East Coast Breakfast with Darren Maule

EAST COAST RADIO  |  Podcast , ±5 min episodes every day  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
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.

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Lloyd Cele talks new 'Throwback to Love' song

Loyiso Bala, Danny K & Lloyd Cele have come together and are SUPREME 3. Supreme 3 started in 2018 as a cover band dedicated to bringing everyone’s favourite Motown, funk and soul hits to life. The group have performed for various top corporate events. By spending time together and entertaining, it gave them the creative outlet to write and record original songs. Darren caught up with Lloyd prior to the first-play of the song.

Help clean-up Umgeni River with the Litterboom Project and Wildlands

On Monday the 11th March, following heavy rains in the Durban and greater Durban catchment areas, the mighty Umgeni River was the focus of Durban’s attention, with an unfathomable amount of plastic and other waste material washing down-stream to the river mouth and strewn all along our beautiful coastline. The Litterboom Project cares about the environment, and the team needs your help to clean-up the Umgeni River.

Public outcry to bring Umdloti monkey poisoner to justice

After more than a dozen monkeys were poisoned and left for dead at Umdloti, social media called in unison for the person responsible to be brought to justice. East Coast Breakfast caught up with Steve Smit, who is the co-founder of Monkey Helpline, to get his take on the ordeal.

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