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Save a Fishies’ Coast 2 Coast Beach Clean-up Campaign Successfully Concludes This Saturday, Astounding Results Achieved: Over 100 Beaches Cleaned and nearly 3 Tons of Litter Collected Across South Africa.

[Cape Town, 18 August 2023] – Coast 2 Coast, an innovative and impactful beach clean-up campaign led by Save a Fishie NPC founder Zoe Prinsloo, is enthusiastically reaching its conclusion on Saturday, 5 August, leaving a profound mark on the coastal regions of South Africa. The campaign’s successful efforts have led to the cleaning of 112 beaches and the collection of an impressive 3.6 tons of litter to date. This accomplishment is a testament to the dedication and collective commitment towards preserving the natural beauty of South Africa’s coastal areas.

From the shores of the Cape Peninsula to the dazzling beaches of KwaZulu-Natal and beyond, Save a Fishie mobilized a variety of volunteers, including local residents, environmental organizations, Girl Guides and concerned citizens, who joined forces with one common goal — to make a positive impact on the environment.

Beginning on 20 May, Coast 2 Coast unfolded its eminent mission throughout the country, addressing the alarming issue of beach litter head-on. Throughout the course of the campaign, volunteers worked tirelessly to clean up and restore these precious coastal ecosystems, ensuring they remain healthy, vibrant, and accessible for future generations. The team started at Eden on the Bay in Cape Town and travelled up the West Coast all the way to Port Nolloth, whereafter they crossed the country doing clean-ups at the Hennops and Jukskei rivers before starting at St Lucia and travelling down the entire East Coast back down to Milnerton Lagoon in Cape Town.

The remarkable success of Coast 2 Coast can be attributed to the united efforts of its dedicated volunteers, Zoe together with her mother and younger sister, who persevered despite challenging circumstances. Their ability to galvanize communities and mobilize resources created a strong surge of environmental awareness, generating a ripple effect of positive change that resonated throughout South Africa.

The significance of Coast 2 Coast’s accomplishments cannot be overstated. The campaign’s efforts have not only protected and preserved the remarkable beauty of South Africa’s beaches but have also helped to safeguard the diverse marine ecosystems and the wildlife that depends on them. Moreover, the clean beaches now serve as prime destinations for tourists, thus boosting local economies and rejuvenating coastal communities.


“We are immensely proud of our successful Coast 2 Coast Beach Clean-up Campaign,” said Zoe. “Our unwavering dedication and remarkable teamwork together with help from our awesome volunteers have led to the cleaning of over 100 beaches and the collection of an astonishing 3.6 tons of litter. This achievement speaks volumes about the power of collective action and the impact we can make when we unite for a common cause.”

“Automotion and Motion Car Rental has cherished our partnership with the remarkable Save a Fishie team during their Coast-to-Coast clean-up. As avid followers of their journey, active participants in beach clean-ups, and proud sponsors of their transportation, it’s been an honour to join this mission. Witnessing 21-year-old Zoë’s leadership in driving this incredible initiative has been a true inspiration, and we eagerly await the ongoing impact of their work for our environment and oceans.

Melinda Lottering, Regional Commissioner for GIRL GUIDES Cape West remarked, “South Africa’s coastlines are a national treasure that need to be protected. The success of the Coast 2 Coast Campaign demonstrates the extraordinary commitment of individuals and organizations to preserve our beaches and oceans. Girl Guides Cape West has been privileged to work alongside such passionate individuals, and we congratulate everyone involved in this campaign for their remarkable achievements.”

“ is truly honoured to have been part of the Save a Fishie C2C Clean-up Campaign. We believe that partnerships can create big waves of change, and this experience has reinforced our commitment to making a positive impact on our planet. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the dedicated and passionate team of Save a Fishie for organizing this inspiring initiative, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in future endeavours for a cleaner, healthier environment” says Yatesh Naidoo from

“Dove Cotton have been delighted to partner with Zoë and her team at Save a Fishie on their journey to clean-up the South African coastline. We fully support this wonderful initiative and look forward to our ongoing partnership with Save a Fishie in their continued efforts to clean-up South Africa. Thank you Zoë and team for letting us do right by the environment and our planet, earning Dove Cotton the right to operate in our communities.” – The Dove Cotton Team

Krispy Kreme Marketing Assistant, Zelda Ndlovu said: “Krispy Kreme is delighted to have taken part in doing our bit to care for the environment.  We are proud to have sponsored the Beach Clean Ups campaign and are overjoyed  by the good work Save a Fishie has done throughout the country.”

Save a Fishie extends its heartfelt gratitude to every participant, sponsor, and supporter who contributed to the success of the campaign. Their unwavering dedication and generosity have helped create a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable future for South Africa’s coastal regions.

For more information about Save A Fishie NPC and how you can get involved in future initiatives, please visit or contact them on

About Save a Fishie NPC:

Save a Fishie NPC is an environmental organisation dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of South Africa’s coastal regions. With a mission to clean up beaches and raise awareness about the importance of environmental conservation, the organisation brings together volunteers, organizations, and communities to make a positive impact on the environment.

Clubs & Societies – Debating

On Monday our debating team competed against Parklands College.

The motion for the senior was: This house believes that developing countries should aggressively disincentivize learners from studying overseas.

The senior team secured the win!

The junior motion was: This house believes that Religious Educational institutes should not receive public funding.

We are very proud of all our teams!

Clubs & Societies – eSport

Term 1 Report:
Edgemead High School finished top of their group in the @acglmedia African Cyber Gaming League in term 1, which gains us entry to the Premiere Division for term 2.

We finished term 1 by winning 4 of our 5 games. We went up against teams such as @jeppeboys_official@greyboyshighschool@westerfordhighschool @hs_eldoraigne and @hs_zwartkop_sport.

Looking forward to term 2 in the Premiere Division.

Clubs – eSports

EHS vs Jeppe High School
Team EHS played their first competitive match in the ACGL league against Jeppe.

The boys were quite confident and felt good coming into the match as they had prepared on Friday and Saturday. This was a best of 3 match with the scores as follows:
Game 1: 6 – 0 (EHS)
Game 2: 11 – 1 (EHS)

The standout player was Jordan Titus as he scored 9 goals, got 6 assists, and made 1 save.

Let’s go Eagles! ❤️🦅💙