Sharks Board joins clean-up

2014-07-15 00:00

THE KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board will be meeting volunteers on Mandela Day at the Durban beachfront in front of the Elangeni Hotel for a massive beach clean-up.

They are taking their cue from President Jacob Zuma, who urged people to embark on an intense clean-up around the country in celebrating the late Nelson Mandela.

It also coincides with eThekwini Metro’s vision of Durban being Africa’s most caring and liveable city.

According to the Sharks Board, they will “clean up tons and tons of mixed waste set on the beaches”.

The clean-up is not restricted to Durban, however — it is taking place at protected beaches along the KZN coastline.

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