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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.

Pretoria-Cape Town flights grounded as route is deemed ‘unprofitable’

SA Airlink is not 'closing the door' permanently, as it believes the route is important and potentially profitable in the future.

Ramaphosa ‘deliberately misled parliament’ on Watson donation, Mkhwebane finds

This amounts to a breach of the Executive Ethics Code.

I warned Zuma to move away from the ANC – Motsoeneng

The former SABC COO claims he warned the former president to move away from the party as they would at some point send him to jail.

Woman hit and killed by armoured vehicle in KwaZulu-Natal

Medics assessed the woman and found that she had sustained a serious head injury and showed no signs of life.

Two arrested in Gauteng for Free State murder

Warrant Officer Mmako Mophiring said the two were arrested at Marathon informal settlement in Germiston on Wednesday.

Illegal sand mining in KZN continues to destroy Illovo River

Miners merely move upriver as blue-chip companies continue to support operations, unaware of the illegal origin of the sand.

Zuma’s legal counsel says he will take no further part in the commission

The former president's legal team says it has issues with the manner in which their client was approached and 'treated'.

Boko Haram ambush kills two Nigerian officers, 26 soldiers

Tens of thousands have been killed since the insurgency was launched in 2009.

WATCH LIVE: Zuma back at the Zondo commission

Watch the former president continue his testimony at the commission of inquiry into state capture.

Malema says Gordhan’s supporters are playing the ‘race card’

The EFF leader says his party can't be racist because their secretary-general is Indian.

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