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The Citizen is a Gauteng-based daily, national newspaper, distributed Monday to Friday, with its core circulation in Gauteng (82%). Saturday Citizen appears on Saturdays.

The Citizen bring our readers the most important daily happenings, both locally and internationally in a concise, easy-to-read tabloid format.

WATCH: Counterfeit clothes, dagga, cigarettes found as police comb through Marabastad

Counterfeit goods were found in the area and were taken to the police station, according to provincial police commissioner Elias Mawela.

AbaThembu royal family members accused of assaulting King’s advisor

Royal succession battle turns nasty once again as police are called after reports of assault at family home.

VIDEO: Baby with rare condition born with two mouths and six teeth

The condition been seen in only 35 people since 1900. WARNING: Video may be too graphic for sensitive viewers.

Mbalula calls for charge of ‘economic sabotage’ for theft of R10m cables

The minister says those arrested for cable theft should be handed the highest sentence.

Committee outraged by Peter Mpati’s appointment despite sexual assault allegations

Professer Peter Mbati was appointed as the vice-chancellor of the Sefako Makgatho University.

Police national headquarters shut down due to positive Covid-19 case

A staff member at SAPS HQ tested positive for Covid-19, prompting the evacuation of entire building.

Beware of online coronavirus scams

Sabric has warned that cybercriminals are exploiting the spread of coronavirus for their own gain using 'coronamania' panic to spread coronavirus scams.

Whistleblower ruling ‘vindicates’ SAPS – Cele, but PP’s office says agreement voluntary

In the report, the Public Protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Cele and the police's failure to protect the two whistleblowers could have resulted in their assassination.

South Africans urged to save water as climate change becomes new normal

National water storage declined again this week, but small changes in consumer behaviour could help mitigate continued water losses.

Pearl Thusi suggests a peaceful local #BlackLivesMatter protest against police brutality

Thusi asked if there were any plans to protest or speak out on how people have been allegedly killed by the hands of police.

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