Picture: Supplied/Nsri Mossel Bay - The National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) in Mossel Bay said on Monday that it had recovered the body of an unidentified young woman following an alert from the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA).
Photo: Nsri website CAPE TOWN - A 31-year-old woman drowned in the sea off Mnandi Beach on the False Bay coastline in Cape Town early on Sunday morning, the National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) said.
CAPE TOWN - The National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) says a woman has drowned at Mnandi Beach in Mitchells Plain.
CAPE TOWN - The National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) has urged beachgoers around the coastline to be extra cautious during the current peak of the full moon spring tide.
"From just after 20:15 Nsri received multiple reports of a suspected flare sighting from multiple locations around the greater Cape Peninsula," the Nsri said in a statement.
File photo: Nsri Cape Town – A British tourist was rescued after being swept out to sea by rip currents between 200m and 300m offshore at Kleinmond Main Beach.
File photo: Nsri Cape Town – An American tourist’s decision to swim further out to sea after rough waves had swept her from the rocks in Gordon’s Bay on Sunday may have saved her life.
According to the National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri), the 61-year-old went into cardiac arrest after surfacing from the dive.
Mayor Nigel Gawthrope, 61, was on a dive charter boat on Friday when the alarm was raised on his condition, National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) commander Kevin Fourie said on Sunday.
It was confirmed on Friday by The National Sea Rescue Institute (Nsri) that the 61-year-old had passed away after suffering from a heart attack shortly after resurfacing.