Appeals by NSRI for caution and an SA Weather Services alert. Fatal drowning – East London. 2 kayakers abandoned their kayak to swim ashore – Oyster Bay:

NSRI are appealing to coastal bathers to only swim at beaches protected by lifeguards. NSRI are appealing to parents and caregivers to ensure that while their children are swimming they have responsible adult supervisors that are not distracted and are dedicated to supervising the children while they are in the water swimming. A shark warning


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Water Safety Radio Ad Campaign 2019

Thank you once again to Ogilvy Ad Agency,  especially to Creative Director Mike Martin,  Group Account Director, Julian Hendrikse and their creative team for producing these really awesome radio spots to promote Sea Rescue’s message of Water Safety this festive season. Drowning is Fast and Silent: Afrikaans Drowning is Fast and Silent: English Drowning is


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Sea Rescue Water Safety:

Andrew Ingram, Sea Rescue Prevention Services spokesman, said: Sea Rescue’s national water safety team of instructors have again smashed records, this year teaching water safety to over 570 000 children in South Africa. Our nineteen, full-time professional water safety instructors visit schools from Soweto to Khayelitsha and from Ceres to Port St Johns, teaching children


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Vacancy: Sea Rescue Water Safety Instructor : Mthatha

NSRI has taught 2 million children how to be safe around water. In this picture, NSRI's Nicole Anthoney teaching children to have a P.L.A.N. Pic: Deborah Rossouw, for NSRI

We are expanding our schools water safety program and have a vacancy for a water safety instructor who will work a half day in the Mthatha area, teaching water safety. Applicants should be open to the possibility of a full day position, with the potential addition of a half day survival swimming instructor position being


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