Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Explosives found in KZN

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Explosives found in KZN

Some things you should know while in holiday mode...


The week of Christmas is here! We are almost at the end of the year 2021 and we are happy to have gone through it all with you. 

One thing we are still doing is sharing five of the headlining stories you should know this morning. 

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The eThekwini Municipality worker who drove a municipal van through Galleria Mall in Amanzimtoti on Wednesday has been arrested. Some people in the viral video say that he was drunk. 

Watch the video here.

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Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said players not vaccinated against COVID-19 pose a health risk and it was unlikely the Merseyside club would sign players who refuse the vaccine.

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A Massachusetts-based cannabis company baked the world's biggest pot brownie, weighing an astonishing 385 kilograms. That's the equivalent of 66 joints. A single bite contains 5mg of THC.

Pot brownie
Marimed Inc

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The 'Energy Armour' products, which have been sold in The Netherlands to protect people against 5G, have been banned for sale by the Dutch Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection (ANVS) after they issued a statement informing consumers that they emit ionising radiation, which could pose a risk to human health.

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On Friday, night police recovered a large quantity of explosives in KwaZulu-Natal which were allegedly to be used to blow up national key points after it was announced that former president Jacob Zuma should return to prison.



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