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6am

SAFM 12pm News Bulletin

Residents of Orange Farm south of Johannesburg have called for more protection from police for their children. This came out during the funeral of friends, 6-year-old Simphiwe Mncina and 8-year-old Mpho Makondo whose bodies were found lying on the street last Saturday. They had been reported missing the previous day. The community have accused the local police of not doing enough to protect them especially children. Mourners gathered at the local community hall in Orange farm to bid the two children farewell and they are being buried today. Among the mourners was Johannesburg Public Safety MMC Margaret Arnolds...

IN' It pains... OUT...bright future' DUR: 31'

TEXT: It pains me because it is the third time I'm standing here and saying all these things. It is the third time that we are saying enough is enough. How much is enough. How much is it going to take us to get this enough done.. I have become tired of standing in front of coffins of little children and had a bright future.

Ditaba Tsotetsi jhb 26/9/20 tsp mamokete
26
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5am

SAFM 11am News Bulletin

The funeral service of two children found murdered in a street in Orange Farm south of Johannesburg is underway. Six-year-old Simphiwe Mncina and 9-year-old Mpho Makondo were reported missing last week Friday. Their bodies were found the following day. The alleged kidnapping and murder of children have been in the spotlights recently prompting residents of Orange Farm to embark on a march on Wednesday calling for more police protection against their children. Ditaba Tsotetsi reports...

IN: OUT: DUR:

TEXT: The Orange farm community hall is packed with residents coming out to pay their last respects to the two children. While the speakers are taking turns to the podium to describe how loving, wonderful and inseparable Simphiwe and Mpho were even in their death, outside the hall a group of women dressed in black are picketing, chanting and holding placards written 'STOP KILLING OUR CHILDREN. They have blamed the local police for the murders of children - the third such murder in just five months - and have accused the officers not doing enough to protect these innocent souls. The children will be laid to rest at Funvalley cemetery near Eldorado Park.

Ditaba Tsotetsi jhb 26/9/20 tsp mamokete
26
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4am

SAFM 10am News Bulletin

The funeral service of two children found murdered in a street in Orange Farm south of Johannesburg is underway. Six-year-old Simphiwe Mncina and 9-year-old Mpho Makondo were reported missing last week Friday. Their bodies were found the following day. The alleged kidnapping and murder of children have been in the spotlights recently prompting residents of Orange Farm to embark on a march on Wednesday calling for more police protection against their children. Ditaba Tsotetsi reports...

IN: OUT: DUR:

TEXT: The Orange farm community hall is packed with residents coming out to pay their last respects to the two children. While the speakers are taking turns to the podium to describe how loving, wonderful and inseparable Simphiwe and Mpho were even in their death, outside the hall a group of women dressed in black are picketing, chanting and holding placards written 'STOP KILLING OUR CHILDREN. They have blamed the local police for the murders of children - the third such murder in just five months - and have accused the officers not doing enough to protect these innocent souls. The children will be laid to rest at Funvalley cemetery near Eldorado Park.

Ditaba Tsotetsi jhb 26/9/20 tsp mamokete
26
SEP
3am

SAFM 9am News Bulletin

The National Health and Allied Workers Union, NEHAWU, is expected to report to its members and leadership today - on developments following a meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday. Union leaders raised issues over insufficient personal protective equipment for front-line healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic - as well as disputes over salary increases, among others. The meeting agreed to have future engagements between government and unions - with a task team being required to address the issues affecting the health sector. Tyrone Seale is the Acting Spokersperson to the President…

[TAKE: SB
INCUE: The meeting
OUTCUE: at large
TO: 0'32"
DURATION:0'32"]

TEXT: The meeting agreed that government and NEHAWU will continue to work on the issues raised in the NEHAWU memorandum that are currently being discussed by task teams comprising government and NEHAWU. Reports of these task teams will be presented soon to a meeting of senior leadership of government and public sector unions who will meet again to develop solutions in the interest of workers, the public sector and the nation and economy at large.

Risha-Maduray/SAFM-Weeknd Abongile@Poldesk 26/09/2020
26
SEP
2am

SAFM 8am News Bulletin

Nelson Mandela Bay ANC politician, Andile Lungisa, has opted to remain in jail despite being granted bail of 10-thousand rand in the Grahamstown High Court in Makhanda. This came as a surprise to his supporters and the media - who were waiting outside of the North End prison yesterday. Lungisa applied for bail while awaiting a decision for his application in the Constitutional Court - for leave to appeal his two year prison sentence for assault. He was convicted of hitting DA Councillor Ryno Kayser over the head with a glass jug during a Council Meeting in 2016. Lungisa's brother, Ayongezwa Lungisa, says they had the funds for his release but his politician sibling opted to complete the programmes he has started in prison ....

