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Bidvest Chooses uMhlanga Beaches For Mandela Day

A huge thank-you to Bidvest Insurance KwaZulu Natal Bidvest Car Hire, and FMI for choosing the uMhlanga beach as their Mandela Day initiative. A team of more than 80 strong came down to the beach to help the UIP with nurdle cleaning, plastic and…
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City Revamps Millennium Stage

After a number of year of the UIP motivating to the eThekweni Municipality, the revamp of the Millennium stage at uMhlanga Main beach has begun. Walls have been waterproofed, smoothed and repainted; roof trusses repaired, replaced and repainted; new gates…
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WATCH: Nurdle Cleaning 101

It was World Ocean Day on Saturday and our beach clean focused on the little things – cigarette butts / broken bits of plastic and nurdles…..thousands and thousands of the tiny plastic pellets in every handful of sand!!!! Here’s a…
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South Beach Dune Rehab Completed

The UIP has completed a comprehensive dune rehabilitation program on the beach area on the southern end of our beach. The vegetation removed from around uMhlanga Rocks is laid down to help create a base for the sand to anchor…
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New Pedestrian Pathway

In an effort to better manage pedestrian movement and the illegal crossing at the Lagoon Drive extension intersection, the UIP are installing a paved pathway. The pathway will extend in front of the Village Green on Lagoon Drive and round…
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Thank-you Good People

The uMhlanga UIP would like to thank the businesses; individuals and community organisations who pitched in to help with beach clean-ups in and around uMhlanga Rocks. Over a 10 day period over 3 000 refuse bags were collected in uMhlanga…
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UIP Keep Cleaning

PLEASE BE AWARE: DSW (eThekweni Waste Management) and other municipal departments embarked on strike action on Tuesday 30th April and continue to do so. This is effecting service delivery across the City, with the most immediate impact on litter collection.…
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KEEP THE HELP COMING –

Locals and tourists alike are arriving in uMhlanga Rocks to help the UIP and EThekwini Municipality teams clean the litter that lands on the beach with each wave. If you are able to come down please bring refuse bags, rakes…
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Heavy Rains Result In Beach Closure

Please be aware that the uMhlanga Rocks beaches have been closed (25th April 2019) by the local lifeguards due to debris and dirty water flushed from the river into the sea after the heavy rains. They will recheck the water…
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