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RESCUE SWIMMERS  | Published: 9 January 2020

Fatal Drowning - Port Elizabeth

On Wednesday Evening, 8th January 2020, NSRI Station 6 - Port Elizabeth launched to assist four swimmers who were reportedly caught in a rip current at Wells Estate Beach. Jonathan Tufts, NSRI Port Elizabeth deputy station commander, said:At 18h36, Wednesday ...

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RESCUE SWIMMERS  | Published: 20 December 2019

Fatal drowning - Oyster Bay

A Swedish Woman allegedly drowned on Thursday after reportedly being swept out to sea by a rip current in Oyster Bay. Volunteers from STATION 15 - Mossel Bay responded to the call. Andre Fraser, NSRI Mossel Bay station commander, said:At ...

Flotation Buoy Plett incident 1219
RESCUE SWIMMERS  | Published: 18 December 2019

NSRI volunteers busier than ever as festive season picks up

NSRI volunteers are busier than ever as the festive season picks up. With increased numbers visiting beaches across the country, more people are needing the NSRI's assistance. Volunteers from STATION 3 - Table Bay, STATION 14 - Plettenberg Bay and ...

18 spirit of brenda
RESCUE SWIMMERS  | Published: 14 December 2019

Long weekend callouts - NSRI Volunteers respond to four separate incidents

NSRI WATER SAFETY APPEAL:NSRI appeal to the bathers to only swim at beaches protected by lifeguards, in between the posted flags and only swim during the lifeguard beach stand-by times.NSRI are appealing to boaters and paddlers of craft launching to ...

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RESCUE SWIMMERS  | Published: 23 November 2019

Cederberg rescue swimmers

The class of 2019 Cederberg NSRI Rescue Swimmers and beach patrol officers are almost finished an intensive Sea Rescue Swimmer boot camp at Clanwilliam. The course which has been run at Clanwilliam by Sea Rescue trainers is funded by the ...

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