Morning news wrap: 06 March 2015
Kaya FM Managing director Greg Maloka says all children of South Africa deserve quality education.
Maloka was speaking on the side lines of the Student Sponsorship Programme’s 15 year anniversary and fundraising gala DINNER in Sandton last night.
KayaFM has partnered with THE Barclays Africa Group Limited and other entities in empowering low income scholars who excel in their studies..
CAPE TOWN FIRE
With the fire in the Cape Peninsula mostly contained…
Firefighters will still remain on high alert to monitor the situation in the area.
Authorities have identified hotspots which will be closely monitored until the area is deemed completely safe.
Search and rescue operations are expected to start to save fauna which may have been affected by the fire.
The SPCA says some animals have been rescued from the area in the past few days.
Wanika Davids is with the SPCA
MKHULISI’S TO DECIDE ON BURYING THE BODY
Pathology tests results have confirmed that the body that was in question following the Nigerian church collapse belongs to Patricia Mkhulisi.
Patricia’s brother Lwandle told Kaya FM news the DNA samples match those of his sister’s children.
The family will be meeting this weekend to decide on whether to accept the body and bury it.
Lwandle says alternatively the family might approach another laboratory for second and final opinion.
HARRISON FORD INJURED IN PLANE CRASH
US actor Harrison Ford is currently recovering in hospital after being injured in a small plane crash in Los Angeles.
The 72-year-old reported engine failure and crash-landed his vintage plane on a Venice golf course.
He was breathing and alert when medics arrived and took him to hospital
Ford was the only person on board the plane when the accident took place
This report is courtesy of CNN