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Green light for beaches manager

 Tanya Waterworth (The Independent on Saturday)    30/01/2016

Durban’s beachfront, in line with the city’s marketing strategy of being the “Playground of Africa”, received a huge boost yesterday when the eThekwini Municipality announced it was in the process of appointing a beachfront manager.

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Sewage overflow poisons river

 Earl Baillache (South Coast Sun)    28/01/2016

There were dead fish in the water, but it was business as usual on the beach.

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St Lucia Estuary: life, but not as we knew it

 Amanda Watson (The Citizen)    25/01/2016

Only half the species that were found in 1982 are still present in the St Lucia estuary – many examples are empty shells.

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Texas oil, gas explorers again target huge strip of KZN

 Tony Carnie (The Mercury)    25/01/2016

A Texas-based oil and gas exploration company is pushing ahead with three more public meetings to outline controversial plans to search for oil and gas on almost 10 000 KwaZulu-Natal farms.

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Step into nature's airconditioning

 Duncan Guy (The Independent on Saturday)    24/01/2016

While on an assignment in the Virginia Bush Nature Reserve last year, I found that the bush canopy over the pathways provided the most extraordinary relief from the January humidity.

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1 300 bags of rubbish collected by residents

 (Northglen News)    23/01/2016

Community spirit is alive and well in Durban North as locals band together to clean up uMngeni River mouth.

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A second chance for St Lucia

 Amanda Watson (The Citizen)    23/01/2016

Restoring the Umfolozi river’s water to the estuary will save the ecosystem.

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St Lucia revival deal signed

 Barbara Cole (Daily News)    20/01/2016

A R10 million deal that was struck on Tuesday has gone down as one of the most important events in the history of the Unesco World Heritage Site, Lake St Lucia.

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Battle to save Lake St Lucia

 Chelsea Pieterse (The Witness)    20/01/2016

With only 30% of Lake St Lucia covered in water, plans to naturalise the area are under way.

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Robots helping tell the ocean story in South Africa

 Munyaradzi Makoni    20/01/2016

Thanks to robotic gliders, South African researchers are making gains in ocean R&D, writes Munyaradzi Makoni.

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