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17
DEC
1pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

Bo-Kaap residents have welcomed a decision by Arts and Culture Minister, Nathi Mthethwa to declare the Bo-Kaap as a national heritage site.The Bo-Kaap is situated in the heart of Cape Town and is steeped in history, including being the birthplace of Islam in South Africa.
17
DEC
12pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

The City of Cape Town has urged the public to not bring alcohol to beaches. Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security, JP Smith, and Executive Director for Safety, Richard Bosman, visited beaches along the Atlantic seaboard today to check on readiness.
17
DEC
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Arts and Culture Minister, Nathi Mthethwa, says a process is underway to declare the Bo-Kaap in Cape Town a national heritage site. He says public consultation hearings will begin early in the new year.
17
DEC
9am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Former acting CEO of Prasa, Collins Letsoalo, has rejected an apology offered to him by the Sunday Times. Addressing the media in Pretoria, Letsoalo says he is taking civil action against the newspaper despite its apology, which he claims is not enough. The newspaper retracted a story about Letsoalo in which it accused him of hiking his salary by 350 percent.
17
DEC
8am

SAFM 3PM NEWS BULLETIN

Sun International says the damage to its Sun City resort in the North West, following a massive storm over the weekend, could amount to millions of rands. Emergency services are still assessing the extent of the damage after at least 200 rooms in the different hotels were flooded.
17
DEC
7am

SAFM 2PM NEWS BULLETIN

The number of deaths on roads in three coastal provinces over the long weekend has risen to at least 75, with the news that the Eastern Cape has experienced a total of 22 fatalities reported from various incidents across the province since Friday. The Western Cape has reported 34 fatalities over the holIday weekend and KwaZulu-Natal 19.
17
DEC
5am

SAFM 12PM NEWS BULLETIN

Mthatha police in the Eastern Cape say a 48-year-old man shot his THREE children before turning the gun on himself uicide in their home in the suburb of Northcrest last night. The children were aged betwen six and nine. The motive for the murder and suicide is unknown at the moment. Police spokesperson Dineo Koena says the incident happened around midnight, and the four bodies were recovered this morning inside their home. An inquest docket has been opened.
17
DEC
4am

SAFM 11AM NEWS BULLETIN

Four family members have been found dead inside a house at Northcrest in Mthatha, Eastertn Cape. It's alleged that all four victims were shot dead inside their home. Police are on thr scene and we'll have more details as the story develops.
17
DEC
1am

SAFM 8AM NEWS BULLETIN

Acting Gauteng Provincial Police Commissioner - Max Masha has expressed his condolences to the families of two officers who lost their lives in two separate road incidents this weekend. In the first one near Atteridgeville in Pretoria west, an officer was run over by an alleged drunk driver at a roadblock on the R511 and R512 roads. The other officer, who was off-duty at the time lost his life when the vehicle he was travelling in crashed into a truck on the R21 near Olifantsfontein, south of Pretoria. Gauteng Police spokesperson Mathapelo Peters....
17
DEC
12am

SAFM 7AM NEWS BULLETIN

The CEO of retail giant, Edcon, has assured its workers that their jobs are safe. Grant Pattison says the group, which owns Edgars, Jet and CNA is in the process of finalising a deal that will be announced soon. He's admitted that the company has been experiencing financial problems for several years, but rejects a Sunday Times report that the group is on the brink of collapse. The newspaper said Edcon's stores were about to close, leaving around 140-thousand workers without jobs. Pattison has appealed to the company's employees not to panic:
16
DEC
11pm

SAFM 6AM NEWS BULLETIN

The CEO of retail giant, Edcon, has assured its workers that their jobs are safe. Grant Pattison says the group, which owns Edgars, Jet and CNA is in the process of finalising a deal that will be announced soon. He's admitted that the company has been experiencing financial problems for several years, but rejects a Sunday Times report that the group is on the brink of collapse. The newspaper said Edcon's stores were about to close, leaving around 140-thousand workers without jobs. Pattison has appealed to the company's employees not to panic:
16
DEC
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Retail giant, Edcon, has given the assurance that a new deal on its sustainability is imminent. It says reports that its stores are about to close are not true. The closure of the stores would have resulted in thousands of employees losing their jobs.

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