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Swazi national Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into six vehicles at a busy Durban intersection killing 24 people last year, will spend the next eight years and 10 months in prison.
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Jacaranda FM news cast editor Gerda de Sousa takes you through news making headlines this Friday 28 November.
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Eskom has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Anglo American Inyosi Coal for coal supply to the Kusile power station, the power producer said on Friday.
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A Swazi national, Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into four vehicles at a busy Durban intersection last year killing 24 people pleaded guilty to 31 charges in the Durban High Court on Friday.
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Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW on Friday supported NSW Premier Mike Baird’s announcement of a State Memorial Service for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday aged 25.
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A Cape Town salesman was on Friday found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend's domestic worker last year and spitting in her face.
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Adding spice to the home stretch of the Ram Slam T20 Challenge, the Proteas players are set to return to action in Sunday’s triple-header in Bloemfontein.
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Swazi national Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into six vehicles at a busy Durban intersection killing 24 people last year, will spend the next eight years and 10 months in prison.
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Jacaranda FM news cast editor Gerda de Sousa takes you through news making headlines this Friday 28 November.
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