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21
JAN
1pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

Police in the Western Cape are investigating after a vehicle plunged down the Voelkip cliff near Herolds Bay, killing a mother and her 2-year-old daughter. Rescue officials are still searching for the body of the 2-year-old girl. The body of the 34-year-old mother has been recovered.
21
JAN
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Police divers are searching for the body of a 2-year-old girl in Voelklip near Herolds Bay in the Southern Cape, after the car she was travelling in plunged down the cliff. The body of the 34-year-old mother, who was driving, has been recovered. It's suspected that the woman may have lost control of her vehicle. Her 8-year-old son managed to escape.
21
JAN
9am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

President Cyril Ramaphosa says he was deeply saddened to hear that Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu, passed away. Mthembu passed away earlier today from COVID-19 related complications.
21
JAN
8am

SAFM 3pm News Bulletin

NEWS JUST IN

Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu, has passed away from COVID-19 related complications. Minister Mthembu tested positive earlier this year together with several ministers.

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21
JAN
7am

SAFM 2pm News Bulletin

The murder case related to the VBS saga against a 27-year-old man has been postponed to the 30th of April at the Thohoyandou magistrate's court in Limpopo today. Thabo Sibanze is accused of killing Ronald Mani who was SAMWU leader in the Vhembe district municipality. Mani was against public money being invested into the VBS Mutual Bank. Vhembe district municipality lost more than 300-million rand in the defunct VBS mutual bank. Michael Makungo reports...

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(Sibanze made his first court appearance for this year, today. When the matter proceeded the court asked Sibanze if he has a lawyer representing him. Sabanze told the court that he does not have lawyer and he does not need a lawyer to represent him. The court then postponed the matter to the 30th of April. This after director of public prosecution-DPP gave police instructions to finalize investigations. Sibanze has been remanded in custody.)

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21
JAN
6am

SAFM 1pm News Bulletin

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) says its confident its case against Public Protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane is watertight. Mkhwebane briefly appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court where the matter was postponed to the 25th of March. Mkhwebane is facing three charges of perjury. The charges relate to her handling of the controversial ABSA/Bankorp report where she allegedly lied about the number of times she met with former President Jacob Zuma, the contents of the meeting and discussed the final report with the former president. In 2019 the constitutional court found that Mkhwebane lied under oath and acted in bad faith in the way she investigated the matter. Mkhwebane has indicated she intends to file an application to have the charges withdrawn. NPA spokesperson, Sipho Ngwema...

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(So if anyone says we have cooked the charges here, they must look at the matters, they must also look at the docket.They will see that these are formidable charges based on facts and you will see that those affidavits were signed under oath on three instances so there cant be anywhere one says those are manufactured. These are true charges, they emanate from cases and also the court themselves have said you need to investigate and also take action )

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21
JAN
5am

SAFM 12pm News Bulletin

The lawyer for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has told the Pretoria Magistrate's Court that they intend applying for the dismissal of all charges against her which they deem " frivolous." Advocate Dali Mpofu represented Mkhwebane during her court appearance this morning on three charges of perjury in relation to a damning Constitutional Court ruling against her which found she may have been biased in her investigation into the Absa-Bankorp matter. Head of Accountability Now, Paul Hoffman laid criminal charges against Mkhwebane in 2019 after the ConCourt judgment. The state and defence reached mutual agreement on the postponement. The matter was postponed to the 25th of March. Mpofu says if their application is denied they will then approach the High Court.........

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< I would also like to place on record just to put our intentions as to what will happen during that period in perspective. The intention is to make representations for the withdrawal of the charges which we regard as frivolous and contrived. We will therefore report back to the court on the 25th of March as to the progress in that regard but our predeliction is that if the request is not granreted then our instructions might well include making an application in the high court. >
21
JAN
4am

SAFM 11am News Bulletin

The Eastern Cape Executive Council has placed the cash strapped Amathole District Municipality under administration. The EXCO invoked section139 (5) (a) of the Constitution to oversee the affairs of the municipality. Two weeks ago, the municipality announced that it won't be able to pay the salaries of its employees, councillors and traditional leaders for four months. It has approached national government requesting R180 million to pay staff salaries. Briefing the media, provincial government spokesperson, Mvusiwekhaya Sicwetsha says a team led by COGTA MEC, Xolile Nqatha will monitor the implementation of the municipality's financial recovery plan.

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( A technical team from both the national and the provincial government will be sent to support the implementation of the financial recovery plan aimed at securing the municipality's ability to meet its obligations to provide basic services or its financial commitments, as provided for in Section 139 (5) (a) of the Constitution of our country. A monthly report of the implementation of this Constitutional intervention will be submitted to theExecutive Council of the Provincial government by the MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs on a regular basis.)

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21
JAN
3am

SAFM 10am News Bulletin

The Pretoria Magistrate's Court has postponed the case of perjury against Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, to the 25th of March. Mkhwebane appeared this morning, on three charges of perjury in relation to a damning Constitutional Court ruling against her which found she may have been biased in her investigation into the Absa-Bankorp matter. Head of Accountability Now, Paul Hoffman laid criminal charges against Mkhwebane in 2019 after the ConCourt judgment. The state and defence reached mutual agreement on the postponement. Magistrate Adriaan Bekker says the postponement is to allow for the parties to sort out any pre-trial issues........

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20
JAN
1pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

The newly sworn-in president of the United States Joe Biden has called for more mutual respect, saying that unity is necessary for American greatness. He was delivering his inaugural speech at the US Capitol in Washington.
20
JAN
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu, says she never ordered police to use a water canon on crowds of social grant beneficiaries at the SASSA office in Bellville Cape Town. Chaotic scenes played out last week when hundreds of people were trying to apply or renew social grants.
20
JAN
10am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

Donald and Melania Trump have left the White House for the last time. The outgoing president delivered his final speech at a military send-off at Joint Base Andrews before flying to his resort in Florida.

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