If you are here, that means you want to help save the environment!

It means you want to make a difference by purchasing an eco-friendly product that won’t harm the environment! 

It means you want to make a change!

Eco-Friendly Products

Our products are all eco-friendly! Some are made from recycled materials, for example recycled paper (our notebooks & pens), recyled plastic bottles (backpacks and pencil cases) and used coffee beans (our fire-lighters)!
We believe strongly in eliminating single-use plastic from our daily lives and we feel that these products will help us all move in the right direction!

Start today by making just ONE positive change!

Help make a Difference

I run regular beach cleanups and volunteers are always needed!

Bags and gloves are provided (bring reusable gloves if possible).

Nothing like a quick clean-up to get your day started the right way!  Do Good…  Feel Good!

Follow our Facebook page @Save a Fishie to see when the next cleanup is OR Whatsapp me on 0842335677 to be added to our notice group.

Let's Clean Up

#saveafishie   #beachcleanup   #leaveonlyfootprints   #nomoreplastic   #ecofriendly   #bamboo   #recycle   #saveouroceans   #saveourseas   #biostraws   #biofuel   #banthebag    #NoPlanetB

Contact us

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me via one of these methods:

Email :

Address :

Bothasig, Western Cape, 7441

Help me. Help the environment. Save a Fishie!


Upcoming Cleanups:

5 June - 10am - Milnerton Lagoon (meet by Wang Thai)

12 June - 10am - Milnerto Lagoon (meet by Wang Thai).

Current projects

From 27 June to 4 July I will be attending the Eden Festival of Action where, during this eco camp, we will be planting about 5000 trees, learning about permaculture, bee-keeping, eco-bricking and I will also be running a beach cleanup of course! If you would like to purchase a tree to be planted on your behalf or in memory of a loved one, be sure to email me (before 15 June) on info@saveafishie.co.za. Each tree costs only R120! 



With the support of Cape Town Environmental Education Trust (CTEET) and the Table Mountain Fund I have been running beach cleanups with schools. (ending on 31 May) With their support I was able to purchase reusable gloves, waders, gum boots, refreshments for learners and games for post-cleanup fun on the beach! It has been a huge success and thanks to these learners, we have collected a whopping 213 kilograms of litter off the beach and lagoon at Milnerton!