Marina Beach on the South Coast will be closed to the public on Friday, October 7
Shona Aylward (South Coast Herald)
There is an interesting plan unfolding for the little coastal town of Ramsgate.
Mel Frykberg (African News Agency)
Sharks are in trouble. About 100 million are killed by commercial fishers each year, and the global trade in their fins and meat is unsustainable.
Wellington Makwakwa (Zululand Observer)
School pupils take part in the Beach Clean-up campaign
Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)
Photographs taken at Marina Beach's Umkobi Lagoon are going viral.
Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)
A common dolphin died on an isolated stretch of Zinkwazi beach on Friday afternoon after twice beaching itself and suffering a broken jaw.
The database is used by scientists, conservation groups, governments and industry leaders to take actions and ensure trash never reaches the beach.
Samantha Hartshorne (The Star)
The Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) kicks off this weekend and South Africa, as host country, is set to play a key role in advocating for proposed listings.
Erin Hanekom (Southlands Sun)
After calls for action, the DEA has responded strongly.
Larry Bentley (Zululand Observer)
Presently, the only entrance by vehicle into the area is a 5km single-lane sand track through coastal forest