HEADLINES: Stellenbosch transformation, presidential pardons & refugee crisis

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Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath takes you through today's headlines. 


- Stellenbosch University is investigating whether to take disciplinary action against a council member who made anti-transformation comments.

- Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha is expected to speak some of the prisoners who have applied for a presidential political pardon.

- Among the surging number of migrants headed to Europe are pregnant women who are giving birth; the babies are at risk of being born ‘stateless’- without the security of a birth certificate. 


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