Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)
Drizit Environmental has reported that the clean-up response in the wake of the incident is progressing well.
Still unclear how many nurdles are floating in the sea following 10 October storm
Saudi company will pay, says Plastics SA
Larry Bentley (Zululand Observer)
Illegal sand mining in focus
Shelley Seid ()
The tens of millions of plastic pellets that have found their way into the sea after a mega-storm two weeks ago are now likely to reach Mozambique.
Holly Konig (South Coast Sun)
Both the nurdles and the toxins absorbed can then enter the food chain when eaten by fish and other marine animals.
A wind-blown ship crashed into another in the harbour, at least one severely ruptured container was flung overboard and into the harbour waters.
Dave Savides (Zululand Observer)
Hard to get rid of the pesky pollutant
BARBARA COLE (Daily News)
Durban - An environmental disaster is unfolding along the KwaZulu-Natal coastline, warn environmentalists, as billions of plastic pellets are being washed up on the beaches.
Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)
Anyone concerned about the future of natural habitat in this province is invited to a talk by Ezemvelo’s Jenny Longmore.