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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 National Geographic Storytelling Grants Program Officer on their first internship.

Environment Latest News Ocean Watch

South Africa’s oceans get much needed protection

The South African government’s approval of an expanded network of 20 Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) has been welcomed as “visionary”, writes FRED KOCKOTT Work on the new approved network of

Environment Latest News Thin Green Line

Fangs very much: relocation bolsters Somkhanda pack

A NEW pack of African wild dogs has been introduced to a community owned game reserve in Pongola as part of efforts in KwaZulu-Natal to preserve the endangered species.

Environment Latest News Ocean Watch

Durban date for fiery dung beetle

A GIANT dung beetle will be making a fire-spurting, Durban debut on Saturday (27 October) as part of an initiative to educate people about plastic waste and how it can

Training

Of hot talk and jellyfish sex

Roving Reporters intern Thabiso Goba is swept away by the passion of it all at his maiden WildOceans Science Session.

Environment Latest News Ocean Watch

Eni linked to dark deals in Africa

Eni’s activities and projects exploring for oil in South Africa need investigation. Its history in Africa is tainted, writes Dennis Morton.

Environment Ocean Watch

Three days left to have your say on the KZN gas and oil hunt

The multinational Italian energy company, Eni, is partnering with Sasol to explore for deep sea gas and oil reserves offshore of KwaZulu-Natal’s coast. They plan to drill up to six

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FLASHBACK: Joel Burton lands his first byline

In celebration of Joel Burton’s birthday earlier this week, we share the story the landed his first byline in print: a profile of Brad Weare – the real deal in longboard

Environment Ocean Watch

Deadly plight of Senegalese fishermen

In 2017, at least 140 Senegalese fishermen lost their lives at sea, while searching for fish that industrial fishing companies had stolen from their waters, writes Lerato Tsotetsi.

Environment Ocean Watch

Don’t plunder our oceans, says marine conservation activist

Unknown to many,  the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has signed away the soul of the East Coast, writes marine biologist, Khalid Mather.