South Africa 4.9.2015 07:00 pm

Tomorrow’s news today: Roodepoort school, Ramaphosa and engineer

A community member pulls out bolt cutters outside Roodepoort Primary School walk passed police vehicles, 31 August 2015, in Roodepoort on the West Rand. Children and parents gathered outside the school to demand its reopening and distanced themselves from claims of racism. Picture: Alaister Russell

A community member pulls out bolt cutters outside Roodepoort Primary School walk passed police vehicles, 31 August 2015, in Roodepoort on the West Rand. Children and parents gathered outside the school to demand its reopening and distanced themselves from claims of racism. Picture: Alaister Russell

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Roodepoort school to be reopened

Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Friday announced the Roodepoort Primary School will be reopened next week. Get a copy of The Citizen for more details tomorrow.

Ramaphosa on violence in SA universities

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for a stop to the violence occurring in South African universities. He said this during his address in the ANC Youth League elective congress. Be sure to get the copy of The Citizen for more juicy details.

Engineer free for now

The mechanical engineer who killed five joggers and seriously injured the sixth with his SUV in Midrand four years ago will remain on free foot while awaiting the outcome of his appeal. Get a copy of The Citizen for more developments on the story.

 

 

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