Surf’s up in Durban again, welcoming watersport enthusiasts, beachgoers and bathers as the city reopens five of the six beaches that were closed due to excessive E. coli contamination.

Last Friday the city closed six recreational beaches — South, North, Bay of Plenty, Sun Coast, Country Club and Umngeni beaches, after high levels of bacteria following a sewerage pollution...

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