[TAKE: SB
NAME: sb add LUNGISA
INCUE: When we came.....
OUTCUE: .....a decision.
DURATION:0'38"]

(What i can say is that when we came here as a family we came with money ,because already when we left Grahamstown we were able to anticipate that the money could be more or less 10 to 15 thousand as a bail, we had that money.but when we arrived in port elizabeth, we were called by his legal team for a brief interaction where they would have indicated that they got an instruction from him that he requests that he be given time to conclude all the programs he wouldve have started. those programs didn't start now in 2020.in 2018 when he would've served 15 days here, he wouldve started those programs and he wants to finish them as part of showing to the public that where courts take decisions, where such decisions are not changed, he is willing to abide by such decisions.)

Lerato@pe 25/09/2020 ed:PBL cje mamokete
26
SEP
1am

SAFM 7am News Bulletin

Basic Education says it's worried about the number of matric learners who've dropped out of school this year. Just last month the Department told parliament that it's projections are that over 52-thousand learners in grade seven and over 23- thousand matriculants would not return to class. It's emerged that about 18-percent of all Gauteng learners, from Grades one to matric, have not gone back to school after several Covid-19 related disruptions to schooling. But national Education spokesperson, Elijah Mhlanga, says some learners might have opted for home schooling. Mhlanga says of bigger concern is the Grade 12 learners who've absconded....

[TAKE: SB
INCUE: Drop out rate...
OUTCUE: ...12 learners.]

(drop out rate is still a problem because we want all our learners back at school but if there is no way of verifying why they are not coming back it becomes difficult for us, because we don't want a drop-out rate particularly at matric level so we hope as we finalise the numbers we will get a good idea of how many of our learners have not returned to school especially our grade 12 learners.)

in: drop out... out:..grade 12 learners dur:30"

jhb.angela 25/09 nd cje mamokete
26
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12am

SAFM 6am News Bulletin

Basic Education says it's worried about the number of matric learners who've dropped out of school this year. Just last month the Department told parliament that it's projections are that over 52-thousand learners in grade seven and over 23- thousand matriculants would not return to class. It's emerged that about 18-percent of all Gauteng learners, from Grades one to matric, have not gone back to school after several Covid-19 related disruptions to schooling. But national Education spokesperson, Elijah Mhlanga, says some learners might have opted for home schooling. Mhlanga says of bigger concern is the Grade 12 learners who've absconded....

[TAKE: SB
INCUE: Drop out rate...
OUTCUE: ...12 learners.]

(drop out rate is still a problem because we want all our learners back at school but if there is no way of verifying why they are not coming back it becomes difficult for us, because we don't want a drop-out rate particularly at matric level so we hope as we finalise the numbers we will get a good idea of how many of our learners have not returned to school especially our grade 12 learners.)

in: drop out... out:..grade 12 learners dur:30"

jhb.angela 25/09 nd cje mamokete
25
SEP
1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Basic Education says it's worried about the number of matric learners who've dropped out of school this year. Just last month the Department told parliament that it's projections are that over 52 000 learners in grade seven and over 23 000 matriculants would not return to class.
25
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12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Close to 40-percent of women who are in the workforce have been infected with the coronavirus. This was revealed by Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi while answering an EFF Parliamentary question in the National Council of Provinces.
25
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11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

18 percent of Gauteng learners haven't gone back to class following Covid-19 related disruptions to schooling. Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, has called on parents to let their children return and not to give up on the school year.
25
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10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Dozens of climate change activists have staged a protest outside Parliament. The protesters have urged government to take decisive action to mitigate the impacts of climate change.
25
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3am

SAFM 9am News Bulletin

The provincial executive committee of the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association in KwaZulu-Natal say they are yet to decide on the action to be taken against a group of disgruntled members, who have since the early hours of this morning, decided to shutdown streets in and around Durban. The group says they are dissatisfied with the levels of corruption and unemployment in the country. They say they also want assistance from government to live adequately. MKMVA secretary in KwaZulu-Natal, Jazzman Mthembu says the PEC was not consulted on the plans to shutdown the province ...

[TAKE: SB
NAME: am mkmva protest
INCUE: for now
OUTCUE: them]

(For now we have in mind that the PEC need to meet to discuss what the Comrades have decided to do embarking on a protest but the concerns they are raising we know them.)

dbn/nonkululeko/minoshni 24/9 mamokete

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