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They meet by chance, but between the everyday struggle of auditioning, dealing with daily rejection, self-doubt, financial hardship, crazy friends and a mad dating scene, who has time for love?Durban - Of the six people who died in a "freak accident" at the Durban naval base on Friday, three are army officials and three are civilians, paramedics have said.Paul Herbst from IPSS confirmed the six deaths and said 26 others have been injured.The heart of the city's Central Business District hums with a scene that plays out daily, with the most minor of variations, across Africa in Kinshasa, Dakar, Bulawayo, and Gaborone. Bollywood melodies waft down the street, colliding with pulsating Afropop tracks.And yet, the action here unfolds in the shadow of the sprawling Juma Mosque, seemingly plucked from the by-lanes of Delhi, the sun glinting nimbly off its golden domes. A man slaps messy mounds of curry and rice onto flimsy paper plates at a roadside soup kitchen. If the taxi drivers play your tunes, then that can become a hit very quickly, especially in their specific area. Is the sound better in the taxis than at the parties? It's more compressed in the taxi because they have powerful sound systems with huge subwoofers, especially the ones that go to South Beach.