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15
JAN
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

At least one person is believed to have been killed and four others hurt in the attack by militant group, Al Shabaab, on an upmarket hotel and office complex in Nairobi, Kenya
15
JAN
9am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Officials in Kenya say two explosions coupled with gunfire have been heard at an upmarket hotel and office complex in the capital Nairobi. Witnesses at the Dusit Hotel have contacted media outlets saying they are under attack. Local media reports smoke rising from the building but the exact intensity and details of the siege is not yet known.
15
JAN
7am

14 PM BULLETIN

Trade Union, Solidarity, says it has appointed a legal team to represent Elana Barkhuizen, the teacher who was suspended by the North West Education Department over the pictures allegedly showing learners separated by race.
A picture was circulated online last week of black children separated from their white counterparts in a classroom at the Schweizer- Reneke Laerskool.
Barkhuizen has been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation.
15
JAN
7am

13 PM BULLETIN

Trade Union, Solidarity, says it will be going to court to attempt to have the suspension of Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke teacher, Elana Barkhuizen lifted as a matter of urgency. This after a picture went viral on social media last week of black children separated from white children at the school in the North West. Barkhuizen has been suspended by the education authorities pending the outcome of an investigation. Solidarity CEO, Dirk Hermann, was speaking during a media briefing in Centurion, Gauteng…
15
JAN
4am

11 AM BULLETIN

Advocacy group, Right2Know, says the State Capture Inquiry is likely to reveal further widespread allegations of corruption at state-run institutions - as well as performance politics playing a part in the lead-up to the year's general elections. The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is set to resume in Parktown, Johannesburg, tomorrow. Last year, the inquiry heard from various witnesses. Expected to appear at the commission in the coming months will be - among others - former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor, Duduzane Zuma, President Cyril Ramaphosa and members from the Black First Land First party.
15
JAN
3am

10 AM BULLETIN

Criticism is mounting against Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa following reports that he had hired a luxury jet to transport him on his trip abroad - amid a deepening crisis in his home country over sky-high fuel prices. Mnangagwa left Zimbabwe on Sunday for a two-week trip to Russia and four other countries in efforts to deepen bilateral and economic cooperation. He left after announcing a 150 percent increase in the price of fuel - resulting in violent protests across the country. At least 200 people have been arrested and an unspecified number killed.
15
JAN
2am

SAFM 9AM NEWS BULLETIN

Trade union Solidarity is expected today expected to announce the steps it'll take against the North West Education Department over the suspension of a Laerskool Schwaiza-Reneke teacher. Elana Barkhuizen was suspended by the Education Department after a photo was circulated on social media showing black and white Grade-R learners sitting at separate tables. Solidarity has described her suspension as unlawful.
The organisation's CEO, Dirk Hermann..
15
JAN
1am

SAFM 8AM NEWS BULLETIN

Trade union Solidarity is expected today expected to announce the steps it'll take against the North West Education Department over the suspension of a Laerskool Schwaiza-Reneke teacher. Elana Barkhuizen was suspended by the Education Department after a photo was circulated on social media showing black and white Grade-R learners sitting at separate tables.
Solidarity has described her suspension as unlawful. The organisation's CEO, Dirk Hermann...
14
JAN
11pm

SAFM 6AM NEWS BULLETIN

Officials in Zimbabwe say an unspecified number of people have been killed following violent protests that erupted yesterday over a shocking increase in fuel prices. Protesters burnt tyres and barricaded roads, while cars were torched, after the fuel price rocketed by a massive 150 percent, amid fuel shortages. In Rand terms, it costs over 43-rand to buy a litre of petrol. At least 13 people were injured in yesterday's clashes between protestors and police. SABC News correspondent, Ephert Musekiwa, has more on those who were injured...
14
JAN
10pm

SAFM 5AM NEWS BULLETIN

Public hearings are to continue today* into Eskom's application to energy regulator, NERSA, for a 15 percent annual tariff increase for each of the next three years. An energy expert has criticised Eskom's proposed tariff hike - labelling it as premature. Eskom currently finds itself in debt of about 419 billion rand. Energy expert Ted Blom has told the hearing in Cape Town that there were a few aspects which need to be considered before the power utility could propose it's three year price year trajectory....
14
JAN
1pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

The family of late soccer legend, Phil Masinga, says he will be laid to rest next Thursday with one of two memorial services to be held in Johannesburg this Friday. Details of the funeral arrangements have not yet been released.
14
JAN
12pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

At least 13 people have been wounded - after being shot during protests against a shocking fuel price hike in Zimbabwe. This is according to The Zim Association of Doctors for Human Rights. President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a 150-percent rise in the price of petrol and diesel over the weekend -- as the country battles its worst fuel shortage - in a decade.

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