#5Things: Trump's condition, 'Chasing The Sun', Harry Styles as James Bond, and more

#5Things: Trump's condition, 'Chasing The Sun', Harry Styles as James Bond, and more

The best Breakfast team is back after a short one-week hiatus. These are five things you need to know before you wake up.


1. President Trump's condition is worse than media has reported

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows revealed that President Donald Trump's condition on Friday was far worse than officials had made public, saying doctors recommended the president goes to the hospital after realising he had a fever and his blood oxygen level dropped rapidly.

READ: WHO chief wishes Trump 'full and speedy recovery'

2. New tourist attraction at the Point Waterfront

According to The Mercury, there could be a new attraction at the upgraded Point Waterfront - a “Durban Eye”. The main aim of the project is to facilitate a more than R450-million investment into the Point Waterfront. It is hoped that this will enhance the offerings in the area and make the recently-opened promenade even better and attract more tourists.

New Point wheel

3. 'Chasing The Sun': Springboks' 2019 Rugby World Cup victory premiered on DSTV

On Sunday, a five-episode documentary series premiered on DSTV documenting the Springboks' 2019 Rugby World Cup victory. 'Chasing the Sun' had viewers in awe of the amazing, never-before-seen, fly-on-the-wall footage inside the Springboks’ changing room, planning sessions, emotional interviews, and right down to the chilling winning moment.

4. Lonely otter Harris finds love through online dating site

A seal sanctuary in England made a dating profile for a lonely otter, Harris, who had lost his mate, but now he's found love again. Because otters naturally live in pairs and Harris was such a good partner, the team thought he deserved a second chance at love. Luckily, there was an otter named 'Pumpkin' at Sea Life Scarborough sanctuary, who had recently lost her own elderly partner named Eric. Signed, SEALed, delivered, I’m Yours! (heart eyes)

5. Harry Styles as James Bond?

There’s been a lot of speculation about who would take over from Daniel Craig when he finally retires as our favorite fictional spy character - James Bond. Though the delay to the release of 'No Time To Die' due to COVID-19 means we’re still some way from that moment, the odds of Harry Styles becoming the next 007 have increased after he allegedly met with the producers of the franchise.

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