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#MuteTheSea call grows louder after SDCEA meeting

 Erin Hanekom (Southlands Sun)     31/07/2017

Community members learn about the effects of sounds at sea.

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Anglers speak out against overfishing

 Shiraz Habbib (Northglen News)     28/07/2017


According to authorities more than 30 people were arrested in Durban and surrounds during June for fishing in protected areas.
FISHERMEN

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Ezemvelo Chief's resignation put on hold

 Kamcilla Pillay (The Mercury)    27/07/2017

The resignation of Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife chief executive David Mabunda has been put on hold with MEC Sihle Zikalala insisting he is still in charge of the entity.

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First desalination plant for the Dolphin Coast

 Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)    27/07/2017

Ballito company Solaqua Holdings will break ground on the new plant next week at Blythedale Coastal Estate

Solaqua

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Elephant seal makes a surprise appearance at Zinkwazi

 Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)    26/07/2017


“In the last 40 years we only have records of 11 of these seals visiting KZN’s coast” – uShaka Marine World’s Anne Kunz
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Ezemvelo and its chief to part ways

 Barbara Cole (Daily News)    26/07/2017

DURBAN - Speculation that David Mabunda, the chief executive of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, was going to resign this month was proven correct on Tuesday when a farewell briefing session took place for him.

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Surprise move to merge Shark and Park boards in KwaZulu-Natal

 Tony Carnie (News 24 Correspondent)    26/07/2017

The KwaZulu-Natal government is planning to weld together two different organisations: one that was set up to protect animals from people, the other to protect people from animals.

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Update: Sardine activity heads north

 Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)    25/07/2017

Many shoals of the little silver fish have been spotted around Umkomaas today.

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Greenpeace win over tuna giant Thai Union

 (North Coast Courier)    24/07/2017


Greenpeace and 700 000 concerned people from around the world recently succeeded in convincing the world’s largest tuna company to clean up its act.

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No action on illegal waste dumping in Richards Bay

 Tamlyn Jolly (Zululand Observer)    21/07/2017

Richards Bay residents are at their wits’ end over illegal dumping sites around the city

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