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  • Somali Board: Shop owners should not return yet
    News:
    Foreigner shopowners displaced by violence and looting in Gauteng should not return to their businesses yet, the Somali Community Board said on Monday.
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  • Stadium suite named after AB
    News, Sport:
    For the first time in the history of South African cricket, a suite at a major ground will be named after a player who is still representing the national team. The recipient of this unprecedented honour is the South African One-Day International (ODI) captain, AB de Villiers, at 30 already a fast-evolving global icon.
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  • LISTEN: What we don't know about Eskom
    News:
    Stage 2 of load shedding has been implemented across the country for a second consecutive day on Tuesday.
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  • Shakes changes four for Ghana
    News, Sport:
    Bafana Bafana coach Ephraim Shakes Mashaba has made four changes to the starting 11 that will take on Ghana in the crucial must-win final Group C match of the CAF Orange Africa Cup of Nations Equatorial Guinea 2015 tournament.
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  • Zuma receives Soni's resignation
    News:
    President Jacob Zuma has received the resignation of Special Investigating Unit (SIU) head Vas Soni, the presidency said on Monday.
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JacaNews journalist Maryke Vermaak paid a visit to Awash Cash and Carry in Mayfair, Johannesburg on Tuesday.
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Six people have died since looting and violence broke out in Soweto last Monday.
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The family of Taegrin Morris say they have been left in the dark with no new developments being communicated to them by the police.
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Eskom implemented stage two rolling power cuts on Tuesday to help bolster power supply for the rest of the week, acting CEO Dan Marokane said.
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A family was killed in their home on a private golf estate in Stellenbosch on Tuesday morning.
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Here's a wrap of your lunchtime news this Tuesday afternoon....
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JacaNews journalist Maryke Vermaak paid a visit to Awash Cash and Carry in Mayfair, Johannesburg on Tuesday.
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Six people have died since looting and violence broke out in Soweto last Monday.
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Hashim Amla returns to captain the Castle Lager Proteas for the fifth Momentum One-Day International (ODI) against the West Indies at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Wednesday.
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