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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SAHRC investigating its head of legal over Etzebeth comments: Afrikanerbond

he South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is investigating its acting Head of Legal, Buang Jones, over his comments relating to Springbok player, Eben Etzebeth.

The Afrikanerbond lodged a complaint with the SAHRC over Jones, saying "his statements and accusations are inflammatory and is adding fuel to the accusations of racism." This has now led to Jones being removed from the investigation, acccording to a statement from the Afriaknerbond's Jan Bosman.

Aatro demerit points might increase from 12

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) says the current proposed demerit points threshold of 12 might be increased when the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act is legislated in the next few weeks.

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