Saturday, 25 July. Fishing vessel saved from sinking

Willem Lubbe, NSRI Yzerfontein station commander, said: At 08h36, Saturday, 25 July, NSRI Yzerfontein duty crew were activated following reports of a local fishing vessel with 10 crew onboard taking water 9 nautical miles off-shore of Yzerfontein. Our NSRI Yzerfontein duty crew responded to our sea rescue base and our sea rescue craft Rotary Onwards was


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MANDELA MONTH: AFTER 24 YEARS IN SERVICE, NSRI IS A FAMILY AFFAIR FOR DURBAN SHORE CONTROLLER PAM

67-year-old Pam St Clair-Laing, Shore Controller at NSRI Station 5, Durban

To mark Mandela Month, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is celebrating the contributions of their volunteers, of which seven are 67 years old, including Pam St Clair-Laing, Shore Controller at Durban’s Station 5, one of the organisation’s unsung heroes who are in the background supporting the crew as they do their incredible life-saving work.


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MANDELA MONTH: COMMITTED TO SERVING OTHERS IN MANDELA MONTH AND BEYOND

Bruce Morgan, 67-year-old volunteer from NSRI Station 8, Hout Bay

Founded in 1967, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) volunteers live Madiba’s principles every minute of every day in service of South African communities, saving lives on South African waters. In Mandela Month, the organisation is celebrating the contributions of their 67-year-old volunteers. Hout Bay resident Bruce Morgan has been the NSRI’s Station Eight’s duty


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MANDELA MONTH: TABLE BAY NSRI DEPUTY STATION COMMANDER HAS BEEN SAVING LIVES FOR ALMOST 50 YEARS

CAPTION: Patrick Van Eyssen, 67-year-old Deputy Station Commander at NSRI Station 3, Table Bay

To mark Mandela Month, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is celebrating the contributions of their volunteers, of which seven are 67 years old, including Patrick Van Eyssen, deputy station commander and skipper Coxswain for the 12 metre class 1 Rescue boat ‘Spirit of Vodacom’ based at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. Van Eyssen joined


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