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3 X Decks 3 X Decks 3 X Decks KZN Permits Nudity to Blossom on Hibiscus Coast


BYLINE: Bronwyn Fourie

DURBAN: It's official, KwaZulu-Natal has its first nudist beach. Yesterday the Hibiscus Coast Municipality granted an application by the KwaZulu-Natal Naturist Association to declare a 500m portion of Mpenjati Beach, near the Blue Flag Trafalgar Beach, nudist-friendly.

The south coast municipality has also "relaxed" the by-laws which prohibit nudity on its beaches.

The decision was made by the council after months of research and consultations with residents and other stakeholders, and comes despite vociferous opposition.

Opposing arguments were made by hundreds of local residents and thousands living in the surrounding rural areas. Some included that a nudist beach would attract perverts and rapists and encourage crime against nudists, while others said people should only walk around nude in their own homes.

However, municipal spokesman Simon Soboyiso said the council found that the opposition was not based on "objective facts" but, rather, on beliefs and social orientation.

"The application tested the resoluteness of the municipality in practising the sections of our constitution which say that no one should be discriminated against. …

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