Locals come together to clean up beach after storms in parts of KZN

Locals come together to clean up beach after storms in parts of KZN

After the floods that ravaged Durban and other parts of KZN last week, a local hotel recruited volunteers to clean up the beaches which were littered with debris & litter as part of their corporate social responsibility.

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The Oyster Box in Umhlanga took it upon themselves to pick up the trash on the shore. They took to Facebook to share pictures of the good deed.

The hotel also thanked UIP Umhlanga for collecting the bags of litter that were collected.

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Locals come together to clean up beach after storms in parts of KZN

Locals come together to clean up beach after storms in parts of KZN
Source: Facebook

According to News24, over 1000 people flocked to Durban’s beaches this past weekend for a mass cleanup following the devastating floods. A social media campaign called on locals to help clean up the shoreline.

Facebook users were impressed by the kind act. Patty Singleton said:

"Amazing Oyster Box staff. Well done"

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Glynnis Wood Hartwig said:

"Well done! There was an enormous amount to clear. I thought you may need a grader as piles of rubble at 7.30am this morning! Well done as tonight I saw such a huge difference!! Thank you and bless you for your added help"

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