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16
JUN
6am

SAFM NEWS 12h00 16-06-2019

Gauteng Premier David Makhura urges youth to speak up about problems, DA says government should adopt DA policies to deal with youth unemployment, 2 security guards shot dead in KZN tavern attack, 2 dead in Eastern Cape crash, Hong Kong protesters demand scrapping of extradition law and for leader Carrie Lam to resign
16
JUN
4am

SAFM NEWS 10h00 16-06-2019

Six burnt to death in Limpopo road crash, Polokwane youth want President Ramaphosa to tackle drug problem, Hector Pieterson Memorial hosts JHB Youth Day event, CT police arrest three suspects one who faces murder charge.
16
JUN
4am

SAFM NEWS 09h00 16-06-2019

Youth day commemoration preparations; President Ramaphosa to speak in Polokwane, Hector Pieterson Memorial in JHB, EFF leader Julius Malema to address current youth issues, ANC caucus welcomes 5 new MPs, Eastern Cape police investigate after Councillor killed, Hong Kong citizens continue protests, urging Carrie Lam to step down.
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RE re sb JHB Youth Day (coming)

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NEW MPS

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SB nu Honk Kong (coming)
16
JUN
12am

SAFM NEWS 06h00 16-06-2019

Youth Day loses its meaning, Jeff Radebe denies claims made by Mxolisi Nxasana against him at State Capture Inquiry, Six detainees escape NW police cells, SA photographer Justin Sullivan up for international award, first service held at Notre Dam Cathedral since it burned down
15
JUN
1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

The National SPCA says it will be seeking legal advice to reverse the Johannesburg Zoo's decision to bring in two elephants from the Eastern Cape in the facility.
15
JUN
12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula has vowed to clamp down on traffic offenders. Mbalula has been speaking at the funeral of a traffic officer at Libode in the Eastern Cape. Luthando Rasta Ndamase was knocked down by an alleged speeding taxi driver he tried to pull over on Nelson Mandela Drive in Mthatha.
15
JUN
11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

Police minister Bheki Cele has called for the shut down of hijacked buildings as they are believed to be often a hive of criminal activities. Cele was addressing the Yeovillle community in Johannesburg, during an imbizo.
15
JUN
10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Yeoville community in Johannesburg have expressed anger over the high crime rate in the suburb. They have voiced their concern to Minister of Police Bheki Cele and Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi at the community imbizo underway at the Yeoville recreational centre.
15
JUN
9am

SAFM 3PM NEWS BULLETIN

he Long Distance Truckers' Association has condemned the death of a truck driver whose vehicle was petrol-bombed near Touws River in the Western Cape earlier this month. The Association announced on its Facebook page that Bernard Groenewald succumbed to third degree burn wounds in hospital last night. His attackers hurled two petrol bombs at his truck when he pulled over to rest next to the N-One near Touws River.
15
JUN
8am

SAFM 2PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Long Distance Truckers' Association has called on the authorities to protect truck drivers in the wake of the continued attacks on them in parts of the country. The association was reacting to the death of one of its members Bernard Groenewald whose truck was petrol bombed earlier this month on the N-one near Touws River in the Western Cape.
15
JUN
6am

12PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Custom officials confiscate 12-million Rand worth of drugs...And...* A group of SA teenagers take to the skies in their self built aircraft
15
JUN
4am

10AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* Five members of the same family killed in an Mpumalanga crash...And...* A shipping association warns about tensions in the Gulf of Oman

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