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17 Sep 2015
7:00 pm

Tomorrow’s news today: Etwatwa’s necklacing, ANC and Rugby World Cup

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Necklacing continues in Etwatwa

A fourth person, believed to be a member of a gang in Etwatwa, was on Thursday morning necklaced, Ekurhuleni metro police confirmed. The latest incident comes barely days after three others were necklaced by a mob last weekend. Buy The Citizen for more on the story.

ANC succession battle on people’s lips

The ANC succession battle may not have kicked off in ernest, but the interest around the topic is keeping the interest and speculation alive. ANC bigwigs added their opinions on who should replace President Jacob Zuma. To read all about this, be sure to grab your copy of The Citizen tomorrow.

Let the games begin!

England kick off the 2015 edition of the Rugby World Cup, which is being held in England. For that reason alone, coupled with their last performance against Ireland, England will be confident of going the distance. With Ireland in the picture, and France always being a mystery, rugby fans are hopeful for a few surprises. However, it would take a brave pundit to bet against the All Blacks, while everyone in SA would love the Boks to bring the Webb Ellis Trophy home. Go Bokke!