Raggy Charters fights against Oil Spills in Algoa Bay
By Lloyd Edwards

Thursday, 1st August 2019

10 July 2019 Lloyd Edwards: "Today I cried!"

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Invitation to Public Meeting about Recent Oil Spill

Please see attached invite to a public meeting to be held about ship to ship bunkering in Algoa Bay.
Venue: Dolphin’s Leap, Humewood, Port Elizabeth on 1st August at 18:30.

Click below picture for the full article:

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A sad story making the Herald:

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Ronelle Friend (Environmental Scientist) addressing the public with the facts and figures regarding the Penguins and the Bunkering that is taking place in Algoa Bay

For a summary of the presentation floow this link:  https://www.raggycharters.co.za/page/sts-bunkering-vs-endangered-african-penguin

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Environmentalists and conservationists are calling for an immediate stop to bunkering in Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth, until all measures aimed at protecting future oil spills are put in place and implemented...
(please note the spill happened at Anchorage No. 2 not in Port)

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