Tuesday, April 24, 2007

St. Lucia Wetlands – Mothers Day Special


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kwaZulu Natal South Africa

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St. Lucia Wetlands – Mothers Day Special:

What better venue to treat the mother of your children, than St. Lucia. St. Lucia offers family venues or romantic couple break away. From Guest houses to Lodges all geared up to ensure a relaxing weekend for your loved one.

With daily activities that ranges from ocean trips, lake cruises, game drives and even romantic night drives to walks along the beach or in the St. Lucia Game Park. iGwala Gwala walking trail, formerly known as lovers lane. Picnics at Honey moon bend or Mission Rocks. Snorkeling at Cape Vidal. Visiting the whale tower on top of the worlds second highest sand dune.

St. Lucia is the place to visit 13 May 2007. Bring your loved one for facial, aromatherapy or full message at our local beautician.

St. Lucia also host many restaurants. Family Breakfast at Mighty Bite or Wimpy.Sea food at Quarter Deck, St. Pizza or Ocean Basket. Dinners at Alfredo's, Greek Sizlers or Furr Elise. Many pubs to crawl along the main street and even a sundowner at The Elephant Lake Hotel.

Accommodation Special For Mothers Day 2007

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Friday, April 20, 2007

WHALE WATCHING


Dear All

 

WHALE WATCHING has been extraordinarily special - sightings that has had our clients in awe –

Whales that have been so playfull and interacting next to the vessel.

Please look at an special dvd on our facebook site - ADVANTAGE TOURS – this dvd has also been posted onto You Tube.

 

Please remind your clientele to bring along – a packet of biscuits, towel, bottle of water, sunblock lotion –

 

The clients are really excited about the dvd that they can purchase after the tour, this dvd shows footage of themselves aboard the whale watching vessel and footage of the Humpback Whales – extra hippo / croc footage is added to all the dvd’s , as most of our clientele also do the Hippo / Croc Tour –

 

On most of the trips lately they have also seen dolphins frolicking alongside the bow of the vessel, turtles getting ready to come out at night to lay their eggs along the beaches, and often a sighting of shark, whale shark and flying fish.

 

WHALE WATCHING season will continue until the 1st week in December, after which our huge mammals migrate back to the Antarctic to feed for the ‘winter’ months, and then we will continue doing this popular 2hour Ocean Marine Mammal Dolphin tour so see whatever surprises the ocean has to offer and the thrill of the launch on the boat.

 

Please phone us for any bookings, let us know if you need further information, and kindly see our 2011 Activity Sheet on attachment with all the popular tours that is on offer in St Lucia

 

 

 


  ***kindly scroll down and read all messages***                     

 WARM REGARDS!
Riëtte Bennett
ADVANTAGE CRUISER CC t/a St Lucia Tours & Charters

e-mail for St Lucia:  advantage@zululink.co.za

web :    www.advantagetours.co.za - NEW UPDATED VERSION  - EXCITING - PLEASE CHECK IT OUT!!!!

SEE OUR FACEBOOK SITES - ADVANTAGE TOURS SOUTH AFRICA 

Tel   : +27 ( 035 ) 5901259

Fax  : +27 ( 035 ) 5901053

Cell  : 083 487 2762
Box 151, St Lucia,South Africa 3936

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

World Heritage Site
1 McKenzie Street,  St Lucia 3936, ** corner of St Lucia Supermarket  ,the very first building and  the very first information office as you enter the town of St Lucia after crossing the bridge , at the traffic circle find parking immediately on the right (next to PEP stores) **

our GPS co-ordinates are :: S28 22. 335 E32 24. 773   ....St Lucia Village South Africa - ST LUCIA  - PLACE OF WONDER!

Click here to view Advantage's New Video on YouTube!

