Ntandoyenkosi Dlamini (South Coast Herald)
Sasol Africa and Eni Italian Oil Corporation reprotedly intended to explore and drill for oil and gas along the South Coast, Richards Bay and Durban without notifying the public through meetings and consultations.
DURBAN - Four popular Durban beaches have been closed due to a shortage of sand as a result of erosion, according to eThekwini Municipality officials.
Duncan Alfreds (News24.com)
DUNCAN GUY AND ARTHI GOPI (THE INDEPENDENT ON SATURDAY)
DURBAN - Booms and straws represent the small steps being taken to reduce Durban’s plastic pollution.
There is criticism and perceptions of inadequacy about the success of the current EIA system as a tool for environmental impact management.
ZAINUL DAWOOD (DAILY NEWS)
Durban - The North Beach lifeguard tower is under threat of collapsing if the eThekwini Municipality does not intervene to replenish the sand lost to erosion.
Lauren Beukes (Southlands Sun)
The whale watching route was recently launched to develop and uphold responsible tourism.
Allan Troskie (North coast Courier)
With the inclusion of the LTBWS into the area’s water system, it is hoped that water shortages will be a thing of the past.
Tamlyn Jolly (Zululand Observer)
The vessel serves as a floating storage and fuel replenishment