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22
JUL
9am

#PODCAST: Pranesh Maharaj wins Best Supporting Actor at local film and television awards

By Newsbreak Producer Rachel Vadi - It was a weekend of awards in Durban as the Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards, recognised local talent. The award for Best Supporting Actor was bestowed upon Phoenix man, Pranesh Maharaj for his role in the movie, Three Days to Go. Maharaj says this award means a lot to him because it recognises him as an artist and all the years he spent in the entertainment and theatre industry. He also paid homage to the community of Phoenix who he says supported him when he was a struggling actor........
22
JUL
9am

#PODCAST: Music legend - Madhanjith Nepaul posthumously awarded for promoting Hindu culture and music in the community

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - South Africa's foremost Indian Music composer and performer Tansen Nepaul last night received a certificate of recognition on behalf of his late dad - Madhanjith Nepaul for his efforts at promoting the Hindu culture and classical music in the community. A glitzy dinner was held at the infamous MTSS hall at Merebank south of Durban by the Merebank Parasakthi Alayam. The evening was spent to honour and show appreciation to those who played a great role in helping the community through music, cultural education and community outreach. Nepaul says it still amazes him as to how his dad and other musicians of the time composed and put together such extravagant events without the technology of today...
22
JUL
9am

#PODCAST: Analyst says Former President Jacob Zuma's "veiled threats" should NOT be taken seriously

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - Political analyst Somadoda Fikeni believes that former president Jacob Zuma's comment last friday in Parktown Johannesburg "that his detractors would be taken out one by one" is a veiled threat that should not be taken seriously. Zuma's address outside the commission's venue in Parktown suggested the gloves were off. He appeared to be warning his accusers directly when he threatened to reveal apartheid-era secrets of those intent on speaking out against him. Zuma did threaten to pull out of the commission stating that he was being cross-examined and the inquiry was not the basis for that to happen, he has since made a u-turn to withdraw and a date for his next appearance has not yet been set. Fikeni believes that Zuma's testimony at the commission is in line with all of his rallies and interviews in which he stated that there was a greater plot going on in order to have him removed from presidency...
22
JUL
1am

#PODCAST - Western Cape community describe the attack on three police officers in Delft as horrific

by Newsbreak producer, Tashlan Naidoo - A 32 year old police officer, has been killed and two other colleagues injured in a fatal shootout in Delft south in Cape Town. Police have arrested a 24 year old suspect who is currently in hospital under police guard and will be questioned on his motive once doctors have given the go-ahead. The shooting comes three days after the army was finally seen in surrounding Cape Flats suburbs. National police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo says that the two police officers that were shot are in a stable condition at a local hospital
22
JUL
1am

#PODCAST - #Deep End movie scoops awards at the Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards

by Newsbreak producer, Rachel Vadi - It was a weekend of awards in Durban as the Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards recognised local talent. The emotional sports movie, Deep End won the award for Best Director and Best Film. Film director, Eubulus Timothy said there were many challenges faced in the shooting of the movie as it was weather and wave dependent - but it was all worth it in the end. He says shooting the movie in his hometown of Durban was nostalgic.
19
JUL
8am

#PODCAST: Service delivery protests strikes the province of KwaZulu-Natal

By Newsbreak Producer Cebisile Mkhize - Eight people are expected to appear at KwaMswane Magistrate Court this morning. The eight were arrested and charged with public violence and theft during service delivery protest at Mtubatuba in northern KwaZulu-Natal last night. In a separate incident - about 40 people were arrested for public voilence and theft during service delivery protests in the provice. Two protesters sustained gunshot wounds during the protest on the R34 at Danny Dalton between Vryheid and Ulundi in northern KZN. The service delivery protests entered it's 5th day today. Residents have been protesting about the disruption of water supply since Monday. KZN police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane says the situation remains relatively calm in both areas today.....
19
JUL
8am

#PODCAST: Popular jewellery store robbed in Berea, Durban

By Newsbreak Producer Cebisile Mkhize - Police in KwaZulu-Natal are searching for four suspects who allegedly robbed a well-known jewellery store in Berea, central Durban. KZN police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane says the suspects fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of jewellery. Colonel Zwane says no injuries were reported on the scene….
19
JUL
2am

#PODCAST - Where exactly are the #Sardine shoals ?

by Newsbreak Executive Producer, Salma Patel - There has been sporadic sightings of sardines near uMhlanaga, north of Durban. Fishing enthusiast Adam Kamdar says these may have just been mixed shoals of inedible red eye sardines and other bait fish. He adds that the cold front expected this weekend might draw the main sardine shoals to the shores.

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