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The RHVBEMA security team are the eyes and ears of the precinct, ensuring that everything is as it should be. Last week, the security team came to the rescue of a distressed Terrapin (small species of turtle) and safely released it into a pond in the Riverhorse Valley wetland. Security also discovered a litter of puppies at the precinct signage pylon, at the intersection of Queen Nandi Drive and Hippopark Avenue. The puppies and mother were handed over to Durban and Coast SPCA.

 

 

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