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Verdict still out on seismic impacts

Has loud underwater noise from the oil and gas exploration industry caused whale and dolphin deaths along the KwaZulu-Natal coast?

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Bottom falls out of rare coloured wildlife market

Intensive game breeding sparks weird outcomes. Tony Carnie reports

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Calls to legalise trade in rhino horn stirs debate

‘Ban on rhino horn sales not protecting the animals,’ say game ranch owners

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How many nurdles are floating out there, Sabic?

Port authorities and Sabic fail to come clean on cargo spill As public concern mounts about the extent of industrial plastic pollution arising from the recent Durban cargo spill, responses

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Government probes KZN cargo spill

Saudi company will pay, says Plastics SA In the wake of one the worst spillages of raw plastic pellets in KwaZulu-Natal waters, a Roving Reporters investigation has revealed that the one

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Ocean Stewards inspired by ‘beach-bum extraordinaire”

A “beach bum extraordinaire” has teamed up with fellow marine scientists to generate a new wave of ocean stewards. Fred Kockott and Diony Lalieu report.

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Poverty drives poaching – warning of bloodbath

Boots on the ground will not solve South Africa’s poaching problem, says criminologist, Cath Jakins, co-organiser of the Durban chapter of yesterday’s Global March for Elephants and Rhinos.

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Vultures thrive on rhino kills

Battle against bloodshed Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is under unfriendly fire, but latest arrests spark hope that the tide can be turned in combating rhino poaching. FRED KOCKOTT reports

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Global march against poaching

Several thousand people in 97 cities worldwide – from Gaborone to Canada – are taking part in a global march tomorrow to raise awareness about the impacts of poaching and