Something is Rotten in Durban (Paperback & eBook)

Illegal waste dumps are becoming all too ubiquitous in South Africa. Our neighbourhoods are being rapidly turned into dumping grounds by unscrupulous, ignorant and selfish pillagers. We watch with anger and a sense of helplessness as our neighbourhoods are turned into wastelands.

“Something is Rotten in Durban” initiates the discussion of illegal dumping of waste, with news of the death of little Jordan Lewis, in a bold attempt to draw the reader’s attention to the criminality and seriousness of illegal dumping.

At best it attempts to describe this worldwide phenomenon of illegal waste dumping as it plays out in the dirty streets of South Africa.

Something is Rotten in Durban

Now available in Paperback and E-book


About the author

Kuben Samie is an environmental activist from Durban, South Africa. He has over 20 years experience in the environmental field. He holds a degree in Zoology from the University of Durban-Westville, and a Law degree from the University of South Africa. He is currently campaigning to save the historic Cato Manor Indian Cemetery and Crematorium in Durban.