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#PODCAST: Award-winning Durban Author, Fiona Khan recognised as Global Goodwill Ambassador and Social Entrepreneur

By Newsbreak Producer, Salma Patel - Award-winning Durban Author Fiona Khan has been recognised as a Global Goodwill Ambassador and Social Entrepreneur for her sterling work in the writing nd literature industry. Through her non-profit organisation, the Global Forum for Literacy, Khan is able to uplift and mentor young children and adults to read and write. She says as a goodwill ambassador she will be able to network and plce South African on the international stage through literature......
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#PODCAST: US government allocates over R11 billion towards the fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa

By Newsbreak Producer, Taliesha Naidoo - The United States will be allocating over R11 billion towards the fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa. In an exclusive interview with Newsbreak, acting US Ambassador to SA - David Young revealed the US government’s plans in partnership with the South African government to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Young together with US Consul General in KwaZulu-Natal, Sherry Zalika Sykes will be visiting various health clinics and civil society programmes in the province that are funded by the US government through President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Young explains his vision for the next three years since this is his first visit to KZN.....
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#PODCAST: Ten year old girl shot by robbers for a cellphone in KZN

By Newsbreak Producer, Bongani Gema - Three suspects have been arrested by the police following an alleged armed robbery of a 10 year old girl in Estcourt yesterday. The victim was returning home from a local shop late last night when she was accosted by the suspects who allegedly shot and robbed her of her cellphone before fleeing the scene. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson captain Nqobile Gwala says community members launched a man-hunt for the suspects who were eventually apprehended and handed-over to the police. Gwala says the victim was rushed to a nearby hospital...
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#PODCAST: Police arrest man with 57 thousand rand worth of drugs at Durban bus station

By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi - A 25-year-old man is expected to appear in Durban Magistrates Court today after he was arrested for possession of drugs with a street value estimated at R57,000-00. Police spokesperson, Brigadier Jay Naicker says police are investigating as to whether the drugs were being brought into Durban or being shipped out of Durban - as the man was arrested near the railway station and bus terminal in Durban. He says additional charges may be added after the suspect appears in court.....
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#PODCAST: Richards Bay Primary School forced to close following a confirmed case of Swine Flu

By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - The Richards Bay Primary School, on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal has been forced to shut down following a confirmed case of swine flu. A learner from the school is being treated for swine flu in hospital and remains in a stable condition. KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education Spokesperson - Muzi Mahlambi - says the school immediately took precaution measures and closed...
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#PODCAST: Sardines netted on Durban's North Beach - with more expected this weekend

By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - Sardines have been netted in Durban's north beach yesterday - in what has been described as a "common occurrence" as the shoals head back into deeper southern waters. The KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board have confirmed the sighting - saying that more sardines could be expected to brace the shores of KZN over the weekend. Sharks Board acting head of operations - Greg Thompson gave us an update earlier this morning...
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#PODCAST: Experts call on the public to learn about the many benefits of recycling #NationalRecyclingDay

By Newsbreak Producer Rachel Vadi - With today being National Recycling Day - industry experts are calling on consumers to learn about the environmental benefits of recycling. According to Michelene Locke - sales director at ITB Flexible Packaging Solutions - plastic is not inherently bad. Locke says it is our behaviour around plastic that needs to change. She says that by recycling plastic, consumers can play an active role in keeping the material out of landfills and oceans...
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#PODCAST: Women charged with the murder of two children in 2017 receives two LIFE SENTENCES in Durban

By Newsbreak Producer Rachel Vadi - One of two women charged with the murder of two little boys almost two years ago, received two life sentences at the Durban High Court this week. Liziwe Ngwayishe and her friend Amahle Maliwa were arrested a day after Clairwood Boys' Primary School pupils Njabulo Msomi and Luyanda Mnkayi, both 10, went missing on November 9, 2017. Ngwa-yishe was a friend and roommate to Maliwa who was in a relationship with the father of one of the deceased boys. At some point in the relationship, M-aliwa fought with her boyfriend, resulting in him ending their relationship. The women then decided to take revenge by killing his child. NPA KZN spokesperson, Natasha Kara...
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#PODCAST: Police Minister - Bheki Cele visits protest-hit University of Zululand's main campus

By Newsbreak Producer, Taliesha Naidoo - Police Minister - Bheki Cele - is visiting the University of Zululand's main campus today at KwaDlangezwa near Empangeni on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. This after days of violent student protests, who demanded to speak to Cele about crime on and off campus. The students are demanding stricter security measures on campus and at residences off campus. Yesterday a number of students returned home after classes have been suspended until further notice. SABC News reporter - Hafsa Mkhize is at the University of Zululand and says the situation at the campus is currently calm.......
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#PODCAST: Three suspects arrested in Amanzimtoti botched hijacking

By Newsbreak Producer, Bongani Gema - Three suspects have been arrested and one is still on the run following a botched hijacking in Amanzimtoti, south of Durban. The supsects allegedly accosted the owner of the vehicle as he was leaving his residence at Illovu and demanded his vehicle at gun-point. As the suspects were speeding off, the victim alerted an off-duty police officer who pursued the suspectsand managed to intercept the vehicle at an intersection on Blaze Way Road in Amanzimtoti. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson captain Nqobile Gwala says after an exchange of several gun-shots, police apprehended three suspects while the fourth suspect ran into a nearby bush and is still at large...
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#PODCAST: Phoenix jewellery store robbed: Police in pursuit of suspects

By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi - Police officers and K9 members have cordoned off the area around an abandoned vehicle - allegedly used as the get-away vehicle in a jewelry store heist that took place earlier this morning at the Phoenix Plaza, north of Durban. Police spokesperson, Captain Louise Naidoo says a shootout ensued when police responded to the robbery. It is believed that one suspect may have been shot - but all suspects are at large and no arrest has been made......

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