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Terrifying great white shark hotspot where swimmers and fishermen are regularly attacked
great white shark attacks has led to one coastline being warned of as a shark hotspot.Swimmers and fishermen are regularly reported as being attacked by the ocean-dwelling beasts, with a series of reported deaths and grisly injuries coming out of the area.A huge great white shark was spotted flying out of the water near a fishing boat, while others have been left brutally savaged and even killed by the massive predator.READ MORE: Megalodon - the biggest shark that ever lived - ate sperm whales for breakfastBeach-goers take life in their own hands when heading to parts of the South African coast, where the ocean-residing beasts are taking lives frequently.Most recently there were reports of a man being brutally mauled to death as panicked onlookers could do nothing but watch on as the horror unfolded. The shark is said to have been stalking the coastline some minutes before the attack at Sanctuary Beach in Plettenberg Bay, with reports of a great white attacking a man in the ocean.National Sea Rescue deployed two boats to save the bloke after witnesses raised the alarm with water authorities, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.The horrifying incident led to a spokesperson for the National Sea Rescue team imploring sailors and ocean-goers to "exercise caution" following the incident.
Deborah James's devoted banker husband who became her rock during cancer trials
Deborah James left her family behind when she sadly died of cancer on Tuesday at the age of 40.Married with two children, the podcast host had spent the final weeks of her life spending quality time with her family after announcing in May that the bowel cancer treatment she had been on was no longer working.She shared snaps of her and husband Sebastien Bowen in the days before her passing as she was given end-of-life care at her parents' home in Woking.The family had been planning for life after her passing, with Deborah making memory boxes for her children to open during certain future milestones.The broadcaster, as part of preparations for her death, had also even given her husband love advice if he looks for a new partner once he has grieved.The host of BBC podcaster You, Me and The Big C died only weeks before her 14th wedding anniversary to Sebastien Bowen.According to LinkedIn, Sebastien is a banker who is a partner at Pomona Capital.He was educated at the exclusive London private school St Paul’s and has a master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh.Deborah called her husband her "rock" because of the support he gave her during her cancer journey, from when she was first diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer in 2016 and through the trauma of her surgeries for infections, bleeding and having 17 tumours removed.The campaigner - who has raised £6.9million through her Bowelbabe fund for Cancer Research UK - had two children with Sebastien, Hugo, 14, and Eloise, 12.The prolific fundraiser revealed in an interview that she and Sebastien, who married in July 2008, started divorce proceedings and even began dating other people only a year before her cancer diagnosis.The Londoner told the Daily Mail in 2020 that the