Look after pristine sites

2008-07-13 00:00

The south-eastern seaboard affords some stunning sunsets, and none more so than at a stretch of coastline between Port Edward and Port St John’s.

Those familiar with the layout in that part of the world will know that while access to the fishing point is open, the rocks are primarily the preserve of the Gwegwe dwellers. So is the debris and discarded tackle that is littering what should be a place of crashing waves and dramatic beauty.

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