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07
MAY
8am

#PODCAST #Crossmoor family demands #nobail for the murder of #father

By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi. Bail was denied for the suspect arrested in the murder of Chatsworth man *Nichalen 'Donald' Naidoo. The suspect, Cole Kevin Poonan appeared at the Chatsworth Magistrate Court yesterday. Poonan is expected to reappear next week, pending further investigation. It is alleged that Naidoo was run over twice and dragged about 200m under the car of the suspect. A large crowd of family and community members gathered outside court to protest at the hearing. Family spokesperson, Yasheen Jeewanraj says they want justice for this horrific murder.
07
MAY
7am

#PODCAST - Durban businessman #ThoshanPanday's family released on bail

By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi. Family members of Durban businessman Thoshan Panday were formally charged at the Durban Magistrate's Court today. Panday's mother - Arvenda Panday, his wife - Privisha Panday, his brother-in-law - Seveesh Ishwarkumar, Panday's sister - Kajal Ishwarkumar, and Tasleem Rahiman, who work as Panday's assistant were granted bail for their involvement in the fraud, racketeering and corruption matter related to lucrative police contracts for accommodation during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The matter has been set down for trail at the High Court on 21 May 2021. Our reporter Mlondi Radebe brings us the latest
07
MAY
7am

#PODCAST #BREAKINGNEWS Mystery surrounds death of prominent #Durban #Attorney

By Newsbreak Executive Producer, Salma Patel. A prominent Durban attorney has been found dead at his Umhlang apartment a short while ago. Its believed that the victim was found with stab wounds in the arm and chest. Spokesperson for the private security company, Reaction Unit South africa, Prem Balram says that the victim had left a suicide note.
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST Limpopo police issue an urgent call for information relating to the disappearance of 36-year-old Shyam Premjee

By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - An urgent call is being made by Limpopo police for members of the public who may have information related to the disappearance of 36-year-old businessman, Shyam Premjee, to come forward. He went missing almost a month ago - with no information related to the missing-persons case at this stage. Rumours suggest that the man was kidnapped, however police have not confirmed this. Limpopo Police Spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST Labour law expert @jazlaw24 explains his concerns over issues of workplace burnout

By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the workplace has caused many employees to suffer from burn-out due to the pressures of adjusting to the new normal. These are the sentiments of labour law expert, Saber Ahmed Jazbhay. In times of uncertainty and vulnerability, he says employers need to be support structures to their employees - especially with people having to change their routines due to the pandemic...
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST Despite latest Avian Flu outbreak, Department of Agriculture say all poultry sold in SA is "safe to consume"

By Newsbreak Producer Taresh Harreeparshad - Poultry on South African shelves is safe for consumption - despite another case of Avian Influenza at a commercial chicken farm in Randfontein, Gauteng. This is the fifth outbreak so far, with four in Gauteng and one in the North West. According to the Department of Agriculture all affected farms have been quarantined, with control measures being implemented. Director of Animal Health at the Department Dr. Mpho Maja explains how traders can detect if they are at risk of an Avian Flu outbreak...
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST @SAMROMusic begin collecting royalties from social media platforms including Facebook and TikTok

By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - The Southern Africa Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) has begun collecting royalties on behalf of its members from TikTok, Facebook and Netflix, after having concluded licensing agreements with the popular digital platforms. This is a step forward towards adapting its licensing and royalty payments to the technological landscape. What this means, is that SAMRO will now be able to collect royalties on behalf of members, for all copyright-protected content that features on these platforms, with immediate effect. SAMRO Chairperson, Nicholas Maweni...
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST @ReachForADream urge people to don their favourite pair of slippers today! #SlipperDay2021

By Newsbreak Producer Matthew Veeran - Reach For A Dream's most celebrated fundraiser "Slipper Day" is celebrated today - an initiative that's aimed at raising funds for children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Observed annually since 2011, Slipper Day was actually postponed last year due to COVID-19. This time around, the non-governmental organisation will look to pick up where they left off, partnering with a number brands and organisations to make this year's event a memorable one. Reach For A Dream CEO - Julia Sotirianakos says this year's theme of Not All Heroes Wear Capes is a fitting reminder that South Africa's brave children and front-line health workers are the true heroes of these uncertain times...
07
MAY
2am

#PODCAST The nephew of slain activist Ahmed Timol vow to leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of justice

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - The court case against Joao Rodrigues - who is facing a charge of murdering anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol in 1971 is set to be back in court on the 12th of July. Rodrigues made his 18th court appearance yesterday at the Palm Ridge High Court in Germiston, Gauteng yesterday. According to Timol's nephew Imtiaz Kajee - Judge Ramarumo Monama inquired as to why Rodrigues legal fees was being footed by the state. In 2017 Judge Billy Mothle overruled a 1972 inquest finding that Timol had committed suicide by jumping to his death from the 10th floor of John Vorster Square Police Station. Forensic pathologists testified that his body was riddled with external and internal injuries, consistent with severe torture. Kajee says he will not stop pursuing the matter...
06
MAY
8am

#PODCAST A power struggle within the ANC - as Ace fights suspension with suspension

By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo and Taresh Harreeparshad - Political analysts say there is a growing power struggle within the ANC after the party's secretary-general Ace Magashule refused to comply with his suspension. Magashule was served with a suspension letter dated the 3rd of May as per the parties step-aside resolution. Magashule however - hit back with a letter suspending president Cyril Ramaphosa from the party. Magashule is being charged with corruption, fraud and money laundering related to a failed multi-million-rand asbestos project when he was premier of the Free State. He is among many party members implicated including former eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede. Political analyst Dirk Kotze explains the political impacts of this for the ANC...
06
MAY
8am

#PODCAST Call for volunteers to assist as the second phase of the vaccine rollout set to get underway

By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - The South African COVID-19 vaccine rollout is a national imperative that requires the utmost attention. This according to co-ordinator and a director for Vaccines 4 Healthcare Workers - under the Sisonke vaccine programme - Dr Unben Pillay. A call is being made for out-of-hospital health-care workers to register for the vaccine and for clinical and non-clinical volunteers to come on board. Pillay says in order for the country to reach population immunity volunteers are needed to get people jabbed...

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