/ 10 July 2023

Durban paddlers, lawyers take on eThekwini metro over sewage crisis

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The latest E coli readings for several Durban beaches, published by water treatment specialist company Talbot, reflects a vast improvement in the beach water (Peter Titmuss/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
The Northern wastewater treatment works disgorges sewage into the Umgeni River, which flows into the sea at Durban, polluting the city’s popular beaches

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