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We would like to welcome Isabel Mchunu and Siya Mlenze to our Sea Rescue family. Isabel will be teaching water safety to children at schools in Richards Bay and Siya will be based in East London. We have taught over 1,4 million children how to be safe around water, how to safely help a friend, who to call for help and how to do HandsOn CPR. We now have 16 instructors who visit schools across the country from Soweto to Khayelitsha and Port St Johns to Ceres.We also welcome Bradley Ross (who was deputy Station Commander at Station 26 Kommetjie and has relocated to the northern suburbs of Cape Town) and Roy Thomas (who was rescue crew at Station 10 Simon's Town and has relocated to Johannesburg). They join our Fundraising and Marketing team and they will represent us at events and give talks as guest speakers to clubs, schools, retirement villages or at company functions. Both come with a wealth of knowledge and experience as well as a whole bag of great stories. They are both self employed entrepreneurs and will be joining us in half day posts.
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