Cycle Duo Call You To Help Shark Spotters

Cycle Duo Call You To Help Shark Spotters

Boland surfers KERNEELS BRUMMER and JOUBERT STEYN, with their trusty tandem bicycle, are calling on you to sponsor them in the Argus cycle race this Sunday, with the proceeds going to the Shark Spotters. The intrepid duo, who have been doing the race for the past five years, have chosen the Shark Spotters as their chosen charity this year. In their own words “It’s a tour, not a race and our...

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SHARKSPOTTERS COMEDY FUNDRAISER – 4 MARCH – SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

FOLLOWING THE SOLD OUT SUCCESS OF LAST YEAR, THE SHARK SPOTTER COMEDY FUNDRAISER RETURNS ON FRIDAY 4 MARCH, 7pm @ FISH HOEK HIGH SCHOOL!MARK SAMPSON AND NIK RABINOWITZ ARE BACK! ALONG WITH UPCOMING ARTISTS LEO LETAPIE AND VAN DIE BLOKKE!PLEASE SUPPORT US AND DON’T MISS OUT! BOOKING IS...

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Beach goers cautioned of increased white shark activity in False Bay

The City of Cape Town and the Shark Spotting Programme would like to inform beach goers of increased white shark activity in the False Bay area and are appealing to all water users to be extra vigilant at this time. Shark Spotters have today recorded five sightings in total, at Muizenberg, St. James and Fish Hoek. Law Enforcement also reported a sighting at Macassar Beach and another...

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High White Shark Activity in False Bay

The City of Cape Town and the Shark Spotting Programme would like to make water users aware of the current high white shark activity in the inshore area of False Bay, particularly in the Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and Clovelly area. Yesterday, the 29 November, Shark Spotters recorded 5 sightings at Fish Hoek and 6 at Muizenberg, and this morning there has already been 2 sightings at Fish Hoek. For...

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Recycling life: Dead whale a giant magnet for sharks

On the 9 September 2010 a dead ~ 11 meter Brydes whale (Balaenoptera edeni) was located by Chris Fallows of Apex Expeditions drifting towards the shore at Partridge Point, near Simonstown, where it would’ve created a ~ 10 ton ‘clean-up’ problem for Cape Town authorities, particularly in that rocky shore area where access by removal teams would’ve been limited. Additionally, from previous...

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