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In the year 2017, NSRI Expenses as reported in our Integrated Annual Report were R124 185 270.During that period NSRI raised R138 756 898 of which R10 526 040 (just shy of 10%) came from Government and State Owned Enterprises.
Government Department / State Owned Enterprise2017 Funds Project
Airports Company South AfricaR3 124 850Platinum Partners. Investment in Sea Rescue as part ofInternational Aviation law regarding a rescue service forcoastal airports (King Shaka International, East London,Port Elizabeth, George and Cape Town International)
National Lotteries CommissionClick here to see history of Lotto fundingR2 669 241Rigid Inflatable Boat for Station 15 Mossel BayPPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for 6 BasesHandheld RadiosTractor for Station 20 Shelly BeachRescue vehicle for Station 11 Port AlfredRescue vehicle for Station 34 Yzerfontein
Department of TransportR2 316 000SASAR commitment
Transnet National Ports AuthorityR1 560 6826 x Water Safety Instructors in our schools programme
Western Cape Disaster ManagementR414 000Support for the Provincial Drowning Prevention Strategy.PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for Western CapeATV (All Terrain Vehicle) for Station 18 Melkbosstrand
Nelson Mandela Bay MunicipalityR350 000Refit of the Station 6 Port Elizabeth 10m Rescue boat
Swartland MunicipalityR30 000Support for Station 34 Yzerfontein
Mossel Bay MunicipalityR20 000Support for Station 15 Mossel Bay
Hessequa MunicipalityR15 467PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)Drowning Prevention (Pink Rescue Buoys)
Ndlambe MunicipalityR10 000Token of appreciation to Station 11 Port Alfred
Cape Agulhas MunicipalityR10 000Drowning Prevention (Pink Rescue Buoys)
Ray Nkonyeni MunicipalityR4 600PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for Station 20 Shelly Beach & Station 32 Port Edward
Drakenstein MunicipalityR1 200Water Safety lessons
TOTALR10 526 040
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