East Coast Radio Newswatch

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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 12pm. © East Coast Radio.

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MAR
10am

Newswatch @ 4pm - 18 March 2019

A Pietermaritzburg family is considering legal action against two state hospitals - which they say neglected to help their five-month-old baby boy - who' now died. Baby Brody Lee Bezuidenhout was rushed to hospital with an extremely high fever just over a week ago.
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MAR
9am

Newswatch @ 3pm - 18 March 2019

At least 162 people have been killed after Cyclone Idai, ripped through Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The Red Cross says scores more are missing. Cyclone Idai tore into the centre of Mozambique on Thursday night, before barreling on to neighbouring Zimbabwe.
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MAR
8am

Newswatch @ 2pm - 18 March 2019

A case of culpable homicide has been opened in Verulam after another another child has been run over by a car and killed near Ottawa. Paramedics found the seven-year-old boy on the side of the R102 last night.
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MAR
7am

Newswatch @ 1pm - 18 March 2019

National Police have confirmed the Hawks have taken over the probes into two KZN shooting incidents at the weekend - in which a civillian and two police officers were killed. Police say in the the first incident, a warrant officer was killed in Amanzimtoti on the N2 highway.
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MAR
6am

Newswatch @ 12pm - 18 March 2019

National Police have confirmed the Hawks have taken over the probes into two KZN shooting incidents in which a civillian and two police officers were killed. Police say in the the first incident, a Warrant Officer was killed in Amanzimtoti on the N2 highway.
18
MAR
5am

Newswatch @ 11am - 18 March 2019

13 people - including children - have been killed after a bakkie and a light motor vehicle collided on the West Rand. The vehicles crashed on the N12 between Fochville and Westonaria last night.
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MAR
4am

Newswatch @ 10am - 18 March 2019

Authorities are investigating after a man - believed to be in his 30s - was killed after being struck by a bakkie on the N3 near Merrivale in the Midlands yesterday. Emergency services say the man sustained severe injuries and was declared dead at the scene.
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MAR
3am

Newswatch @ 9am - 18 March 2019

Eskom has moved to Stage Four blackouts. The power utility says the situation is expected to continue until 11 tonight. The week got off to a terrible start for residents and businesses across the country - with rotational loadshedding expected to last until at least Friday.
18
MAR
2am

Newswatch @ 8am - 18 March 2019

The KZN Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs says severe floods in parts of the province last week caused damage to the tune of 100-million-Rand. Officials say 7 fatalities have also been confirmed. Parts of eThekwini and the north coast experienced extreme flooding after heavy rainfall.
18
MAR
1am

Newswatch @ 7am - 18 March 2019

Residents and businesses are being urged to brace themselves for a series of blackouts again today - as Eskom continues with loadshedding at the start of the new work week. The power utility is currently loadshedding according to Stage Two. Stage Four will be implemented again at 9 this morning - and is expected to continue until 11 tonight.

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