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Wetlands disappearing three times faster than forests - study

 News24    27/09/2018

Wetlands, among the world's most valuable and biodiverse ecosystems, are disappearing at alarming speed amid urbanisation and agriculture shifts, conservationists said on Thursday, calling for urgent action to halt the erosion.

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Plans to install CCTV cameras in eThekwini nature reserves

 Mphathi Nxumalo (Daily News)    27/09/2018

Surveillance cameras could become a feature in all eThekwini’s nature reserves, as one of many measures the city is considering to beef up security at reserves that have been become hunting grounds for criminals.

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Durban beaches strewn with litter after weekend rain

 Zainul Dawood (Daily News)    26/09/2018

Durban volunteer beach cleanup groups have lambasted the eThekwini Municipality for its complacent attitude to preventing litter from entering stormwater outlets.

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Plan to increase SA's marine protected areas to 5% of our oceans

 Duncan Guy (Independent on Saturday)    26/09/2018


Trapped whale released in uMhlanga

 Zainul Dawood (Daily News)    25/09/2018

A whale calf was released after it had become entangled in the shark prevention nets opposite uMhlanga main beach on Tuesday.

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NSRI warns of full moon spring tide

 Juan Venter (South Coast Herald)    24/09/2018

The full moon spring tide, set to peak on Tuesday this week, has begun to increase in intensity as it builds towards the spring tide peak.

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Volunteers take on illegal gillnetters on KZN south coast

 Zainul Dawood (Daily News)    21/09/2018

A group of concerned environmental volunteers have been hard at work removing gill nets from rivers on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal.

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Endangered frogs released in Mount Moreland, Prospecton

     20/09/2018

The Department of Environmental Affairs, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and the Johannesburg Zoo released the frog on Monday in areas where their parents originated.

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The facts and figures behind shark nets in KZN

 Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)    19/09/2018

The KZN coastline is one of only three places in the world where nets are used, the others being in Australia.

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Hefty prison sentence for arch villain in abalone syndicate

 Raahil Sain (IOL: Eastern Cape)    19/09/2018

The “arch villain” in a multi-million rand perlemoen enterprise Morne Blignaut was sentenced to an effective 20 years behind bars in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Wednesday.

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