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Morning Newspaper Report

The headlines of the leading newspapers on 24 April 2024:


# Business Day:

Reports that ongoing uncertainty about when inflation will return to the Reserve Bank’s target and global inflation growth have contributed to expectations that South Africa’s lending rate may remain unchanged in 2024.


# Beeld:

Reports although temperatures nationwide will start to decrease by the weekend, the Weather Service predicts a warm winter for the country.

And secondly, the paper writes about the Shimlas’ flyhalf, Ethan Wentzel, whose boot won the team the Varsity Cup.

# The Star and Pretoria News:

Write according to a new opinion poll, president Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency has been a disaster.

And secondly, reports on the leaking of information from the ANC’s National Executive Committee.

# And Sowetan:

Has a giant photo of Mandla Sibiya on its front page today. He is wanted by the police after he allegedly killed his wife and stabbed his children with knives.


# Volksblad in Bloemfontein:

Reports on the controversial businessman Edwin Sodi’s fraudulent tenders for the state and the DA who insist that he should be blacklisted.

And secondly, the paper writes the Shimlas will do anything to keep their coach, André Tredoux.


# Die Burger:

Today leads with the content of the late Markus Jooste of Steinhoff’s will. His spouse Ingrid inherits everything, while his alleged mistress Berdine Odendaal is not mentioned in the will.

Then there is news about a library book from the DF Malan High School in Bellville that was returned after 42 years.

And finally, the paper writes about a Belgian man whose stomach produces alcohol. He was acquitted of driving under the influence.

# And Cape Times:

Also writes like The Star and Pretoria News about Ramaphosa’s disastrous presidency.

And reports that the Western Cape Department of Education is being sued over learners who have still not been placed at schools.


# The Herald in Gqeberha:

Reports KwaNobuhle’s electricity problems are expected to continue unless the municipality builds a new substation. However, there are no funds available.

And secondly, the paper writes the farming community of Krakeel River stepped in and used their own money to fix potholes and erect traffic signs.


# Daily News in Durban:

Writes the DA protested against the police in Verulam who are allegedly controlled by a drug lord.

And finally from NAMIBIA:

# Republikein in Windhoek:

Reports almost five-thousand drought relief claims have already been submitted to the government and processed.

And writes the parole of the so-called Swakopmund butcher, Thomas Florin was turned down. He murdered his wife in 1998.