Tony Carnie (The Mercury)
THERE is some very good news this morning about Lake St Lucia, Africa’s largest estuarine lake and South Africa’s first World Heritage site.
Lesley Naude (North Coast Courier)
The changing coastline has been battered many times before, but so far Ballito has always managed to bounce back.
Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)
The public protector will make a decision about Mpenjati beach’s status next year.
The pair suffered chest pains once they exited the water.
Shiraz Habbib (Northglen News)
Roarke Hamilton has explained his side of the story following pictures of a Zambezi shark caught on eMdloti beach.
Se-Anne Rall (Northglen News)
Rugby players joined by community in Blue Lagoon clean up.
Jean Simonis (Zululand Observer)
Currently, global rates of sea level rise are accelerating, with the latest predictions a one meter rise
Dave Savides (Zululand Observer)
Coast survives super full moon tides
Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)
“Beaches flying the red flag are closed to swimmers for their own safety.” – Bongani Xulu
Michelle Izatt (South Coast Sun)
Don’t miss out on this rate opportunity to get outside, enjoy nature and get great photos of this rare natural phenomenon