 

CONTACT US FOR THE FOLLOWING :

 

WHALE WATCHING ( the legal permit holder currently in St Lucia,KwaZulu Natal ), HIPPO & CROC BOAT CRUISES ( aboard the luxurious ADVANTAGE CRUISER ), DEEPSEA BIG GAME FISHING, iMFOLOZi /HLUHLUWE GAME RESERVE TRIPS, CAPE VIDAL SNORKEL SAFARIS, TURTLE TOURS, OCEAN ADVENTURE for DOLPHINS and other MARINE MAMMALS , HORSE RIDING , KAYAKING , etc . with experienced skipper/guides Danie, Bien and Berno and lady skipper/guides Riëtte Bennett and Natasha.

 

**PLEASE ALWAYS INFORM US IN GOOD TIME ABOUT GUIDE CHANGES and cell contact numbers - **IT REMAINS THE GUIDE'S / TOUR OPERATORS RESPONSIBILITY TO CONTACT US 24HOURS PRIOR TO EACH TOUR,TO CONFIRM FINAL FIGURES AND DEPARTURE TIME, AND CATERING IF ORDERED**

 

Cancellation Policy :

In the event of notification of cancellation, the following cancellation fee shall apply on the full booking :

Less than  3 days prior to arrival: 100% cancellation fee

 

Dear Client, it remains your responsibility when making your booking to supply us with either your full credit card nr, expiry date as well as cvc nr at the back of the card or pre-internet payment, else no bookings is confirmed -

 

Yes, paper does grow on trees! Think before you press the print button!

 

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

User Group Education:

User Group Education:

It is clear that the recent opening of the Estuary Mouth draw anglers from all walks of life. Come 18h00 every Friday evening the Vehicles with registration RHB, NT, NES and ND starts arriving in the small town of St. Lucia Estuary. Since any business is better than no business many small business owners has welcomed the natural breach of the Estuary mouth, but this user group is not contributing much, except garbage.
Loaded to capacity and stocked up for two or three nights fishing they swarm onto the beach lighting it up with, neon florescent and gas lamps. Digging in deep to spend the night, many put make shift shelters or some even tents.

The reminisce of their stay is quite visible by Sunday morning a breakfast inducing odor fills the fresh see breeze. This odor is the accumulative smell of thousands of pieces of rotting sardine strewn all over the beach. Coast Care’s job is cut out for a week picking up hundreds of meters of discarded fishing line and thousands of plastic bags and empty beer bottles.

The visiting foreign tourist is left with a breath taking view similar than that of a rubbish dump. What an experience it must be to fly 11 hours, drive 3000km cross country to stand in the middle of the first proclaimed world heritage site of a young democracy and enjoying the combined waste of three municipalities on a small piece of coast where the five fragile eco-systems meets on an area barely bigger than three soccer fields.

Hell guys you put us to shame. It is gross to share the heritage of our children with you. Surely you have more pride than to leave with out cleaning up behind you.

Fishing Rigs and Tackle - St. Lucia Wetlands


Fishing Rigs and Tackle
The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park
kwaZulu Natal South Africa


Fishing
Rigs & Traces Bait

Shark Fishing:

Great past time and could be considered as the poor mans equivalent to Expensive Marlin Fishing. Tackle can vary and range from affordable to very expensive. As with Marlin fishing that takes place from a ski boat in the ocean, shark fishing can be done from surf fishing on the side.

With shark fishing you can restrict the size of your catch through the tackle you use. The tackle is made up by size of reel, breaking strain of line and length of trace. The weaker the monofilament line the less it cost and the smaller the shark that you could expect to land. At 12.5 to 15 kg breaking strain you can expect to land a shark of between 35 and 60 kg. You can expect a fighting time of about 20 to 40 minutes.

A shark uses its body and tail to cut the trace wire. By using the right length steel trace the length of a successful catch is determined. Use a single galvanized hook with a twisted pair of normal piano wire. If the shark breaks loose from this trace rig it will rapidly rust away and ensure the sharks survival.

Strike soon:
By feeding the shark to much line, it will swallow the baited hook and might sustain internal injuries. With a single hook and a good timed early strike, chances are that the hook will settle in the mouth area around the jawbone. Moe often than not, the shark is caught on a piece of skin next to the teeth that could be explained as the sharks lip.

The size of hook is of personal choice and any thing from a 4/0 up can be use effectively. Depending on the size of bait, trace length and breaking strain of the monofilament line would determine the size of the hook.

