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Thugs destroy Tšenolo FM

  . . . beat up presenter and ransack Ha-Mabote based radio station Keiso Mohloboli Four unidentified men stormed Tšenolo FM yesterday morning and attacked the presenter on duty before completely destroying the broadcasting equipment, which immediately took the radio station off air. Tšokolo Toi, who was stabbed below the right eye and severely assaulted…

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