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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Newswatch @ 6pm

Three Pietermaritzburg men have begun serving life terms for robbing and murdering a tuck-shop owner four years ago.
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Newswatch @ 5pm

Farm dwellers and workers from Normandien in Newcastle say they are mistreated by some local farmers. The community today attended the Ministerial Imbizo on Rural Safety, hosted by Police Minister, Bheki Cele. It follows the recent killing of local couple, Glen and Vida Rafferty who were ambushed on their farm last month.
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Newswatch @ 4pm

UCT Public Law professor, Pierre de Vos says former President, Jacob Zuma's move to not appear before the state capture commission this week creates a bad impression politically.
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Newswatch @ 3pm

The DA wants the Transport Ministry to extend to the 31st of January - the validity of vehicle licenses that expired between March and May.
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Newswatch @ 2pm

KZN Authorities say they've intensified their investigations following the murders of four women in separate incidents over the last four days.
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7am

Newswatch @ 1pm

The Health Minister is reminding us to act responsibly in order to avoid a second wave of Covid-19 infections.
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Newswatch @ 12pm

The 29-year-old man accused of killing a Normandien couple wants to be released on bail.
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Newswatch @ 11am

Former President, Jacob Zuma won't be appearing before the Inquiry into State Capture this week because he's preparing for his fraud and corruption.
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Newswatch @ 10am

KZN authorities have made another appeal to people to take advantage of the amnesty for illegal firearms, which runs until the end of January. This after confiscating an assortment of weapons from a property in Nkandla.
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Newswatch @ 9am

More than 22 000 teachers have reported for duty at various schools in the country, as South Africa moved down to lockdown level one this morning.
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Newswatch @ 9am

More than 22 000 teachers, in the country, have been called back to school as South Africa moved to lockdown level one this morning. The Department of Basic Education says teachers with comorbidities and those over the age of 60 have been asked to return to their desks.
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Newswatch @ 8am

KZN police say a man arrested in connection with the murder of farming couple Glen and Vida Rafferty was nabbed at Osizweni Township in Newcastle. The Raffertys were robbed and killed on their farm last month.

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