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Shark Spotters stand down

The City of Cape Town would like to inform beachgoers and residents that the Shark Spotters’ team will attend an advanced safety training course today (Thursday 4 July).

The spotters will not be on duty at any of the City’s beaches for the day, but its operations will resume tomorrow (Friday 5 July).

The City is committed to ensuring safer beach-going experiences for visitors – the reason for the advanced training of employees of the Shark Spotters Programme.

The City has approved the request by the Shark Spotters Programme to suspend its operations for the day, as it believes enhancing its safety skills is to the betterment of the service, and will benefit visitors to the Western Cape coastline.

The beaches that will be affected today are The Caves at Kogel Bay, Fish Hoek, St James, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg. Residents who plan to visit the beach today are encouraged to be vigilant and take the necessary safety precautions.

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