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APR

#isiZulu #PODCAST DA on campaign trail in KZN - slams fake qualifications

The Democratic Alliance has taken its election campaign to the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. Party leader, John Steenhuisen, was accompanied by the newly-elected provincial party leaders, to listen to challenges faced by the communities. The campaign comes ahead of a by-election in the province on Wednesday. Nonkululeko Hlophe reports.....
18
APR

#PODCAST "Lindani is not a criminal" - Granny Xaba says Myeni's family wants justice #SABCNewsExclusive

by SABC News Reporters Tracy Valaydham and Bongani Gema - The family of a former KwaZulu-Natal rugby player who was shot and killed in a peculiar confrontation with police in Honolulu in the US state of Hawaii is demanding justice. Twenty nine-year-old Lindani Myeni was fatally shot by police. Footage that Hawaii police have released shows that Myeni was engaged in a scuffle before shots are fired. In an SABC News Exclusive, Myeni's grandmother, Ntombi Xaba, says Myeni did odd-jobs as a handyman, in America. She he left South Africa in 2018 after marrying his wife Lindsay in 2011. Lindsay was on missionary work in South Africa when the two met. At the time, Myeni was a budding rugby player with the Sharks Academy. The couple quickly got engaged, had their first child and relocated to America. Granny Xaba says Myeni was not a criminal ...
18
APR

#PODCAST Massive #sardine shoal spotted along Eastern Cape Coast

by SABC News Reporter, Tracy Valaydham - Sardine lovers be on the lookout! The first sardine shoal for the year has been spotted off the Eastern Cape coast. Sardine expert Adam Kamdar says there's been a hive of marine life activity between Port Elizabeth and Mossel Bay. Kamdar says they're expecting this year's sardine run in KwaZulu-natal to be a bumper season. He says these beautiful silvery delicacies are expected to make their way to the province by next month ..
18
APR

#PODCAST Jaguars Rugby Club pays tribute to Lindani Myeni apparently shot by cops in Hawaii

by SABC News Reporter, Tracy Valaydham - Messages of condolences are continuing to pour in for rugby player Lindani Myeni who was fatally shot allegedly by police in Honolulu in the US state of Hawaii. Twenty nine-year Myeni who hails from Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal was shot in a strange confrontation with police after they responded to a burglary in progress. Police say that Myeni who lived nearby, allegedly followed a woman to her home. However in a facebook post, his widow Lindsay Myeni says her husband had gone out for a drive after a fun family day. She says he was only gone for 18 minutes when she received the news that her husband had been shot four times. Jaguar's rugby club vice-chairperson Onwhinne Hindley says Myeni was a gentle giant with a heart of gold ...
18
APR

#PODCAST Newcastle science whizz to represent SA in engineering fair

by SABC News Reporter, Tracy Valaydham - A sixteen year old learner from Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal has been lauded for his ingenuity to fight the coronavirus after he was selected to represent South Africa in a prestigious science and engineering fair in the US. Suhaan Singh, a created a robot that scans a person's temperature which is then recorded on an app before the robot dispenses sanitizer. The young science whizz from St Dominics will now showcase his invention, which has been lauded as game changer in the fight against Covid-19, at the 2021 Virtual Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in America. Singh says he is overjoyed...
18
APR

#PODCAST #Freediving #environmentalists find more #pollution in the #ocean

Nature conservationists say there has been a change in the amount and types of pollution that is found in the ocean. A freediving couple says they have seen an increase of masks in the sea - both on the surface and deep underwater. Beth Neale and Miles Cloutier, say through freediving they want to inspire people to safely explore the underwater world and understand the need to protect it. Nonhlakanipho Magwaza reports…
18
APR

#PODCAST DA on election campaign in KZN - denounce false qualifications

The Democratic Alliance has taken its election campaign to the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. Party leader, John Steenhuisen, was accompanied by the newly-elected provincial party leaders, to listen to challenges faced by the communities. The campaign comes ahead of a by-election in the province on Wednesday. Nonkululeko Hlophe reports.....
18
APR

#PODCAST Lindani Myeni's family demand justice - former rugby player shot dead in police scuffle in Honolulu, Hawaii

The family of a former KwaZulu-Natal rugby player -- who was shot and killed in a peculiar confrontation with police in the US state of Hawaii -- demands justice. Twenty-nine year old Lindani Myeni was fatally shot by police in Honolulu. Body camera footage released by the Hawaii Police show Myeni engaged in a scuffle before shots are fired. Tracy Valaydham compiled this report …
09
APR

#PODCAST Durban Mum causes traffic chaos demanding answers for missing son

by SABC News Reporter, Nonkululeko Hlope - KwaZulu-Natal Police says they are still waiting for DNA results to confirm if the body that was found at the Nsuze area north of Durban earlier this week, belongs to17-year-old Mmeli Ngcobo. It is believed that Ngcobo went missing in February and was last seen getting into a car outside his school. Earlier today, a woman believed to Ngcobo's mother, burnt tyres outside Durban's UNISA campus disrupting traffic, over her alleged unhappiness with how the investigation is progressing. KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Thembeka Mbhele says police have updated the Ngcobo family and taken their DNA samples to be tested against the body that was found. She says police will only release the body once DNA results have confirmed it belongs to the missing child. A 20-year-old suspect has appeared in court for kidnapping and has been released on bail.
31
MAR

#PODCAST Motorist shot and killed in hijacking at Isipingo

by Salma Patel, SABC News - A motorist has been shot and killed in an attempted hijacking at Orient Hills in Isipingo south of Durban. A private security company has apprehended two suspects, while the other two are still at large. Dheven Govindasami of PT Tactical explains . . .

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