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Sport: Two Oceans Marathon wrap
Lebenya Nkoka and Russian Nina Podnebesnova won the 45th edition of the Old Mutual Two oceans marathon but missed the course record and Million Rand incentive in the cool but windy conditions.
The Aquelle Tour Durban will take place on 28 April and will again feature both professional and social cyclists.
Final text messages sent by some of the teenagers on board a ferry which sank off South Korea have been revealed.
A frantic search is underway for a one-month old baby boy who was kidnapped two days ago in the 'Maritzburg CBD.
The trial of murder-accused Oscar Pistorius was adjourned before 1pm in the High Court in Pretoria.
Entertainment: Winter is coming…
It’s been a long eight month wait but finally...WINTER IS COMING! Super-fan Sihle Mthembu can barely contain himself. Read his preview here.
It’s comedy meets club this Easter Sunday, featuring Carvin H Goldstone, Neil Green and ‘Top Dan’, plus a wicked DJ line-up. Win tickets here.
Zaba Simbine dazzled as co-host of the 2014 MTN Radio Awards this weekend! Take a look at her behind-the-scenes photos from the big night here.
We've bagged two awards at the prestigious MTN Radio Awards! We're super proud of the Drive with Damon team and our talented behind-the-scenes producer, Salendran Thulukanam.
If you haven’t watched one single episode of Game of Thrones, where have you been? We're claiming it as the most exciting TV in years...
Best series 20 years ago
The Breakfast team share their all-time favourite TV series they loved 20 years ago! Do you remember any of these? Some are sure to bring back some memories, take a look.
We're loving this little journey to the past as we celebrate 20 Years of Democracy on East Coast Radio. Today, we'll look at our favourite games - both TV games, board games and outdoor games. Marco! Polo!
This video will certainly bring tears to your eyes and put a smile on your face at the same time.
It’s been proposed that it be mandatory for all our sporting teams in South Africa to be represented by at least 60% black people. And certain groups aren't very happy about this. Darren shares his views.
Today we thought we'd get a little nostalgic on you and feature a few photos taken in KZN from many years ago. If you've got any pics you'd like to share with us, we'd love to see them! #20YearsECR
Fun at KFC Family Days!
Highlights from our recent KFC Family Day at uShaka beach. This is what you can look forward to for our next exciting weekends on the beach!
Terence Pillay is at Sun City for Idols theatre week. He managed to sneak in and capture what the judges get up to while waiting for the contestants.
Yesterday, we spoke about all those old-school games we miss playing. We got so nostalgic we played one of the games after the show, but we may have taken it a little too seriously...
At East Coast Radio, we are celebrating 20 years of freedom in many ways. Darren reflects on how things have changed and how it was before 1994.
According to BBC news, an Ohio man was ordered to hold a sign reading, "I Am a bully. I pick on children that are disabled, and I am intolerant of those that are different from myself." He was ordered to sit in public holding the sign for 5 hours, spend 15 days in prison and ordered to attend anger management classes.
Germany has parking spaces just for women
If you want some breathing space this Easter holidays mauling news reveals what you should tell your kids and The DA's Lindiwe Mazibuku has invented a new exercise regime it's a combination of a lunge and a crunch. She's calling it...
Will Uganda ban homeopathic medicine and why can't anyone reach Jacob Zuma to discuss Nkandla report? Mauling news reveals all.
When the Drive heard the Breakfast show's Gerrie Nel parody song, performed by Gangs of Ballet, it inspired them into a little challenge. Vote for the one you prefer here!
Breaking Mauling News: Johannesburg is set to get citywide free Wi-Fi and Richard Branson buys luxury Franschhoek estate!
Did you know the mother of Cope's Mosiuoa Lakotas love child, will not comment on their relationship and mauling news reports why residents of a community centre in Minnesota are still baffled...
Music Blog: Madonna's Music
As we count down to 20 Years of Freedom, we’re highlighting the biggest songs from the past 20 years. Madonna’s electropop hit Music is our featured track from 2000.
Music Blog: Bring Me To Life
As we count down to 20 Years of Freedom, we’re highlighting the biggest songs from the past 20 years. Evanescence’s Bring Me To Life is our featured track from 2003.
As we count down to 20 Years of Freedom, we’re highlighting the biggest songs from the past 20 years. Maroon 5's soulful pop-rock hit, This Love, is our featured track from 2004.
Tell us what your favourite South African song is from the past 20 years, and we’ll play it for you!
As we count down to 20 Years of Freedom, we’re highlighting the biggest songs from the past 20 years. Boulevard of Broken Dreams remains one of Green Day's signature songs, and is our featured track from 2005.
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