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17
JUN
6am

12PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Thirty-five people killed in Limpopo crashes this long weekend...And...* National Assembly speaker declines DA debate on Eskom
17
JUN
5am

11AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Identities of six people killed in a Limpopo crash yesterday yet been established...And...* Soweto residents to march against crime
17
JUN
4am

10AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Twenty-four people killed in a multi vehicle collision in Limpopo...And...* The funeral for a teacher killed at his school
17
JUN
3am

9AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Twenty-four people now confirmed dead in a Limpopo horror crash...And...* Ethiopian Airlines CEO lashes out at a US congressman
17
JUN
1am

7AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Ramaphosa speaks on benefits of technology and young people...And...* Boris Johnson a no show at Brexit debate
17
JUN
12am

6AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Government committed to provide the youth with all available opportunities ...And...* Omar Al Bashir charged in Sudan
16
JUN
1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Three more people have died and 15 others injured in another crash in Limpopo.The crash took place when a mini-bus and a car collided between Setlaboswane and Mphane villages at Sekhukhune outside Polokwane.
16
JUN
12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

EFF leader, Julius Malema EFF leader Julius Malema has urged the Youth to liberate their minds. Malema has emphasized that the 1976 generation was driven by Black Consciousness when they protested against the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in schools. He has been addressing the Youth Day commemoration at the University of Fort Hare at Alice, in the Eastern Cape. Malema has urged students to take their studies seriously at all times.
16
JUN
11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the country's economy stands to benefit from the technology industry. Ramaphosa says more technical schools will be introduced as a step towards providing skills to the youth. He was addressing scores of young people at the main youth day celebrations in Polokwane.
16
JUN
10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has urged young people to avoid teenage pregnancy and substance abuse and start their own businesses. He was speaking at the 43rd anniversary of the 1976 Soweto Uprising at Impumelelo Stadium in Dundee, northern KwaZulu-Natal.
16
JUN
9am

SAFM 3PM NEWS BULLETIN

Government will revitalise the education system to re-skill the youth for the job market. President Cyril Ramaphosa has told scores of young people at the Polokwane Cricket Club that TVET colleges will offer courses in technology and science, that are relevant to the economic development of the country.

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