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27
MAR
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6PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

The City of Joburg has encouraged residents to take part in Earth Hour between eight 30 and nine 30 this evening by switching off the lights for that one hour. This year's theme is 'Climate Change to save Earth'. The symbolic gesture of turning off the lights is targeted at raising awareness about climate change and the effect it has on the planet. The world's major economies - including China, the US and Europe are rapidly moving away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy sources including wind and solar. South Africa is also introducing more wind and solar power sources. Deputy director of Communications in the office of the MMC for Environment and Infrastructure, Stanley Itshegetseng.
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MAR
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5PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

New DA leader in Kwazulu Natal, Francois Rodgers, says his main focus will be seeking unity in the DA. Rodgers was victorious at the DA's elective conference in Durban. He has served as the party's chief whip in the KZN legislature and now takes over from Zwakhele Mncwango. Rodgers also worked as a councillor in Kokstad and says this is the first time a leader from the rural parts of KZN has taken over the provincial leadership of the DA. South Africa is expected to go to the polls in local and provincial government elections later this year. Rodgers says he'll work to bring DA members together.
27
MAR
2pm

4PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

Francois Rogers has been elected as the DA's new provincial leader at the elective conference in Durban. He has been the party's chief whip in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature. Rogers takes over from Zwakhele Mncwango. He beat the party's eThekwini caucus leader Nicole Graham and her deputy Emmanuel Mhlongo in the race for the top spot. Dean Macpherson has been elected as the party's provincial chair.
27
MAR
2pm

3PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

South Africans are being urged to look after their environment and recycle plastic waste - especially single use plastics like colddrink bottles - as the world marks Earth Hour today. In Durban, students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal are doing their bit for Earth Hour by cleaning up Durban's harbour precinct. Earth Hour is an annual global initiative that encourages people to switch off all lights and appliances for an hour to consider the planet and its resources. South Africans are encouraged to mark Earth Day by switching off the lights at home between half past 8 and half past nine tonight. Marine biologist, Doctor Refilwe Mofokeng
27
MAR
2pm

2PM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

Students from the University of KwaZulu-Natal are doing their bit for Earth Hour by cleaning up Durban's harbour precinct. One of the main focuses is single use plastics - like takeaway containers and coldrink bottles - that are clogging the world's rivers and oceans. Earth Hour is an annual global initiative that encourages people to switch off all lights and appliances for an hour to consider the planet and its resources. South Africans are encouraged to do their part by switching off the lights at home between half past 8 and half past nine tonight. Marine biologist, Doctor Refilwe Mofokeng
27
MAR
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11AM SAFM NEWS BULLETIN

* NPA says possibility of adding more charges in Mthokozisi Ntumba shooting case...And...* Contralesa concerned about a third wave

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