Contaminated Isipingo lagoon and other beaches leaves KwaZulu-Natal fishers reeling

Thousands of dead fish popped up in the Isipingo Lagoon, south of Durban, which prompted eThekwini metro to close off the lagoon when it was suspected the water was contaminated with sewage, the result of a faulty pump. 

A cleanup operation is underway, as is an investigation into what caused the contamination.

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