/ 24 February 2022

Moratorium lifted on ship-to-ship refuelling in Algoa Bay a threat to marine life

Safrica Conservation Animal Transport
At risk: Dolphins (above) swim in Algoa Bay and a volunteer (left) helps a rescued baby African penguin. Conservationists are concerned about ships refuelling at sea in a marine biodiversity hotspot. (Marco Longari/AFP)
Over the past six years, three oil spills have occurred as a direct result of fuel ship-to-ship bunkering

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