Lifeguards off duty at beaches

KOUGA Municipality would like to advise residents and visitors that the official beach season has come to a close.

“This means that there are no longer lifeguards or shark spotters on duty at places such as Seal Point beach in Cape St Francis,” said Community Services Portfolio Councillor Daniel Benson.

Anyone who enters the ocean at this time does so at own risk. The sea is unpredictable and must always be treated with caution,” he advised. He said lifeguards would still be on duty at Dolphin Beach for the duration of the Blue Flag season, which comes to an end on April 30.

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