The plan to create a haven on the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) north coast for every endangered wildlife species on earth will eventually bring jobs and money to one of the country’s poorest areas, according to the entrepreneurs behind the venture. But not everyone, it seems, is as enthusiastic as they are.

Possibly because the numbers are, to be blunt, incredible...

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