Jacaranda FM News

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The Jacaranda FM News team is based in Gauteng – but covers local and international news of the day, providing the latest developments online and on-air. News bulletins run from 5am to 7pm weekdays, and from 7am to 6pm on weekends and public holidays. Tune into Jacaranda FM, or log on to www.jacarandafm.com, for the news you need to know.. now.

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6am

Hawks take over investigation into Cape car bombing

The Hawks have taken over the investigation into a car bombing in Cape Town on Friday "based on the severity of the case." Hawks spokesperson, Hangwani Mulaudzi says the case was handed over to the Hawks on Friday night and involved the successful detonation of an explosive device in a car in Cape Town.
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8am

Scopa: Pay-as-you-go approach to Medupi, Kusile

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) says it is clear that the building of the Medupi and Kusile power stations was flawed from inception.

The committee briefed the media on Thursday following oversight visits to the power stations in Limpopo and Mpumalanga this week.

"There is an admission on the part of Eskom, which we confirmed from our observation, that the project from its conception was not conceptualised correctly and there is almost pay-as-you go correction approach. Material deficiencies and defects are identified as and when things happen," said Scopa chairperson Mkuleko Hlengwa.

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