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#PODCAST: Satellite police station near University of Zululand torched by students

By Newsbreak Producer, Taliesha Naidoo - A satellite police station in KwaDlangezwa, near the University of Zululand, on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast has allegedly been torched by protesting students. The situation remains tense at the university. The protests - that started on Monday night - are continuing with students calling on the university to step up security on and off campus. Police spokesperson - Thembeka Mbhele - says thirty students have been arrested and are expected to appear in court soon. SABC News reporter - Mfundo Mthembu has the latest details....
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#PODCAST: KZN Department of Education launch provincial School Safety programme

By Newsbreak Producer, Bongani Gema - The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education has appointed 1500 trained security personnel to be deployed to schools around the province. This is to ensure the safety of learners and the teachers inside the school premises. The programme is being launched today at Ukusa High School at Hammardsdale in the KZN Midlands - where two school security guards were allegedly brutally attacked and killed by robbers. Last week a 15 year-old learner from Satri College in Durban - Moyeni Walters - was allegedly shot by fellow learners outside the school. SABC Reporter - Minoshni Pillay is attending the launch. She says the Department hopes the deployment of the security guards will curb such incidents from repeating themselves at schools in the province...
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#PODCAST: Police manhunt on for Durban north bank robbery suspects

By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi - Police have launched a massive manhunt for the suspects involved in a bank robbery - in which one person died - north of Durban yesterday afternoon. While details of the robbery are still being investigated, it is believed that the victim may have been followed into the bank. Kyle van Reenen, the General Manager of local emergency services, Crisis Medical, says the victim was shot in the chest and died at the scene.....
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#PODCAST: Over 150 attorneys to help citizens draw up their will - for free #NationalWillsWeek

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo -
Members of the public have been urged to take advantage of the opportunity to have their last will and testament drafted free of charge during National Wills Week. During this period - which takes place until the 20th of this month, legal practitioners will draft and offer legal advice at no cost to the public. The services are offered through a partnership with Legal Aid South Africa (Legal Aid SA), the Law Society of South Africa and the Justice and Constitutional Development Department. Head of Fiduciary for Wealth and Investment at a leading bank, Vijay Morarjee, says approximately 80% of South Africans don't have a valid will in place...
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#PODCAST: KZN Education Department launch the "Safer Schools Project" today #SastriCollege #WalterMoyeni

By Newsbreak Executive Producer Salma Patel - The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education will launch its Safer Schools Project at Hammarsdale today. This, in light of the upsurge of violence at schools, the most recent being the murder of a Sastri College Learner, Walter Moyeni. Its alleged that Walter was shot dead by fellow learners outside the school premises on Thursday last week. The school is expected to hold a memorial for Walter tomorrow. Two suspects have appeared in court for the murder. Crime analyst Yasmin Buccus says eliminating violence at schools is a collective effort...
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#PODCAST: Manhunt underway after a Margate women is found buried in a shallow grave...

By Newsbreak Producer Bongani Gema - KwaZulu-Natal police have launched a manhunt for one suspect after the body of a 22 year-old woman was found buried in a shallow grave in Margate, on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast. The gruesome discovery was made by community members last Friday. Police say the woman was last seen by her friends on Wednesday on her way to visit her boyfriend. When the victim hadn't returned home for two days, the friends became worried and began looking for her. KZN police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane says the police are also appealing to the victim's boyfriend to come forward...
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#PODCAST: September marks International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month #MedicalMonitor @CHOCfoundation

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - September marks International Childhood cancer awareness month and medical experts are stressing the importance of early detection - something that can drastically increase survival. South Africa has some of the lowest survival rates when it comes to childhood cancers at 55%, according to the Childhood Cancer Foundation of South Africa (CHOC). Regional manager of CHOC South Africa Agie Govender says one of the tactics to increase the percentage of childhood cancer survival is raising awareness on how the different cancers manifest...
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#PODCAST: Residents from Burnwood in Durban call for the immediate removal of "violent" Somali nationals

By Newsbreak Producer Bongani Gema - Residents of the Burnwood informal settlement in Durban are demanding the forceful removal of suspect Somali nationals. This after the disgruntled residents marched to their local police station accusing the alleged foreign nationals of shooting locals in the area. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson - Captain Nqobile Gwala says a search in the informal settlement was then conducted by the police and one unlicensed firearm has been discovered...
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#PODCAST: Interpol drug conference to target narcotics trafficking held in Cape Town

By Newsbreak Producer, Salma Patel - The second Interpol Drug Conference is set to kickoff in Cape Town tomorrow. More than 190 countries will be represented at the conference that hopes to tackle the international trafficking of drugs wordwide. National Police Spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidu says its important for countries to strengthen networking and relationships with authorities to prevent drugs from infiltrating and destroying communities........
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#PODCAST: Body of Indian male washes up on the Durban beachfront

By Newsbreak Producer, Bongani Gema - A body, believed to be that of an Indian male, has washed up on the Durban beachfront this morning. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane says the body was found at Dairy Beach. The victim is suspected to be 48-years-old and had been wearing jeans and takkies. Zwane says the man's identity has not yet been established and an inquest docket has been opened...
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#PODCAST: KZN father believes two life terms for killing his two children are "too harsh"

By Newsbreak Producers, Taliesha Naidoo & Bongani Gema - Emmanuel Ndlela, the 38-year-old father who killed his two children aged 3 and 8 years old at Empangeni on the north coast of KwaZulu Natal, has been sentenced to two life terms by the Pietermaritzburg High Court. Ndlela pleaded guilty to the murders. The bodies of the children were found hanging inside the Ndlela family house on the 10th of August. SABC News reporter - Nonjabulo Makamu attended court proceedings and says the father believed the two life terms were too harsh for him....

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