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#PODCAST: The #MedicalMonitor discuss stress and how it can affect the digestive system with Prof. Jose Ramos

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - It may be a gut feeling causing stress - or it may just be your gut! While stress has the potential to overwhelm a person, it can also lead to digestion issues. Professor Jose Ramos, an Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon, says stress can slow down ones digestive system. In this week's Medical Monitor we look at the digestive system and how stress can affect it's functionality. Ramos says managing stress can help the process of making foods and drink go down a little better...
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#PODCAST: "Alleged harvesting syndicate" could be behind the disappearance of two missing locals in Vietnam

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - Meanwhile, an alleged organ harvesting syndicate could be behind the disappearance of two missing South Africans that were living and working in Vietnam. This is according to non-governmental organization, Gift of the Givers. Founder, Dr. Imtiaaz Sooliman says that two suspicious American women befriended the men at separate times before they vanished. Dr. Sooliman says upon investigation, he discovered that one of the women told a family member of John Bothma that he wanted to sell his kidney. He along with Mushfiq Daniels have been missing ever since...
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#PODCAST: State reveals details of an alleged "escape plan" by one of the accused in the Rodney & Rachel Saunders murder

SABC News and Current Affairs — The State has revealed details of what it believes to be an escape plan by one of the Isis-linked accused in the murder case of Cape Town-based British botanists, Rodney and Rachel Saunders. However, accused Sayfudeen Aslam del Vecchio has denied that there are plans to escape from the Verulam Magistrates Court, north of Durban. Del Vecchio, his common law wife - Bibi Fatima Patel - and Malawian Ahmad Jackson Mussa appeared in the court amid a strong police presence. In a second terrorism related case, Verulam Mosque attack accused, Farhad Hoomer told the court that he intends to oppose a State application to analyse his voice against samples linked to a threatening telephone recording. Hoomer is one of 11 people, who were allegedly involved in an attack on the Shia place of worship last year, killing one person. Minoshni Pillay reports...
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#PODCAST: Political analyst Dr Lubna Nadvi examines the latest developments from disputed #Kashmir

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - Two weeks after India announced major constitutional changes in Kashmir - a communications blackout continues and political leaders remain locked up. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been trying hard to rally international condemnation of India's moves in Kashmir. Khan has repeatedly warned without evidence of an "impending genocide" in Kashmir if the region does not reach some sort of stability soon. Indian officials previewed a return to normalcy, with schools and businesses set to reopen yesterday. However, just one in every 1,000 pupils reportedly turned up at their respected schools. Durban based political analyst - Dr Lubna Nadvi analyses the latest developments from the rocked region...
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#PODCAST: KZN EMS explain why fire-related incidents are so prevalent and discuss how you can avoid them

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taliesha Naidoo - According to Statistics South Africa's 2018 general household survey, 17.9% of South Africans in metropolitan areas live in informal dwellings. The Institute for Race Relations found that there were 25 thousand shack fires between 2010 and 2013. Most of these fires occur during winter. In the most recent incident, three teenagers were killed when a fire broke out at their home in an informal settlement at Umlazi F-section, south of Durban yesterday. The cause of the fire is still being investigated by police. KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services spokesperson - Robert McKenzie says paramedics respond to multiple fire related incidents during winter. He shares some vital tips to avoid fire related disasters...
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#PODCAST: New evidence emerges in the triple murder trial of Phoenix man Colin Pillay #DurbanHighCourt

SABC News and Current Affairs — Triple murder accused, Colin Pillay has told the Durban High Court that the night after the murders of his lover and her daughters were committed, he was with another female companion at the Kams Lodge in Phoenix, north of Durban. This is after he went fishing with his brother. Pillay is on trial for the murder of Jane Govindsamy and her two daughters, Denisha and Rackelle. Their bodies were discovered in their Phoenix flat by Jane's husband, Sagren. Pillay is being cross-examined by state prosecutor - advocate Cheryl Naidu. Prabashini Moodley reports...
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#PODCAST: After decades of championing the rights of the people, Constitutional Court Justice Edwin Cameron RETIRES

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - A long, illustrious judicial career is coming to an end. Justice Edwin Cameron of the Constitutional Court is retiring from active service with effect from TODAY. He first graced the bench as an acting Judge of the High Court on in 1994. Justice Cameron worked as a human rights lawyer during the apartheid era, while defending ANC members and fighting for gay and lesbian equality throughout his life. Former Judge of the International Criminal Court - Navi Pillay describes Cameron as a friend and hero to the constitutional bench, saying his service to the country will forever be revered by the legal fraternity...
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#PODCAST: Meet 38-year-old AVANI ROOPAN - a dedicated mother and entrepreneur in the marketing industry #Women'sMonth

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Executive Producer Salma Patel - Media Marketing is not an easy job, but try being a mum of two, wife and entrepreneur and that turns the difficulty level up a notch. That's what 38 year old Avani Roopan had to deal with when she entered the media marketing industry. Roopan says all it takes to succeed is challenging yourself and get out of your comfort zone...
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#PODCAST: Wanted murder suspects arrested at KwaMashu Hostel

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer, Cebisile Mkhize - Two men suspected of killing two security guards in Folweni, south of Durban will appear in Ntuzuma Magistrate court today. The two were arrested at the KwaMashu Hostels, north of Durban last week. This after police in KwaZulu-Natal launched a manhunt for the suspects following a killing of two security guards last month. KZN police spokesperson - Captain Nqobile Gwala says one of the suspect was found with a pistol which had its serial number filed off. She says the two suspects are facing charges of murder, attempted murder and for being in possession of unlicensed firearms...
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#PODCAST: Four seriously injured in M4 accident

SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer, Shanell Daniel - Four people have been seriously injured in a horrific three-vehicle collision on the M4, near Umhlanga, north of Durban a short while ago. Garrith Jamieson, spokesperson for Rescue Care Paramedics, says the three vehicles had collided with incredible force, leaving one occupant in a critical condition. Jamieson says traffic has been severely affected due to the collision...

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