SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

From 'Our bones never lie' to 'Corruption: Watch this space,' here are four of today's newspaper headlines.

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Briefly.co.za took a look at the breaking news stories that made headlines in South African newspapers on 8 February 2019.

1. Our bones never lie!

Two Sangomas turned to their bones to predict the future for Amakhosi - and it does not look good.

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019. Photo credit: Daily Sun/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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2. Corruption: "Watch this space"

Every South African who watched the 2019 SONA heard President Cyril Ramaphosa reiterated the phrase 'watch this space.'

Ramaphosa went on to vow to rid the government, and South Africa, of corruption - once again saying 'watch this space.'

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019. Photo credit: Die Burger/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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3. Unpaid doctors stay away

More than 200 young doctors have threatened to stay away from their jobs amid the Gauteng department of health's failure to pay their outstanding salaries.

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019. Photo credit: The Citizen/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

4. Ramaphosa revives 'Scorpions'

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the Scorpion unit would be tasked to investigate the state capture.

The announcement was made during a joint sitting at the National Assembly. The NPA would set up a special unit, which would focus on investigating revelations made during the state capture commission.

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019

SA newspaper headlines today: 8 February 2019. Photo credit: Sowetan LIVE/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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