Bait:
Bait could be any thing from small fish to large grunter or small bonnie.

Landing of the shark:
Many people gaff a shark, but there is no need for this practice. Use the wave action and your trace line to pull the shark out of the shore dump. Leave the shark in the wash zone, take your pictures and release your fish as soon as possible. The trick is to stay away from teeth. Remember you have landed the shark; the safe return of this animal is up to you. There is no need to destroy this magnificent creature.

If you cannot safely remove the hook, cut it loose as close to the mouth as possible. It is sure to rust away, even if your advisory has swallowed the bait hook, line and sinker.

A Green Shark is dangerous, yet a shark that where fought to long will not survive easily.

For more tips on shark fishing Visit the pages of Natal Sharks Board.

EIA - Public Coments Awaiting


STATEMENT BY THE OFFICE OF MARTHINUS VAN SCHALKWYK, MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM,

20 APRIL 2007

Media Statement

Ministry of Environmental Affairs and TourismEIA REGULATIONS BEING AMENDED - TO BE PUBLISHED FOR PUBLIC COMMENT BY END OF APRIL

“Our experience in South Africa continues to prove that the interests of communities and the interests of the environment can never be separated. Economic development and investment on the one hand, and conservation on the other, need not be opposing end-goals. Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) are internationally recognised as an important tool to enable governments to ensure that environmental considerations are taken into account when reaching important decisions on development and investment,” said Marthinus Van Schalkwyk, Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism at a seminar hosted by the Western Cape region of the South African Planning Institute on Friday 20th April.

According to the Minister, “The way in which EIAs have been handled in South Africa has come a long way over the past twenty years. Government is committed to making even further improvements to the EIA system, which will ensure that our future economic growth occurs in a manner that does not compromise the integrity of our environment.”

Implementation of the 1997 EIA Regulations by authorities and feedback received from stakeholders revealed a number of inadequacies in the Regulations and the general EIA system of South Africa. In reviewing the EIA system the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) concluded that a revised EIA system was required.
The 2nd generation EIA Regulations, which constituted the first step towards a revised environmental impact management system, came into effect in July 2006. These regulations have, insofar as the enabling Act allows, introduced various ways to streamline processes and reduce the need for EIAs where environmentally informed strategic spatial tools are in place.

The Minister said, “Since the new regulations came into effect in July 2006, more than 1500 EIA applications were received by the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism and the provinces. 95% of these applications have been processed in accordance with the published time frames. Pending applications in terms of the 1997 regulations have been reduced from 5 955 applications at the end of June 2006 to less than 2 500 applications at the end of March 2007. Contracts to the amount of R11 300 000 (11.3 Million) have been awarded to service providers to assist provincial authorities with the expedient finalisation of the remaining applications.”

The Minister announced, “Chapter Five of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) and the EIA Regulations are currently being amended in order to ensure that our processes are as efficient as possible. These amendment processes will be concluded by the end of July 2007. Both will be published for public comment by the end of April 2007.”

These amendments will focus on:
EIA Regulations:
• Correcting technical and legal errors;
• Revisiting thresholds to “cut out” minor activities;
• Providing definitions and
• Including time frames for appeal procedures NEMA Chapter 5:
• Providing for tools other than EIA• Expanding exclusion provisions to Spatial development frameworks and Norms
& Standards and
• Providing for exemptions

“The amended EIA regulations will combine the best of the current system with new provisions to streamline processes even further, and will ensure that the application and administration of our environmental laws is more efficient and effective. The end result will be better for conservation, better for communities, better for development and better for South Africa.”
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For media enquiries please contact: RIAAN AUCAMP 083 778 9923

21 Species 6,7 & 8 July 2007

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Accommodation Special For Mothers Day 2007

21 Species 6,7 & 8 July 2007

For Africa is hosting the web site around the 21 Species angling competition. We will also be updating your favorite group, St. Lucia Fishing Report, on a regular basis in an attempt to bring the news to you first hand.

