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Liza Rossouw and Alison Smith visited SAMSA (South African Maritime Safety Authority) in Pretoria today and presented them with their Platinum Partner certificate for 2018.'SAMSA with its focus on ensuring safety of life and property in the marine domain is proud to join hands with the NSRI who is a key partner when it comes to the saving of lives of those in peril at the sea. The truly professional conduct of the NSRI teams around the country in support of the goal of saving lives is outstanding. SAMSA is proud to be associated with these proudly South African men and women who volunteer their time, and put their lives on hold to help others.'
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