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Newswatch @ 4pm - 22 February 2019

Land occupiers in Durban's Cato Crest have been given a week to make representations to the High Court on why they should not be evicted. Earlier this week, scores of people arrived on Mary Thiphe Street and started clearing a piece of municipal land to erect shacks.
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Newswatch @ 3pm - 22 February 2019

Thirteen bodies have been recovered from a mine shaft in Mpumalanga where there was a gas explosion earlier this month. Provincial police spokesperson Leonard Hlathi says the recovery mission at Gloria mine took place this morning.
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Newswatch @ 2pm - 22 February 2019

A man is appearing in a Durban court on charges of contravening marine laws - after being caught with abalone in the CBD. The police's Nqobile Gwala says the suspect the 28-year-old man was arrested yesterday at a business in the CBD - during an operation involving police, Department of fisheries and customs officials.
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Newswatch @ 1pm - 22 February 2019

The 12 men accused of orchestrating a series of terror-related attacks in Durban last year are facing additional charges. They were arrested in October in relation to the planting of fire bombs around the city - as well as a fatal knife attack at the Imam Hussain Mosque, in Verulam, last May.
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Newswatch @ 12pm - 22 February 2019

The State says it's wrapped up its investigation in the case against the Verulam man accused of raping and holding captive his 10-year-old stepdaughter - and is ready to proceed to trial. The 43-year-old is facing charges of rape, sexual assault, grooming and exposing a child to pornography. He briefly appeared in the Verulam Magistrates Court this morning.
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Newswatch @ 11am - 22 February 2019

The KZN Department of Economic Development says it’s provided emerging businesses with more than R1-point-1-billion-Rand in financial support over the past five years. Speaking at an Executive Council lekogtla - currently underway in Durban - MEC Sihle Zikalala said yesterday that during this period, the KZN Growth Fund had approved projects in the manufacturing, healthcare, transport, logistics and telecommunications sectors.
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Newswatch @ 10am - 22 February 2019

The search for a missing Ndwedwe man has ended in tragedy -- with the grisly discovery of his body. The 37-year-old man had been missing since last weekend. His partially decomposed remains were recovered from the Umdloti River yesterday afternoon. SAPS spokesperson Nqobile Gwala says local police are investigating.
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Newswatch @ 9am - 22 February 2019

We begin with news just in: An elderly man has been left fighting for his life after being shot at close range in what is - at this stage - thought to have been a road rage incident. The shooting took place on Otto Volek Road - near the M19 in Pinetown - a short while ago. Rescue Care's Garrith Jamieson says medics are still trying to stabilise the man at the scene.
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Newswatch @ 8am - 22 February 2019

The Durban University of Technology’s taken its fight with protesting students to court and secured an interdict against them. This in the wake of weeks of violent unrest, which saw third-year Business Administration student, Mlungisi Madonsela shot and killed in a scuffle with campus security. Lectures were then suspended.
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Newswatch @ 7am - 22 February 2019

eThekwini's hopeful the courts will tell them how they can proceed in tackling a spate of land invasions in the municipality in recent days. Officials say they will begin demolishing the shacks immediately if granted an interdict by the Durban High Court. This after hundreds of people began setting up homes in the Cato Manor and Cato Crest areas this week. On Tuesday, they started clearing land, cutting down trees and burning the bush.
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Newswatch @ 6am - 22 February 2019

KZN Christian Social Services says its preparing for the arrival of nearly 200 children who had been removed from their care at the weekend. The Maritzburg High Court ruled yesterday that the children must be returned to centres in Ladysmith and Newcastle within 36 hours. Officials forcibly removed the children - who range in age from 1-month to 20-years - from three homes following allegations of racism and physical abuse. The service's CEO - Gerhard Botha says they will co-operate fully with the department's investigations.

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