Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Hellen Zille dragged out of voting station

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Hellen Zille dragged out of voting station

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Good Mauling from your favourite breakfast radio trio. We yet again bring you five stories headlining the news today. 

We kick off the stories with a fun one! 

READ MORE: "If I take too long to get my second jab, will the first wear off?"

For obvious reasons, especially since the release of the COVID-19 vaccine, "vax" is the Word of the Year for 2021, according to the annual report from Oxford Languages.

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READ MORE: Report reveals “very toxic" chemicals are poisoning Durban rivers and beaches

Most of the beaches between Durban and Salt Rock are officially reopening today. Although on Monday families picnicked or sunbathed, while surfers hit the waves and others frolicked in the surf.

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READ MORE: How much faith has Sky lost in the Springboks?

Assistant coach Deon Davids has confirmed that wing Sbu Nkosi is yet to link up with the Springboks in Cardiff and will probably miss the opening Test of the November tour against Wales on Saturday. Nkosi’s passport and visa meant he was unable to join the Springboks when the team embarked on their pre-tour camp in France last week. Nkosi reportedly had a valid passport, but too few pages blank pages in it to be able to apply for a visa. As a result, he had to apply for a new passport before he could apply for his Schengen visa.
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READ  MORE: Misconceptions of Darren, Keri, and Sky - Keri is NOT vegan

According to a recent analysis in the journal of Food Science and Nutrition, a meat-free diet is linked to higher levels of depression and anxiety than omnivorous eating. 

The results show that meat eaters report lower rates of depression and anxiety than vegans and vegetarians do.

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LISTEN: Were the DA posters tone deaf or a great marketing campaign?

DA Federal Council chairperson Helen Zille has opened a case of assault against a police officer after she was seen being dragged out of the Fernwood Primary School voting station in Bethelsdorp. She was accused by ANC officials of canvassing for votes. 


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