The Weekly Digest: Why govt wants foreign-owned spaza shops audited & Proteas still in it to win World Cup

In this week’s episode, we discuss government’s new proposed plan to audit the number of foreign-owned spaza shops in communities.

The Proteas’ suffered a painful loss against India on Sunday. With two loses does this mean their prospects of winning the Cricket World Cup are slim? And News24 Life gives us a preview of what to expect in the world of entertainment this weekend.
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