Several breaking news pieces made headlines on Wednesday - both online and offline.
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So, Briefly.co.za took a look at five newspaper headlines for 6 February, which ranged from a treasure buried in a backyard to President Cyril Ramaphosa's to-do list.
1. TEARS FOR BURIED CASH!
A man found R10 000 buried in the backyard of his deceased father's house. However, the money is worthless as it sustained damage over the years it had been stashed under ground.
2. Cyril's to-do list
Newspaper Die Burger gathered a panel of experts to talk about Ramaphosa's "to-do list" when it comes to several issues in South Africa - ranging from racism to corruption.
With the Sona set for tomorrow, all eyes will be on the head of state and his game plan for the country.
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3. Bosasa's threat against journo
News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson testified in the State Capture that Bosasa's PR executive threaten to kill him if he told anyone about a threatening phone call she made to him.
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4. Dad prayed as son died
According to the Son Koerant, a happy child died after a fatal shooting following dinner.
5. Protesting student shot dead
There are reports that a Durban University of Technology student was shot and killed by security yesterday.
This comes in the wake of unrest at several South African universities. The DUT protests are over financial aid, transport and accommodation.
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Source: Briefly News