East Coast Breakfast | Best Bits

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With so much happening on East Coast Breakfast you would be forgiven for missing parts of the action! Here are the best bits from Darren Maule, Sky Tshabalala and Keri Miller!

Layton Beard from the Automobile Association explains new demerit system

The Driver Demerit System penalises drivers for traffic infringements using demerit points – with a demerit limit of 12 points. If a driver’s total demerit points exceed 12, their licence is suspended for three months for every demerit point over 12. Once a driver’s licence is suspended for the third time, it is cancelled and destroyed.

We chat to Toya 'Bliss' Delazy, the fourth Powerpuff Girl

his month Cartoon Network announced that an official fourth member of the Powerpuff Girls will be joining the squad in the five-part movie event, The Powerpuff Girls: The Power of Four - and her name is Bliss. Bliss who will be voiced by our very own talented singer and songwriter, Toya Dalezy, is the long-lost older (and cooler) sister of Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. Oh, and purple is her color!

#TheConnection: Mom's is concerned about rocky relationship with daughter

#TheConnection is the new feature on East Coast Breakfast where our resident relationship psychic gives you readings and advice on a relationship you might have - be it a romantic, work related or family relationship, Heike Sym has all the answers. To get your questions answered email jason@ecr.co.za and Heike might be calling you.

#KPMG scandal - We chat to economist, Dawie Roodt

Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan has slammed KPMG International for their “colonial arrogance” in their handling of the Gupta family accounts and the SARS Rogue report. He accuses them of being complicit in state capture. Over the last few days the KPMG SA CEO as well as several other top figures quit over revelations around KPMG and the #GuptaLeaks rogue report. Economist Dawie Roodt weighs in on the hot topic:

Watch: Durbanites celebrate love with amazing flashmob!

Julia Reader is a proud Durbanite and she's not afraid to show it. She's reminded us why we love this city so much! Passionate about the city of Durban, proud of being South African, and a true advocate for love, Julia got a group of people together to be in a flashmob by the beach. They stood holding signs and dancing while two graffiti artists sprayed a cool South African ‘Love’ sign.

The shock value of viral videos

Almost every day we see a new shocking video on social media. Some of them are fake, but many of them are real and disturbing. Social media law expert Verlie Oosthuizen weighs in on the impact of viral videos.

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