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Environment Ocean Watch Wild Swim Wild Walk series

Ten more swimmers join the Wild Friends campaign trail

A group of Capetonians are swimming a 22km relay from Cape Point to Simonstown tomorrow to support conservation efforts in the sensitive northern Wild Coast eco-system which is under threat

Environment Wild Swim Wild Walk series

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  environmental education initiative – and a chance to make media

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Destiny is in the sands for proud Pondos

Starry, starry fight American journalism intern Luke Riley muses on southern skies, a patch of land beneath it, and the fight for its future

Environment Ocean Watch Wild Swim Wild Walk series

Swimmers promote alternatives to mining the Wild Coast

Over five days, eight people will swim 22 km in the Pondoland Marine Protected Area First published by GroundUp By Luke Riley A legendary charity swimmer has thrown his rubber

Environment Ocean Watch Wild Swim Wild Walk series

After muddy Midmar, the Wild Coast beckons

Roving Reporters is organising a pod of swimmers to slowly make their way along 22km of the Wild Coast to raise money for eco-tourism,   marine conservation and environmental journalism training.