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4 Jan 2016
6:38 pm

Tomorrow’s news: Heat waves, matrics and e-tolls

All the news you can expect and more in tomorrow's copy of The Citizen.

FILE PICTURE: West Rand residents cool off at Kagiso swimming pool. Picture: Valentina Nicol

Heat wave intensifies:

Good news for air-con manufacturers – the sweltering heat currently gripping several provinces is set to increase as the week progresses, with temperatures in excess of 40 degrees expected. For a full weather round-up, get your copy of The Citizen from your local news agent tomorrow.

Matric results loom:

With matric marks looming, Child-Line is gearing up for one of the most stressful times in any student’s life – results day. All the build-up to grade 12’s big day on Thursday in tomorrow’s edition of The Citizen.

E-Toll law change looms:

T omorrow is the final day for the public to make submissions regarding the transport department’s plan to amend the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act to include e-toll infringements. All the news as Outa receives over 55’000 submissions from the public in tomorrow’s copy of The Citizen.