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15
DEC
5am

12PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* International Relations investigating Shiraaz Mohamed's escape from Syria...And...* EFF delegates focus on policy today
15
DEC
3am

10AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Public Protector denies reports that State Security Agency authored her Reserve Bank report...And...* Two girls killed in a Cape Town fire
15
DEC
2am

9AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* EFF to nominate additional Central Command Team members...And...* An arrest warrant for former Bolivian president
14
DEC
1pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

Police at Aliwal North in the Eastern Cape have arrested a woman in connection with the death of three young men on Tuesday. One of the deceased is the son of the suspect.
14
DEC
12pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Freedom Front Plus (FF PLUS) has criticised the EFF for preventing some media houses from covering the EFF's second elective conference underway at Nasrec, south of Johannesburg.
14
DEC
12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

South Africans have until January 20th next year to challenge Eskom's proposed 17% electricity tariff hike, that will see the power utility recovering over R27 billion believed to have been lost as a result of load shedding.
14
DEC
12pm

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Hawks have seized counterfeit goods worth more than five-million-rand from several shops in Belville, Cape Town. A joint multi-disciplinary team conducted a search and seizure operation while the army and police cordoned off the area.
14
DEC
4am

11 AM BULLETIN

Firms have until the end of January next year to present government with options that could be connected to the grid within three to six months or six to 12 months, if they are selected in a procurement process. The Energy Department published a document yesterday requesting information from the power industry on options for between two-thousand and three-thousand megawatts of new power generation capacity. On Wednesday President Cyril Ramaphosa said Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan would present proposals on solving the crisis to the cabinet meeting on that day. Ramaphosa had called the meeting after Eskom implemented the most extensive power cuts in more than a decade earlier this week, disrupting supply to businesses and households. The loadshedding forced some miners to temporarily cut output.

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