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On the 28th October 2017 our rescue volunteers received and blessed their new Yamaha WaveRunner 'Film Industry Fund Rescuer One' which will be based at Monwabisi and manned by NSRI Strandfontein.We were joined by the film industry, Alderman JP Smith, the City, lifeguards and the community. We are ready for the season and we are working together to keep people safe.Together is better. Rudi and Marna Riek Mhetheleli Mdoda (Monwabisi Lifeguards), Vaughn Seconds (NSRI Strandfontein) and Lubabalo Balintulo (Strandfontein Lifeguards) NSRI Strandfontein Station Commander, Vaughn Seconds Alderman JP Smith NSRI Head of Drowning Prevention, Andrew Ingram Rudi Riek of the Film Industry Fund explains that each time a film company shoots on municipal land, they contribute to the fund with the idea of giving back to the people of Cape Town. They chose NSRI as their charity of choice. Marna names the Yamaha WaveRunner May God bless her and all who sail on her Image: NSRI Strandfontein/Sam Rorwana
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