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2015-07-19 Surfer Mick Fanning attacked by shark on live TV Jeffreys Bay, South Africa
C. 2014-12-27 1 man drowns, 40 injured, when large wave hits beach Wedge Beach, Durban, South Africa
D. 2002-09-17 Oil leak ship abandoned South Africa
E. 2002-09-16 Struggle to stop freighter breaking up South Africa
F. 2002-09-13 Oil spill threatens wildlife park South Africa

1 man drowns, 40 injured, when large wave hits beach Map of Wedge Beach Durban South Africa
Surfer Mick Fanning attacked by shark on live TV Map of Jeffreys Bay South Africa


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.19
  A surfing champion was competing Sunday in the finals of South Africa’s J-Bay Open when a familiar-looking fin popped up behind him


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.27
  An unusually large wave hit the popular Wedge Beach on the north coast of Durban, a city on the east coast of South Africa



year 2002 Top ^

Sep.17
  Workers have abandoned efforts to refloat a grounded blazing ship after discovering the vessel's cracks were worsening
Sep.16 Struggle to stop freighter breaking up
  Salvage operators are due to begin trying to refloat the vessel
Sep.13 Oil spill threatens wildlife park
  An oil spill from a stricken Italian freighter beached in an environmentally sensitive area off the eastern coast
Jul.2 Rescue ship returns from Antarctica  A South African rescue ship began its long journey back to Cape Town after rescuing 89 scientists and crew members


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