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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.

Completed in 2014, this police station has never been used

A new police station in Moeka Village north of Pretoria is standing empty while the community struggles with crime.

Shame on you who squandered Alexandra Renewal Project’s money

R2.3 billion has gone missing and no one has been held accountable yet, while the people of the township continue to live in complete squalor.

Ramaphosa calls on Mkhwebane to explain where she got his CR17 emails

Mkhwebane was accused of breaking the law when she used the emails in her report that centered around a R500 000 donation to his successful 2017 campaign to win the ANC leadership battle.

Amy’Leigh’s younger brother was the first to be grabbed, court hears

An investigating officer said a fourth suspect, a man who is still at large, first grabbed the 5-year-old boy but left him and kidnapped Amy'Leigh instead before fleeing in a white Toyota Fortuner.

Saftu’s Vavi pleads for worker unity, calls Marikana deaths ‘murder’

'Labour unity does not mean being competitive, but to pledge solidarity with one another during struggles for a living wage and better working conditions.'

It’s time for men to confess, be ashamed – Zondo

Delivering the Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture, the deputy chief justice also condemned the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

Future of Skukuza’s ‘poaching’ court hangs in balance

In September last year a storm broke over the court when it was accused of giving ridiculously lenient sentences to poachers.

Cele reveals SA’s dangerously thin blue line

The global norm is one police officer servicing 220 people – but being ‘extremely’ understaffed, a South African cop is burdened with 375 citizens to look after.

Govt welcomes harsh sentences handed out to human trafficker Ediozi Ozi

'This scourge of abuse, violence, femicide and human trafficking cannot go unchallenged,' said GCIS acting director-general, Phumla Williams.

City of Joburg launches probe into sale of Sandton Gautrain land

'Why would the City ever finance the sale of its own land to a private company? This is not only absurd but highly suspect,' Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said.

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