Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Ballito Rage cancelled

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Ballito Rage cancelled

This comes after a number of positive COVID-19 cases.

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Thursday with only Keri Miller and Sky in the studio this morning. Because of COVID-19 lockdowns, there has been a delay to Darren Maule's admin, so he is using the day to sort that out. 

We are still here to give you five of the top stories we feel you need to know as you get the day started. 

1. 

Crocworld Conservation Centre in Scottburgh on the KZN South Coast, which is home to around 350 animal and 80 bird species, launched its Digital Zoo yesterday. 

The Digital Zoo will feature captivating photos, video clips, audio clips of all animals and information that educates and entertains audiences.

Read all about it here. 

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2.

Portugal's soccer league said on Wednesday that all professional players must get tested for COVID-19 ahead of every match after a game had to be abandoned last week due to an outbreak. 

The league said in a statement that it had informed clubs that all players must take an antigen test 48 hours before a match and said masks must be used on the bench.

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3.

The US scientists that created the world’s first living robots, dubbed Xenobots, have now discovered that they can reproduce in a way that has not been observed in any other organism. 

These C-shaped parent xenobots collect and compress loose stem cells together into piles which can mature into offspring. 

Maybe we should slow it down a bit...

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4.

Twitter has updated its privacy policy so that it can remove images of people that have been posted without their consent. Now, it says it has added "private media" to the list, because the sharing of such material could be used to "harass, intimidate, and reveal the identities of individuals."

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5.

Ballito Rage organisers have cancelled the remainder of the event. 940 guests and staff were tested and 32 guests and four staff presented positive results. 

Read more about it here. 

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