City prepares for busy summer season with deployment of lifeguards

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Part of the duties of lifeguards is to conduct observations and spot potential hazards before they become life threatening. That’s the word of Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill Lewis who said that the City’s Recreation and Parks Department had begun the deployment of 600 lifeguards to swimming pools and beaches across the metro. Hill Lewis is further calling on residents to work together with lifeguards to ensure that everyone is safe this festive season.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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New signage to installed on Atlantic Road Muizenberg this Sunday

The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate will install overhead signs on Atlantic Road on either side of the railway bridge in Muizenberg on Sunday. This will require a stop-go arrangement for the duration of the works. The installation of the signage is planned to take place between 6am till midday to limit the impact on road users. Traffic flow will be restored to normal as soon as the […]

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