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eNews 12 October 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa must apologise for the economic marginalisation and oppression of the Coloured community. That’s the demand of the Gauteng Total shutdown Organising Committee.

eNews 13 February 2019

IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow announce measures to prevent Eskom from shutting down in April.

eNews 22 November 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a few changes to his cabinet.

eNews 23 May 2019

IN THIS BULLETIN: Banyana Banyana are two weeks away from debuting at the Fifa Women’s World Cup. Sponsor Sasol hosted the last of the send-offs for the senior women’s team before their date with destiny.

eNews 24 July 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: Zimbabwean police have increased visibility across the country ahead of the much-anticipated election next week. Hotspots are being monitored to ensure people’s safety.

eNews 24 March 2019

IN THIS BULLETIN: There’s light at the end of the tunnel for students who owe universities money. Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor has allocated close to a billion rand to the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, to settle the historic debt.

eNews 30 April 2019

IN THIS BULLETIN: The Court of Arbitration for Sport is set to announce its decision on the IAAF’S controversial female classification regulations on Wednesday.

eNews – 05 September 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: The Gauteng government evacuates all its buildings in Johannesburg following Wednesday’s deadly blaze.

eNews – 23 July 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: The Ivory Park Taxi Association says they are confused about the murder of their members in KwaZulu-Natal. 11 people died, four were wounded and two escaped unharmed when their taxi came under fire.

eNews – 01 August 2018

IN THIS BULLETIN: Violent scenes have been captured on the streets of Harare in Zimbabwe. Live ammunition has been fired at protesting voters in the capital. Zanu-PF has won the majority of Parliamentary seats.