Venue: Meer & See Boat Club in Richards Bay.
Date: 6,7 & 8 July 2007
Briefing: 6 July 2007 at 19h30 sharp.
Registration: At Club from 2 to 6 July 2007

Pre-Entry Closing Date: 18 June 2007
Late Entry Closing Date: 19 June 2007 to 06 July 2007

Entry Fee:
Before 18 June 2007

Pre Entry Bay Boat R 300.00
Pre Entry Ski Boat R 320.00
Pre Entry Paddle Ski R 300.00
Pre Entry Jet Ski R 300.00
Pre Entry Rock & Surf R 300.00

Entry Fee Juniors R180.00

Post Entry 19 June 2007 to 06 July 2007
Post Entry Bay Boat R320.00
Post Entry Ski Boat R
Post Entry Paddle Ski R320.00
Post Entry Jet Ski R320.00
Post Entry Rock & Surf R320.00

For More Information Visit 21Species.Co.Za

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Greater St. Lucia Jet Ski Fishing


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The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park
kwaZulu Natal South Africa

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THE GREATER ST LUCIA WETLAND PARKFISHING JETS SKI ON HERITAGE SITE

December 15, 2006

The Greater St Lucia Wetland Authority in St Lucia has announced a new regulation that allows Fishing Jet Ski to operate in the Wetland Park Marine Protected Area with immediate effect. The new regulation, which will be on trial for a year to allow for this type of visitor use to be assessed, is intended for fishing jet ski purposes only. It will be limited per site on a first come first served basis. The areas and numbers of jet ski that may be used for fishing purposes are as follows:
Maphelane designated launch site 3 vessels
St Lucia temporary beach launch site* 5 vessels
Cape Vidal designated launch site 3 vessels
Sodwana Bay designated launch site 5 vessels


Operators must comply with all relevant legislation referred to in the Marine Living Resource Act (1998), the Protected Areas Act (2003) and NEMA Control of Vehicles in the Coastal Zone (2001). A daily permit issued by the relevant EKZNW officer on site is a prerequisite and operators will be expected to comply with lawful instructions issued to them by the Marine/Beach Control Officer.Mr Peter Dearling of the Ski Boat Club in Richards Bay said they were very excited with the new regulation and were looking forward to utilize the facilities at different parts of the park. "We are extremely grateful that the Wetland Authority has eventually issued these regulations. We worked on a lot of documentation in the past 13 months to make sure that the environment remains protected with jet ski fishing. We didn't want any irresponsible behaviour on the beach and at sea."

Jet ski fishing is a sport that is still in its infancy in South Africa, and although fairly expensive it is becoming very popular. Herbert Mthembu, Director of Park Operations for the Wetland Authority said, "We are excited to announce this new regulation. To ensure that visitor experience is protected, no jet ski will be allowed on the surf zone except for launching and beaching of a vessel at the designated sites. Self regulation by users is the starting point for compliance." To get a copy of full details of registration contact the Wetland Park Authority conservation compliance officer at hartleypete@mweb.co.za

For more information contact:
Pontso Pakkies
Media Officer
Wetland Authority
035 590 1633
083 760 3667

Cabinet statement - GSWLPA Board


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kwaZulu Natal South Africa

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Cabinet statement
25 January 2007

Cabinet held its first ordinary meeting of the year in Pretoria on 23 January 2007. This meeting preceded the January Cabinet Lekgotla which was held from 23 to 25 January 2007.

As is normally the case, the Cabinet Lekgotla reviewed the implementation of government's programme of action in 2006 and identified key priorities for 2007. The outcome of the Lekgotla will be communicated by the President in his State of the Nation Address in Parliament on 9 February 2007. The decisions of the Lekgotla will constitute the government's programme of action for the year.

The Cabinet meeting received a report on the project to review and assess the senior management service in the public sector. This review covered matters such as recruitment, selection and measures to retain the services of senior managers in the public service. The report was noted and it was agreed that more work will be done to deal with other matters such as standardising recruitment and selection, refining mechanisms to deal with transfers and secondment of senior managers in the public service. The Governance and Administration cluster will finalise the matter for submission to the July 2007 Lekgotla.

