Zululand Observer demonstrates the dangers of sudden drop in seabed level..

Demonstrating the dangers of the sudden drop in seabed level at T-jetty is Ray Harris PHOTO: Dave Savides

The Zululand Observer recently posted an article demonstrating the dangers of a sudden drop in Seabed level in response to recent drownings in Richards Bay. The depth of the water at some places, including T-jetty, is deceptive as the seabed suddenly drops away underfoot. Click on link below to read more.  WATCH: Richards Bay drowning

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Meet the volunteer: Mncedisi Hlalatu, Station 19 (Richards Bay)

Mncedisi Hlalatu in the North Coast radio studio talking about Pink Rescue Buoys and water safety

42-year-old sailing instructor and father of seven Mncedisi ‘Tata’ Hlalatu became an NSRI volunteer nearly a year ago. And in early 2020, he joined the drowning-prevention team as a water-safety educator for the Richards Bay area. I started volunteering at Station 19 in August 2019. I became interested after a one-day boat-safety training exercise organised

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