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A day at the sea with SAMSA: tides

Dsc06452The Trust Sustainability Films (TSF) is currently producing four educational films with the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA). Each film is seen through the eyes of a young Boy and a young girl who are our star actors, Sophakama Zabo...


SST TALKS TO KENTON ROTARY

The founding trustee and director of the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST), Dr Tony Ribbink, addressed the Kenton on Sea Rotary Club last Tuesday (05/11/2013). At the start of his speech Dr Ribbink said that he was pleased to announce the relocation of...



Five Blue Flags for Ndlambe Municipality

“The Blue Flag beach initiative is a superb project that sets standards, provides challenges to maintain, raises awareness and instills a sense of pride, all of which enable us to think and act more positively about our coast and sea and what they...


PetroSA-SST handover of materials to Hamburg community

On Wednesday, the 16th of October, the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) and PetroSA (The Petroleum, Oil and Gas Corporation of South Africa) visited Hamburg to hand over to the community the final products resulting from a food security project...


An underwater 'fanta-sea' garden

The Ship

Sustainable Seas Trust was one of five environmentally focussed organisations selected for the AlgoaFM Magnetic Storm Charity Garden Challenge at the recent Addo Rose and Garden show. SST teamed up with Floradale Nursery and AlgoaFM DJ...


SST on CNBC news

Watch the SST insert on Friday 11/10/2013 from 18:00-19:00 on the programme Latitude on CNBC News, DSTV channel 410. The programme will feature SST Trust Films footage as well as an interview with Dr Tony Ribbink, SST founding trustee and...



Camera’s in Kathmandu

It’s the final stretch for TSF as the crew recently returned from their last field trip of the year and have now set their minds to putting together 2013’s final exciting product. Director and head of TSF, Kyle Robinson, and filmmakers Justin Archer and Graham Holmes, recently returned from Kathmandu, Nepal, where the final stage of the START project’s filming took place.


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