The meeting approved the State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) supplier development policy. This policy is aimed at maximising the impact of large scale capital and related operational expenditure programmes of SOEs on shared growth. The meeting resolved that more work would be done to align the SOE Competitive Supplier Development Programme with the National Industrial Participation Programme (NIPP).

Cabinet noted that preparations for the hosting of the Fourth World Congress of Rural Women (WCRM), to be held in Durban from 19 to 26 April, were on track. An Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) was set up to oversee the preparations for this historic congress. The IMC will consist of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Social Development, Finance, Education, Safety and Security, Minister in the Presidency, Health and Home Affairs.

The following appointments were approved:
* two Deputy Directors-General (DDGs) in the Department of Education

* Mr C Savage and Ms T Seretse were approved as non-Executive Directors of Denel* The following were appointed to the Board of Directors of the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park Authority: Mr M Msimang (Chairperson), Ms K S Mathebula, Ms G Mji, Mr E F Mfeka, Mr L M Mthombeni, Ms S Mancotywa, Mr I M Tembe, Mr A Lax and Mr Zaloumis.
Enquiries: Themba MasekoCell:
083 645 0810

Issued by: Government Communications (GCIS)25 January 2007Source: SAPA

Mothers Day 2007


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The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park
kwaZulu Natal South Africa

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Elephant Coast StLuciaOrgZa News Archives KZN Wildlife

What better venue to treat the mother of your children, than St. Lucia. St. Lucia offers family venues or romantic couple break aways. From Guest houses to Lodges all geared up to ensure a relaxing weekend for your loved one.


With daily activities that ranges from ocean trips, lake cruises, game drives and even romantic night drives to walks along the beach or in the St. Lucia Game Park. iGwala Gwala walking trail, formaly known as lovers lane. Picnics at Honey moon bend or Mission Rocks. Snorkeling at Cape Vidal. Visiting the whale tower on top of the worlds second highest sand dune.


St. Lucia is the place to visit 13 May 2007. Bring your loved one for facial, aromatherapy or full message at our local beautician.


St. Lucia also host many restaurants. Family Breakfast at Mighty Bite or Wimpy.Sea food at Quarter Deck, St. Pizza or Ocean Basket. Dinners at Alfredo's, Greek Sizlers or Furr Elise. Many pubs to crawl along the main street and even a sundowner at The Elephant Lake Hotel.

Club Hippos - Allive and well


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kwaZulu Natal South Africa

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Hippopotamus

St. Lucia Ski Boat Club

They are doing well. Responsible for loads of entertainment, this pod of Hippo has gripped the heart of many visitors. The dominant male, Vincent, has father quite a few cute and cuddly off spring in the presence of large numbers of spectators. He was also responsible for some dramatic sciences when he defended his territory against younger bulls attempting to invade the pod and their cows.


Hippo's

One such dramatic horror science was the day he half killed a younger male and the male, in his attempt to flee the science, endangered the lives of human bystanders. Badly mauled and crippled, staff of KZN Wildlife had no other choice than to destroy the poor animal. Many encounters with crocodiles, also made this pod world famous.

At one such encounter a crocodile has passed mysteriously. This prehistoric descendant could have been killed by hippo because they had a newly born addition to the pod. It could also be that the reptile starved, since the mouth where closed for so long and food became very scarce, or the poor creature could have fallen victim to its own hunger and fed on an anxious anglers bait and got fatally hurt by swallowing the trace. What ever the circumstances surrounding this death, it lead to hours of dramatic encounters between feeding frenzy crocodiles attempting to cannibalize the corpse and the pod of hippo protecting the corpse.

Their attentions with the dead crocodile was not clear but it seems more as if they wanted to resuscitate the dead rival than claim its body has spoils of a fight. Hippo have been documented saving other animals against crocodile attacks.

Many sad moments where also experienced when one or two of the pod's babies mysteriously passed and the opportunistic crocodiles attempted to feed on the fatty tender meat of the corpses. It was heart breaking to see the cow protecting and fending the lifeless body against this slender death machines.

