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Volunteers bag tons in Beachwood cleanup

Volunteers are clearing storm debris from Durban’s beaches. They tackled the Beachwood Mangroves at the weekend and are now turning

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A revelation of a rugged sort

Mother Nature put the brakes on a daring wild coast swim, but a seed has been planted  for a new 

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System failure: sewage spill shuts Durban beaches

Bathing has been banned in South Africa’s surf city, writes Fred Kockott. This report was updated on 11 May.

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OPINION: Caster Semenya – not normal enough?

Our heroes have always been different from the norm. Picking on Caster Semenya amounts to double-standards, says writer-producer Gordon Greaves

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Xolobeni residents open their homes for wild adventures, but Mantashe bails on planned visit

While heavy rains have put paid to a ministerial visit to Xolobeni tomorrow, it has not stopped intrepid wild swimmers

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Wild swimmers and Gwede Mantashe converge on Xolobeni

As swimmers and safety crew prepare for this week’s Wild Swim, Luke Riley reports that sharks in the sea are not

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Ocean Watch

As swimmers and safety crew prepare for this week’s Wild Swim, Luke Riley reports that sharks in the sea are not

The Thin Green Line

Interdict application to halt operations at the Somkhele coal mine thrown out with costs

London eyes on SA water wizzes

London eyes on SA water wizzes

  November 5, 2018

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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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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Exposé of fake ANC members

Former Roving Reporters intern, Sabelo Nsele, now working for The Witness, scooped a regional Vodacom Journalism the Year award last

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What Roving Reporters can do for an international intern

Not all journalism students are lucky enough to get a front page byline and a private, in-person interview with the

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