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    The Citizen

    Daily news update: Ace and Supra under siege, Molefi Ntseki returns and more

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    'I love you my child': Emotions run high at memorial for murder victim Yolandi Botes

    Oosthuizen called on police to prioritise the first 48 hours in missing person cases to prevent more people being brutally murdered. After 48 hours they are gone; how do you then get them back? I call on the police to start looking at these things and to take missing person reports more seriously and establish task teams to start looking at these things.

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    TimesLIVE

    Police deployed to Khayelitsha after 11 die in a day of suspected revenge killings

    Western Cape acting provincial police commissioner Maj-Gen Thembisile Patekile has activated an intensified 72-hour plan that will hopefully lead to the arrests of those involved. As part of the unfolding investigations, police are now in pursuit of specific leads. Anyone with information that could assist in expediting the apprehension of the perpetrators is urged to contact the police on Crime Stop 08600 10111 or use the MySAPS App.

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    Israel destroys Gaza tower housing AP and Al Jazeera offices

    NETANYAHU CALL WITH BIDEN The destruction of the building came the day after US President Joe Biden's envoy Hady Amr arrived in Israel amid diplomatic efforts to restore calm. Asked why entire building was destroyed, Conricus said: "There was no way of taking down only the Hamas facilities that were in the building. They occupied several floors in the building and it was impossible only to take down those floors.

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    The Citizen

    'Ace is trying to orchestrate a crisis in the ANC'

    The internecine battle between the ANC and Ace Magashule has spilled over into the courts, with the party’s suspended secretary-general having launched a legal challenge to his ousting. Political analyst Dr Ralph Mathekga yesterday described Magashule’s latest move as a dare to the ANC to expel him. But he warned that were the party to make good on that dare, it could risk giving Magashule an inadvertent boost.

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    Pitso Mosimane's Al-Ahly get the better of Sundowns

    He who laughs last has the most joy and right now, we don’t know who will have the last laugh but the first laugh belongs to Pitso Mosimane after he guided his side to a 2-0 win over his former Mamelodi Sundowns side in the first-leg of the Caf Champions League between Al-Ahly and Downs. Mosimane’s Red Devils have the upper-hand, only just, as they avoided conceding at home on Saturday night in Cairo, setting just a toe into the semifinals ahead of the second-leg set to be staged in Pretoria nex

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    The Citizen

    The ANC's persistent looting should infuriate us all

    The scale of state corruption is so vast that it has become meaningless. President Cyril Ramaphosa estimated that state looting during the lost decade of the Jacob Zuma presidency was in the order of a trillion rand. There’s never been any explanation of how the government arrived at that estimate, but it’s a figure that trips daintily off the tongue.