It is great to know that the pod has survived to ordeal of the tidal surge and can still be seen sun bathing on the remainder of the sand bar in front of the ski-boat club during low tide every day. Their newest addition from December still doing well.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Contact Details


The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park
South Africa

Welcome to our regular fishing report and other news from
The Wetlands Park World Heritage Site

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Group Editor:
P. J. Viviers
P.O. Box 130
St. Lucia
3936
Tel: 083 584 7473
petrus@forafrica.co.za

Disclaimer:
This group is hosted purely for the sake of informational purpose. The views and postings on this group are not a reflection of the views of the Organizations listed below. These Organizations have no relations with this group or
the group editor. They are purely listed as role-players regarding management in and around The Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park. The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park Authority is tasked with the day to day management, current and future development and other matters related to The Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park management and infrastructure development.

Mtubatuba Municipality
Municipal Manager:
Dr. E.M.S. Ntombela
Tel: 035 5500069
Fax: 035 5500060
P.O. Box 52
Mtubatuba
3935

KZN Wildlife
St. Lucia Offices
Tel: + 27 35 5901340

info@rhino.org.za
GENERAL ENQUIRIES
ronphysick@kznwildlife.com
webmaster@kznwildlife.com
KZN Wildlife Switchboard: 033 845 1999

Tourism:
Ian Porter
iporter@kznwildlife.com
031 274 1158

Conservation:
Dirk Rousouw
roussouwd@kznwildlife.com

035 5909002

KZN Wildlife Reservations/Bookings:

Telephone: 033 845 1000
Fax: 033 845 1001/845 1005

Wilderness Trails Reservations:
Telephone: 033 8451067
Info Line:

Telephone: 033 845 1002
info@kznwildlife.com
Rhino Club (Gold and Green Cards):

(033) 845 1011/13
Media:
Media Manager
033 845 1235
email jeff@kznwildlife.com
fax 033 845 1299

Park Authority
C.E.O: Andrew Zaloumis
Private Bag X05
St Lucia
3936
Office Telephone: + 27 (035) 590 1525
Siyabonga Centre Telephone: + 27 (035) 590 1507
wetlandmedia@mweb.co.za

Media Officer:

Pontso Pakkies
035 5901633
wetlandmedia@mweb.co.za
Compliance Officer:

Peter Hartely
035 5901633
hartelypete@mweb.co.za

UNESCO
Title
Mme
First Name Denise
Last Name GONCALVES
E-Mail d.gonçalves@unesco.org
Organization Bureau de l'ADG/AFR
Position , Secrétaire principale
Street 7, Place de Fontenoy
City Paris 07 SP
Postal Code 75352
Country France
Office N° 6.074
Work Phone 33 (0) 1 45 68 18 31
Fax 33 (0) 1 45 68 55 44

South African National Commission for UNESCO
President: Ms Naledi Pandor*
Chairperson: Mrs Neo Mathabe
Deputy Chairperson: Prof. S. Makhanya
Secretary-General: Mr Stranger Kgamphe
123 Schoeman Street
0001 PRETORIA
SOUTH AFRICA
Tel: (27 12) 312 51 87 ; (27 12) 312 54 18 ; (27 11) 614 87 87; (27 82) 602 47 21
Fax: (27 12) 325 72 84; (27 12) 323 33 66
EMail: Kgamphe.S@doe.gov.za; nkwenkwezi.n@doe.gov.za;
Web Site: http://www.sanatcom.org
Source: UNESCO/ERC

Green Vision Foundation
http:// www.greenvisionfoundation.com
email: info@greenvisionfoundation.com
Dr Marna Cilliers-Hartslief
Tel: +27(0)12-348 7721 or +27(0)12 368 1897
Physical address: 81 Lindfield Road, Lynnwood Manor
Pretoria

WESSA NORTH COAST
Mr Teddy Perumal
Tel: (032) 944 3959 / (032) 532 1708 / (032)947 635(W) 032 533 3059 (B)
Cell: 082 499 3392

DEAT
DEAT Call Center number
086 111 2468
DEAT Call Center Email
callcentre@deat.gov.za

Postal Address

Private Bag X447
Pretoria
0001

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