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25
OCT
12pm

SAFM 7PM NEWS BULLETIN

The Miss South Africa Organisation says it takes full responsibility for the unauthorised entry into the hotel room of one of the judges of the Miss SA pageant, Anele Mdoda. Mdoda tweeted that two men had barged into her room with their own key while she was not in her room. Her designer was however in the room. CEO of the Miss SA Organisation, Stephanie Weill says because the hotel was closed to the public for the duration of the Miss SA pageant, they had organised their own security. She says two of their security members went into Mdoda's room when they mistakenly thought someone had accessed her room without permission at a time when they knew she was not there.
25
OCT
11am

SAFM 6PM NEWS BULLETIN

The city of Johannesburg has reacted to the deaths of two teenagers by calling on the public not to swim in streams - but to rather use the designated municipal swimming pools. Two teenagers drowned in a stream in Kliptown, Soweto. One teen survived and was taken to Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital for medical care.
25
OCT
10am

SAFM 5PM NEWS BULLETIN

There has been mixed reaction to the resurgence of the coronavirus in South Africa with some people still not taking the need to wear masks, social distance and wash hands seriously enough. The department of health has warned the public to continue to adhere to COVID-19 regulations as the number of new cases is on the rise again.
25
OCT
9am

SAFM 4PM NEWS BULLETIN

Cricket South Africa has announced the resignation of the Acting President, Beresford Williams and four other board members. Williams quit along with the President of the Northerns Cricket Union, Tebogo Siko, President of Boland Cricket Union, Angelo Carolissen; Deputy President of Limpopo Impala Cricket, John Mogodi and President of the Eastern Province Cricket Union, Donovan May.
25
OCT
7am

SAFM 2PM NEWS BULLETIN

Reigning Miss South Africa, Shudufhadzo Musida, says she is inspired by her predecessor, Zozibini Tunzi and her natural look. Musida has received positive messages on social media especially for her natural look with her short shaven hairstyle.
25
OCT
4am

11 AM BULLETIN

The South African Police Service has denied allegations that there are different rules applied for Blacks and Whites during protest action in South Africa. The police say race is not used as the basis in managing public protests. This was revealed by the Police minister, Bheki Cele in his reply to a written parliamentary question by the EFF permanent delegate to the National Council of Provinces Slindile Luthuli. Abongwe Kobokana reports.
25
OCT
3am

10:00 AM BULLETIN

The EFF has weighed in on the ENDSARS protests across Nigeria against alleged police brutality and called on President Muhammadu Buhari to recognise that people have the right to be on the streets and protest. On Friday Nigerian President held a virtual meeting with former Nigerian heads of state, current heads of security agencies and top government officials as authorities in the commercial capital Lagos struggled to enforce a curfew imposed to contain anger over a crackdown on anti-police protesters. EFF Head of International Relations, Godrich Gardee says as a democratic country, Nigeria should respect and protect its citizens during times of unrests...
25
OCT
2am

09:00 AM BULLETIN

Labour Union, BEMAWU, has accused the SABC of unreasonably refusing unions an extension to the Section 189 consultation process. This after the SABC failed to respond to a letter by midday yesterday. BEMAWU had demanded a response from the public broadcaster to return to talks over possible retrenchments. Amongst others, the union demands that the SABC confirm in writing that it will return - with immediate effect - to the consultative process and that no members affiliated to BEMAWU will be dismissed. The SABC - in its June section 189 notice - said that as many as 600 full time workers could be retrenched. BEMAWU's President, Hannes Du Buisson, says they are likely to approach the Labour Court this week…
25
OCT
2am

08:00 AM BULLETIN

ANC Secretary General, Ace Magashule, says he believes the party will always have a special place in the hearts of the voters across the country. He says the up-coming bi-elections at local government level next month, will see the ANC emerge victorious. Magashule was in Ekurhuleni for a door-to-door campaign ahead of the bi-elections, urging potential voters to give the ANC a chance to show that it has improved and is more than willing to listen to the needs of those who stay in under-resourced areas. He says it's all systems go for the next month's bi-elections, with locals promising to vote for the ANC...
25
OCT
2am

07:00 AM BULLETIN

Eight people have been killed in a crash involving two vehicles on the road between Ganyesa and Vryburg in the North West. The cars collided head-on and caught fire. Police have opened a case of culpable homicide. A three month old baby girl is among the fatalities. Police spokesperson Adéle Myburgh says only one person - a 29 year old woman survived the collision ...
25
OCT
2am

06:00 AM BULLETIN

Eight people have been killed in a crash involving two vehicles on the road between Ganyesa and Vryburg in the North West. The cars collided head-on and caught fire. Police have opened a case of culpable homicide. A three month old baby girl is among the fatalities. Police spokesperson Adéle Myburgh says only one person - a 29 year old woman survived the collision ...
24
OCT
2pm

SAFM 8PM NEWS BULLETIN

Eight people have been killed in a crash involving two vehicles on the road between Ganyesa and Vryburg in the North West. The cars collided head-on and caught fire. Police have opened a case of culpable homicide. A three month old baby girl is among the fatalities. Police spokesperson Adéle Myburgh says only one person - a 29 year old woman survived the collision...

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