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The bus in which ten people were killed outside Polokwane in Limpopo was coming from Zimbabwe. The bus was carrying 59 passengers from Harare to Johannesburg when it overtuned and landed on its side on the N1 south outside Polokwane this morning. The road has been closed as officers are still clearing the scene of the crash. Limpopo acting traffic head, Allen Matsila, says the injured have been taken to hospital.
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2pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

The report of the Moerane Commission has revealed not all killings of politicians which took place at the Glebelands Hostel in uMlazi south of Durban are related to politics. The report shows that some killings are linked to criminality. Several people were killed in the hostel.
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1pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

Economists have warned consumers to brace themselves for a possible rate hike soon. This after three members of the Monetary Policy Committee voted for a 25-basis-point rate increase during their discussions. Four members of the Committee preferred a no-change stance that was adopted.
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12pm

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

Ajay Gupta has denied that he ever met former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas. In a statement sent to the Commission into State Capture Ajay Gupta says he was not even at his home in Saxonwold on the day of the alleged meeting of the 23rd of October saying he has alibis at his Oakbay offices in Sandton who can attest to his presence there that day. Gupta was responding to allegations made by Jonas that Ajay Gupta tried to bribe and intimidate him into accepting the position of Finance Minister in 2015.
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11am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

Parliament's Constitutional Review Committee has heard that an overwhelming majority of people want Section 25 of the Constitution to be reviewed. The Committee was formed to establish if the section of the Constitution dealing with expropriation of land should be amended. It has received more than 600-thousand written submissions and held public hearings all over the country.
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10am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee has kept the repo rates unchanged at 6.5 percent as expected. Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has also raised concerns about the impact of higher oil prices and a weaker rand on inflation.
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9am

SAFM 3PM

DA leader Mmusi Maimane wants the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to call what he describes as - "12 ANC witnesses" - including President Cyril Ramaphosa - to testify. Maimane says the DA lawyers have written to the Zondo Commission giving reasons why the 12 should be called as witnesses. They include President Ramaphosa, his Deputy David Mabuza, Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe and former President Jacob Zuma. Mercedes Besent reports
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SAFM 2PM

A full bench in the High Court in Pretoria has granted former President Jacob Zuma the right to intervene in the leave to appeal the state capture report case. Zuma wants leave to appeal the December 13th court judgement that ordered him to personally pay legal costs of reviewing former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela's remedial action for the institution of the State Capture inquiry. The EFF, DA, COPE and UDM as well as CASAC opposed the application.
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1am

SAFM 7AM NEWS BULLETIN

A challenge by the EFF to the use of the apartheid-era Riotous Assembly Act to charge its leader, Julius Malema, will be heard in the High Court in Pretoria today. Malema was charged after calling for a land grab. Amos Phago reports.
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12am

SAFM 6AM NEWS BULLETIN

Judgement in the DA's challenge to the legality of the Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting that ousted Athol Trollip as mayor, is expected today in the High Court in Port Elizabeth. Part of the DA's argument is that the presence of expelled DA councillor Mbulelo Manyathi at the meeting meant there was no quorum, as his membership had been terminated. Manyathi abstained during voting, which led to the ousting of council speaker Jonathan Lawack. Trollip was then ousted in a subsequent vote. A new coalition led by the ANC and UDM currently controls the Metro. Mcebisi Ngqina reports...
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11pm

SAFM 5AM NEWS BULLETIN

The ANC's head of presidency Zizi Kodwa says convicted fraudster, Kessie Nair, needs to face the full might of the law for referring to President Cyril Ramaphosa with the derogatory K-word. In a video that has been circulating on social media, Nair stands by his actions. He accuses Ramaphosa of oppressing and failing South Africa while not doing enough to fight crime and unemployment. Kodwa says South Africa has no place for such racist behaviour:
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SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

The ANC has re-assured farmers it's land expropriation without compensation policy will be applied with the necessary caution. The governing party met with the African Farmers Association of South Africa in Kempton Park as part of an ongoing dialogue aimed to clarify the policy to affected stakeholders.

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