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After heavy rain tons of plastic was sent downstream to crash in the waves off the Umgeni River Mouth, in Durban.
The unique winter sighting has been documented around the world, with some spheres as large as 9.8 feet washing up along the Arctic shores.
For 30 years, Garfield novelty phones kept washing up on the beach in France. No one knew why — or how. Until now.
Santa has a new team to pull his sled this this year – and they love their job.
TWEEPS around the world have been scratching their heads about this photo.
Life's a beach when you can have a meal with a view!
There are a few tips and treatments available if you happen to swim into a bluebottle this summer holiday.
With all the things you remember to carry to the beach, the most important thing to keep in mind is water safety for you and your family.
The first restaurant and bar, from the Melissa's group.
The city says it has employed additional staff to assist in central clean-ups to mop up the problem for now.
Beach-goers were left gobsmacked after discovering thousands of marine worms called fat innkeeper worms – or “penis fish” – on a US beach.
Hurricane Dorian blew past Florida's eastern coast earlier this week, stirring up waves and causing kilos of cocaine to wash up on Florida beaches.
A teacher picking up litter off a beach in Argentina was stunned when she discovered a 44-year-old message in a bottle.
While South Africans are used to seeing those from colder climates sunning themselves on our beaches in summer, the opposite is often true as well.
Pearl Thusi keeps in fabulous shape and she is not shy to flaunt her beautiful summer body.
The silly season has kicked in and as the weather heats, swimwear comes out.
Just a few cool things we're currently super keen on.
Though other coastal countries make provision for driving along beaches, doing it in SA can get you fined up to R500 000!
There’s this massive ribbon of black and brown bodies of every conceivable hue bobbing up and down in the ocean as the waves roll in. There are no wit ous. Their loss, writes Paddy Harper
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