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On April 20, 2020 both the uShaka and SAAMBR team is mourning the death of Gambit, our beloved bottlenose dolphin who passed away this afternoon. Gambit was a true South African icon and a legend in his own right. He has helped to inspire millions of people to care for the ocean and has had a direct influence on the lives of many thousands of people who have met him. The undisputed patriarch of uShaka Sea...

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GET INTO YOUR GARDEN, AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR EARTH DAY (22 APRIL 2020)     Today is Earth Day, so here’s how you can help fight climate change – even from home during national lockdown! Join rugby legend Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira in a challenge as part of Husqvarna’s Grow Our Beloved Country initiative.   Whether you have a large garden or a tiny herb box on your apartment balcony, you can still do your...

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April 14, 2020 – The trouble with fighting an invisible enemy is precisely that – you can’t see it. And when that same enemy is highly contagious – and potentially on any surface you touch – it’s easy to see why people are worried about contracting the virus that causes Covid-19 from packaged goods. However, leading international health organisations like the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) say there...