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Shona’s wild sojourn, Part I

South Coast Herald journalist Shona Aylward meets one of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s grandchildren and enjoys being guided by a true gentleman

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Pondo passion for colourful tales burns bright

Mlu Mdletshe, an urban Zulu catches a whiff of Pondo Fever and takes its cultural pulse.

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‘Wild Coast Wallflower’ pitch wins award

Marine Protected Areas are excluding coastal communities from accessing natural resources they had traditionally relied on, says a WildOcean’s intern

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South Coast scribe dons mentoring hat

A  diverse group of marine biology students and aspirant environmental journalists have applied to take part in an eight-day Wild

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More Pondo magic than you can shake a stick at

Rural homestays on the Wild Coast have become vital grassroots eco-tourism ventures on hallowed ground, writes Matt Vend.

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Take a walk on the wild side

Become an environmental watchdog Intrepid, tough and rugged reporters are to get a unique environmental journalism training opportunity as part

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Ocean Watch

Rural homestays on the Wild Coast have become vital grassroots eco-tourism ventures on hallowed ground, writes Matt Vend.

Green fashion: the slowdown

Green fashion: the slowdown

  July 10, 2019

The Thin Green Line

A Berg dairy is feeling the heat over unauthorised expansion and disposal of waste, write Fred Kockott and PS Raju.

Game Changers

SOUTH Africa’s national bird, the blue crane, and other cranes are under threat because of habitat loss, poisonings and powerline

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South Coast scribe dons mentoring hat

A  diverse group of marine biology students and aspirant environmental journalists have applied to take part in an eight-day Wild

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Dangling limpets and silver dancing girls provide much food for thought

Marine biology student Natalie dos Santos learns how many amaMpondo live off the sea and wonders if there might be

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Buck up! Time to apply for the RR internship – 2019

The Durban-based environmental journalism training agency, Roving Reporters, is recruiting two to three interns to assist us in covering environmental

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Xolobeni’s destiny in youngsters’ hands

Starry, starry fight: Destiny is in the sands for proud Pondos American journalism intern Luke Riley muses on southern skies,

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Lights, camera…Oops!

Roving Reporters intern Bukeka Silekwa witness a nightmare moment in broadcasting and deftly sidesteps another.

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Huang on a Mao: more to China’s African adventure than meets the eye

Twenty students from across the country worked with a Wits Vuvuzela team to cover the 14th annual African Investigative Journalism

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