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Press Releases

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Oct 14, 2016
Category: Press Release
WESSA is proud to be associated once again with extreme Cape Town-based swimmer Andrew Chin, who will take to the water next week and swim between 70-100 km of the Orange River as part of his campaign to heighten awareness around the state of our country’s rivers and the urgent need to restore them. READ MORE...
Oct 7, 2016
Category: Press Release
Fifty-eight Blue Flags will be proudly flown at coastal sites around South Africa over the forthcoming 2016/17 South African Blue Flag season, which opens officially on 1 November. This was announced by WESSA at the national Blue Flag launch event that was held at Marina Beach on KZN’s South Coast today. READ MORE...
Sep 19, 2016
Category: Press Release

WESSA paid tribute to a wide range of outstanding environmental achievements with the presentation of the organisation’s Annual Awards. These Awards were presented at the organisation’s 90th AGM in the Kruger National Park on 17 September.

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Jul 12, 2016
Category: Press Release

WESSA - one of the country’s oldest and largest non-government environmental organisations – celebrates its milestone 90th birthday this year and considering the special history the organisation shares with SANParks it is only fitting that the organisation’s 2016 AGM will be held in the Kruger National Park.   

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