East Coast Radio Newswatch

EAST COAST RADIO  |  Podcast , ±3 min episodes every 2 hours  | 
East Coast Radio Newswatch is the independent Durban-based radio station's news team. We are KwaZulu-Natal’s trusted news source with a focus on local, breaking news. Our bulletins run from 6am until 6pm, Monday to Friday. On weekends and public holidays you can catch our news updates from 7am until 1pm. © East Coast Radio.

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26
MAY
11am

ECR Newswatch @ 17H00

The bodies of two municipal officials who disappeared during heavy rains this past weekend have been found in the Umdloti River in Durban.
26
MAY
10am

ECR Newswatch @ 16H00

Chair of the Elders, Mary Robinson, says in the current economic climate, National Health Insurance seems to make sense.
26
MAY
9am

ECR Newswatch @ 15H00

A man has been slapped with three life sentences after he broke into a house and raped two teenage girls in Ndwedwe in northern KZN.
26
MAY
8am

ECR Newswatch @ 14H00

The Umgeni Steam Railway, which runs and preserves some the country's oldest and iconic steam trains, is appealing for help in fixing the track after it was damaged by the recent floods.
26
MAY
7am

ECR Newswatch @ 13H00

Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele maintains the controversial R22 million monumental flag project would reinforce social cohesion.
26
MAY
6am

ECR Newswatch @ 12H00

Two men, including the director of a Durban-based retail company, have been arrested after allegedly defrauding the Industrial Development Corporation of R35 million.
26
MAY
5am

ECR Newswatch @ 11H00

A man arrested at a suspected chop shop in Umkomaas, on the south coast, is making his first appearance in court this morning.
26
MAY
3am

ECR Newswatch @ 09H00

Transport and allied workers union, Satawu has raised concern over the recent attacks on security guards in Durban.
26
MAY
2am

ECR Newswatch @ 08H00

Umgungundlovu says consultations are still under way, after the district municipality proposed a 75% increase for water tariffs.

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