The week-long beach clean up beganon World Environment Day on Tuesday, 5 June and will end on Friday, 8 June which happens to be World Oceans Day
Tuesday, 5 June marked World Environment Day as well as the start of the Treasure Beach Clean up
A TEAM of locals joined together on Friday, 15 September to fill and pack 5,000 bags of food for the Stop Hunger Now campaign held by Rise Against Hunger (RAH) at Bluff Towers.
Wentworth residents march to reclaim their community.
Tours like these will bring tourism to the South Durban Basin.
Photos by Jon-Eirik Boholm and Geir-Inge Buschmann from Boholm Photography.
Officials tour the facility following #DurbanFire.
Fires and videos sent in of the fire in progress in the harbour.
Enjoy the sights of Treasure Beach.
Rescue crews train for emergencies and fly over Wentworth, the Bluff, the city centre, Inanda and Shongweni.
The Bluff Boardriders in conjunction with the Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa, Mondi, Durban Solid Waste, KZN Wildlife and the South Durban Basin Area-Based Management team, headed the annual clean-up and handed out gloves, shirts and bags to the participants who were there from 9am to noon.