th beach - to leave. Demonstrators slaughtered a sheep on the beach saying it was to cleanse the area of racism. The protest was organised by a group called the Black People National Crises. Earlier today the beachgoers - including the ANC Western Cape Secretary, Faiez Jacobs, laid a charge against the private security firm. Today ANC members called for people to join a demonstration on Fourth Beach - that kicked off at 5pm. And tomorrow the EFF has arranged transportation for its members saying it wants to paint the beach red from 2pm.
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More protesters are expected to descend on Cape Town's Clifton 4th Beach this evening
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More protesters are expected to descend on Cape Town's Clifton 4th Beach this evening

More protesters are expected to descend on Cape Town's Clifton 4th Beach this evening
More protesters are expected to descend on Cape Town's Clifton 4th Beach this evening. They're showing support for beachgoers who were booted off by a private security company earlier in the week.
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ACSA taken to task for airport theft
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ACSA taken to task for airport theft

ACSA taken to task for airport theft
Airports Company South Africa says it has strict security protocols in place to stop baggage theft.
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Tourists not fazed by Clifton beach drama
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Tourists not fazed by Clifton beach drama

Tourists not fazed by Clifton beach drama
What happened on Clifton beach last Sunday has raised questions about race in South Africa, the fact that prime property in South Africa is still owned largely by wealthy white people, classism and it's become a political issue as well. Security guards from a private firm allegedly told black people picnicking on a public beach - Clifton 4th beach - to leave. Demonstrators slaughtered a sheep on the beach saying it was to cleanse the area of racism. The protest was organised by a group called the Black People National Crises For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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