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  • Afternoon Edition: 03 August 2015
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    Here's a wrap of your afternoon news, headlines you need to know.
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  • ANC chief whip hits back at Madonsela
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    The office of ANC chief whip on Monday said it was not true that Public Protector Thuli Madonsela had been the target of vicious attacks since she made adverse findings against President Jacob Zuma and accused her of political posturing.
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  • Malema orders MPs back to Parliament
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    Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on Monday ordered his party's MPs back to Parliament to hold President Jacob Zuma accountable, after his trial on fraud and money laundering charges was postponed in the high court in Polokwane for a day.
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  • Mauritius joins hunt for MH370 debris
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    Mauritius said Monday it would do all it can to search in its Indian Ocean waters for possible debris from Malaysia Airlines missing flight MH370, after wreckage washed up on nearby La Reunion.
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  • PHOTOS: Tshwane opens bakery
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    The City of Tshwane has opened the doors to a youth owned bakery in Soshanguve as part of the Gauteng government's plans to revitalise the township's economy.
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New car sales fell 6.1% in July compared to July last year in the biggest year-on-year drop so far this year, recorded for both passenger vehicles and heavy trucks.
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Public Protector Thuli Madonsela said there was no legal basis for setting up an executive structure to review or to reinvestigate a matter handled by a Chapter 9 institution.
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Polokwane businessman Rameez Patel will remain behind bars until next Tuesday.
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Here's a wrap of your afternoon news, headlines you need to know.
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The office of ANC chief whip on Monday said it was not true that Public Protector Thuli Madonsela had been the target of vicious attacks since she made adverse findings against President Jacob Zuma and accused her of political posturing.
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With the police death toll for 2015 sitting at 54, and another two officers being wounded at the weekend, the South African Police Service (SAPS) on Monday called for community support of its officers.
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Every night on The Late Show Frankie and Kriya go head to head in The Extreme Challenge. Today Rian Van Heerden from the Complimentary Breakfast has set the challenge.
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You would think that a dog surfing was pretty impressive but these two gymnasts just took it to the next level
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The Late Show makes its debut tonight with Frankie Du Toit and Kriya Gangiah and of course it has to be done in style!